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These Are the Best Fake Christmas Trees for Your Home

Redbook Logo By Vanessa Powell of Redbook | Slide 1 of 17: The time has come folks. The weather is crisp, the janglers are lining your storefronts, and radio stations (even Spotify) are pushing Mariah Carey’s Christmas hits. With the holidays in the air, naturally it’s time to turn your home into a winter wonderland. That means dusting off holiday decorations that have been stored in the attic for the last eight months and busting out the nutcrackers. But most importantly, it means setting up the perfect Christmas tree for your home.Now, we use the word “perfect” loosely. What is perfect for you may not be to your neighbor. After all, each household is different, and a couple doesn’t need the same size tree as a five-person family. And while we can’t deny the wonderfully festive smell of a real tree, artificial Christmas trees are just plain easier. If you’re wondering who makes the best artificial Christmas trees, you have come to the right place. Whether you’re looking for a fake Christmas tree to skip out on the work and mess of a real one, or you’re seeking one to match your living room décor, this list has you covered.A lovely alternative to the real thing is a festive tree that brings the outside in. The key is to seek “real feel” details that don’t scream synthetic. The good thing about 2020 is that technology is pretty advanced, so you can easily (with our help) find the most realistic looking artificial Christmas tree best suited for your home. Is it better to buy a pre-lit tree? What is the most realistic looking Christmas tree to buy? Where can I find the cheapest Christmas tree? How long does a fake tree last? What is the upkeep like? Ahead, we answer all of your questions, considering size, price, and of course, style. Happy holiday decorating!Pre-Lit Vs Unlit TreesJust like your attitude during the holiday season, all trees should be lit in one way or another. And many artificial Christmas trees these days come with a pre-lit option. Typically, pre-lit options are a bit pricier, but can be worth the investment saving you time, money and the hassle of replacing string lights. For those that like to get creative and change it up every year, we recommend going with a non-lit tree. Artificial Christmas trees should last anywhere from 5 to 10 years when properly cared for and stored away. Some say, non-lit trees last longer because of normal wear and tear on the electric cords, but according to experts, that all depends on the quality of the tree in the first place. Check out the 16 best artificial Christmas trees that look anything but fake.

The time has come folks. The weather is crisp, the janglers are lining your storefronts, and radio stations (even Spotify) are pushing Mariah Carey’s Christmas hits. With the holidays in the air, naturally it’s time to turn your home into a winter wonderland. That means dusting off holiday decorations that have been stored in the attic for the last eight months and busting out the nutcrackers. But most importantly, it means setting up the perfect Christmas tree for your home.

Now, we use the word “perfect” loosely. What is perfect for you may not be to your neighbor. After all, each household is different, and a couple doesn’t need the same size tree as a five-person family. And while we can’t deny the wonderfully festive smell of a real tree, artificial Christmas trees are just plain easier. If you’re wondering who makes the best artificial Christmas trees, you have come to the right place. Whether you’re looking for a fake Christmas tree to skip out on the work and mess of a real one, or you’re seeking one to match your living room décor, this list has you covered.

A lovely alternative to the real thing is a festive tree that brings the outside in. The key is to seek “real feel” details that don’t scream synthetic. The good thing about 2020 is that technology is pretty advanced, so you can easily (with our help) find the most realistic looking artificial Christmas tree best suited for your home. Is it better to buy a pre-lit tree? What is the most realistic looking Christmas tree to buy? Where can I find the cheapest Christmas tree? How long does a fake tree last? What is the upkeep like? Ahead, we answer all of your questions, considering size, price, and of course, style. Happy holiday decorating!

Pre-Lit Vs Unlit Trees

Just like your attitude during the holiday season, all trees should be lit in one way or another. And many artificial Christmas trees these days come with a pre-lit option. Typically, pre-lit options are a bit pricier, but can be worth the investment saving you time, money and the hassle of replacing string lights. For those that like to get creative and change it up every year, we recommend going with a non-lit tree. Artificial Christmas trees should last anywhere from 5 to 10 years when properly cared for and stored away. Some say, non-lit trees last longer because of normal wear and tear on the electric cords, but according to experts, that all depends on the quality of the tree in the first place.

Check out the 16 best artificial Christmas trees that look anything but fake.

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