We love the smell of a real pine tree, but faux Christmas trees will give you the fun, retro look you want. There are several benefits to buying faux, including their durability, the lack of mess and all the creative color and shape options.
We rounded up 10 of our favorites for you to shop this holiday—or even save for next year and the years after!
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Pretty and Pink
Consider a pink faux Christmas tree for a whimsical holiday display this year. It’s sure to be remembered!
If you’re limited on space, try a slim golden tree. It will brighten any corner of your home.
White trees are perfect for showing off colorful retro ornaments. Its blank canvas is ready for your creative stamp!
Ornaments have the space they need to shine with this Calistoga faux tree. The Pacific Silver Fir inspired its unique shape and linear gaps.
Tried and True
Faux Christmas trees come in all shapes, sizes and colors, but you can’t go wrong with classic green. Use retro ornaments to give it an MCM spin.
Vintage Aluminum Trees
This compact tabletop vintage Christmas tree can can bring holiday charm to a piano, side table or credenza.
This 6 ft aluminum Christmas tree is from the 1950s, still in its original box. A perfect candidate to use with a color wheel for that classic MCM holiday look.
A little more traditional but still retro, this tabletop Christmas tree from the 1960s comes with pinecone ornaments and topped with a red star.
Looking for a tree that’s uniquely modern? This white hanging Christmas tree would be the focal point of any room. Modern Christmas Trees even offers expedited 2-day shipping, if needed.
Simple, yet stunning, this wooden tree is the perfect option for any minimalist who wants to add warmth to their home.
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