Artificial Christmas trees come in many shapes and sizes. From full and traditional to slim and narrow, they serve as the perfect canvas to showcase your creativity. Treetopia offers an extensive collection of green and colorful artificial trees to choose from. We assist you in making the selection process easier with this helpful foliage guide. Read on to find out which among the four types suit your personal decorating style.
Whether bright and festive or warm and inviting, lights can set the tone for your décor and give your Christmas tree a brilliant finishing touch. However, with all the jargon and acronyms associated with modern holiday lighting, how do you know which pre-lit tree or wreath to add to your cart? Get to know the different types of Christmas lights with this lighting guide from Treetopia.
Christmas tree shopping is a great experience for most homeowners looking to get their first tree or replace an old one. However, with all the new technology that accompanies a modern artificial tree, it can confuse the best of us. We’re here to make sure you get something amazing out of your shopping, virtual or otherwise, with this Treetopia Christmas Tree Buying Guide.
The main benefit of owning an artificial Christmas tree is how long it lasts compared to a real one. It’s also one way of protecting Mama Nature. After buying one, here’s something to keep top of mind. It can become dull or discolored without the proper Christmas tree care. This includes protecting it from stains and harmful UV rays.
The main benefit of an artificial Christmas tree is it lasts you for years on end. How long depends on how well you maintain it, and this means keeping it spotless. As a rule of thumb, clean your tree before decorating or storing it. It will take some effort but believe us when we say it’s worth it.
Proper cleaning keeps your tree’s foliage looking bright. This is especially important for colorful ones. We prepared a step-by-step guide on how to clean an artificial Christmas tree. To make things easier, decorating and DIY pro Jennifer Perkins walks you through the process with her video.