Alternative Christmas Trees 2023

How Have Christmas Trees Evolved?

Germany is actually thought to have started the Christmas tree tradition that we know today back in the 16th century. This was when Christians would bring decorated trees into their homes. They would even craft their own Christmas pyramids out of wood and decorate them with evergreens and candles! We've come a long way since then, and we now have so many different types of Christmas tree to choose from, so have a look below and take your pick.

Felt Christmas Tree

This DIY felt Christmas tree is more of an option for the kids, but that doesn't mean you can't get involved! It features 26 attachable felt decorations so you and your little ones can design the tree however you like with Santa, snowflakes, Christmas stockings and bells. There's also LED lights included to make sure your tree really glows! Plus, there's still plenty of space for all the presents underneath. A great twist on a Christmas classic!

Christmas Tree With Berries

Up your Christmas tree game this year with this snowy Christmas tree with red berries! This is the perfect way to add a festive feel into your home, and do something a little different. The tree features over 800 branches with realistic looking berries for a berry nice atmosphere. A classic design that you can decorate as much or as little as you like, so get ready to be creative. It's simple to set up, and as it is artificial, there will be no mess to clean up when it comes down!

Pink Christmas Tree

We've moved quite far away from the early traditions with this pink Christmas tree, and are venturing into a new world! If you're hoping to see everything in pink this Christmas, then this is the tree for you. You can easily decorate it with classic baubles, tinsel and twinkling fairy lights, and the needles are very realistic in their appearance, giving the tree a wonderful pink finish! It also comes with a stand and non-slip pads, so don't worry about your floor.

Slimline Christmas Trees

Slimline Christmas trees do not compromise on height, as they're usually just as tall as all other Christmas trees! They are only half as wide as a regular Christmas tree, making them ideal if you're short on space as they need very little room. There is plenty of space for all the tinsel, baubles, lights and other decorations to go on them too. If you're looking for a simpler alternative this year that will still give you all the dining space to chomp down on your Christmas dinner, then this could be just the tree for you!

White Christmas Trees

If you're dreaming of a White Christmas, then allow us to make your dreams come true with this white Christmas tree! This tree is a truly magical design with white LEDs helping your room to really glow this festive season. It's sophisticated, sparkly and special, and is a great alternative to the traditional Christmas tree. You really will feel like you're in a winter wonderland with this tree by your side!

Snowy Christmas Trees

Snow is falling... (we hope), but incase it doesn't snow this Christmas, we've got you covered with this snowy Christmas tree! Each branch has been carefully decorated with pinecones and artificial red berries and is dusted with a snowy effect, so you'll feel warm and cosy around the tree this Christmas. So, grab your best baubles, tinsel and Christmas lights and get decorating so the tree stands out nice and bright!