Innovative Corner Christmas Tree Stand Allows You to Save Space

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Corner Concepts, LLC introduces an innovative new product, the Corner Christmas Tree Stand. Artificial Christmas trees which feature individual branches or hinged branches are compatible with the stand, which allows owners to build part of the tree and place it neatly in a corner or evenly against a wall.

For holiday enthusiasts looking to save space while decorating their artificial Christmas tree, Corner Concepts, LLC introduces an innovative new product, the Corner Christmas Tree Stand.

Artificial trees which feature individual branches or hinged branches are compatible with the stand, which allows owners to build part of the tree and place it neatly in a corner or evenly against a wall. The sturdy design makes it great for toddlers and pets since, unlike a conventional tree stand, it is resistant to tipping over.

"I came up with the idea after I tried to build only part of my tree when I was living in a cramped apartment," inventor and Corner Concepts Managing Partner Brian Hackney says, "but I couldn't find a stand that would support the tree properly."

Customer Lori Fisher says, "I'm not lazy, but I can't stand decorating the back of the tree when no one ever sees that part. Now I just decorate the front branches, and I can even use the leftover branches from the back and add them to make the tree look fuller."

The Corner Christmas Tree Stand is great for apartment dwellers, office workers, condo owners, students in dorm rooms, retailers looking to save valuable store space, seniors in retirement communities, and anyone who may have space limitations.

At the affordable price of $19.95, the stand does not require any special tree purchase and works with most artificial trees up to 12-feet tall. Go online for more information or to place an order at http://www.cornerchristmastree.com.

The Corner Concepts, LLC team is committed to creating an appealing, high quality, durable line of wall and corner tree stands, providing customers with superior space-saving alternatives for displaying their artificial Christmas trees.

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