Here at Balsam Hill, we’re always on the lookout for the best Christmas décor. Whether nostalgic, rustic, or glam, we keep an eye on trends to make sure our customers enjoy a wide variety of options. Below we share our most popular Christmas decorations, including expert tips to help you spruce up your home for the season.
9 Best Christmas Decorations
From heirloom-quality baubles sets to festive Christmas accents, Balsam Hill offers everything you need to prepare for the merriest time of the year. Here’s a list of some of our most popular Christmas décor this year.
Lodge Faux Fur Tree Skirt
Plush and luxurious, our faux fur tree skirt is a beautiful way to dress up your Christmas tree. This skirt is available in various colours and sizes to suit trees of any size. To perfectly complement your tree, make sure that the diameter of the skirt is at least 6 inches bigger than the full width of the tree.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below are the answers to some of the most common questions about Christmas decorations.
What Is the Christmas Trend for 2023?
Coastal and ocean themes are popular Christmas trends this year, as are Parisian and Nordic-inspired motifs. Check out our Christmas decorating themes for inspiration.
What Is the Most Popular Christmas Decoration?
Aside from greenery, Christmas lights, and outdoor decorations, candles continue to be one of the most popular Christmas decorations. Whether real or artificial, candles are the easiest way to add light, warmth, and movement to any setting.
What Date Do You Put Up Christmas Decorations?
Many prefer to wait until the last week of November, while some start decorating before that. If you plan to use a real Christmas tree, keep in mind that fresh trees typically only last four to five weeks. Invest in a high-quality artificial Christmas tree if you’d like to decorate earlier and keep it up for longer.
What Goes First When Decorating a Christmas Tree?
We recommend that ribbons go first, especially if you need to anchor them deeper into the branches. Baubles should go last to avoid bumping and breaking them as you decorate. If you’re stringing your own lights on the tree, make sure to do that first before adding your ribbons.
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