Aytai Christmas Tree Skirt

Last updated date: October 8, 2019

DWYM Score

8.9

Aytai Christmas Tree Skirt

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We looked at the top Tree Skirts and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Tree Skirt you should buy.

Editor's Note November 25, 2020:
Checkout The Best Tree Skirt for a detailed review of all the top tree skirts.

Overall Take


In our analysis, the Aytai Aytai Christmas Tree Skirt placed 8th when we looked at the top 14 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Christmas Decoration Main Color: Khaki Burlap, white snowflake, white ribbon Size: Approx.48"(4 feet/122cm) Diameter Material: 100% jute burlap Pattern: White snowflake Printed Weight: Approx.400G Packing List: 1pcs burlap Christmas tree skirt Our Goal is to Let You Take Time to Enjoy The Service.

Expert Reviews

Expert Summarized Score

9.5
1 expert reviews

User Summarized Score

8.6
122 user reviews

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An Overview On Tree Skirts

A beautifully decorated house is beneficial any time of year, but it’s extra special around the holidays. Festive lights, eye-catching ornaments and the perfect tree give your home a warmth and sense of harmony that everyone can enjoy. A holiday home deserves all the little touches of the season, and one of those touches is a tree skirt. 

Aside from being a stunning addition to your decor, tree skirts also grab pine needles that fall from real trees and create a finished look for artificial trees. They make a pretty backdrop for piles of gifts, and they’re a picture-perfect spot for your furry friend to curl up during winter’s chill.

Tree skirts come in many shapes and sizes. Smaller ones are perfect for shorter trees or thin, pencil-style firs. Larger designs add a grand look to your holiday centerpiece. If you want a rustic, farmhouse-style look, a burlap tree skirt can add that feel to your living room. Red skirts with furry white trim are a classic choice. Plaid patterns are a homey pick, and puffball hems are a fun addition. 

It’s easy to add a tree skirt to your pine tree. Just loop it around the bottom of your tree (some of them cover the water bowl for real trees), and secure it with the closure. Some skirts have hook-and-loop closures. Others use Velcro or have buttons for a detailed touch.

You can choose a tree skirt solely based on looks, but there are other considerations to make. Our Tips & Advice will help you narrow down your options.

The Tree Skirt Buying Guide

  • Check out what materials your skirt is made from before you buy. This will affect how it stands up to wear and tear and how you clean it. Burlap skirts can hold up for years with very little care. The pattern on plaid skirts can hide minor stains. Cotton skirts need gentle attention to prevent colors from bleeding. 
  • If you have pets or children who love hanging out under the tree, buy a hearty skirt that can withstand curious hands and pesky paw prints. Features like hand-sewn details and pom-pom hem accessories might not survive the holidays with kids or pets.
  • Measure out the size of the area where your tree will sit before you pick a tree skirt. You want your tree skirt to shine, and it won’t show off your decor if it’s crumpled up against a corner.
  • You should also consider the size of your tree before you order your skirt. Short trees or slender trees work well with smaller tree skirts (think 30 to 40-inches in diameter). For an imposing classic tree that’s seven feet or taller, you’ll want a skirt in the 48 to 56-inch diameter range.
  • Cleaning a tree skirt might be tricky, but it’s not impossible. Most skirts don’t get along well with your washer and dryer. If your skirt is safe to hand wash, you can swish it around in a small bucket filled with cold water and Woolite. Rinse the tree skirt in a bucket with clean cool water until the water runs clear. Remove excess water from the skirt by nestling it between a few thick, dry, clean towels, or place it in your dryer’s spin cycle on no heat. You can shake it gently to remove wrinkles, or use an iron if the care instructions say it’s safe.
  • If you only need to spot-clean your tree skirt, make sure you remove any dry messes with a butter knife before you get started. Dampen a soft white cloth or paper towel with cool water, then blot until the stain disappears. If it won’t budge, or if your skirt has many small details or hand sewing, you’ll want to make a trip to the dry cleaner.