If you want a contemporary, non-traditional Christmas window display or a Winter or Holiday store display, I hope you will consider tannenboing for 2011. As a Seattle resident, I remember a few years ago there was a big kerfuffle when Seatac Airport put up traditional Christmas trees. Tannenboing is anything but traditional – our very modern, metal Christmas tree can be used for a variety of Winter displays and can appeal to a wide variety of shoppers.
Retailers find tannenboing appealing, as shoppers can focus on the items on display, rather than on the clean lines of the metal tree. The smooth, aluminum curves of the tannenboing really frame the merchandise and set it off.
Chef Keff, at Flying Fish, loves her tannenboing because the modern aesthetic works well with the contemporary interior and clean lines of her restaurant. And, she can re-use her flat-pack tree for years to come. She paired her tannenboing with colorful, modern, CB2 asteroid ornaments – we love the look so much, we ordered the same ornaments for our tannenboing at home!