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Robert Dyas Artifical Tree Range

There is no such thing as a typical Christmas tree. We’ve listened to our customers and have noted the fantastic diversity of trees available today

Christmas trees are just as, if not more, diverse than people. Short and tall, round and slim, real and fake. These are all the features of our Christmas tree that we must consider when making that all-important decision, which one should we choose?

But why do we care so much about the style of our Christmas tree? It goes beyond simply wanting something beautiful in our homes for the holidays. A tree has personality and the character must match well with our own.

Upside-down trees haven’t been on trend since the 1200s, but Robert Dyas can provide every other style of tree you ever needed both in-store and online this Christmas.

Joyti Gohil, known as the Robert Dyas Chief Elf, has researched their best-selling artificial Christmas trees and identified that having a variety of Christmas trees really puts the spice into Christmas. The Chief Elf says, “There is no such thing as a typical Christmas tree. We’ve listened to our customers and have noted the fantastic diversity of trees available today.”

Tip Top Tabletop Trees

Although there might not be enough space to fit all your presents under these, tabletop trees offer the versatility to pop a Christmas tree anywhere in the house. Whether it be dining tables, porches or bedrooms, these adaptable trees can fill a variety of spaces to make your home that bit more Christmassy.

For those with warm hearts, the Pre-Lit Richmond Tabletop 2ft Christmas Tree (was £19.49 now £12.99) will bring a traditional gentle glow to your home. Battery-powered LED lights mean long wires and finding the nearest plug socket are worries left with the ghost of Christmas past.

Alternatively, those who side with the likes of Jack Frost would love the Battery Operated Acrylic Tree – 32CM (was £13.49 now £8.99). The subtle icy-feel sits well with those dreaming of a white Christmas, whilst the multi-coloured LED lights make for an attractive northern lights effect.

Slim and Statuesque Pencil Trees

It can be hard to make a statement about how much you love Christmas and not forget that you still need space to move around your living room. Pencil trees provide the answer to how to make a big statement using the most efficient amount of space possible.

For those dark winter nights when you want to see the stars, look no further than the Grosvenor Fibre Optic Pencil Tree (3ft-6ft, £59.99 - £99.99). Wrapped with warm white lights and a larger white star on top, this tree will add the twinkle twinkle to anyone’s little star.

Meanwhile the 6ft Duchess Slim Flocked Pre-Lit Tree (was £89.99 now £59.99) brings a grounded forest feel with a natural frosted woodland look. This easy to care for tree is designed to last year on year, although for Christmas fanatics this probably doesn’t mean you can leave the tree up all year without getting a few funny looks from the neighbours.

Celebrate the festive season in fabulous fibre-optic technicolour light with this 6ft Robert Dyas Scottsdale Fibre Optic Tree (was £134.99 now £89.99). This slim yet statuesque tree stands out as it features a vibrant display of 256 red and blue colour switch LED lights.

Star of the Show

With 220 lights the 6ft Pre-Lit Fibre Optic Star Tree (Was £209.99 now £139.99) shines like no tree you’ve ever seen. A combination of pinecones, berries and stars makes for a spectacular tree that has it all. It even comes with easy to assemble frames, who would have thought it would be so easy to raise a star?

Make a spectacular statement with the dazzling 7ft Pre-Lit Norfolk Grey Shimmer Christmas Tree (Was £179.99 now £119.99). This tree is a stunning alternative to the real thing with it’s chic and contemporary glittery grey and silver effect.

Au Naturelle

There’s no shame in replicating the beauty we see in our own natural evergreens. Without the mess that real pines can bring, these feel-real trees provide the ultimate alpine look and importantly don’t wither away come New Year.

The National Tree Company Frasier Grande Feel Real Tree with LED Lights - 7ft (Was £584.99 now £389.99) will dazzle Father Christmas when he comes down the chimney this year. This tree comes conveniently pre-lit, with branches specially moulded to hang all your decorations on.

Feeling like there isn’t going to be enough snow this year? Then choose the National Tree Company Frosted Andorra Feel Real Fir Tree with LED Lights - 6ft (Was £254.99 now £169.99) or the Mix Tip Green Flocked Tree - 6ft (Was £199.99 now £129.99) for the popular frosted snow effect. Both have ample space to hang your tinsel to balance the natural and modern look for your tree.

Retro-Root with Tinsel Trees

Some may see red and green as the traditional colours of Christmas, but others understand that Christmas decorating is not complete without a sparkle of gold and silver. That’s why this year Robert Dyas is bringing back the Gold Tinsel Tree (Was £14.99 now £9.99) and the Silver Tinsel Tree (Was £14.99 now £9.99) straight from the 70s. Bop along with these trees and Paul McCartney’s Wonderful Christmas Time in the background and you might just think that it’s not 2019 anymore.


Prices are correct to the time the press release was issued. For more information please visit the Robert Dyas website.

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About Robert Dyas

From the innovative to the everyday, you’ll find everything you need for your home and garden, from cleaning solutions and kitchen essentials to the latest DIY gadgets and gardening must-haves – all at great prices.

The extensive selection of products ranges from some of the world’s most famous brands through to exciting new start-ups. The common factor between them all is that their products share the Robert Dyas ethos for being innovative, practical and designed to last.

Robert Dyas founded the company in 1872, and it was bought by entrepreneur Theo Paphitis in 2012. Theo is one of the UK’s most high-profile businessmen with an empire spanning retail, property and finance.

The company has over 90 stores, mainly in the South of England, and also operates 24-hours a day online.

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