It's easy to add that perfect, finishing touch to your Christmas tree decor and enhance the overall beauty of your Christmas tree's unique design! When you wrap our Faux Fur Christmas Tree Skirt around the base of your tree, something magical happens! Warm and elegant, this beautiful Christmas tree skirt is a flawless addition to the showpiece that is your Christmas tree!
Excellent Quality- Our Faux Fur Christmas Tree Skirt is exceptionally well made. The quality and soft texture are greater than that of other non-woven, material, Christmas tree skirts. You'll love how it looks underneath your Christmas tree!
Easy to Use- The border of each tree skirt is easily secured, using the handy, Velcro closure. The skirt is machine washable (delicate cycle), but air drying is recommended.
Pet-Friendly- Everyone knows that the Christmas tree skirt is a favorite spot for pets in winter, and let's face it, it only adds a more festive atmosphere to your home, when your pet is curled up and cozy underneath the Christmas tree! This faux fur skirt is ideal for keeping your pet warm during the chilly holiday season. This lovely tree skirt adds the perfect decorative touch to all of your opulent holiday decor.
Perfectly Elegant- This classic, white fur tree skirt features long-lasting durability. Add a sophisticated touch to your Christmas decor, with this luxurious, faux fur tree skirt. It provides the perfect romantic flair!
Diameter- 35" or 90cm, so it fits most any tree size. This durable faux fur tree skirt can be reused each Christmas.
You'll love the way this beautiful Christmas tree skirt looks around your tree this year!
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10 facts about Christmas trees
1. The Nordmann Fir is considered the leader among Christmas trees.
The Nordmann Fir has been a popular Christmas tree choice in Europe for a number of years and is gaining momentum in the United States.
“It's preferred among other evergreens due to its excellent needle retention, the softness of the needles and how it's perfect for people with allergies,” Cass said.
The tree’s lack of the usual Christmas tree aroma makes it ideal for those who aren’t able to tolerate the fragrance, according to HolidayTreeFarm.com.
2. Ninety-eight percent of all Christmas trees are grown on farms.
About 350 million Christmas trees are currently growing on Christmas tree farms in the U.S., the National Christmas Tree Association reported.
Only 2 percent of Christmas trees are cut from the wild, according to the University of Illinois.
3. Christmas trees can host thousands of bugs.
When bringing home a fresh Christmas tree, you might very well be unknowingly toting along a number of unwanted critters.
“Christmas trees are a home to a lot of insects and microorganisms, so when you bring one home, make sure you shake it thoroughly before bringing it inside,” Cass said.
4. The U.S. has nearly 15,000 Christmas tree farms.
More than 100,000 people are employed in the Christmas tree farming industry, according to the National Christmas Tree Association.
5. Decorating Christmas trees with lights began with Martin Luther.
Sixteenth-century Protestant reformer Martin Luther is credited with being the first to add lighted candles to a tree.