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On the Balsam Hill blog, we hope to provide our readers with inspirational decorating ideas the entire family will love. Beautifully appoint your home for every holiday with our decorating tips and tricks.

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Product Backstory: Luminara™ Flameless Candles

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Here at Balsam Hill, we constantly search for the best products that are a combination of aesthetic appeal and functionality. One of our premium items, the Luminara Flameless Candle, is a fine example of this. Let us take a comprehensive look at its history and origin.

Balsam Hill’s Luminara Flameless Battery-Operated Pillar Candle

Balsam Hill’s Luminara Flameless Battery-Operated Pillar Candle

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How to String Christmas Lights on Your Tree

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Beautiful Christmas lights wrapped around a decorated tree are guaranteed to make your home look and feel festive. If you’re new at stringing lights, here are some basic tips to follow:

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Product Backstory: Crab Pot Trees

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If you are looking for an innovative alternative to traditional holiday decorations, Crab Pot Trees may be the answer. Today, we take an in-depth look at this modern twist on the classic Christmas tree.

Crab Pot Tree from Balsam Hill

Crab Pot Tree from Balsam Hill

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The Difference Between PVC and PE Christmas Trees

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While artificial Christmas trees may seem similar from afar, a closer look will show substantial difference in terms of material, fabrication, and durability. There are two types of artificial Christmas trees: the standard PVC and the ultra-realistic PE.

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)

When artificial Christmas trees were first introduced, needles were made of PVC. This material is hard-pressed into thin pieces, then cut into fine, rectangular needle-like strips. The strands are then twisted between two strings of wire to outline the tree branches. Read This Entry