My Favorite Faux Christmas Trees

If there is one thing I know about…it’s Christmas trees 🙂 Over the years, I have purchased and collected many faux trees for our home.

Christmas is my favorite time of the year and I spend significant brain power thinking about our Winter decor. If you have been following along for a while, you know decorating starts early at Happy Haute Home. I put up a minimum of 5 trees and mix up the locations each year. I have so many trees and so many rooms, why not play around with it?! It’s so much fun!

As life continues to be out of whack and things are still far from normal, nice Christmas decor and trees are getting harder to find.

Today, I am sharing my favorites trees with you. I have bought the majority of my trees over the years from Frontgate. They are very well made and never disappoint.

My Favorite Christmas Trees


Slim Profile Fraser Fir Christmas Tree

One of my favorite looks – the double foyer trees. A couple years back, I set up 2 slim profile trees in our foyer – a 12 ft slim and 10 ft slim. This is tree number 1 on my list.

This is another picture of the 10 foot slim Fraser Fir tree. It’s compact, tall and elegant. The needles are realistic looking and the tree is super easy to decorate. It’s also wonderful for tight spaces, I bought it to fit this space perfectly in our prior home.

Now the tree has a new home, and it has been in several rooms of our house. Here in the kitchen, this tree is the same 10 foot slim Fraser Fir.

Full Profile Flocked Christmas Tree

This is tree number 2, a beautiful and full flocked profile tree. This very similar tree comes in 7 1/2 and 9 feet tall. It is beautifully flocked and does not shed a ton. It’s very grand and so pretty.

Unfortunately, I don’t have any pictures of tree number 3, but it’s on my list to buy 😉 Maybe next year.

Fully Flocked Pine Christmas Trees

Last year, I purchased 3 trees. My new favorite obsession are these flocked Christmas trees. I love them so much, I bought them in several sizes. This is tree number 4 in a 12 ft and a 9 ft size. But I must warn you, they do shed a lot, but very easy to sweep up.

This is the same tree in a 7 1/2 ft.

Full Profile Fraser Fir Christmas Tree

Tree number 5 – that full profile beauty in the back comes in a 7 1/2, 9 and 10 ft size.

I decorated this full profile tree with silver and gold, one of my prettiest ornament sets.

What do you think about these trees? I have loved them for many years and continue to find new ways to decorate and enjoy the beauty they bring to everyone who sees them. Thank you for following along – I hope these trees bring you as much joy as they do to us.

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6 thoughts on “My Favorite Faux Christmas Trees

  1. You have the most gorgeous Christmas decorations Denise – and I LOVE all your trees! Thanks for the tour – I’ve got my eye on several of them!

    1. I’m so glad you like the Christmas tour Barbara. I love all my trees…have a bit of an obsession here 😬

  2. I just love all your trees and I think your foyer looks absolutely stunning. I wish I had the room to have more than one tree, but I’m going to try to put a second small one in my kitchen. Thanks for the inspiration 💕

    1. Hi Sheila, you are so sweet thank you! A tree in the kitchen is one of my favorites! Yes, even a small countertop one warms the space up! So glad you are inspired, appreciate your comment!

  3. OMGosh Denise they are gorgeous! Each one. I have tried to get my ribbons to look tucked in like that as well as layering all the bulbs like yours. Sadly mine always end up in the ‘Pinterest fail’ category! 🤦‍♀️🤣 I choose this year to just live vicariously through your magnificent trees. And that little black dress. 😃 Last year was my first time with an artificial tree and no one could even tell it wasn’t real. I have that going for me anyway! 🤷‍♀️

    1. Hi Laurie, Thank you for the sweet comments! Some trees definitely tuck better than others. I have found that trees with those wirey branches tuck well…if you can find the wirey branches near the center of the tree, use them to wrap around the ribbon. And yes, artificial trees work great, have had them for many years and they are always beautiful! Good luck!

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