I've always loved orange,
but I'm not so sure it would be my first choice for my Christmas tree.
Some folks think differently.
For example, here's a Christmas tree decked out in orange and purple
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Not so bad. Purple and orange has got a jazzy, happy quality anyway.
And this one is orange and chartreuse:
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The orange and green combination looks so great for Halloween
and Thanksgiving, but somehow, it clashes with Christmas.
But really, there are no words to describe this:
This one is more of a burnished orange,
and I appreciate its coppery undertones:
I would say that this one,
with its toned down orange motif, has a certain charm:
Earlier, I said there were no words
for the orange-orange tree in front of the blue curtains (pictured above);
however, I hadn't yet seen this next photo.
But I'd like to amend my original analysis
and say that there are truly there no words for this instead:
White, blue, pink, teal, yellow, and orange Christmas trees.
What's next? Chocolate? black?
Well, you never know what you'll find
when you visit the Still Waters blog this month.
It's a colorful world, after all.