Matching an artificial Christmas tree on a real Christmas tree will not make your holiday brighter. As long as you choose a high-quality fir, no one can tell you that you are using fake fir.
In fact, the design of artificial trees has improved a lot over the years, some of which look completely like real things. Now the best is that the trees are fully decorated, overed in snow and pre-lighted by which they look more beautiful and magical.
To make sure you choose the best tree, Rachel Rothman, chief technical expert and engineering director of the Good Housekeeping Institute, said that they are looking for an artificial tree that promotes “real needles” or “realism”. Closer to imitating the appearance of a real Christmas tree.
You can also choose between hinged or hooked branches-the former is permanently fixed (which means you don’t have to fix them separately). Regarding the size, it depends on you, but Rothman does point out that if you want a bigger tree (we are talking about 7 feet, 8 feet, or even 12 feet tall), please make sure you have a metal bracket to fix if it’s sturdy.
Regardless of your style, any of these best fake Christmas trees will sparkle with light and decorations.
Blue Spruce (6.5 Feet)
From the opposite side of the room, you can’t even guess that Blue Spruce by Balsam Hill is not real. The price of a 6.5-foot unlit tree includes a tree stand, storage bag, gloves and a three-year limited warranty.
Carolina Pine Tree (7.5 Feet)
This tree is really gorgeous. An added bonus is that it is 7.5 feet tall, one of the most popular heights on Christmas trees.
Carolina Pine Tree (7.5 Feet)
Yes, you can also find this luxury beauty on Amazon. The branches are decorated with 750 pre-string lights and artificial pine cones, which can be easily decorated.
Pine (6 Feet)
Statements on budget purchases can still be made. Amazon’s best-selling Christmas tree is 6 feet long, sturdy, and has many branch tips for decoration.
Aspen Fir (7.5 Feet)
Amazon reviewers are equipped with 700 UL-certified lights, touting the realism of this tree (especially considering the reasonable price).
Premium Spruce (7.5 Feet)
Another cheap option that is well-received on Amazon. Just make sure you give it some fluff and then let it settle before decorating.
Kings wood Fir Pencil (7.5 Feet)
Although it is very narrow (only 30 inches in diameter!), the branches of the tree are still dense, and you will not miss this wow factor. It has a usable height of 4 to 16 feet, allowing you to choose the best height for your space.
Green Pine Tree (7.5 Feet)
No corners? No problem. This half tree leans perfectly on any wall, even the smallest space can have a lot of decoration time.
Winchester White Pine (7 Feet)
Amazon, equipped with a beautiful white light, commented that this is the “most beautiful white Christmas tree” they have ever seen. All you have to do is spend some time messing up the branches.
Flocked Tree (6 Feet)
The snow-covered branches will create a winter feel in your living room. Although there is no pre-lighting, it is easy to illuminate the whole body.
Green Cypress (7.5 Feet)
We are in love with this inverted tree! Not only is it interesting, but if one bulb burns out, the remaining white lights will remain lit.
Pre-Lit LED Tree (7 Feet)
These are not the vintage C9 bulbs of the past. The pine trees equipped with LEDs provide eight different lighting effects, dazzling children.
Dunhill Fir Tree (12 Feet)
If you really want to make a statement, then this 12-foot tall tree will help you.
Pine Tree (5 Feet)
Designed to perfectly fix any top hat, this tree comes in green and white. It is also waterproof, so it can go outside if you want.
Collapsible Tree (6 Feet)
This option can not only be folded, but also can be fully decorated with lights, ribbons and decorations.