Tabletop Christmas Trees
Posted by: scentandviolet December 12th, 2020
The festive season is here. And as usual, we are all trying to get gifts for our friends, colleagues, and family members. I'll have to admit, it's been a stressful year and now more than ever, we have to appreciate everyone who stood by us during this time.
If you're running out of gift ideas, I have one that you'll love, the Tabletop Christmas Trees. Creating real Christmas trees is one of the best ways to bond with family and friends. But they are time-consuming, and not everyone has the resources to look for the tree and decorate it.
Tabletop Christmas Trees make excellent alternatives since you don't have to water them. They are also smaller and are perfect for decorating smaller areas such as your apartment, office, or nursing home.
What are Tabletop Christmas Trees Made Of?
These trees are made of PVC (polyvinyl chloride) or polyethene (PE). But you may come across those made from fibre or aluminium. They are made to look like the real pine, conifer, fir, or any other tree used to make Christmas trees.
Factors to Consider When Buying a Tabletop Christmas Tree
Below are some things to check;
These trees come in different sizes. So you need to consider the size of your table, the corner, or any other place you'll position it. It would be best if you measure this space before purchasing the tree.
The Tabletop Christmas tree should have a strong stand and pole to hold the weight of the tree and the decorations. You don't want to risk your decorations or anything else close to the tree breaking when the tree falls. A metal pole and stand have proven to be more robust compared to plastic. If you'll add other decorations, make sure the tree can handle the weight.
As mentioned earlier, PVC and PE are some of the most common materials used in making tabletop trees. PVC is fire resistant and rarely fades. However, it doesn't always look realistic. PE, on the other hand, is more realistic. It's all about personal preference when choosing one over the other. A combination of both would also be great to give the tree a durable and authentic look.
The branches can either be hooked or hinged. Hooked are the ones you can detach when storing the tree. Trees with such branches are more challenging to set up, but they are cheaper. Hinged branches, on the other hand, can't be removed. They fold for storage and unfold when you're setting up the tree. Most high-end trees have hinged branches.
I prefer trees with all the decorations and lights attached. Yes, you can't remove them when you want to, but most of the work has been done for you. Luckily, if you don't like the pre-made design, most companies will offer to build a custom design.
Where Can I Get the Best Tabletop Christmas Tree?
At Scent & Violet, we have some of the best tabletop Christmas Trees. Our trees are pre-decorated with multi-colored pinecones, beads, bows, stars, ornaments, and several other items.
We have a team of professional designers who express both their skill and personality in the trees they decorate. Let's help you give your office, apartment, or nursing home a personal touch.
However, our trees can't be replicated. You can choose one of the available designs, or ask for a custom design. Custom trees take up to 3 weeks to be made, and they may not cost the same as the other trees. Please reach out to us, and we'll offer a quote.
How big are your tabletop Christmas trees?
Currently, our largest tree is 24 inches tall and 22 inches wide. The smallest tree is 19 inches tall and 11 inches wide.
How do I get the tree?
If you live around the Houston area, you can pick up Tabletop Christmas Trees at our store on Westheimer Road. We can also deliver it to you. We also ship these trees and a wide range of other hand-crafted gifts around the United States.
- Peter K.