With October almost a distant memory, it is time to start thinking about your holiday decorating scheme. In today’s post, I have rounded up the best artificial, flocked Christmas trees. With budget in mind, all of my selections are under $400…
While I am not usually an eager beaver when it comes to decorating for the holidays, that all changed when I purchased my very first flocked Christmas tree last year.
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It was a look I had longed to experiment with for quite some time.
So when I finally pulled the trigger and bought this 7.5” pre-lit beauty, I basically ripped the box open into smithereens and got to decking the damn halls.
As with any fake tree, I did have to dedicate about an hour to fluffing each branch, but in the end, it was totally worth it!
As opposed to the more masculine, rustic aesthetic of a traditional Christmas tree, the flocked tree not only felt more chic, but more magical.
While the flocking was more messy than a standard artificial tree, I can tell you from personal experience that it was still waaay less messy than a real tree.
For any of you in the market for a flocked tree, I have curated a list of some budget friendly selections below. The tree I have featured in this post is labeled with the caption “i”.
Simply click on the image that you want to shop below!
Shop Flocked Christmas Trees on a Budget:
If you are unsure how the flocked look will work for your own home, the great thing about all of these selections is that they are lower investments than some of the outrageously- priced pieces.
While I cannot say that I have seen each of these trees in person, I can say that what I especially love about my particular tree is that it came pre-lit with warm glowing lights. When you are shopping online, it is always hard to know for sure how LED lights will look in person (sometimes they look cold and icky), but luckily the risk paid off.
At any rate, most digital retailers now offer free returns so that online shopping doesn’t have to feel so intimidating.
To make this non-traditional look even more approachable, I have included some styling tips below…
Tips for Decorating a Flocked Artificial Tree:
To warm up the look of a flocked tree, not only do I recommend warm white lights, but also adding warmth with the ornaments you choose (gold, champagne and black is always a winning color combo!).
Another way to add some dimension and texture to your flocked tree is by adding dried stems that can be found in nature (think dried pampas, palm leaves and pine cones).
If your tree looks a little wimpy and needs additional fullness, you can incorporate additional faux stems which can conveniently be purchased at your local craft store (read this blog post for how to make a cheap fake tree look fuller).
For more details on how I decorated this tree, you can visit that separate post by clicking here.
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