Dagmar Obert | Balsam Hill Design Consultant

Balsam Hill’s 12 Bloggers of Christmas Decorating Campaign

In our tradition of bringing readers the most inspiring holiday decorating ideas, Balsam Hill presents this year’s 12 Bloggers of Christmas.

Now on its second year, the series will feature 12 of our most wonderful home and lifestyle bloggers across the country, unveiling their Christmas tree decorating themes this season.

12 Bloggers of Christmas 2014

A dear friend of Balsam Hill – and fellow lover of great design – Jennifer Rizzo has gathered together all our bloggers participating in this year’s campaign. Jen also recently opened her home to us for Holiday House Walk 2014, a week of Christmas decorating with friends.

Now, Balsam Hill is launching the 12 Bloggers of Christmas campaign, with many thanks to Jen. I’ll be starting the celebration with a sneak peek of my own Christmas display. The series will continue with in-depth interviews with our fellow bloggers, who will be featured on the Balsam Hill blog all throughout the week. Then, Jen will reveal a delightful gift to all of you to cap off the celebration.

Stay tuned for the many surprises we have in store for you! We begin with my own tree decoration using the Noel burgundy and gold from Balsam Hill.

My Balsam Hill Tree

For my signature look this year, I’ve decided to decorate my California Baby Redwood using the elegant and regal Gold and Burgundy theme.

I used the Gold Embossed Burgundy Velvet and Burgundy Dupioni ribbons and the Noel Ornaments, which were easy to place evenly on the tree. What I like about the ornament set is that they come with a visual content list, so it’s easy to plan how to place them.

For added texture and dimension, I also used the amber crystal ornaments as fillers and assorted picks and sprays to add sparkle and bring out the elegance of my décor theme. I supplemented with some gold ornaments that I already have and they are stored in one box so they were easy to locate.

Balsam Hill’s 12 Bloggers of Christmas

With all the little hints I’ve given about my own tree, I can’t wait to see what each of our friends has come up with! I’m excited to feature them on the Balsam Hill blog and inspire our dear readers to develop their own style for the holiday season. Be sure to visit their blogs on the following dates:

Mon, Dec 8th Jessica from www.fourgenerationsoneroof.com
  Lucy from www.craftberrybush.com
Tues, Dec 9th Kristen from www.ellaclaireinspired.com
  Jennifer fromhttp://dearlillieblog.blogspot.com/
Wed, Dec 10th Melaine from www.mysweetsavannah.blogspot.com
  Liz from www.lizmarieblog.com
Thurs, Dec 11th Sarah from www.theyellowcapecod.com
  Jamie from www.somuchbetterwithage.com
Fri, Dec 12th Kelly from www.eclecticallyvintage.com
  Courtney from www.frenchcountrycottage.net
Sat, Dec 13th Vanessa from www.atthepicketfence.com
  Jen from www.jenniferrizzo.com

On Dec. 14, come back to Jen’s blog for another surprise from Balsam Hill. Jen will be hosting a giveaway for all avid readers and all lovely holiday decorating enthusiasts out there.

About the Author
Dagmar Obert is a designer with over two decades of experience transforming homes into spaces that reflect comfort and elegance. Her sophisticated style emanates from her love of color, forms, and textures. From her choice of fabric to her selection of accent pieces, Dagmar pulls together the look of a room to deliver a statement of class. Surrounded by family and friends, Dagmar takes delight in turning her own home into a venue where wonderful occasions are made more memorable. Her how-to guides and inspiration articles on decorating and entertaining provide readers with unique ways to create the perfect setting for life’s cherished moments.

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