Since moving into our house over 5 years ago, I have been lusting over the beautiful flocked Christmas trees that are all over social media and holiday commercials. This year, I finally went for it and got an amazing 10-foot flocked Christmas Tree from King of Christmas. Aside from wanted to upgrade our Holiday Home Decor to include a flocked tree, after we renovated we need to buy a bigger tree anyway. Our new family room has soaring 15 foot ceilings and our little 6ft tree wasn’t really cutting it anymore.
This tree arrived in a sturdy box and came with four sections of tree, a stand and 2 storage bags. When Eric and I were bringing the tree sections into the house, we were pleasantly surprised that the flocking didn’t shed too much, making our cleanup minimal. A fair amount of fluffing tree branches was necessary to get the tree to look how we wanted it to look, however I think that is pretty standard for any faux tree. We did not get the pre-lit tree, but didn’t have too much trouble stringing lights. It took about 4 boxes of lights to cover the tree sufficiently.
We took a minimalist approach to decorating the tree this year. Because I am not going to buy new Christmas decorations every year, I re-used a lot of what I have accumulated over the past 5 years. I decided to go with a gold and red motif, which I love and which looks amazing against the tree flocking.
Check out my Holiday Home Decor below!
Christmas Tree (King of Christmas c/o)
Tree Skirt (Target) | Christmas Tree Topper (Target) | Ornaments (Gold, Gold & Red, Pinecones, Large Gold & Red, Snowflakes) | Wood Bead Garland (Target) | Christmas Lights (Amazon) | Gold Speckled Vase (Magnolia) | Flocked Pine Stems (Threshold) | Stockings (CB2) | Flocked Garland (Amazon) | PomPom Garland (Etsy)
Thank you so much for stopping by! Happy shopping and happy holidays!
Don’t forget to check out my Holiday Gift Guide here and my past Christmas Home Decor posts here!