We love Christmas. Brightness, color, illusion and magic combine in fascinating ideas, almost always hanging from a fir tree that is redesigned every year over and over again. Do you know how you are going to put yours? If you are looking for new ways, here are 20 to inspire you. Make your own Christmas tree! In this link you have a very eco-friendly idea, based on fabric and natural trunk, you can rest it directly on the floor or hang it on the wall, on the baseboard.
1- BLACK CHRISTMAS TREE
Don’t be scared, it actually looks more elegant and beautiful than you might think. CHRISTMAS TREES… IN BLACK! Would you put one in your house?
2- PET PROOF TREE
Half christmas tree for pets
If every year you have to spend Christmas collecting balls from the tree that your sweet puppy throws with its tail or scolding your cute kitten not to climb the tree, take a look at this selection of pet-proof Christmas trees .
3- WITH YOUR JUTE BAG
With a smaller format you can choose more freely where to place the tree. This Christmas tree is from IKEA.
4- MONOCHROME TREES
Monochrome Christmas Trees Take the Guesswork Out of Christmas. How to make a monochrome DIY Christmas tree? You can watch tutorial videos on internet.
5- TREES ARE BALLS
With this tree you save buying balls and garlands, it already comes with pinecones and red details so you don’t have to add anything else. A very natural look. Buy this Berry Snowy Artificial Pine at Amazon.
6- FOR SMALL SPACES
When there is no space at home, decide on this fun solution that he proposes for lovers of the most basic DIY. Supports super flashy embellishments … from ice cream to rockets!
7- A SNOWY AND MINIMALIST TREE
That is the effect with a white decoration, a winter print where they exist.
Lot of 2 decorative christmas trees, caspar
Even if you put the big tree in a corner of the room, why not put more small trees, for example, to decorate the table.
9- WITH METAL STRUCTURE
Best christmas trees
A black metal structure in the shape of a fir tree, is the simple and original idea. A few thin hooks are the key to decorate this tree to your liking.
10- WITH ITS LIGHTS
Tired of the classic Christmas fir tree? Opt for the Scandinavian style to decorate your living room: a bare tree with small LED lights on its branches. Simplicity and design united in a peculiar proposal.
Do you miss the tree of your childhood? Revive it now with balls, snowmen and socks in the usual colors: red, green and gold. Wrap it up with garlands and crown it with a magic star. Choose assorted materials to update it into wood, glass, metal, and fabric. And don’t forget the lights! They will give you a touch of magic.
12- IN WHITE AND RED
They are the colors that best reflect the spirit of Christmas. Those that remind us of Santa Claus, glitter balls and candy canes. A classic style renewed with more current shapes and patterns and reinforced with the typical plaid and large gift packages.
13- FELT TREES
Create a center rich in textures with these Christmas trees, some candles and a pineapple on a mirrored base.
14- CHILD PROOF
Shockproof Christmas Trees
With children at home it is essential that the tree is very resistant. Tie four wooden curtain rods at one end with wool, giving them a pyramidal shape. Roll the yarn around the fir tree to the bottom, as in the picture, and decorate with colored pompoms.
15- WITH FRAMES
Shape christmas trees with frames
An elegant composition that will dress any wall in the house. Use frames of varied colors and sizes or repeat the same pattern, as in this option. Inside each one we have placed the photo of the ball that crowns the fir tree.
16- TREES WITH ECO DESIGN
Christmas trees with eco design
Paper and white. Make the silhouette of a tree with the bare branches on packing paper, cut it out and fix it to the wall with double-sided tape. Use another shade for the leaves. Chimney, from Oficios de Ayer. Mirror and carpet, from Ikea.
17- DISNEY PRINCESSES
Disney princess ornaments
This really is being a Disney fan! Seriously, we NEED a Christmas tree with these dolls … 365 days a year!
18- I DO NOT FIT A FIR IN MY HOUSE
Illuminated wall christmas tree
Ok: an XL size model is very spectacular when the living room is spacious, but if it isn’t, don’t give up on having yours. Manage other equally ideal options. For example, put a decorative vinyl with a funny tree on the wall – take a look at the ones on the Tenvinilo website – or fix on it the flat figure of a wooden or wire fir tree, like this one. Decorate it with stars, balls and mini crowns, and with a led garland with batteries. You won’t need a plug!
19- A DIY TREE WITH CONSEVA CANS
DIY Christmas tree with tin cans. If crafts (and saving) are your thing, make yourself an original and cheap Christmas tree.
20- AVANT-GARDE CHRISTMAS TREES
Also the most modern can have a Christmas tree according to their style. The options are many: geometric, minimalist, etc.