Just because you have small digs it doesn’t mean you can’t wow with your holiday décor. When done right, your Christmas decorating scheme can make your space cozy, cheery, and bright. That’s what the season is all about, right?
Get the ball rolling with these decorating tips and Christmas trees for small spaces.
Choose a Tree that Fits
Jennifer Perkins decorates a tiny house with a pencil Christmas tree
Let’s face it. A full Christmas tree will cramp your style. Make sure your home is comfortable for everyone with fun and fabulous space-saving Christmas trees. Furthermore, they won’t compromise your unique decorating theme.
Tip 1: It’s all about placement. The smaller space, the more strategic the location. Consider a consider a slim, pencil, flatback, or corner Christmas tree.
#1 The Flatback Tree
This half tree has your back! That’s because while the one it has is flat, its front is every bit as lush and fun to decorate as a full tree.
Treetopia’s My Better Half Christmas Tree
The clincher? The flatback Christmas tree doesn’t need a stand but hangs on your wall, giving you more floor space for your pile of presents.
#2 The Corner Tree
You’ll want this beauty standing in your corner. This Christmas tree type is a quarter of a full one so it fits in nooks and crannies.
Treetopia’s In Your Corner Christmas Tree
Plus, fully-hinged branches and professionally strung lights make it every bit as eye-catching as a full Christmas tree.
#3 The Slim Tree
If you can spare a little more space, this type of tree is a great choice.
The slim Treetopia Basics Gold Tree
The slim Christmas tree isn’t as wide as a full tree. But, make no mistake. It’s foliage more than makes up for its narrow profile. The in and out branch arrangement makes it perfect for showing off ornaments.
#4 The Pencil Tree
This sleek pencil-shaped number gives any space a modern and chic vibe. Some pencil Christmas trees come pre-lit and in different colors, too.
Treetopia’s Skim Milk White Pencil Tree
Tip 2: Corner and flatback Christmas trees are perfect for studios and lofts. A townhouse or more spacious apartment can accommodate a slim or pencil Christmas tree.
You need to consider the size and weight of your ornaments, especially when you’re using a narrow tree. Large and heavy ornaments can cause your tree to bend to one side, if not topple over.
A colorful, large but light tree topper by Jennifer Perkins
Tip 1: Be careful with your choice of tree topper. A large one might draw attention from the other decorations. If an oversized tree topper is part of the plan, make sure it’s lightweight and anchored to the top of your tree.
Crafts by Courtney created stunning ocean-inspired slim tree decor
Tip 2: Plan out a meaningful decorating theme. For instance, if you love the sea then go with a coastal motif using soft blues, pure whites, seashells, and corals.
Adorable pencil tree decor by Lizzy of The Connoisseur of Cute
Tip 3: Rule breaker? Choose a tree in your favorite hue and deck it out with ornaments in sassy colors.
Black and white ornaments match this room’s color scheme
Tip 4: Go monochromatic with colors that match your walls and furniture. It ties in the entire decorating scheme of the room while making your Christmas tree stand out.
Don’t Forget the Accents
Go beyond the artificial Christmas tree and add more decorative accents to your small home. However, don’t add large, clunky objects that will eat up precious space. Instead, use wreaths and garlands.
Vanessa of This Joyful Life looped a garland around her banister
Tip 1: Decorate furniture pieces or fixtures like your dining table, curtain rod, or banister. Use a wreath as a centerpiece or wind garlands around railings. Be creative!
A tiny house wreath for a tiny home by Jennifer Perkins
Tip 2: Hang a wreath on your door or garlands from your ceiling. These help play up your holiday decorating theme.
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