We normally display two Christmas trees at our house - one in the living room and other in the family room. One is a pink tinsel tree and the other is traditional. It's been a busy year, so we're trying to keep things simple. This year we decided to display only the pink tree.
In years past, we have decorated the pink tree with newer ornaments in white and silver. This year, we've gone vintage. The four boxes of pink Shiny Brite ornaments are a thrift store find. The rest of the ornaments belonged to my grandmother. The ornaments from my grandmother are probably from the early 50s, maybe earlier. There are a couple of mod 60s ornaments, too. One of the ornaments is unsilvered, which means it is was produced during WWII when there was a shortage of metals. I don't know why there is only one like that in the box. My guess is that the others got broken.We bought this vintage pink tree topper made by Shiny Brite at an antique store.
Here's how the pink tree looks during the day.
At night it gives the entire room a pink glow.