Amazon Is Now Selling a 7-Foot Rainbow Christmas Tree for Those Who Aren’t Afraid to Stand Out
We love shopping for our family and friends, especially when we find unique items we know they’ll love. We love baking up yummy food that is perfect for the holiday season. We love decorating our home in the most festive way possible.
The centerpiece of any Christmas decor is obviously the Christmas tree. Usually the argument is whether to get a real tree or an artificial tree. Real trees have that delicious pine scent, but they can be fire hazards. Artificial trees try their best to look like the real thing, but if you look close enough, it’s always possible to tell that it’s an artificial tree.
If you’re team artificial tree and if you don’t even want to try to pretend it’s a real tree, like, if you’re looking for a tree that really stands out, we’ve found just the thing, and it’s spectacular.
Amazon is selling a 7-foot tall, 4-foot wide artificial tree that is every color of the rainbow (including green, but it’s more of a neon green). The orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, and red colors swirl around the tree in a diagonal pattern, which makes the tree even more of a showstopper.
The rainbow tree, which has been featured on Good Morning America, is made by Treetopia. Reviewers say that it’s super easy to put together since the tree comes in just 3 sections. While the tree is not pre-lit, you could always add your own lights, perhaps rainbow colors to give the tree even more personality.
While this tree is definitely a Christmas tree, we think that if you like leaving your decorations up extra long, you could probably easily get away with leaving this tree up whenever you want. Perhaps change the decorations to match the season or leave it undecorated.
If you’re looking for a tree that will surprise and delight all who see it, this is it. As one reviewer wrote, “This is the most awesome Christmas tree that I have ever seen and its not even decorated yet.”
Do you usually decorate a real tree or an artificial Christmas tree? How do you think your family would react if you bought this rainbow tree this year? Would you decorate it or leave it undecorated?