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Slim Christmas Trees

The majority of modern homes just don’t have the space to accommodate a full width tree so the slim Christmas trees are the answer and they can look just as impressive, just load them with plenty of lights and baubles. Most of our artificial slimline Christmas trees have a PE (polyethylene) element which gives them the look and feel of a real tree; if you see the Feel Real logo then you can be assured that your tree will be the very best. Most of the slimline tree styles are available either unlit or pre-lit with warm white LEDs, although a few of them do come with multi-coloured lights, which do seem to be coming back into fashion. If you want a tree with multi-coloured lights to look quite stylish just pick decorations in 2 colours, the same as which are in the lights, and keep the number of different pieces down, don’t go for every single light colour in lots of different shapes. You’re not confined to just traditional green as we offer trees with a slight frost or heavily snowed for a true Alpine inspired colour theme. If a slimline Christmas tree is still too wide at the base take a look at the artificial pencil Christmas trees as they have a really narrow footprint. Free delivery to mainland UK on all orders over £50. If you need help or advice please call our Customer Services team.

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Clara Penhallurick
Christmas and Gifts Buyer
Clara has worked at Hayes Garden World for about 20 years and has risen to head Gift and Christmas buyer. Having worked in the Christmas department since joining Hayes she has an in depth knowledge of the requirements and likes of our customers. She has a particular love for Christmas spending many hours designing our spectacular displays. She keeps up to date with all the latest technology and current fashions. Our major suppliers all subscribe to the European design organisations who decide the colours for that season. Many of our customers like keeping to trending styles with various themed Christmas trees in all rooms of the house. Colours which would not sell a couple of years previously are now suddenly best sellers. The way to prevent you completely changing all your decorations every year, and saving a fortune, is to buy the majority of decorations in one colour and just change a few accent colours. Co-ordinating colours are Clara’s strength as you can tell from the beautifully harmonious displays in the Gift department.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Slim artificial Christmas trees can be around 18ins (45cm) narrower at the base than the full-size trees whereas the pencil trees can be half the width of the slim trees. The pencil trees are ideal if you live somewhere where space for a large Christmas tree is non-existent as they are slim enough to tuck into a corner behind the TV or place one either side of a doorway to create a grand entrance. They can look just as stunning as a full size tree, just pile on the decorations and they will look truly opulent.
The trees are also available with a frosted or snowy finish which is currently very popular as they look stunning when fully decorated. If you are decorating your tree on a budget these trees are perfect as you can use seed or flower heads sprayed with antique gold or copper, bunch together twisted willow or hazel twigs sprayed white. Make paper pompom decorations in natural or Arctic colours, let the kids make their own salt dough decorations and paint them in a naturalistic design. 
Yes, the construction and the quality of the materials is exactly the same and the trees are also covered by the Hayes Lifetime Warranty, approximately 15 years. The warranty covers defective workmanship and materials not damage sustained through incorrect storage or erection. We only source trees from the worlds' top manufacturers so we can be certain that we are giving our customers the very best merchandise.

Buyers guide to slim and pencil Christmas trees

The vast majority of artificial Christmas trees are the traditional cone shape with a fairly large base, however many of us now live in spaces where one of these wide trees are just not possible. In recent years the slim and pencil trees have become a lot more popular and can still be decorated to stunning effect. The pencil trees are ultra slim and can easily go behind a sofa, in a narrow hallway or 2 trees can look stunning framing a doorway.

When it comes to artificial Christmas trees the stand-out favourite with Hayes customers is the Weeping Spruce artificial tree, due to the fact that you can hardly tell the difference between this tree and a real forest spruce. The branches are a PE (polyethylene) and PVC mix, PE branches are made in moulds taken from real trees and they also have that slight waxy feel of a real conifer. The outline of the tree is irregular and not the traditional straight sided cone shape which adds to its authentic feel. The Frasier Grande artificial Christmas tree not only has the PE branches but also Memory Wire which cuts down on the amount of time it takes to arrange the branches. The first time you erect the tree it will need the branches arranging to your satisfaction then in future years it will just spring into shape as soon as you take it out of the box and connect the sections. The Kingswood Fir pencil trees are another best seller as they have a smattering of frost and are pre-lit giving you a stylish sculptural tree which is ideal for providing a focal point or for framing a doorway. The lights are low-energy LEDs giving you a bright light, for very little cost; all our trees have LED lights with replaceable bulbs which we will replace for the lifetime of the tree. Click here to read the Hayes artificial Christmas tree warranty.

Artificial Christmas trees have come a long way from the rigid traditional bright green which scream artificial. The colours of the best quality PE (polyethylene) trees now have that natural slight yellow/blue hue to the branches. In recent years frosted and snowy artificial trees have really taken off as their colour lends itself to a wintery Scandi Arctic colour palette; click here to read the blog giving you tips on how to achieve that Scandi look. The Kingswood Fir pencil tree range comes with a smattering of frost, so if space is tight and you love a cool colour palette then this is the tree for you. The Snowy Westbury Pine artificial tree comes with snow tipped branches and pre-decorated with holly berries so if you are fan of the traditional this is the one for you, just add some red and white baubles, extra sprigs of berries and some bows for an easy spectacular tree. If you would like a little more advice on what colours go together click here to read our tips on how to choose the colours for your Christmas tree.