CHRISTMAS TREE HUNTING | DECK THE HALLS Pt 1
11 Artificial Christmas Trees to Deck Out Your Holiday Home
Now you don't even have to choose between white or multicolored LED lights this season! The Splendor Spruce provides eight vibrant color options, with seven different display functions — like twinkling or pulsating — for a truly magical look. Plus, you can easily switch up its style, all with a click from the included remote control.
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If allergies keep your household from enjoying a trip to the tree farm, this pinecone-dotted faux option is a great alternative. Its pre-lit feature cuts out the annoyance of stringing lights, and users love its realistic, lush look and easy set-up.
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This option lets you select from a lit or unlit tree, as well as three different heights. Whichever you choose, its stress-free assembly and robust, authentic look make this slim-silhouetted stunner a great pick for any space.
Dress up your family den with this faux fir, featuring a natural unlit style that allows you to change up its look and theme each year. The dense, multitufted branches leave no gaps or spaces in between layers, so it looks even more like the real thing — and with its 2,514 tips, you'll also have ample space to hang ornaments.
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National Tree Co.'s Dunhill Fir is so well-reviewed, we couldn't help but add it to our "nice" list twice! For those who tend to go big with their holiday galas, this snow-white, pre-lit pick is a glamorous tree that's just right for any festive occasion. Fluff it up to its full shape for an impressive statement to a room, and if one of the 750 bulbs goes out, all of the others will still stay lit.
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Consider burned-out light strands to be a headache of Christmas past. The LED bulbs on this imitation tree shine brightly and stay fixed in their place as ornaments are hung,plus the shaggy, Fraser-Fir silhouette makes it look more true-to-life.
For the solo dweller, or for a pair of roommates who are parting ways for the holidays, keep a touch of Christmas cheer in your decor with this baby evergreen. Standing at a 2-foot height that's ideal for the tabletop, it's available in plain or pre-lit form, plugging in to give your living area that warm holiday glow.
Don't let limited floor space prevent your family from enjoying a full-size tree this holiday. This slim artificial fir can be fluffed out to a more full look, while still fitting nicely into narrow areas.
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If you want complete creative control over your Christmas tree, we highly suggest this faux fir from Balsam Hill. Choose between a variety of tree heights, widths, and even your light type (or go for un-lit!), for a more custom fit for your home.
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This tree looks like it just came in from the outdoors — snow and all! The boughs are less hedged than other designs, giving it a more natural look, plus the flocking gives a wonderfully festive backdrop for hanging ornaments and stowing presents. Rest assured — this snow-covered option is shed-free!
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This best-seller comes in two size options – a 7.5-foot for an average-height living room, and a 9-foot option for a grand entryway. An easy three-piece set up and fully tufted boughs give you an authentic look that your family can decorate any which way.
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