Trio of Peacock Themed DecorationsI finished decorating the living room Christmas tree weeks ago. But, it wasn’t until today that I found time to share my collection of peacock ornaments.
This is my third (and final!) post about Christmas decorating with a peacock theme, including; Peacock Ornaments Decorate Chandelier at Christmas and Decorating for Christmas with a Peacock Theme.
The peacock ornaments hanging from the dining room chandelier tend to be balls, and some are quite large. They also tend to be in sets of two, four or six matching designs for balance around the light fixture.
Those peacock ornaments on the artificial living room tree tend to be more unique and detailed. Other peacock and bird embellishments adorn the tree, including; ribbon, garland, floral picks, clip-on birds, and feather sprays. Come see!
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Building a Peacock Ornaments Collection
Quite a number of my favorite peacock ornaments were purchased at Macys as part of their Holiday Lane collections. For several years in a row, they had a peacock themed tree on display in stores.
Here’s one of my more recent additions.
I took advantage of a 75% pre-Christmas sales, combined with $10 off coupons (when you spend $25 or more). That allowed me to purchase $16-$22 peacock ornaments for as little as $4 to $5 each.
I love the unusual shape of the disk-shaped ornaments, and that they have a second peacock design on the reverse side.
Splitting Collection Between Tree & Chandelier
In Peacock Ornaments Decorate Chandelier at Christmas, I shared many peacock ornaments that no longer fit on the slim, living room tree.
Large balls, velvet covered balls and teardrops, and single, bottom-hanging ornament all came from Macys.
This large, teardrop-shaped ornament previously hung among the balls on the dining room light fixture.
Picking a Favorite is Hard to Do
This next ornament was so beautiful, I purchased a number as gifts for family and friends — all who know that I have a passion for peacocks. I love how the peacock head is perched on top, with the ball painted like tail feathers.
In the picture below you can also see the gold filigree garland with jewel-toned gems. The garland was a Pier 1 find.
The next couple of peacock ornaments likely came from Home Goods, TJ Maxx and/or Marshalls. These were finds that I just came upon while shopping. How could I pass them by?
Every time I’m about to tell you this is my very favorite peacock ornament, I come across another one I love! Maybe it’s just that I have so many, that I can’t see the forest (ornament) from the tree?
Yes, definitely…this is my absolute favorite peacock ornament! Isn’t Santa and the peacock he’s holding exquisite?
Embellishments Enhance Christmas Peacock Theme
Also tucked into the branches of the artificial tree are numerous variations of peacock feathers, floral sprays, ribbon and garland. There are also quite a number of clip-on peacocks, sitting atop the branches.
I don’t have the nicest artificial tree. And, it’s a giant pain to set up and take down. All the branches are separate, and color-coded by size. But, the tree’s height and slim size works really well with only a 7 1/2 foot ceiling, and being tucked up next to the grand piano. The peacock themed embellishments definitely help amp up the beautification factor of the tree.
It’s been hard to find a 7 1/2 foot, slim, pre-lit tree I liked that didn’t cost the national debt. But, I have my eye on one that’s flocked. We’ll see if it’s still available during the post-Christmas clearance sale.
Update: I did not purchase the flocked tree. Not only was it out-of-stock, but hubby wasn’t wild about the flocking. We did purchase a new tree this season from Hobby Lobby. It’s pre-lite and a breeze to set-up. Most important, it’s beautiful and was reasonably priced! I love the three different types of branches mixed throughout. The rest of the pictures depict our old tree.
Most of the these peacock-themed embellishments came from local floral shops, boutiques and Pier 1.
Below you can see two different peacock feather sprays near the vintage angel at the top of the tree. See, Decorate with Vintage Christmas Treasures for other ornaments that adorn the same tree.
Decking the Halls with Peacocks
In Decorating for Christmas with a Peacock Theme, you can view other ways I’ve incorporated peacock decor into holiday decorations. In the mirror’s reflection, you can also see the tree positioned next to the piano.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my peacock ornaments show ‘n tell. Which is your favorite?
I’ve got to get back to more cookie baking and gift wrapping! So much to do and so little time, right?
Hubby and I went to Quebec City in Canada as our gift to each other. It was magical and very romantic. See the trio of posts at Christmas Card from Old Quebec City, Stroll Lower Quebec City During the Holidays and Embrace the Season in Upper Quebec City.
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