While December 26 marks the end of Christmas, the holiday season isn't officially over until you take all your festive decorations down. If, like the Queen herself, you wait until the latest possible time to do so—and you’re still bummed about boxing up those hand-made ornaments and over-the-top lawn inflatables, we have good news for you : You can keep the Christmas spirit alive for Valentine’s Day—with pink ceramic trees.
A common Christmas decoration in the 1960s and 1970s, the ceramic tree has recently gained popularity again thanks to a resurgence in midcentury design. You can now find them retailers like Etsy, Walmart, and Amazon. In fact, the nostalgic trees have become so sought-after that they’re available in colors and styles that deviate from the traditional green ceramic Christmas trees. Enter: pink ceramic trees.
A good choice for mid-February home decor, pink ceramic trees fit perfectly with Valentine’s Day’s typical red and pink color scheme. This handmade pink tree sold by Teresa’s Ceramics on Etsy even lights up!
Available on Amazon, this 11 inch tall ceramic tree is handcrafted and fired in a kiln. It’s painted in a pink stain, then dry brushed white and is small enough that the seller suggests it could even be used as a night light. Customers love the quality and design of the tree. “[I] love this tree!” one reviewer wrote. “It’s the perfect size and beautifully designed. So glad I made this purchase! It’s staying up all year round.”
If you’re looking for something larger, check out this oversized ceramic tree at QVC. It’s 24 inches high, and it features colorful Christmas lights that light up when plugged in. Customers love its size and the way it looks in windows.
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