One woman loves her Christmas tree so much that she didn’t take it down for the whole of last year and redecorated it for every holiday.
Nadia Colucci works as an estate agent and she posted pictures of all seven “Christmas” trees she had on display last year on her website North Compass Realty.
Describing her festive decorations through 2019, she wrote: “There is something about seeing a big, dazzling, lit up pine tree with an abundance of beautiful decorations that fills my heart and makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.”
“Each festive tree brought laughter, creativity, cheer and lots of memorable conversation starters.”
Nadia redecorated her tree for Valentine’s Day, St Patrick’s Day, and many more! Along with putting presents under the tree, she bought a box of Lucky Charms for the St Patrick’s holiday before replacing them with chocolate eggs for Easter.
She ended her year on a high and chose a white-and-gold themed Christmas tree for actual Christmas and covered it in feathers and glittery leaves.
On Instagram, she wrote: “I don’t know about you guys, but Christmas trees are one of my favorite parts of the holiday season! I have always loved decorating my Christmas tree and of course shopping for all of the special ornaments.”
”There is something about seeing a big, dazzling, lit up pine tree with an abundance of beautiful decorations that fills my heart and makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
(Cheesy but true!)”
“Last year (2018) was my first official Christmas in my new house. When January rolled around, I went to take my beautiful Christmas tree down and I was immediately sad. My house felt way too empty! I couldn’t imagine that corner without my tree and I couldn’t figure out what I wanted to put in its place yet as I was still decorating my new house.
”It was a little depressing and I thought to myself, “Screw it, why can’t I just leave it up? Maybe I’ll just decorate it for every holiday throughout the year!” (Luckily, I have a fake tree) So I did it! And it turned out to be such a fun and creative outlet for me.
It allowed me to display my expressive side in a way I don’t normally get to share.Each festive tree brought laughter, creativity, cheer and lots of memorable conversation starters. ”
“Not only has 2019 been a TREE-mendous year in business, health, and all of the other important things in life, but I have had a TREE-mendous time getting to share my imagination with you all.
I have loved all of the feedback and it always made it even more fun to share the next tree.
S.– I’ve decided to make that area a bar (something that will also bring me lots of joy) and will still allow room for my tree in December 2020!”
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