JENNA KATE AT HOME
Woven tree collars are my personal favorite style as they fit with any of the home decor styles, but particularly with my more coastal style of decorating.
Metal tree collars, and in particular galvanized tree collars, lend themselves to more of a farmhouse or industrial look.
A wooden Christmas tree collar is another way to bring a touch of rustic to your Christmas decor.
Most versions are hinged collars, so you can open them at 2 or 3 points to easily put around your real or artificial tree. However, if your collar is one piece, ensure that you put it around the base of the Christmas tree prior to putting the rest of the tree up.
Ultimately, this is a personal preference. Tree collars are more popular in 2023, and traditional tree skirts less so.
Absolutely! In fact, it’s a great idea to stop pets (or small children!) messing with the water or getting under and up the tree.
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