Christmas Trees

Bring that festive feeling to your home with our range of stylish Christmas trees. From artificial Christmas trees and flocked Christmas trees to table top Christmas trees, we’ve got the perfect tree to suit your desired style! As you know, a tree isn't complete without the dazzle of some beautiful Christmas tree decorations - we've got a variety of colours & designs from traditional christmas decorations to modern winter greenery & sparkle.

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Just imagine – that moment where you gather around with your family and friends for that precious moment in front of your Christmas tree! The iconic Christmas tree is a beautiful tradition that has been around since the 16th century, originating as we know it around 400 years ago in Germany. Since then, Christmas trees have been a staple in many living rooms, dining rooms, foyers, hallways, and reception areas (and just about anywhere else) whenever December is approaching.

Your Christmas tree will brighten up your living space in a way that will make you never want to take it down and ignite all the debates about when it should be…

If you are not sure which tree to buy, here is a small guide to help:


You need somewhere to place all of your lovingly wrapped gifts and where better than a Christmas tree as the centrepiece of your home!

With our artificial Christmas trees, there's no need to worry about needles falling off which can be a hassle to regularly vacuum in order to keep your floor tidy. Plus, if you have a small furry friend as part of the family then the pine needles of a real tree can get stuck in their paws, if left unnoticed on your floor.

Even better – you can bring yours out year after year when it's easy to store away in the garage, loft or storage room. We even have a range of Christmas storage & accessories to help!

If you're after the look and fullness of a real tree but the convenience of an artificial tree, the Robert Dyas 7Ft Victoria Pine Tree could be the perfect one for your home.

Overall, whether you choose an artificial or natural tree, Christmas would not be the same without one! 

From a table top tree to an 8ft tree, we’ve got the range of sizes you need and more! To find the right height for your home, it’s best to allow at least 1 ½ feet to six inches between the top of the tree and your ceiling. Don’t forget to take into account for the height of your tree stand and the tree topper you want to use – the angel or star needs a little bit of extra space!

Our trees come in all shapes to fit a variety of spaces, from narrow to full. Choose a tree that will fill your space and fit in effortlessly without having to rearrange your furniture or climbing up your walls that may mark them.

Following your style and colour theme is essential when decorating your home. We all know that it needs to be a perfect match as you’ll get a lot of visitors during the Christmas period to show off to! There’s no rule on which colour, style or shape your tree should be – it’s simply all down to your choice. The traditional green is a popular colour and can make those artificial trees look a bit more realistic if that’s the look you’re going for. Our Christmas trees comes in a variety of colour shades from dark to light green to gold and silver, so there’s plenty of options for you to choose from. You can even have a bit of fun and choose more than one tree in different colours – depending on if you various colour themed rooms of your house. Gold and silver give that touch of elegance which some matching decorations to truly make your home something to be proud of. Alternatively, the light or dark green can be paired with a mix of colourful decorations that will fill your lounge with colour and keep that festive cheer for all!

You can either decorate your tree with your family as a festive tradition or simply get a tree that’s already decorated for your benefit! Our pre-lit Christmas trees are also a good option as they are easy to set up, so you can get into the festive mood much more quickly! Our fibre optic Christmas trees have their lights directly built into the tree so you can sit back and relax, appreciating your beautiful decoration with little effort.  

Whether you opt for an unlit artificial tree, pre-lit artificial tree, table top tree or something else... at Robert Dyas, we have plenty of different options to fit the space and style of your home.



How to decorate a Christmas tree

Decorating a Christmas needs four fundamentals of Christmas tree decorations: baubles, tinsel, lights, and a star or angel on top. First, you’ll want to start with your lights, as winding them round all of your ornaments might be a bit laborious! Then, drape your tinsel. Once you’ve done all this, you’ll know all of the perfect places to hang your baubles and ornaments, and you can adjust the wrap-around decorations as you see fit.

When to take a Christmas tree down

This question has no doubt sparked many debates in your family! Does your Christmas tree go up on the first day of December, or are you a die-hard believer in the 12 days of Christmas? If the latter is the case, then you might want to take your Christmas tree down within the first week of January. However, some households prefer to take it down before New Year’s Eve, but we think it just adds to the festivity and sparkles. It’s completely up to you!

Where did the Christmas tree originate?

The modern Christmas tree as we all know it - a decorated fir tree brought inside to celebrate Christmas - originated in Christian Germany in the 16th century. However, it first came to popularity in Great Britain in 1846, when Queen Victoria and her German husband Prince Albert were illustrated standing around a decorated Christmas tree. We have her to thank for its popularity now, as it immediately become ‘the thing to do at Christmas’ and has been since Victorian times!

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