Christmas Decorating, Christmas 2018, Modern Farmhouse Christmas Tree. 2018 Christmas with The Robeson's. TRADITIONAL Christmas Tree 2018: https://youtu.be/TaWPHSG0SwI
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Join Rebecca Robeson for Christmas 2018 as she decorates her Living Room with a Modern Farmhouse style tree.
Directed and Produced by Robeson Design Inc.
Videography by Matthew Moran
Editing by Dorian Tucker
Royalty free music by Epidemic Sound
Absolutely love all the trees. I bought a “bigger tree skirt” what a difference that alone made, I also put the larger bulbs around the bottom, medium in middle and small at top what a big difference that made. Thank you 🙏🏻
For all you do.
Omg. All the ornaments are stunning. I am also going for a farmhouse style this year. However I am going to use more reds along with the new farmhouse ornaments I picked. Do you have a video on how to put ribbon on the tree?
I know Shelley. My trees take me a minimum of 2 days and thats with a helper! This year I did 7 trees, so having Matt help me was a God-Send! Good luck to you this year. I'm sure it will look beautiful and magical! Cheers, RR
My mother and I are fans. She asked me to find the ornament spinners that are used in so many of Rebecca's Christmas designs, I purchased a set off 3 off amazon and needless to say that did not work out well. Please tell me the manufacturer that Robeson design uses so I can buy her quality spinners, I appreciate your help.
Rebecca!! Be still my heart...this is my very favorite Robeson tree of all time 🤗. I 💚 the dimension, the farmhouse style, the twigs, the different greens. THANK YOU sooo much for such beautiful inspiration 💚💚💚
Gorgeous tree! I have done a farmhouse theme the last couple of years but love the hanging terrariums as ornaments. Will be incorporating that into my tree this year. Thanks for sharing and the inspiration!
Oh my goodness, Rebecca this is your BEST tree E-V-E-R! You are my inspiration. Please come to Mexico to dress up my tree! I loved how you tied in the skin tree skirt with those beautiful black chairs. You are a genius.
Greetings from Querétaro, México
Truly wonderful results. I always look forward to your Christmas series. You are evolving every year, this is probably my favorite so far... I have never seen honeysuckle vines, that I even considered. I will be looking for is at my nursery or craft store now. Can't wait to see the other themes you have cooked up. I also, like meeting members from your team. Yours in decorating. dvd
I discovered this channel many years ago and I enjoy coming back and re-watching all ur videos. It always gives me this nice Xmas vibe Thank you so much for all the great ideas and positivity that you share with us. Merry Christmas!
I was telling a friend recently how I miss trees where you could put ornaments rather deep into them, tired of the very full trees where ornaments are placed on the periphery only. And here you are with this gorgeous one!!! where can I find one? I just bought a Balsam Hill 7’ one (for $50.00!) (( Yeay me!!!)) and am getting buyers remorse. I think I will fix the one light string that doesn’t work and find a new home for it, please share where you bought this one, although I’m not keen on the flocking, but in your setting and finished the whole room looks incredibly gorgeous... like everything you put your magic touch to!!!
Hi Rebecca, I love your trees. My ultimate bucket list is to see them in person and to go to the Biltmore Estate in Asheville to see the Christmas decorations. They should get you to help them decorate. I am curious as to where you got the flocked tree, it is beautiful. I lived at Mt Woodson and spent many times shopping at Canterbury Gardens. I always loved to watch them create in the back room and so looked forward to seeing what the fireplace mantle looked like. I bought my first spinners there. Have you ever been to Ralph Jones Display in Las Vegas. They sell all kinds of decorations. Love your sessions. Merry Christmas to you and your entire staff. ❄️❄️❄️🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄
Rebecca, that is so GORGEOUS!!! You took "farmhouse" to the next level. It's breathtakingly refreshing to the eye! I love all your videos....But so look forward to see what you're going to create for the new Christmas season. You & Matt are like a functional comedy team! 🎄❄🎀⛄
Lynne Hardy girl me either.. I’ve been trying endlessly staying up late nights looking. I want pretty much this tree. If you find out where this one comes from or something nice can you please post a link here... :)
Hi Rebecca !!! You are the most original designer I've seen ....I watch every year at all the pieces you made ....and l love them all ...thank you for being so blessed with beauty and brain ...you are an inspiration to us all who loves you 😘😘
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