Every year, my family and I pile into the car and drive to a neighboring town that’s known in the area for their over-the-top Christmas decorations. From a bustling Santa’s Workshop in someone’s front yard, complete with animatronic elves, to a home with a 3-story Christmas tree twinkling through its windows, each home is its own winter wonderland and really gets us in the Christmas spirit!
While it would be amazing to have a massive Christmas tree every year, I know I don’t have the space to store all of the ornaments, lights, ribbons and bows that go along with something like that. Luckily, The Bradford Exchange offers a stunning selection of Christmas trees for every space, so it’s easy to create a festive home that shares the warmth and wonder of the season in unforgettable style.
Scroll down to see my top Christmas tree picks based on size, and please let me know your favorites in the comments below!
Full-Size Christmas Trees
I love these two artificial Christmas trees because they’re a breeze to set up in a snap. They assemble in 3 easy steps, are pre-lit with more than 200 clear mini-lights and pre-decorated with 46 non-breakable ornaments. Plus, once you’re ready to put it all away, they collapse down to a mere 5-inches deep for super easy storage. Done and done!
Tabletop Christmas Trees
Tabletop Christmas trees are a perfect way to spruce up any living space. It’s a great option for apartment dwellers like myself, dorm rooms, or anywhere you’d like to add a festive touch.
Christmas wreaths do the jolly job just as well as full-size Christmas trees and tabletop trees, without taking up the space! They look fantastic on any doorway or wall and even light up to set the season aglow. Looking for that extra something? The songbird wreath I’ve listed as #7 plays a medley of 8 Christmas songs!
I hope you liked my top picks! If something from my list caught your eye, don’t wait to discover all of the Christmas decor available at The Bradford Exchange Online. What kind of Christmas tree do you normally have every year? Do you have one or multiple? I’d love to know in the comments. Thanks for reading and please share this post!Christmas Trees: Which Size is Right for You? by Beth Simon