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I know, it’s a bit early to be talking about Christmas but when you are in the blogging, interior design or photography world, Christmas starts a bit early. We were fortunate enough to be invited to two Christmas Home Tours this year which will start on December 2. We try to do things in stages and hate to be rushed during the holidays so we already have a couple trees up. Our (my) goal this year, is to be done decorating early so I can enjoy Thanksgiving and the entire month of December shopping for gifts and enjoying holiday parties. This year, Balsam Hill contacted us a month or so ago asking if we would be interested in sharing their abundance of Christmas tree selections with all of you. If you haven’t heard of Balsam Hill, they are by far one of the best places to get artificial trees (along with a slew of other holiday accessories) that will knock your socks off with how real they look.
Here is a peek of our Vermont Spruce from Balsam Hill and it’s absolutely gorgeous. I love how the limbs fall to the floor looking spectacular, like it was just cut down in the woods.
Living in New England, a Vermont Spruce is a must.
In our playroom, we chose the Balsam Hill narrow Froster Fraser Fir. It is stunning. Their True Needle award winning foliage is like no other. The tree seriously looks real.
The trees arrived last week and we have been busy cleaning out the rooms and making way for Christmas decor.
Have you ever purchased a tree from Balsam Hill? You can find their full line of gorgeous artificial Christmas trees as well as garlands, wreaths and more at the Balsam Hill. Each tree arrived in it’s own special box filled with a storage bag for off season storage, detailed information about how to care and fluff your artificial tree and instructions on how to assemble the tree. Trust me, it’s easy! It took all of 3 minutes to put the tree together. Artificial trees have come along way from when I was a kid!
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