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Christmas Tree Alternatives

Are you a traditionalist or do you enjoy stepping out of the box with your Christmas décor? Why not think more creatively about the best type of Christmas tree for your home this year and go for an alternative tree option? You only have to scroll down to find a plethora of Christmas tree alternatives I have selected for you which might actually be more suitable for your apartment too! Plus, you’ll be doing the Earth favour by not using a real tree! Now any minimalists out there who love black and white contrast?

Christmas Tree Alternatives

Minimal Christmas Tree Hege in France

How about a really stylish Christmas tree alternative made from an old torn paper framed with a string?

Christmas Tree Alternatives

Paper Tree Silvia Rademakers Styling

Fancy making a family tree this Christmas? A beautiful branch with Christmas photos from years gone by could be a great alternative Christmas tree to a traditional arrangement.

Christmas Tree Alternatives

Reflection Family Tree by Anji Johnston

If there is still driftwood in your backyard you can turn it into a wonderful Christmas tree!

Kara Rosenlund Xmas Tree

Kara Rosenlund Xmas Tree

Fancy creating a winter wonderland both indoors and out this winter? These pre-lit copper and silver birch trees from John Lewis will help you do just that!

Christmas Tree Alternatives

Pre-lit Copper and Silver Birch Trees John Lewis

I have seen so many small Christmas trees this year and I love the idea of putting them in a glass jar as you can plant them after the holidays. They’re stylish yet sustainable! Their main characteristic is that they are not adorned and just stand as a statement by themselves.

Christmas Tree Alternatives

Little Tree by Varpunen

Do you have the time to create some mini DIY Christmas tree alternatives this year! You can reproduce these using the bottle brush! You only need to give them a hair cut and dye to resemble a Christmas tree.

Christmas Tree Alternatives

Bottle Brush Christmas Trees by A Beautiful Mess

The Design Museum has commissioned one of its former Designers in Residence, Giles Miller, to design a bespoke six meter tall cardboard Christmas tree. Miller has also produced a range of smaller cardboard Christmas trees which were sold exclusively at the Design Museum Shop.

Christmas Tree Alternatives

Set of Bespoke Cardboard Christmas Trees Designed by Giles Miller Design Museum

How about a practical nod to Christmas this year?

Three lightweight wooden shelves sit together to create a simple Christmas Tree silhouette.

Christmas Tree Alternatives

Frosted Grey Christmas Tree Shelves by Cox & Cox

There are some nice alternatives to the traditional Christmas tree by creating designs directly on the wall.

Christmas Tree Alternatives

Faux Tree Sweet Paul Magazine

Creativity has no boundaries! Why not create a Christmas tree from a freckle garland handmade in Nepal?

Christmas Tree Alternatives

Christmas Tree madee from 3m Freckle Garland by Down to the Woods

Do you still have some wooden boards in your shed from a last year’s house renovation?

Christmas Tree Alternatives

Xmas Tree made from Wooden Boards Inspiratie Interieur

Do you have a box of books that you’ve been trying to give away since this summer? A dozen of hardcover castoffs can became the foundation of the Christmas tree.

Christmas Tree Alternatives

Hardcover Edition Christmas Tree by Media Tinker

If you love to bake this is a Christmas tree for you!

Christmas Tree Alternatives

Christmas Tree made from Cookies Kotivinkki

This is an especially ingenious idea for a small space! Why not hang baubles and lights from a ladder propped against the wall.

Christmas Tree Alternatives

Christmas Tree made from Ladder The White Company

Well cutlery may as well be enough to create a Christmas tree! No excuses accepted for not having a Christmas tree this year.

Christmas Tree Alternatives

Christmas Tree Made from Cutlery Reetta Pasanen

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