7 Best Flocked Christmas Trees to Buy in 2022
August 10, 2022
If you’re on the hunt for the best flocked Christmas trees, you’ve come to the right place!
We’ve gathered up some of the top-rated flocked Christmas trees on the market, so you can find the perfect one for your home.
Whether you’re looking for a slim or full pre-lit Christmas tree, we’ve got you covered.
In this post, we’re sharing the best flocked Christmas trees to buy, what size Christmas tree to get, and simple ways to style flocked Christmas trees!
- The best flocked Christmas trees
- How do you style a flocked tree?
- What colors look best on a flocked Christmas tree?
- What size Christmas tree should I get?
- Are flocked Christmas trees messy?
The Best Flocked Christmas Trees
1. Amazon – 7.5 ft Pre-Lit Flocked Christmas Tree
Brand: Best Choice Products
Dimensions: 52″ W x 90″ H
Number of Tips: 1,346
Tree Type: Pine
With over 8,000 reviews on Amazon, this pre-lit Christmas tree offers great value for the price, along with high ratings! It also comes in other sizes – 6 ft, 7.5 ft, and 9 ft depending on how tall your ceilings are.
If you prefer to add your own lights, there is also a highly rated unlit flocked Christmas tree version as well!
2. Amazon – 7.5 ft Pre-Lit Snowy Sierra Spruce
Brand: National Tree Company
Dimensions: 59″ W x 90″ H
Number of Tips: 2,817
Tree Type: Spruce
This National Tree Company flocked Christmas tree has a VERY full look with 2,817 tips. Because of the tip count and being larger with a 59 inch width, the price point is higher than the previous option.
There aren’t as many reviews on this tree on Amazon as the previous option, but the ratings are high nonetheless. This is a great choice if you’re looking for a very full flocked Christmas tree!
3. Wayfair – 6.5 ft Pre-Lit Pine Flocked Christmas Tree
Brand: The Holiday Aisle
Dimensions: 6.5’ H x 4’2” W
Number of Tips: 961
Tree Type: Spruce
I love the depth and dimension of this Wayfair flocked Christmas tree! There are also a lot of helpful photo reviews from customers showing how the tree looks in their home.
It comes in a variety of sizes to choose from: 5 ft, 6.5 ft, 7.5 ft, and 9 ft.
4. Home Depot – 7.5 ft Pine Flocked LED Christmas Tree
Brand: Home Accents Holiday
Dimensions: 7.5 ft H x 60 in W
Number of Tips: 1,586
Tree Type: Virginia Pine
This pre-lit Home Depot flocked Christmas tree has raving reviews about how full this tree is with plenty of tips. There a lot of customer review photos to look through to get an idea of how it will look in your home!
5. Walmart – 7 ft King of Christmas Prince Flock (Unlit)
Brand: King of Christmas
Dimensions: 7’ H x 48″ W
This Walmart flocked Christmas tree has more heavily flocked tips if you’re wanting an even more magical snow-covered look!
Note that this tree is unlit, so you are able choose your own lights to use.
6. Amazon – Slim Christmas Tree 6 ft Pre-Lit Pencil
Brand: Best Choice Products
Dimensions: 25″ W x 72.5″ H
Number of Tips: 502
Tree Type: Pine
If you have an apartment or condo you may not have as much space for a regular-sized Christmas tree. This slim flocked Christmas tree is a great space-saving option with only 25 inches in diameter!
This pencil tree is highly rated on Amazon and has a lot of customer photos to browse through! It comes in various sizes including 6 ft, 7.5 ft, 9 ft, and even 12 ft.
7. Amazon – Mini Flocked Christmas Tree 4.5 ft
Brand: Puleo International
Dimensions: 24″ W x 54″ H
Number of Tips: 419
Tree Type: Fir
If you’re looking for a small Christmas tree, this 4.5 ft pre-lit Arctic Fir tree is perfect for you! The pot it comes in is so cute and I’m obsessed with this specific style of fir tree branches!
Because it’s so pretty on its own, you don’t even need to decorate it – simply turn the lights on for a cozy holiday aesthetic.
I’m planning on purchasing this exact one for our new custom home, which will look amazing in an entryway or corner of a dining room!
Flocked Christmas Tree FAQ
How do you style a flocked tree?
When it comes to decorating a flocked Christmas tree, one of the best things about this style is that it already has so much depth and dimension, which makes them already beautiful even without decorations.
Because of this, you’re able to take a minimalist, less-is-more approach when it comes to styling the tree!
Read more here if you want all the details on exactly how we decorate our flocked Christmas tree every year!
What colors look best on a flocked Christmas tree?
Especially with the neutral look of a flocked Christmas tree, you honestly can’t go wrong with the color scheme!
To avoid clashing colors though, I recommend sticking to a neutral color scheme as the foundation (like gold, copper, ivory, and white) and picking just one other color to feature (like red or green) to carry throughout the rest of the Christmas tree decorations.
This results in a simple, yet cohesive Pinterest-worthy look!
What size Christmas tree should I get?
Christmas trees come in all shapes and sizes, so deciding how tall or wide your tree should be can be tough. Ultimately, the size of your tree should be proportionate to the size of your room.
Generally, the height of your tree should be based on the height of your ceilings. If you have high ceilings, you’ll want a taller tree to fill up the space.
We have 9 ft ceilings in our home, so I personally really like a 7 or 7.5 ft tree height.
A 7 ft Christmas tree height allows for plenty of space for a tree topper, plus around another foot of empty space before the ceiling begins.
I also find that a taller tree can be more time-consuming to decorate and we’re very happy with the size of our 7 ft Christmas tree!
You should also take into account how WIDE the Christmas tree is. A wider tree can easily make a small room feel cramped, so if you have limited space, you may want to opt for a slim Christmas tree.
In the past, we’ve made the mistake of ordering a Christmas tree that had a lot of tips thinking it would be very lush and full. But it was WAY too wide and took up so much space in our living room that we could barely walk around it! We decided to sell it and get a new tree the following year.
No matter what height or width you choose, make sure your tree is proportionate to the rest of your room for a balanced look!
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Are flocked Christmas trees messy?
If you’re considering getting a flocked Christmas tree this year, you might be wondering if they’re messy. The short answer is yes, they can be messy – but in our experience, it’s only messy WHILE you’re putting up the tree.
Each year, after we’ve finished decorating the tree with ornaments, we simply vacuum the floor to pick up all the flocking that have fell and we usually never have to worry about cleaning flocking for the rest of the season until we take the tree down.
So it is messy during setup but for us, it’s not an issue at all to maintain during the season!
Are flocked trees more expensive?
While researching the best flocked Christmas trees online, we did find that flocked trees often cost more than unflocked trees.
But if that’s the look you’re going for, the extra expense is totally worth it for the added beauty that a flocked tree provides!
Do flocked Christmas trees last?
During my initial search for flocked Christmas trees (having never owned one before) I wondered whether they would last long or whether the flocking would fall off within a few years.
So far, it’s been a few years of using our flocked tree and it still looks as good as new, despite the flocking that gets shaken off during the setup and tear-down process each year!
Are flocked Christmas trees in style?
Flocked Christmas trees are definitely a classic, stylish holiday decor choice! Flocked trees add a touch of luxury and can make any home feel extra festive.
So if you’re looking for something a little bit different this year, consider a flocked Christmas tree. We’re obsessed with the neutral look of our flocked Christmas tree in our home!
We hope this post has helped you in your search for the perfect flocked Christmas tree to enjoy this holiday season!
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