As I look out of my studio window, I’m blessed with a picture of nearly bare trees dotted with gold and red leaves, only hanging on to get a last gust to ceremoniously end a second season. I love a tree nude as much as I love one all dressed in green, and if I had the chance to, I would happily live with one right in the center of my home. While many prepare to bring into a tree for your holiday season, take a look at this inspirational roundup of interiors that come ready made.
Kenneth M Wyner Photography Inc
While the approach is practical, the consequence of encasing the trees in glass elevates them to museumworthy objects and makes them seem like treasured sculptures.
This carefully considered inside is a manifestation of the equally considered outside: The greens and browns, natural surfaces and sweeping lines speak to the structure of the shrub.
Alex Amend Photography
This whimsical tree house retreat literally embraces its foundation by including the trunks in the inside structures. The texture of bark is impossible to replicate is intrinsically recognized by almost all of us to however.
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
I love this look. Not completely au naturel, and juxtaposed with the smooth surfaces of the kitchen, this white trunk still appears completely at home.
Gelotte Hommas Architecture
Obviously, if you can not build about one, you can bring some in. Giant trees that are potted include drama and form. They could make even the smallest space feel bigger: That is the secret of Mother Nature!
A tree form is integrated by this staircase into its architecture.
This bare branch carries a more figurative way when adorning this rustic stairwell.
Design Within Reach
Cherry blossoms that are bold are the life of the party within this area that seems to sit in the center of a forest, proving you can never have enough trees.
Carolina Katz + Paula Nuñez
Two elegant kinds: a canopy of leaves along with an ornate crystal chandelier are married by this indoor terrace.
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This room is based on the historical tree a glorious work of art that varies by the afternoon, away from the window. It’s no wonder this is one of the most well-known images on .