Rooted in Nature: 5 Ways to Decorate with Tree Branches

5 Ways to Decorate with Tree Branches5 Ways to Decorate with Tree BranchesWith Earth Day right around the corner, now's the time to add a natural element to your decor. Tree branches are the perfect material - easy to find and replace, while also making a big impact. Instead of heading to the craft store, take a nature walk and find fallen branches in good condition. Then bring nature into your decor with these 5 tree branch decor ideas.

Branch ChandelierBranch Chandelier1. Branch Chandelier With just a few simple lamp parts, you can turn a hanging branch into a chandelier. You don't even need to alter the wood - just glue the sockets and then wire them.
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Framed Art Framed Art 2. Framed Art This simple project packs a punch. Revamp an old frame with spray paint, then adhere branches to the back with a staple gun. Prop it on your mantle for the ultimate in natural home decor.
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Clothes Rack Clothes Rack 3. Clothes Rack Hang your clothes easily and naturally with a painted, heavy branch, metal wire, and hooks to anchor the wire into the ceiling. Your closet will look like a boutique.
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Jewelry Tree Jewelry Tree 4. Jewelry Tree This branch was painted and anchored to a wooden base to make it the perfect jewelry display. The delicate structure really showcases earrings and necklaces.
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Twig Table Twig Table 5. Twig Table It looks like this entire table is made from branches, but it's actually made of a regular base with wood circles and cut branches glued on the side.
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- By Amy Anderson
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