What are the Different Types of Christmas Trees?

Oct 25, 13 What are the Different Types of Christmas Trees?

 

Perhaps your tree is looking a lot like the one from A Charlie Brown Christmas. Maybe you’re tired of lugging in that live tree year after year and tired of constantly sweeping up pine needles. Maybe you’re tired of refilling the water when your cats decide the Christmas tree’s water is better than their actual water.  Whatever the reason, we’ve got all types of artificial Christmas trees that are sure to make spirits bright for many holidays to come.

Unlit and Pre-lit Christmas Trees: These types of trees are the staple of Christmas decorating, and offered in many different sizes, diameters, and variations.  Worried about an unevenly lit tree? Then check out our wide selection of pre-lit Christmas trees. Since pre-lit trees come with either warm white or multi-color lights, they don’t really give you the option to switch up the lights year to year. If you’re looking for that freedom, then look into our unlit Christmas trees.

Barcana Flocked Silver Tip 81-204-080-01

Barcana 81-204-080-01

Flocked and Frosted Christmas Trees: For those of you with mild winters, you know that snow is a rare occurrence. With that in mind, create your own white Christmas with our flocked and frosted trees. The branches of these trees are frosted and covered in “snow”, giving the trees a wintery look just like the outdoors. Coming in unlit and pre-lit options, these trees will bring that special Christmas feel to your home year after year.

Upside Down Christmas Trees: Yes, we have upside down Christmas trees. Just like the name suggests, these trees are, well, upside down, and come in a few different varieties. From chandelier trees to  corner quarter trees, if you’re looking for a new spin on Christmas, these trees give you just that.

Sterling 6015-75BL

Sterling 6015-75BL

Palm and Tinsel Christmas Trees: These Christmas trees take “untraditional” to a whole new level. Feel like having a tropical holiday? Our pre-lit palm Christmas trees are sure to add island flair. While our palm Christmas trees will transform your living room into an island escape, our pre-lit tinsel trees will give you a more flamboyant Christmas. Made from the same material as PVC tinsel, we’ve got the colors you need for your holiday décor.

Half and Quarter Christmas Trees: Tight on space? Is accidentally knocking off ornaments from your Christmas tree getting old? Then our half trees may just be for you. Never heard of a half tree before? It’s designed to save space by lining up flush against the wall, while still giving you a tree to decorate and enjoy. The same applies for our corner trees. These tress specifically fit in the corner of a room, giving you more operating space, but still giving you a Christmas tree to enjoy.

 

What kind of tree are you planning to use this holiday season? Tell us in the comments below, or drop us a line on Twitter, Facebook, or Google Plus!

 

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Jordan Loa

Jordan is a copywriter at 1000Bulbs.com. Check back often for new entries in his "Light Post" series of happenings in the world of lighting.

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  1. James Redd /

    Im always loving a flocked down swept tree… One day Id like to see one with more irregular short and long branches as if were just cut carried in like in the older movies or the Christmas mm commercial but artificial pre-lit and flocked but in a 4.5 to a 7.5 and of course a good price…. Thanks

    • Jordan Loa /

      Thanks for the comment, James! We too agree that we’d like to see a tree with branches that are longer and shorter and a tree like that would be superb! We appreciate you reading what we have to say. Have a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

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