The artificial Christmas tree has come a long way in recent years, and gone are the days of patchy pines and sparse branches! 2022’s designs come in varying guises: frosted, gold-tipped and charmingly asymmetrical for a more realistic silhouette. Here are some of our favourites...

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If you prefer a real tree, read our top tips on choosing and buying the perfect tree.


Best artificial Christmas trees


Frosted fancy

Snowy Virginia Pine Artificial Christmas Tree

To create a Narnia feel, opt for a tree that looks as though it’s been dusted in snow.

Buy Snowy Virginia Pine Artificial Christmas Tree from White Stores (£139.99)

No festive front door should be without a wreath. Florist Yolly has used dried hydrangea heads and dried hops and mixed them with fir and berries. The subtle addition of a bauble, a robin and some glittery leaf decorations keeps it natural and adds a bit of fun.

Small but mighty

Potted Sparkle Porch Christmas Tree

If you can't fit a 6 foot tree in your living room, opt for a smaller tabletop tree to retain that festive spirit.

Buy Potted Sparkle Porch Christmas Tree from The Range (£29.99)


All that glitters

Champagne Sparkle Christmas Tree

With its sparkly branches, this 6ft beauty is perfect for opulent, maximalist interiors.

Buy Champagne Sparkle Christmas Tree from Littlewoods (£71.99)


Keeping it real

Weymouth Spruce Tree

The Weymouth Spruce is designed to mirror nature – with spacious gaps between branches and an organic, more realistic silhouette.

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Buy The Weymouth Spruce from Balsam Hill (from £519)

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