The artificial Christmas tree has come a long way in recent years, and gone are the days of patchy pines and sparse branches! 2020’s designs come in varying guises: frosted, gold-tipped and charmingly asymmetrical for a more realistic silhouette. Here are some of our favourites…
With that all-important thick, full shape and a rustic wicker skirt, this 7.5ft beauty is a luxurious option. Noble Pine Artificial Christmas Tree, £119.99, The Outside Living Room. Buy it now.
For a stylish alternative to the evergreen, we love this wooden Christmas tree. Wooden Christmas Tree, £224.61, Etsy. Buy it now.
To create a Narnia feel, opt for a tree that looks as though it’s been dusted in snow. Snowy Virginia Pine Artificial Christmas Tree, £95, White Stores. Buy it now.
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Small but mighty
If you can’t fit a 6 foot tree in your living room, opt for a smaller tabletop tree to retain that festive spirit. Potted Sparkle Porch Christmas Tree, £24.99, The Range. Buy it now.
All that glitters
With its sparkly branches, this 6ft beauty is perfect for opulent, maximalist interiors. Champagne Sparkle Christmas Tree, £89.99, Littlewoods. Buy it now.
Keeping it real
The Weymouth Spruce is designed to mirror nature – with spacious gaps between branches and an organic, more realistic silhouette, from £329, Balsam Hill. Buy it now.
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