It’s officially October which means it’s practically almost Christmas! Jokes aside… If you’re planning to get a new Christmas tree for the upcoming holiday season then now is the time to do it! Stock and shipping times are unexpected these days so if you want to have it up and decorated for the season, this is your window. While I love the smell and charm of a real tree, I’m not a fan of the mess. And so we typically go faux (are you even surprised??) For your convenience we rounded up a bunch of artificial Christmas trees, some traditional, some flocked, some tall, and some tabletop!
Year after year, this Christmas tree is a fan favorite. I’m so glad because year after year, it’s also my favorite. I love how realistic and sparse it looks – like a little Charlie Brown tree. It looked so charming in our bonus room tied in bows with the choo-choo train below. Over the years it has lived with us in three homes and I hope we have it for years to come.
Christmas 2020 it sat proudly in the formal dining room and I’m still not over it.
And of course for Christmas 2018 it was the main tree in our cozy living room. Here’s a round-up of traditional artificial Christmas trees I think you’ll love, including some pre-lit!
1. 7.5′ Green Spruce $259 (this is the one we have and love)
2. 8′ Nobles Fir $263
3. 6′ Pre-Lit Faux Potted Cedar $299
4. 7′ Silvertip Fir $368
5. 7.5′ Green Fir $409
6. 7.5′ Pre-Lit Fraiser Grande $471
7. 9′ Pre-Lit Hemlock $699
8. 7.5′ Pre-Lit Balsam Fir $699
9. 9′ Pre-Lit Norway Spruce $900
Years ago we did a round-up of flocked Christmas trees that you all loved, and I just think there’s nothing more wintery than a flocked tree. You can definitely DIY the flocked look yourself (though it can be super messy) OR you can get one of these stunners.
1. 6.5′ Pre-Lit Flocked Fraser Fir $169
2. 7.5′ Pre-Lit Flocked Pine $323
3. 7.5′ Pre-Lit Fraser Fir $363
4. 7.5′ Pre-Lit Frosted Pine $384
5. 7.5′ Pre-Lit Snowy Sierra Spruce $416
6. 7′ Snowy Norway Spruce $598
7. 7.5′ Pre-Lit Flocked Christmas Tree $799
8. 9′ Pre-Lit Snowy Pine Tree $800
9. 7.5′ Pre-Lit Flocked Vermont Spruce $999
If you have an opened up entry or living room with two-story ceilings then you might need an extra tall tree! This twelve foot tree we originally got for our Modern Cottage home and it was lovely. I realized last year it felt a little too large in person so I’m ordering a slightly shorter tree. Maybe a 10-footer will be better.
Here’s Christmas trees over 10-feet tall.
1. 10′ Dunhill Fir $562
2. 11′ Pre-Lit Flocked Pine $659
3. 10′ Pre-Lit Full Christmas Tree $683
4. 14′ Pre-Lit Kingswood Fir Pencil Tree $737
5. 12′ Green Realistic Tree $1049
6. 12′ Vickerman Tree $1199
7. 14′ Dunhill Fir Slim $1259
8. 10′ Snowcrest $1999
9. 15′ Green Pine $2449
Lastly, but certainly not least we have some cutie tabletop trees. You can put a small Christmas tree on a table, a bench, a dresser, or a front porch – like we did in the Modern Cottage last year.
I think these little guys are cute plain, strung with lights, or even decorated with a few small ornaments. However you like! Here’s a bunch at every price point (#7 is what we had on our front porch).
1. Flocked Rattan Potted Tree $19
2. Douglas Fir Potted Tree $20
3. Flocked Glittered Balsam Fir $35
4. Pre-Lit Pine Tree in Basket $59
5. Wee Tree Kids Tabletop Christmas Tree $69
6. Pre-Lit Norway Potted Tree $158
7. 4′ Pre-Lit Pine $249
8. Pre-Lit Pine $69
9. Pre-Lit Hemplock Pine $199
Don’t worry, we still have more fall content ahead of us, but what sorts of Christmasy content are you hoping to see from us this year?
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