Please note; This blog has been written without bias towards traditional real Christmas trees- We love all things Christmas!
The choice of style, textures and height for an artificial Christmas tree are more varied than traditional Christmas trees. As Christmas draws closer, the selection of traditional Christmas trees will get less, whereas the choice of artificial trees will remain relatively unchanged the closer Christmas gets. Artificial Christmas trees can offer more options; if you are having some space issues, there are several ways you can still enjoy a fabulous Christmas tree. One of the ways of creating the allusion of a bigger tree is placing the tree on a sturdy table and for rooms that are limited in space, use a thinner or half-wall tree. These slimmer trees are a great alternative, especially for hallways, apartments, or tiny homes. They still look fantastic and will inject some festive spirit into your home.
To make a statement this Christmas and go for a different Christmas tree colour. With an artificial Christmas tree, you can choose from a wide range of colours, including pink, white, black, or gold. You could decorate a smaller coloured tree in your children’s room, which would add a bit of fun and festive spirit, plus it is guaranteed to put a smile on their faces.