We Found Half Christmas Trees That Will Make Decorating So Much Simpler

Deck the halls, no matter how large or small!

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We’re heading full-throttle toward the end of the year, which means it’s time to start thinking about all things Christmas. From Hallmark movies to Christmas goodies, the world around us has slowly begun morphing into a winter wonderland, even though it’s only October.

Of course, with the holidays comes holiday decorations—and if you want to see all the ornaments on your Christmas tree, then we have the solution for you. These half Christmas trees save space without hiding any ornaments in the back, and they’re perfect for a variety of spaces. Here’s why you need one!

Half the tree, ALL the holiday fun

If you’re a fan of the beautiful Tannenbaum, this might sound ghastly. A half Christmas tree? What’s next, half a wreath? But give it a chance, and we promise, you’ll be glad you did.

These artificial trees come sliced in half down the middle, making them perfect for standing up against the wall or tucking into any small space. What’s really nice is that these prevent ornament waste—you’re not only seeing certain ones twice during the holiday season, when you put them up and when you take them down. Some of the trees even come with lights already on ’em, so, bonus! Yet another way these trees save time. Something else to consider? These adorable succulent Christmas trees!

Where can I buy one?

If you’re ready to bring a half-tree home for the holidays, you’ll be excited to note that Hammacher Schlemmer has 6.5-foot trees available for $249.95, in two varieties: white lights and rainbow lights. Sure, the price is a bit steep, but that tree will eventually pay for itself in holiday cheer.

Bed Bath & Beyond offers a 7-foot tree with white lights for $165.99, and Target has an option with a 5-foot tree with white lights for $251. (On the page, you’ll see an option to choose a size!) No matter which option you choose, you’ll be happy to save some time around the holidays! Next, find out the things your Christmas tree wishes you knew.

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Originally Published on Taste of Home