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There's nothing quite like the smell and feel of a real Christmas tree, but it often takes more effort and feels pretty pointless when Christmas is over compared to reusable artificial trees. So why bother buying a real one? Real trees use ten times less material and five times less energy than artificial trees and they are completely biodegradable.
There are a wide variety of sizes and shapes of artificial Christmas trees. As you browse through the different patterns, make sure they match the measurements you took. Aim for 30 centimeters between the top point of the tree and its ceiling to create the standard tree crest. Less than 150 cm: on a table, in a bedroom, a child's room or a secondary room From 150 to 170 cm: small living rooms, from 180 to 200 cm: low-ceilinged rooms, from 210 to 230 cm: standard ceilings at a height of 240 to 270 cm, from 240 to 365 cm: rooms with high ceilings.
The garland should be placed evenly all around the tree. It's best to wrap the yarn around your hands starting at the end of the garland and ending on the opposite side of the socket. Decorating a tree with the help of light garlands is carried out by alternating the top and bottom in the form of a pyramid.
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