‘Tis the season to be jolly. Well, you know what season this is. Everyone loves Christmas trees, however, a tree can take up a lot of space! Everywhere you go there are Christmas jingles and chimes in shopping malls, on the radio or online. Are you space-challenged? Bored of the same green plastic tree you unpack and assemble every Christmas? Sounds like it’s time for some new Christmas tree ideas for your home. The tree is the most important piece of decor for the Christmas holiday, and we have some unconventional inspiration coming your way. It might be a tradition for some families to have a Christmas Tree during holiday. But if you live in a small place or simply fed up with real christmas trees, you can DIY your own Christmas tree without dealing with any pine needles. The selection includes DIY, rustic, space-saving, contemporary and avant-garde Christmas trees, and all have something in common: they’re big on imagination.
This time, we wanted to show you 20 of the most creative, recycled, or simply fun Christmas trees around to inspire you with unconventional ideas for the brightest and coziest holidays of all! Get inspired by our Christmas tree ideas, and add one to your living room, bedroom, office or anywhere a little Christmas cheer is required. The following ideas are some of the coolest, prettiest and most delicious non-traditional trees we’ve found around the web. They can be made in many sizes and would fit in a variety of spaces! By the end you will be so happy to know that – Yes, you can have any Christmas trees even in a tiny apartment! Let us know your favorites in the comments below!
Wood Branch Christmas tree
Find some unused wood branches, choose or cut them into different length. Paint with your favarite color then add some decoration. Connect those branches and hanging them on the wall…. Then you will have a wood Christmas tree.
This unusual Christmas tree is a clever way to reuse an old wooden pallet during the holiday season. No any cutting job needed, you just paint the Christmas tree directly onto the pallet. When it’s dry, a few nails can be tapped into place to provide the perfect place to hang a few ornaments.
Origami Christmas tree
It is super small compared to a real Christmas tree, but you can make them yourself. And if you make a few of these, you can create your own Christmas tree forest.