Tips For Choosing Christmas Tree
- Huge sized Christmas trees are meant only for palatial halls with high ceilings. Hence, it would be a wrong choice for you, in case your home is build with very low ceiling. However, if you are decorating the tree outdoors, probably a huge sized one would be the best bet.
- While choosing a tall Christmas tree, make sure that the ceiling and the topmost part of the tree have enough distance in between to allow your special ornament or angel to be placed on top of the tree.
- If you want to reuse your tree for the next couple of years, then go for artificial Christmas trees. Nowadays, artificial trees with long shelf life are available in the stores.
- Sparkling Christmas trees with a magical touch can make your winter decorations look divine and unique. This is the reason why Christmas tree theme is popular in winter parties. You may also use small and decorated Christmas trees as tabletop centerpieces and a big one as the focal point of the room.
- The diameter of the tree can be slender, slim or regular and should be chosen according to the floor area of the room. Christmas tree should not acquire too much space taking up the area for free walking too.
- The tree stand should be able to support the weight of the tree along with decorations, lights and ornaments.
- A real tree will need a stand in which you can keep pouring lukewarm water from time to time, to keep it fresh for a long time.
- Tree with smaller needles and space between the branches will make decorating it easier and ornaments will easily be visible once hung on its branches.
- Trim the Christmas tree well before decorating it and make the boughs parallel to the floor.