Christmas Trees Bring Holiday Enchantment to Your Home
There is no denying it. Christmas 2020 will be one for the record book. Perhaps you will be the one setting the records with an award for the Best Dressed Home on the Block. Our selection of unique Christmas decorations can help get you started. Of course, one of the standout "stars" of Christmas decorating, and certainly one that gets a lot of attention, is the Christmas tree.
With December 25 fast approaching, we have a wonderful selection of Christmas trees to usher comfort and joy into your festive abode. We might even have something that's a perfect fit for your holiday home! We offer pre-lit, pre-decorated trees that "pull up" to an enchanting 6-feet-tall presentation in minutes, and we also have tabletop trees as well, providing an ideal complement.
Plus, our Christmas trees celebrate the season by showcasing a wealth of diverse themes, interests and styles - both traditional and contemporary. From your favorite Disney or PEANUTS characters, to heartwarming depictions of Christmas past from the Painter of Light™, Thomas Kinkade, there are many to choose from. And wait until you see our magical tree toppers, designed specially to provide the finishing touch to your masterpiece.
We hope you are delighted with our selection of Christmas trees and Christmas ornaments. And remember, you can still visit us for the best in
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) About Christmas Trees
Pre-lit means that your Christmas tree includes lights, and that when your tree arrives, it will be strung with those lights and ready to plug into an electrical outlet.
Pull-up Christmas trees are fully expandable and collapsible so they can be stored flat. To prepare them for display, they are pulled up from a flat position, extending vertically and locking into place for a sturdy and secure presentation all in just a few minutes.
Most people would agree that stringing the lights is the best first step in decorating a Christmas tree. This is your "baseline". Once the lights are in place, you have the creative freedom to add the rest of the decorations without worrying how the lights will fit in.
While many people have developed their own method and routine for decorating the Christmas tree, the easiest way to start is with the lights. Once you have strung the lights, the tinsel can be hung next, followed by the ornaments. Finally, the tree topper and any base decorations like tree skirts, Nativity scenes, villages or trains.