They say no other country celebrates Christmas as we do in the Philippines. And if your Christmas decors are any indication, you know that this is the truth. Some families start putting up their Christmas trees as early as September. If you’re planning to get yours soon, we’ve got you covered!
Finding the best Christmas tree for your home is an important decision to make, as this signals the start of the festivities and holiday cheer. Surprisingly, looking for the best one for your space may not be as easy as it looks. Whether you are dreaming of a White Christmas or prefer a traditional one, we’ve rounded up the 10 best Christmas trees you can buy online.
Are you ready to have a holly, jolly Christmas? Here are the 10 best Christmas trees that will definitely be the highlight of your home this holiday season.
**Prices may vary depending on the website and their campaign period**
|Height||8 ft, 10 ft|
|Height||4 ft, 5 ft, 6 ft, 7 ft|
|Color||Green and White|
|Material||PET, Iron, Polypropylene|
|Height||5 ft, 6 ft, 7 ft, 8 ft, 10 ft|
|Height||1.7 ft, 2.3 ft, 2.6 ft|
|Color||Natural Wood, American Walnut, Mahogany, Natural-Mahogany Mix, Natural-Walnut Mix|
Gold Christmas Tree
Christmas Tree Pine Needle
Snow Christmas Tree
Pink Artificial Snow Christmas Tree
White Christmas Tree
Glittered Berries Tabletop Christmas Tree
Cedar Pine Tree With Metal Stand
Tiffany Blue Christmas Tree Set
Hanging Wooden Rustic Christmas Tree
Affordable Tree for Your Spacious Home
Have a Golden Christmas With This Tree
Just Like Spending Christmas in the Mountains
Have the White Christmas of Your Dreams
Make Your Holidays Look Pretty in Pink
A Plush, Frosted Douglas Fir Christmas Tree
Elegant Centerpiece to Spread the Christmas Cheer
A Towering Tree That’ll Help You Make Timeless Memories With the Family
Make Your Home Stand Out With This Pastel-Colored Tree
A Christmas Tree for Small Spaces
|Price Starts at||₱1,599||₱8,000||₱4,000||₱650||₱950||₱2,100||₱2,164.75||₱6,200||₱1,399||₱349|
|Height||7 ft||8 ft, 10 ft||6 ft||4 ft, 5 ft, 6 ft, 7 ft||5 ft||5 ft, 6 ft, 7 ft, 8 ft, 10 ft||1.7 ft, 2.3 ft, 2.6 ft||8 ft||5 ft||2 ft|
|Color||Green||Gold||Green||Green and White||Pink||White||Metallic Gold||Green||Tiffany Blue||Natural Wood, American Walnut, Mahogany, Natural-Mahogany Mix, Natural-Walnut Mix|
|Material||PVC||Plastic, Metal||Plastic, Metal||Plastic, Metal||PET, Iron, Polypropylene||Plastic, Metal||Not Specified||PVC||PVC||Wood|
Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree, how lovely are thy branches! If you are at a loss as to how you can find the best one for the holidays, we are here to help you with our buying guide. Below are some considerations you should take note of before purchasing your tree.
The first thing you should consider when purchasing a Christmas tree is its size. Measure the height of the room from floor to ceiling and give provision for a stand if you wish to have more space for your gifts at the bottom. Trees come in standard heights that make it easier for you to choose which one best fits your space.
Tabletop trees are ideal for small spaces. These are trees that are under 6 feet high. If you live in a small apartment or condominium, look for one that is about 6 to 6.5 feet in height. On the other hand, if you live in an average-sized home, a 7-footer tree would be your best bet.
If you have a large home with high ceilings, then you can choose from a 9-foot tree or higher. Also, consider the length of the topper that you will put on the tree. Give an allowance of at least 6 inches between the top of the tree and your ceiling.
Christmas trees come in different shapes, and this determines how much room they will take up inside your home. If you plan on putting up the tree in a spacious area, you can go for a full tree that is wide.
If you have limited space for the tree, it is best to choose a slimmer version. Do you plan on putting it up against the wall? Flatback trees are also available to save on space.
As you visualize how you'd like to decorate your Christmas tree, think about the branches where you will be hanging them. There are some trees that have full branches, which could work well with minimal decorations. If you want to pile up on the decorations, consider getting a tree with sparse branches that you can fill with all the trimmings your heart desires.
Traditional Christmas trees are often green in color, however, there are a lot of different shades that you can choose from. There are dark green trees that look warm and inviting, and lighter green shades that look more joyful.
If you want to bring White Christmas to your tropical home, opt for a white Christmas tree. Going for a certain color theme? There are trees that come in pink, blue, purple, and more! You can definitely go all out with the color of your choice.
There are two common materials used for making Christmas trees, which are PE or Polyethylene and PVC or Polyvinyl chloride. PE trees look realistic as they are injection-molded to mimic the appearance of evergreen needles. Meanwhile, PVC trees are the more affordable alternative to PEs.
The latter has flat limbs that need to be shaped after you take them out of storage to give them a fuller look. However, there are also Christmas trees that are made from a combination of the two materials, which give them more dimension.
Do you want your tree to look like it was decorated by a professional? Here are some tips from Michelle O’Malley that can help you achieve that Pinterest-worthy Christmas tree!
Soak up the holiday spirit and spread the love and joy to your family and friends with these Christmas-themed items. If you are feeling more like a Grinch this year, check out these products that can cheer you up!
Get into the Christmas spirit by putting up your tree! Having this decor will surely put your family in a festive mood. As the season of joy and love is upon us, there are many reasons to celebrate and be merry. But of course, more than the ornaments and trimmings, as Jose Mari Chan reminds us every year, Christmas should always be in our hearts. Happy holidays!
Author: Laura Mercado
Editor: Aprille Jarcia
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