A flocked Christmas tree is the easiest way to achieve a wintry look of your Christmas decoration and have a white Christmas even if you lived in an area with a warm climate.
White flocked trees are an alternative to traditional trees and many people who care about ecology opt for these artificial trees.
Flocked Christmas tree – pros and cons
If you chose to opt for a flocked Christmas tree you need to know a few facts beforehand. The trees come in different sizes, so you need to measure your available space before buying your tree. The market offers tabletop versions, garlands, etc, so you can match the rest of your decoration with the flocked tree. One of the great advantages of flocked trees are the bendable branches. This allows you to reposition the branches and adjust them in a way which will create a custom look. As a drawback you might point out the fact that flocked trees need to be shaped so that they have a natural look.
How to decorate a flocked Christmas tree
Once you have decided to opt for a flocked Christmas tree you need to consider the way you want to decorate it. It will be a good idea to think about that in advance. Consider what ornaments you want to use, what accents you want to set and most importantly – consider the appropriate colors. No one would be happy if the decoration blends in and loses its charm. If you wanted a “Wow” effect, consider accents of contrast colors or one (two) basic color and different textures.
Flocked Christmas trees are offered in a variety of colors
A beautiful Christmas tree decoration in blue with green and gold accents
A flocked tree is the perfect option for a white Christmas
Simple but eye catching decoration for your home
A flocked Christmas tree in pink
Ideas for decorating a flocked Christmas tree
Traditional red ornaments on a flocked Christmas tree
Magnificent Christmas lights on a flocked tree