Best Christmas Trees
Since Victorian times Christmas wouldn’t be the same without a tree and, to get over the problem of needle drop and positioning away from radiators, realistic artificial Christmas trees have become enormously popular throughout the UK.
Cheap and highly authentic artificial Christmas trees convincingly replicate pine, fir and spruce trees, they are beautifully shaped with superb colour and soft needles. Most are available with a stand and are made from flame-retardant materials.
At 6ft or 7ft in height, the Snowy Alaskan Fir with two-tone green branches is a fine example, as is the frost-covered Grandis Fir and the terrifically popular Brunswick Fir. Usually, in a choice of lifelike sizes, their hinged branches are easily adjusted and then lights and decorations can be attached to create a wonderful looking tree.
There are several other contemporary alternatives to a traditional tree that also benefit from modern materials and technology. Fibre Optic Christmas Trees are perhaps the most stunning with a mass of light-filled strands that produce a fantastic multi-coloured display.
A Pop-Up Christmas Tree couldn’t be easier to set up, pre-decorated with lights and decorations, it can be displayed in no time at all. There are also Premier Pre-lit trees that are already fitted with masses of LEDs and, in some cases, decorations as well.
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Best Twig Trees
Particularly popular in contemporary surroundings, Twig Trees can be displayed outdoors to welcome visitors with sparkling light along the tracery of their branches, or inside your home as a focal point for your celebrations.
Whether you choose a white twig tree or another more colourful version, there’s no doubt that the effect that they have is visually exceptionally striking, making the most of LEDs that glint like intense stars against a filigree backdrop.
Some twig trees reference real species such as willow and cherry, and there’s a variety of heights and styles from which to choose. For indoor use on a table, you may prefer a colourful bonsai while a 6ft white twig tree will look fabulous outdoors.
Twig Trees, especially at Christmas time, can create a very special atmosphere in both your house and garden. They possess a ghostly star-studded appearance, an exceptionally striking presence in your garden, and an indoor twig tree with lights is equally effective if your home values contemporary elegance.
With slim stems and delicate branches, twig trees can reference willows and cherry trees featuring their world-famous blossom, they can glisten with white LEDs or be filled with colour. Depending on which one you choose, the lights can be static or multi-action to further increase the impact they make on their surroundings.
Bonsai sized trees are available together with others that stretch over 8ft tall. The smaller ones make terrific tabletop decorations, either introducing colourful light into a dark recess or acting as a dining table centrepiece. There’s even a Birch twig tree grove that is a marvellous sight, not only at Christmas but all year round.
Working off the mains, transformers are supplied with each tree as well as a stand. As a result, all our twig trees are pretty much ready to go from the box in which they are delivered. LEDs are remarkably bright but at the same time very energy efficient, so there’s no need to be concerned about your electricity bill.