We’re entering a great time Christmas and, of course, the Christmas tree cannot be missing (what would be on these dates without it). The problem comes when you have endless options for decorations, garlands and lights. Not to mention the tree itself and all the aesthetics that surrounds it, like the famous Bethlehem.

And it’s quite normal to doubt whether you have enough light and decorations to decorate the tree. We tend to err on the side of “more is better,” but that might not work.

We all want it to be the best, and yes, at family dinners, we don’t want people commenting on how ugly we are. woodMaybe we should be careful.

Luckily, getting an impressive Christmas tree is now easier with a handy online tool. This Christmas tree decoration calculator will tell you exactly how much decoration you need to get the look you want, or at least a slightly less “baroque” look.

Use this calculator if you want to be successful this Christmas with your Christmas tree.

This Christmas tree calculator answers a series of questions to determine how much decorations and lights will fit. Consider the height of the tree, the size of the decorations, and whether you want it to look minimal or bulky.

Once you have selected your options, the calculator will tell you how many decorations and how many the lights you need to get the desired effect. Let’s take an example.

Use this calculator if you want to be successful this Christmas with your Christmas tree.

Imagine we have a 1.5 meter tall tree and medium sized decorations. We understand that we need an average level of showiness, something normal, and we confirm that our tree is complete (it is wide and consists of two parts).

Before we start running the calculator, please note that measurements are in feet, so we need to convert. Equally We leave to you that the measures they propose are equivalent to:

  • 3 ft: 0.914 m
  • 4 ft: 1219 m
  • 5 feet: 1524 m
  • 6 feet: 1828 m
  • 7 ft: 2133 m
  • 8 ft: 2438 m
  • 9 ft: 2743 m

Use this calculator if you want to be successful this Christmas with your Christmas tree.

Once we’ve all chosen here is the result: 88 decorations and 624 LEDs. Of course, it’s important to clarify that while this is a good starting point, the calculator doesn’t take into account size differences in jewelry or other jewelry. This is somewhat revealing.

As far as placing decorations and lights on the tree, this step is up to you, although it will be easier if you start from the top or bottom and add the lights first. Then spread the decorations evenly around the tree and fill in the gaps with others. You will definitely succeed.