The artificial Christmas tree has come a long way with the passage of time, thanks to the technological advancement of manufacturing crafts. These wonderful recreations of woodland splendor are very different in a whole lot of ways than Christmas trees in the previous times. Truth be told, a company that manufactured brushes took to fabricating the very first artificial Christmas tree. Now, things have changed. There is no lack of materials that decorates a modern day Christmas tree, today.
Artificial trees in comparison to real trees are far more suitable. Not just that they do not even punch a hole in your pocket. You will never run short of variety while fishing for your own artificial Christmas tree. They come in a wide range of colors and species and not to mention the different lights adorning them. And the best part is that once the artificial Christmas tree has played its part you can disassemble and store it for the next year.
Finding out what your Christmas tree is made up of is vital, especially on safety issues. A Christmas tree with plastic needles is something you will want to do away with choking hazards on part of your pets or children. And what about the trees that have ornaments fixed to it? They are still better off than otherwise because children do have natural knack of pulling them off to say the least.
How about buying advantages out of a pre-lit Christmas tree. In the late 1970's the first pre-lit Christmas trees came to the front. They had a base that turn around, which gave the impression of light dancing by the side of the branches of the tree. You can still avail this kind of retro color wheels if you are so into it. There is altogether a different scenario with the modern pre-lit Christmas trees that are either made of fiber optics or with customary Christmas light bulbs. Both the above-mentioned lightings are simply stunning while the latter also comes at an affordable price.
White Christmas trees are a throwback to the 70's and they come with fiber optic lighting and not to mention pre decorations with colorful Christmas balls. Another option that lies with you is the very popular fire resistant tinsel trees. When it comes to ordering a Christmas tree, place your order as early as 6 weeks before the Christmas season.
Artificial Christmas trees are gaining popularity everyday. These trees are not only soaked in a spectrum of colors but also come in materials like PVC, vinyl and tinsel. The younger generation prefers the slender artificial trees bathed in wild colors. Speaking of the trendy colors, the ones that come to mind are the red and white. And there is nothing like the pine scent of a fresh cut tree. With it your artificial Christmas tree will truly come alive.
As you look into the evolution of the artificial Christmas tree you will notice a mesmerizing kaleidoscope of colors, patterns, shapes and textures.