Top 10 Wall Christmas Trees for Small Spaces

Christmas just isn’t Christmas without a Christmas tree. They pop up in all the store window displays and bring the spirit of Christmas into Black Friday shopping. The air feels magical when those lights sparkle in your living room. It seems that tinkley bells and the smell of pine follow you wherever you go.

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However, while we all would love to have a ceiling high Christmas tree, for some it just isn’t possible. In a small apartment or loft, it’s easy to skip a tree altogether because of your small space. Don’t even think about it! Whether you live in a small space or you just don’t have the energy to put up all those lights this year, check out these 10 wall trees for an easy sparkly Christmas.

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Paint chips are free and obviously come in just about every color imaginable. All you need are your desired color chips, a large piece of paper for your background, some scissors and tape to create a modern tree that will speak of Christmas and simplicity in the same breath. (via The Red Thread)

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Getting away from the traditional red and green decor for Christmas can be the best idea you’ve ever had. Start off with a wooden tree that is still flecked with Christmas lights. And I would suggest you add a sparkly metallic contact paper star on top. (via Trendir)

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Whether you make the felt balls yourself or buy them in a long strand, tacking them to the wall in the shape of a tree is an excellent idea. You create a Christmas tree plus colorful ornaments in one genius move. (via Plumetis Magazine)

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Are you lucky enough to live near the ocean and avoid the snow? This is the perfect wall tree for your home! Collect some driftwood and use string to hang them together just right for a beach style Christmas tree. Don’t forget those mini ornaments! (via Look What I Made)

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Washi tape is so much fun because it’s available in so many different colors. Whether you create a large one for your main tree at home or a small one to Christmas-ify your work cubicle, a pretty patterned tree is sure to make you smile the whole holiday season long. (via Nalle’s House)

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What brings the sparkle to Christmas better than Christmas lights? A tree made completely out of those luminescent bulbs won’t fail to bring the Christmas magic into your home, even without the pine needles. (via A Merry Mishap)

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You’ll definitely want to go get some extra tissue paper. This wall tree is just too much fun not to have someplace in your home, even if you do have a real Christmas tree! How about your bedroom? Does it have a tree yet? (via Curbly)

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Black and white are just the perfect combo that never goes out of style. Use it to your advantage by making this perfect little Christmas Tree wall decal with tape! It’s chic, it’s modern, it’s flat and won’t take up any space. How can you resist? (via One O)

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Wall trees can be a hard way to display all your beautiful ornaments, but here is your solution. Use various sizes of PVC pipe, all glued together in the shape of a tree, to let all your Christmas ornaments out for a breather. (via Martha Stewart)

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Just because you don’t have room for the full tree doesn’t mean a few pine branches won’t fit! On your next winter walk, take a pair of shears with you and find a few branches that you can string together. Just make sure they’re sturdy enough to hold a couple ornaments and a star. (via Julia Stotz)