6 to 6.5 foot trees—best for small spaces
Somewhere between the 6 foot artificial Christmas trees and the 7 foot, you’ll find the 6.5. Of course, they’re ideal for homes with relatively small sizes and low ceilings. So if your home is about 7 to 8 feet high, you might want to get one
Overall, the 6 to 6.5 foot trees are a little shorter than average. But they look just as full.
For smaller spaces that may not accommodate large trees, a slimmer option works. You may try the white pencil artificial trees of about eighteen inches—they sure fit into small spaces.
7 to 7.5 foot trees—Mid-sized options
You’ll find these trees in nearly every home–they are the most popular choice for medium-sized homes, particularly those with ceilings of about 8-10 feet. Get one for your foyer and then you’re set. Since it’s a favorite among several choices, you’ll find it in quite a number of tree-mendous array.
The 7 to 7.5 foot artificial Christmas trees work for bedroom set-ups too. Being mid-sized, they allow for adequate space between their tip and your ceiling.
If you’re like Matt Crump, they you may want deck your space up with this tree this holiday.
8 to 9 foot trees—the cream of the crop
Got a higher ceiling of about ten to eleven foot? Try this.
The 8 to 9 foot artificial Christmas trees work better in outdoor spaces. Place them on your porch and they’ll be sure to make a statement. Like Emily Hagood, you may take advantage of your high, unusual ceiling and display your 9-foot tree around the foyer. Get you some ornaments and prepare your entire family for Christmas.
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