When it comes to dressing up and prepping for the holidays, nobody does it quite like celebrities.
Our favorite stars are getting in the Christmas spirit in a bid to lighten the quarantine mood by sharing their gorgeous and luxurious decorations at home.
From Kim Chiu's "Tree of Hope" to Bea Alonzo's sustainable trees, prepare to be blown away by some of the most glamorous Christmas installations this year.
Who would've thought that dehydrated fruits and dried flowers work well on the tree? Check out Bea Alonzo's not one, not two, but three Christmas trees!
In her vlog, Alonzo shared that her theme for 2021 is romance. "Kasi I've had such a romantic year and I want to carry it over to Christmas," she said.
Event stylist Gideon Hermosa helped her decorate her home and added unique touches such as dehydrated oranges and stacks of DIY velvet boxes.
Pauleen Luna-Sotto & Vic Sotto
Pauleen Luna-Sotto and Vic Sotto went for a kitsch tree, adorned with stuffed toys and flowers.
Nothing says Christmas like green and gold. The Kramer family shared a video decorating their home for the holidays, which included gold ornaments, twig springs, flowers, and ribbons.
Dennis Trillo & Jennylyn Mercado
With the help of Gideon Hermosa, newly weds Jennylyn Mercado and Dennis Trillo set up their all-green Christmas tree. They even have similar velvet boxes as Bea Alonzo's!
The bigger, the better! Jinkee Pacquiao went for an enormous Christmas tree, which has a blue and silver motif.
Zsa Zsa Padilla
Zsa Zsa Padilla has kept things classic with a traditional green and red theme. Here she is posing with her kids Karylle and Coco with the 12-foot tree in the background, complete with gold and green balls, and red and plaid bows.
Karen Davila has gone for a more classy, muted color scheme, with white, cream and hints of metallic gold decor.
Ruffa Gutierrez enlisted a team of professionals to transform her house ahead of the festive season. The actress shared a look at her amazing all-white Polar bear-themed tree with blue lights on Instagram designed by Eventique Manila.
You can always count on Kim Chiu to pull out all the stops with her Christmas decorations. From last year's red, white, and silver theme, Chiu went for an all-white theme because she misses travelling and wants to experience white Christmas at home.
Plus, according to her, "white is the color of hope."
"There is always hope in our pocket. So lagi lang natin yan bubunutin sa mga bulsa natin, yung pag-asa. Dahil sabi nga 'never lose hope. It may not be a good day today, but tomorrow, or next week or next month will be a better day,'" the actress said in her vlog.
What's Mariel Rodriguez-Padilla's favorite part of her house? We're guessing her living area where her three Christmas trees are because she's been posing in front of it a lot! The trees are beautifully-decorated with white trimmings, bird houses, white polar bears, and a few reindeer models.