Mini Christmas Trees: Made for People Like You
Do you like to decorate for Christmas, but have limited space? Or do you have a large living space, so large that one tree by itself can't fill the house with holiday cheer?
A mini Christmas tree may be the answer to your holiday decorating woes. These miniature tinsel trees stand under two feet high, the perfect size for a desk, a coffee table, a shelf, or the dresser in a spare room. They're small enough to be tucked out of the way, but big enough to be noticed and decorated.
Not only do we provide the trees you need to fill the void, but also the Christmas decorations to gussy up your miniature tree: tiny LED string lights, sequined Christmas tree skirts, glittering star tree toppers, and Christmas ornaments of every kind. There's hope, even if you're a city dweller crammed into a mousehole of an apartment. You can have an awesome Christmas tree with all the trimmings, just a wee version of the tree you once knew as a child. O mini Tannenbaum!
Who Should Have a Mini Christmas Tree?
1. Office workers: Admit it now, corporate life can be drab. Long commutes to the office, endless reports and meetings at the office, and not a whole lot of recognition for your efforts. A brightly lit and decorated mini Christmas tree in your cubicle will remind you of home, hearth, family, and time off for holidays – all those reasons why you put in long working hours.
2. Apartment residents: So what if you don't live in a palace. Is that really what you want? It's Christmas, and you needn't feel like a second-class citizen just because you can hear your neighbor's footsteps above you in the middle of the night. Every night. A miniature Christmas tree is just enough tree for you and your two cats, agreed?
3. Students in dorm rooms: Peer pressure and exams aren't the worst part of the student experience. Home sickness surely is, and that longing for the comforts of home can hit a pain point when the year-end holidays roll around. Sure, the semester wraps up in late December just in plenty of time for you to make it home for Christmas, but a mini tree can do far more for the soul than a calendar with a circled date.
4. Retirees who have downsized: You've gone from the McMansion to something considerably smaller, maybe even a tiny apartment. The main Christmas celebration no longer takes place in your home but in the homes of your kids who now have kids of their own. All the same, you love the holidays and want to decorate your living area, just not in a way that takes a huge amount of time, effort, and space. Mini Christmas trees were made for people like you.
5. Anyone on a budget: We forgot to mention one of the very best points of a mini Christmas tree: it's affordable! Incredibly affordable. For less than $20 you can buy a tree, trim it with lights and beads, tack on a set or ornaments and lay out a tree skirt, and voilà! Your holiday decorating is complete. And for even less, you can purchase a pre-decorated mini tree adorned top to bottom with ornaments and a gleaming Christmas star.
So perhaps it's time to downsize to a mini tree this year. You won't regret it, we promise you! Or if you do, you'll regret it only in a small way. Very, very small.