Better Homes & Gardens
Although the tradition of feather trees began in Germany more than a century ago, these playful pieces look right at home in a modern setting.
In addition to their small scale, the wide spacing between branches on a feather tree are ideally suited to displays of ornaments, like these vintage Shiny Brites arranged by Eclectically Vintage.
White feather trees—a popular color choice since these holiday decorations were first sold in the US—continue to attract attention today.
Happier Than a Pig
Many homeowners use feather trees throughout the year, displaying Easter eggs, Halloween decorations, and more. This one exhibits a definite patriotic flair with its red-white-and-blue ornaments.
A great source of feathers for all manner of craft and fashion projects, Feather Place also offers an exotic twist on the feather tree: a design that incorporates peacock feathers.
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