Can you hear the sleigh bells ringing? The most wonderful time of the year is so close and we’re brimming with excitement. Christmas brings about lots of joyous moments from the presents in your stockings, that delicious smell of gingerbread cookies, to the festive Christmas carols being played everywhere that just adds to the feel good vibes. We love anything Christmas related, especially Christmas Tree shopping. It’s one of the biggest joys of Christmas, getting to spend quality time with your family to pick the perfect Christmas tree. But the truth of the matter is, more people are swaying more towards getting artificial Christmas trees instead of live ones. Dealing with falling needles and having to get a new one each year becomes a hassle
you’d want to avoid.
Artificial Christmas trees just make more sense in this day and age because of the convenience of it. However, finding the perfect Christmas tree and getting that movie-like moment saying “That’s the one” may not be as easy as it looks. There’s plenty of things to consider when purchasing a Christmas tree that fits your home. Is this tree the right size? Does it suit the Christmas theme we’re going for? Will it last long so that I can reuse it next year?
We’ve compiled a list of things to look out for to help you narrow your choices, to make the process a lot easier on your end. First things first, here are some things you should look out for when purchasing a Christmas Tree in Singapore.
The Right Size
From the large trees you see in the local shopping mall to the little plastic ones on the counter at your drug store, artificial trees come in all sizes. When selecting an artificial tree, remember how much room you’ve got. It’s a smart idea to measure the space you have before you pick your tree. The last thing you’d want is getting a Christmas tree too big to fit into your home. Another important thing to remember is the setting up of the tree. It is harder to transport, store, and maintain a larger tree. Setting up and decorating would also take some time.
Pine Concept has a space-saving tree that is perfect for those who prefer a smaller tree that still looks good. Particularly catered for people who do not have much space to work with, this space-saving tree, FirPact, is their slimmest Christmas Tree design and is popular due to its sleek and dense structure. It’s the perfect tree that will look sophisticated in any given setting.
The Right Shape
The worries of artificial christmas trees then come into place when thinking of getting the right shape of the tree. Will it look too artificially structured? What most people don’t know is that artificial Christmas trees mimic the traditional live Christmas trees in shape and appearance. They don’t look “fake” as many people deem it. Not many know how important the right shaped Christmas tree is as it adds to the whole aesthetic of your Christmas theme.
That’s what an artificial tree has over an actual live tree. When choosing a real tree, yes you can pick and choose between the various shapes there is. But there comes a point when you just have to take what you get even if it means it won’t fit nearly as perfectly as you’d like. There is, however, a wide variety of individual options for an artificial tree that you can fit for your ideas for decorating. Some are going to be wide and big and some are going to be smaller and straight upright. Depending on the theme you’re going for, the right shaped Christmas tree plays a big part.
Whether you’re looking for a tall and slim one, or a big and grand one, Pine Concept offers you both. If you prefer the skinny aesthetic of the Christmas tree, you can opt for the FirPact – Pencil Fasir Fir Premium Artificial Christmas Tree Decorated on their website. It’s great when you’re going for a more minimalistic look to go with the simple Christmas vibes without overdoing it. If you’d rather go for a wider and bigger shaped one to go crazy on the Christmas decorations, try their ImpeFir – Premium Grand Fir Artificial Christmas Tree or Firy – Premium White Pine Premium Artificial Christmas Tree for those who prefer the snow-covered look. Pine Concept has got you covered no matter what shape you’re going for.
As with most things in life, the term “You get what you pay for,” is so common. If something is cheap, you would assume the quality is not good. Thankfully, this is not a problem with Pine Concept’s Christmas trees. They understand that many people worry that when purchasing something online, there’s a possibility that it might arrive looking nothing like the pictures. Pine Concept ensures this is not the case because their photos are all 100% taken in their very own studio. They use very little edits and whatever you see in the pictures will not disappoint when you compare it to the actual product. Their trees come as good as they look online. If you’re still skeptical, you can always visit their showroom to pick and choose the Christmas Trees for yourselves.
Types of Branches
Typically branches on artificial trees are usually one of two types: hinged or hooked. When the tree is taken down for storage, hinged branches are permanently attached to the tree, and can be folded. Hooked branches are not permanently attached and need to be individually hooked on when setting up and taken out when dismantling it. Pine Concept adopts the self-collapsing branches which makes it a lot easier to set up and even easier when dismantling. The simple act of putting the tree upright will make the branches fall into their place. This is a lot more convenient as compared to individually spreading the branches one by one. When the season is over, you can simply flip the Christmas tree upside down to keep it back in its original packaging. It’s a super hassle-free concept and all of Pine Concept’s trees adopt this type of self-collapsing branches to make it easier on your end. Trust us, this is the Christmas tree of the future.
These are just a few things to look out for when purchasing your next artificial Christmas tree. Pine Concept’s trees are convenient, durable and their wide range of Christmas decorations and Christmas Ornaments will make decorating your Christmas tree this year a breeze. Check out their website for more details, and have a very merry time this Christmas!