10 Tips for Creating an Elegant, All-White Christmas Tree

Designer Casey Noble adds sophisticated, tone-on-tone style for the holidays with a Christmas tree covered in shades of white.

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Tulle is a decorator's secret for adding fullness to a Christmas tree. To do this effectively, purchase approximately three yards of tulle, cut into eight-inch squares, then stuff each square into any visible gaps between the branches. In addition to adding fullness, the tulle will also introduce texture.

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