If you are shopping for a pretty yet affordable Christmas tree, this roundup is for you! Today I am sharing my favorite artificial trees under $300–three that I have in my own home, plus three more that have great reviews. I hope you find this post helpful if you are on the hunt. Whether you love a snowy flocked tree, a traditional green tree, or sparse tree for a minimalist look, there are some great options this year that won’t break the bank. Keep reading for the best artificial Christmas trees for 2022! Then, check out my Cozy Christmas Decor Guide for more inspiration.
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Best Artificial Christmas Trees Roundup
For reference, all of these artificial trees are 7.5 feet tall. One is unlit, two have clear incandescent lights, and three have color changing LED lights.
The prices vary based on the quality of the branches, the style of lights, and the quantity of lights. Be sure to consider which features are the most important to you!
- 90” Artificial Spruce Christmas Tree, Wayfair, $215 (no lights)
- 7.5 ft. Starry Light Fraser Fir Flocked Christmas Tree, The Home Depot, $299 (color changing LEDs)
- 7.5 ft Jackson Noble Christmas Tree, The Home Depot, $299 (color changing LEDs)
- 7.5 ft Pre-Lit Quick Set Jasper Artificial Christmas Tree, Michaels, $230 (clear incandescent lights)
- Holiday Time Prelit Liberty Pine Artificial Christmas Tree 7.5′, Walmart, $169 (color changing LEDs)
- Puleo International 7.5 Ft Pre-Lit Aspen Fir Christmas Tree, Amazon, $270 (clear incandescent lights)
Which tree is your favorite? So many pretty options!
Artificial Christmas Trees Styled in Our Home
We have three of the trees from this roundup, so here are photos of them styled to give you a better idea of the various looks! I wanted to mention that I was gifted the first two trees below in exchange for creating other content this year. I was not required to write a blog post. As always, I only share products I love!
Traditional Green Christmas Tree
The 7.5 ft Jackson Noble Christmas Tree has color changing LED lights, eight light functions, and a remote. It comes in three heights and two widths. Ours is the 7.5 ft regular/full shape. The branch tips look realistic and the lights are so beautiful.
I used metallic baubles, snowflakes, nutcrackers, and plaid ribbon to create a nostalgic vibe! If you are looking for a green Christmas tree with a traditional shape, this is a great one.
Flocked Christmas Tree
This is my first year styling a flocked tree! The 7.5 ft. Starry Light Fraser Fir has color changing LED lights, eight light functions, and a remote. I especially love the “twinkle” light mode on this tree and that it gives off a softer glow due to the flocking.
This tree is so pretty on its own that I only added a few silver ornaments and some wavy bows that remind me of candy ribbon. If you love the snowy, woodland style, this is a great pick! It would also be so cute in a playroom or kids’ room with a few more whimsical ornaments to complete the fairytale look.
Cashmere Christmas Tree
Several years ago I purchased this 7.5 ft Pre-Lit Jasper Tree for our living room. The branches have a “cashmere” finish which softens the look, and the incandescent lights are so pretty. Last year I styled it with wood bead garland and green, bronze, and champagne ornaments for an organic modern look.
Sparse Christmas Tree
I did not include our King of Christmas 7′ King Noble Fir Unlit in my roundup above because it is usually over $300, but I just realized it is on sale right now for $270!
Similar options for a sparse Christmas tree are the 90” Artificial Spruce or the 7.5 Ft Pre-Lit Aspen Fir included in the roundup. Personally I would choose the pre-lit option when it comes to a sparse tree because it is a challenge to hide the wires. (In the image above there are no lights on the tree. You can see what it looked like with lights added in last year’s Christmas home tour!)
I hope you found this post helpful if you are searching for the best artificial Christmas trees for 2022! Which tree and style is your favorite? XO,