Artificial specialty Christmas trees are fast becoming one of the most fashionable customs linked with the festivities of Christmas. You can get a specialty Christmas tree lit partially or fully by fiber optics. There are artificial trees with the light in the base and a revolving color wheel causing various colors to flicker across the tree. In 2005 inverted artificial Christmas trees became popular. Other attention-grabbers include small talking or singing artificial trees, and trees which blow snow over themselves, collecting them in a decorative cardboard talking bin and blowing them back up to the top through a tube hidden next to the trunk.
Our spiral specialty Christmas trees command attention. These high quality fanciful artificial Xmas trees are 7’ tall with a base width of 39” and feature brown trunks with green branches, 400 clear lights, and 572 tips.
Our bestseller is the Hawthorne Fir artificial specialty tree, perfect for your home or office. Slender, wide, geometric and colored trees as well as a variety of tabletop and outdoor trees are also available.
The Artificial Specialty Christmas Tree Has A New Look
Even when it comes to the traditional artificial Christmas tree, strange sells. The dare-to-be-different Christmas tree used to be the aluminum one with a spinning light that threw rainbows of color across its shimmering tinsel-like branches. Then along came fiber-optic Christmas trees with their ultra-modern color wheels for continuously changing hues. The popularity of specialty trees is increasing dramatically, although the traditional tree with the star on top and mountains of gifts below remains in high demand.