The "tanenbaums" of Linderhof . . . through the years from 2008 to 2010 . . . I'll post this year's tree later in the week.
The Christmas tree is very important both to Husband Jim and myself. They're the focal point of the Christmas decorating and take center stage. They're a labor of love and Husband Jim's theory is the bigger the better! (But then he was Christmas tree challenged as a child -- his parents had an "aluminum Charley Brown kind of a tree")
Being German (and living at Linderhof) Christmas decorations should be about the tree!!! They are, after all, the ones who started the Christmas tree and Queen Victorian embraced it when her German husband brought the tradition with him to England.
It's Sunday and I'm joining Chari at Happy to Design for Sunday Favorites and The Tablescaper for Seasonal Sunday.
|Lighted with big bulbs, our collection of ornaments and shimmery tinsel|
|The tree takes pride of place in our living room.|
|It's always on when we're home, we love to look at the cheerful colored lights.|
It was a step down memory lane to see three years of Christmas trees.