And so far, none of the guests at the three Christmas parties they hold each season has had a mishap.
The men said their friends think they're crazy, but they love to come and look at their holiday display.
Fuller and McGlone started decorating the Monday before Thanksgiving, and finished two weeks later. They first set up all the artificial trees, then lug the ornaments out of storage and sort them according to each tree.
The birds, feathers, bird nests and houses, feather balls, red apples and gold pinecones go on the nature trees.
The gold violins, saxophones, harps, horns and other musical instruments are assigned to the foyer's music tree along with the copper-colored bulbs.
The blue poinsettias, blue jays, several red cardinals and blue and silver balls belong on the white tree in the blue bedroom.
Many of the dining room's fall-themed items don't have to be taken out of storage. Used for fall decorations, they are just reused on the two trees, with the addition of frosted fruits -- grapes, apples, pears, pomegranates -- and vegetables -- gourds and pumpkins. Peacock ornaments and feathers embellish the tall, narrow trees.
Both men said it's not the joy of decorating but rather their love of celebrating Christmas that motivates them to turn their home into a seasonal showcase.
"When we take it all down, the house seems just dull and plain," said Fuller. "We like seeing people's faces when they see the beauty."
The men shop for ornaments all year, continually adding to their collection. They especially like The Christmas Place and Dollywood, both in Pigeon Forge, Tenn.
Fuller has put his creative talents to a new endeavor. He has opened The Boxwood Cupboard, an upholstery, drapery and alterations shop, in H&M Designs in South Charleston.
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