Tree Skirt Measuring Guide

Tree skirts' dimensions are from outer edge to outer edge, the whole width/diameter including the center hole.
The size should be based on the width of the bottom branches and the angle of the tree stand. For example, a tree's bottom branch width is 25 inches, however because of the rise of the tree stand, a 30-inch skirt is needed.

***How to Measure: Start at the trunk, at the top of the tree stand, angle down to the floor, ending at the tip of the bottom branches. Take this measurement x 2 = the size of the tree skirt, rounding up or down depending on your preference.

Contact us for custom sizes up to 40 inches!