It is always a personal choice what kind of Christmas tree to have for the holidays – a real tree or an artificial one. People turn to the latter option ones for various reasons – allergies of kids, less maintenance and of course nature protection and preservation. And there you are – faced to the challenge to find the best artificial Christmas tree for your home. There are, however, a few things you need to consider before spending money on an artificial tree.
Finding the best artificial Christmas tree
Once you decide that the best artificial Christmas tree for you, you need to know in which room you will place it. Artificial trees come in various colours, heights and sizes and this is something to take into consideration. Is it going to be a second tree for a guest room or a bedroom, is ti going to be placed along a specific wall, window or other kind of furniture. Most of artificial tees are designed to resemble real ones,and of course there are some designed to fill a different decorating need. The convenience of an artificial tree is indisputable. Each one is neatly packed and once unpacked it is a simple task to put it together. Most artificial trees are flame retardant and therefore safer for home and commercial installations but put a note to check the manufacturer’s label.
Which one is the best artificial Christmas tree
Artificial trees may be labelled as full, slim, or pencil. Their height varies from tabletop size up to about 3 meters. To ensure that you buy the best for your home, measure the spot where you plan to display it and leave enough room to move around it to decorate. A few words on prelit Christmas trees – they look really great but you cannot change the colour or the size of the lights from year to year. You might be facing a real challenge if you tried to swap a burned-out light. Some trees are dusted with snow – flocked trees – or glitter or have natural-looking elements, such as pine cones and berries but you should remember that these items cannot be removed. Usually artificial trees are manufactured with two types of branches – permanently affixed that are easier to set up and hook-in branches which are individually hooked into a spot on the central tree pole. Finally, you will choose the best artificial Christmas tree as per your needs – whether one resembling a real one or one made of feathers or tinsel. And of course, you have the colour option if you decided to go that way – pink, blue, red – it is all there for you.
A blue prelit
Small size with cones and decoration
Brighton Fir prelit tree
in red is also an option
coloured in copper
Liberty pine prelit, dusted and decorated with cones