Color is one of the best ways to express yourself. Treetopia colorful Christmas trees come in a spectrum of hues, including traditional green. Find one (or more) to suit your unique style and decorate for the holidays your way.

Decorated colorful Christmas trees by Treetopia in a living room featuring rainbow, white, and pink Christmas trees

Also, they come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and unique features to make decorating more fun and set-up a breeze. With so many options at your fingertips, it can be challenging to decide what tree is best for you. This blog post lists everything you need to consider.

1. Start with Hue: Choose a Tree Color That Suits Your Personality

Begin with your unique personality and sense of style. Picture the color that makes you happiest or puts you in a party mood. Also, consider the occasion and theme you want to pull off. Need help deciding? Here’s a sneak peek at the artificial Christmas tree colors Treetopia offers.

Green and colorful Christmas trees infographic featuring Treetopia's lush vibrant trees

Browse the complete collection to see all the Christmas tree hues and patterns.

Tip: Still can’t decide which tree color suits you best? Take our Colorful Tree Finder Quiz to find your match!

Banner for Treetopia's Colorful Tree Quiz

Aside from the holidays, an artificial Christmas tree can be used for other occasions. So, make sure you choose one that holds up with constant use for years to come. Keep reading to discover what else you need to consider.

2. Select According to Christmas Tree Shape and Size

So you’ve made your color choice. What’s next on the list? Identify the tree silhouette and height that best fits your designated space. Here’s a visual guide of Christmas tree shapes and sizes:

Christmas tree shapes and sizes infographic featuring green and colorful trees by Treetopia

When it comes to Christmas tree shapes, full and tall trees are ideal for big rooms with high ceilings. Slim or pencil trees are great for compact spaces like apartments. For smaller areas like dorm rooms, opt for a flatback tree that gives the illusion of a full one but takes up half the space. There’s also a corner tree that fits into nooks. It’s a quarter of a slim tree. Or, consider the quirky upside-down tree for more floor space.

For Christmas tree heights, consider the average-sized 6 to 7.5 feet trees for standard rooms. Trees that are 8 feet and up work for large or open spaces. On the other hand, if you’re looking for a tabletop Christmas tree, consider one that has a height of 4 feet.

Tip: For more information, read these blog posts on choosing Christmas tree shapes and heights.

3. Pick According to What Tree Features Suit Your Needs

Treetopia trees put the “fun” in functional. Beyond the basics, Treetopia colorful Christmas trees have innovative lighting and assembly features. To start, they have fully hinged branches for easy assembly. Unlike standard hooked branches, you don’t need to attach them individually. Simply drop each branch carefully to avoid snagging the lights. Once done, you can start fluffing and shaping your tree pretty, as Mark LaFerney of Slumbering Alligator demonstrates in this video:

Color Blast Artificial Christmas Trees

Feast your eyes on a kaleidoscope of colors with our Color Blast technology. Enjoy LED light shows by choosing from 10 pre-sets or create your own with the remote control.

4. Select According to Needle & Light Type

Deck your halls with a colorful Christmas centerpiece. A variety of light types add dazzle while numerous branch tips give Treetopia trees a lush profile. Whether decorated or not, they are showstoppers in your true colors.

Top section of a pre-lit black Christmas tree by Treetopia with ornaments in various finishes
Tuxedo Black Christmas Tree
Top section of a candy cane patterned Christmas tree by Treetopia with ornaments in red and white
Candy Cane Christmas Tree
Top section of a pre-lit traditional Christmas tree by Treetopia with a pencil shape and ornaments in different shades of green
Mia Pencil Christmas Tree
Color Burst Rainbow, Skim Milk, and Pretty in Pink Christmas Tree

Not Your Ordinary Christmas Tree

Treetopia trees are known for their vibrant foliage. Realistic green trees feature a mix of PE needles and PVC needles, while classic trees are made from 100% PVC. On the other hand, colorful artificial Christmas trees are crafted with PVC needles or shiny tinsel. Did we mention that they come with stands in complementary colors?

Infographic showing the foliage and other tree features of Treetopia Christmas trees

Tip: Read the guide on How to Set Up a Christmas Tree for tips on assembly. Also, watch the video tutorial on How to Fluff or Shape an Artificial Christmas Tree to its full potential.

Christmas Tree Lights Designed for Your Convenience

Want a pre-lit artificial Christmas tree? Aside from incandescent and LED lights, consider colorful Christmas trees with multicolor bulbs or the Color Blast technology.

Infographic showing the brilliant light features of Treetopia Christmas trees

5. Compare Your Options

Browse similar items in other shops and find out what makes our trees a cut above the rest. Curious how Treetopia compares with other big box stores? Lifestyle and home décor vlogger, Leslie Joanna gives an honest review of a 7.5-foot Treetopia Tuxedo Black Christmas Tree with clear LED lights. 

Leslie compared it to a similar Michaels Christmas tree. Watch her weigh in on the branch quality, fullness, lights, and ease of setup of each in this video. She also reviews how they look straight from the box and when fully fluffed.

When comparing a Treetopia Christmas tree with options from other big box stores, ask yourself which one suits your budget. Equally important is determining which one gives you better value for money overall. Often overlooked factors are good warranty coverage and customer service. Make sure to do your research on these, too.

6. Find Out What Others Think

Treetopia takes pride in being a trusted brand. Read actual customer reviews, such as the one below, to know what you can expect.

white Christmas tree in a white kitchen
Whisper White Cashmere Tree

This tree is so beautiful and just perfect for the space I intended it for. I purchased the 6 foot tree as I didn’t want a huge tree for my kitchen and the size was exactly what I had in mind. It’s difficult to buy a white tree and I have had several through the years. I have to say I think this is my favourite.

Garlandy from Ontario, Canada

Wondering how else you might have heard of Treetopia? You may have seen the colorful Christmas trees in the news, such as Good Morning America, The Tonight Show, HGTV Celebrity Homes, Martha Stewart Living, and more!

Wendy Williams Set featuring Treetopia
The Doctors Set Featuring Treetopia
The Doctors Set
The Real set featuring Treetopia 2016

Here’s hoping this post helps you make an informed decision on what Treetopia Christmas tree is right for you. If so, share it with friends and family who need advice, too. 

May Christmas and all your holidays throughout the year be unique, colorful, and meaningful!

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    • Treetopia Reply

      Thanks for your interest, Kathleen. We’d love to help you get your favorite Treetopia Christmas tree. Please call us at 877-SO-TREETOPIA (877-768-7338) from Monday through Friday 6:00 am – 6:00 pm PST for assistance. We look forward to hearing from you!

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