How About a Pink Christmas Tree?
Is pink the new green? If you're talking about Christmas trees, the answer could be yes. Most people like green trees, or perhaps a green tree flocked in white, but retailers are discovering that for some people, plain ol' green just no longer cuts it. If you're one of the fashion trendsetters who likes pink Christmas trees, take a look at the options below and get ready to add some fun color to your holiday decor with these trees.
(Image of pink Christmas tree provided by amazon)
If you're looking to make a bold statement with your tree, this bubble gum pink tree from Christmas Tree for Me will make it loud and clear. Be bold! Be daring! Be pink!
Height: 7.5 Foot
Base Width: 42 Inch
Lights: 400 Pink, Mini Lights, If one bulb burns out, the rest stay lit.
Bulbs: Bulbs are 170 Milliamp to create a bright display of light.
Branch Tips: 898
Branch Construction: The branch needle is made of PVC.
There is a single center pole and the branches are permanently attached to the center pole using hinges.
Kurt S. Adler Pink Tinsel Christmas Tree - It's not just pink, it's pink tinsel
Kurt Adler is known for making many Christmas products, and here's one you'll like if you enjoy pink. It's a 16-inch pink tinsel Christmas tree. Perfect for placing on a small countertop or desk.
Pre-Lit Sparkling Pink Christmas Tree - 3-foot tree for smaller space
This little pink tree comes pre-lit with 50 pink mini lights.
What Do You Put on a Pink Xmas Tree? - How 'bout some pink tree ornaments?
Before Pink Trees with Pink Lights...
The history of electric tree lights
The first known electrically illuminated Christmas tree was the creation of Edward H. Johnson. While he was Vice-President of the Edison Electric Light Company, he had Christmas tree bulbs especially made for him. He proudly displayed his Christmas tree - hand-wired with 80 red, white, and blue electric light bulbs the size of walnuts - on December 22, 1882, at his home in New York City. The story was reported in the Detroit Post and Tribune by a reporter named Croffut. Croffut wrote "Last evening I walked over beyond Fifth Avenue and called at the residence of Edward H. Johnson, vice-president of Edison's electric company". Although Johnson's address at that time is not known, he lived in one of the first areas of New York City wired for electric service. Edward H. Johnson became known as the Father of Electric Christmas Tree Lights.
From that point on, electrically illuminated Christmas trees, indoors and outdoors, grew with mounting enthusiasm in the United States and elsewhere. In 1895, U.S. President Grover Cleveland proudly sponsored the first electrically lit Christmas tree in the White House. It was a huge specimen, featuring more than a hundred multicolored lights. The first commercially produced Christmas tree lamps were manufactured in strings of nine sockets by the Edison General Electric Co. of Harrison, New Jersey and advertised in the December 1901 issue of the Ladies' Home Journal. Each socket took a miniature two-candela carbon-filament lamp.
- source: Wikipedia
Is Pink the New Green?
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What Kind of Tree Do You Prefer?
baby-strollers on December 27, 2011:
The Coral cashmere tree is pretty sweet!
iamlofra lm on November 02, 2010:
I like all kinds of Christmas trees. In fact the more the merrier! Thanks for the creative idea. I have honestly never thought of a pink tree before!
Othercatt on October 11, 2010:
Well, I have two. A pink one for my bedroom and a big fake green one for the living room. But I definitely prefer the pink!
Elizabeth Sheppard from Bowling Green, Kentucky on October 06, 2010:
I have a little green tree PLUS a white tree with multicolored lights that rotate under it. So I have a traditional tree PLUS a fun colored tree.
alberttwolf on December 18, 2009:
These must be the oddest Christmas trees I've seen so far :)