Christmas trees come in different forms and sizes. Some are very very tall, Some are very wide. While others are tiny and stout. There are different colors to choose from and some even come pre-lit. With the different types of natural pine trees to choose from to the different shapes and materials artificial trees are made of, sometimes it can be overwhelming.
For most, saying the words “choosing a Christmas Tree” is easy. It’s the actual “choosing” that is hard. The moment you walk into the store or go to a natural pine tree retail location, you are confronted with the question “which one”.
Here are a few tips on how to pick your Christmas tree:
Location – The location where the tree will be placed. Find a location that is accessible for everyone to see. After all, the Christmas tree is there for everyone to see.
Size – Yes. It does matter. Figuring out how small or big the Christmas tree should be greatly considered when making plans in purchasing a new tree. This greatly depends on the area with which you want your Christmas tree will be. How tall and how wide the tree would be depends on the area you want the tree to be located. Ask yourself a these questions: Do you prefer a table top Christmas tree instead? How high is the ceiling? How much space will the tree take?
Natural vs. Artificial – this is a matter of preference.
Although pine trees give off a nice scent, consider the following before you
purchase a natural Christmas pine trees
Maintenance. You would need to care for the tree. Make sure the base is nice and moist.
Ask the vendor of the tree if they have their own drop off spot where people can drop off their dried and/or wilted trees. when the Natural trees need a little bit of maintenance.
Convenience. Who’s going to deliver the tree to your house and how to bring the tree back to the vendor.
Artificial trees come in different forms, sizes and texture. They can make the ordinary extraordinary.
Pre-lit or Unlit – Purchasing a pre-lit artificial tree of course saves you time and money, compared to having to find your own lights that will coordinate your décor. There are also pros and cons to be considered. The good thing about unlit trees is that you get to choose the color of the lights that go on your tree .
Storage – A – if you were to purchase an artificial Christmas tree, where will you store the tree?
This year, I have given a list of places as to where you can purchase blue artificial trees while last year I have suggested having a chic tree by buying a black Christmas tree for the chic and fashionable folks out there.