2D Christmas trees – 8 space saving designs for this festive season

By on 18th December in Home Inspiration

We have reached that time of year when decorating our homes for the festive period is well under way and perhaps the most important addition is the Christmas tree.

When I was a child, decorating the tree was very exciting.  Remembering the touch and smell of the pine, hanging the delicate baubles, draping glittering tinsel and pretty bright lights on the branches kept us occupied for hours.  The tree was only completed once it had been topped off with the cherished Christmas fairy; all these things added to the special atmosphere at that time of the year.

But what do you do if you don’t have room to fit a tree in your home? I have scoured the web to find the most innovative Christmas tree ideas that take up hardly any space in your home and stop your friends and family from accusing you of being a ‘Scrooge’ for not getting a tree at all this year. From the inexpensive to the moderately priced, we are sure there is a tree to suit you.  Have a look at these alternative 2D space saving designs we found on Pinterest. 

 Martha Stewart

A tree made from PVC water pipe and decorated with baubles from Martha Stewart


This tree has been drawn on the wall and baubles, lights and beads have been hung from pins by The White Company


A chalk board tree from A Legg Up


Cardboard cut into tree shapes with the addition of fairy lights from Trend Hunter


A shelf tree from Apartment Therapy


Old picture frame, wire and Christmas baubles make up this tree from Better Homes and Gardens

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Lots of bits and bobs gathered together to create a tree from Flickr


The wood has been cut in to graduated lengths to create the shape of a tree from Flickr


Christmas is not complete without a tree, but what size, shape, colour or perhaps alternative designed tree will you be decorating this year?


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