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Christmas Tree Market’s Best Trees for Small Spaces

September 21st, 2015


A small living space doesn’t have to limit your holiday décor. While a towering tree is impractical in an apartment or studio unit, homeowners can still acquire a festive atmosphere with the right Christmas tree. Below are some of our best artificial Christmas trees that can easily transform any small space into a holiday wonderland.

Bethlehem Fir Christmas Tree

Measuring 4 feet in height and 27 inches in diameter, the Bethlehem Fir is a charming addition to an apartment or studio unit. Petite as it may be, it has a full and dense body usually attributed to big Christmas trees. You may put it on top of a side table, and the living room is instantly infused with the merriment of the season.

Ashton Spruce Christmas Tree

The Ashton Spruce is 4-foot tall tree with branches that have long needles, lending a full appearance to its silhouette. Its body has a diameter of 30 inches, making it perfect for tabletops and entryways as a charming piece of decoration.

Ticonderoga Pencil Christmas Tree

The perfect tree for maximizing small spaces, the Ticonderoga Pencil Tree has a height of 6 feet and a slim width of 18 inches. The narrow profile ensures that there’s more than enough room for presents. The family will surely enjoy unwrapping gifts around this tree on Christmas morning.


Sierra Slim Spruce Christmas Tree

The Sierra Slim Spruce stands 6 feet tall and has layered branches that give it a lush appearance. However, it uses minimal floor space compared to trees of the same height. With this tree, you get to enjoy the look and feel of a full-sized tree while using up less floor space.

Don’t let a limited area stop you from decorating to your heart’s content during the holidays.  With Christmas Tree Market’s wide selection of slim and narrow trees, you will surely find the perfect one for your home.

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