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A few holidays ago, we proposed alternative ways to decorate your home for Christmas. This year, we decided to bring up new ideas while revisiting some old ones.

A lot people tend to go crazy when it comes to decorating their homes/condos/apartments for the holidays and we must say that it can be pretty tacky and overwhelming at times, this includes Christmas trees too. If you’re one of those victims, don’t fall into this vicious cycle again this year and try to do something different. One of the easiest places to start is your tree, try doing something that is not so traditional this year to mix things up. Here are some ideas to get you started on your way to a non-tacky Christmas. These ideas can also be implemented if you’re limited on space, don’t have a fake Christmas tree or don’t want to deal with the hassle of getting a real one.

Let us know what you think!

Who said that gifts and cards should be under the tree?

Credits: ofdotsandthings, babble

For all the bookworms out there, these will be your Christmas dream. Just put your books (or pages) together, et voilà… your Christmas tree is ready!

Credits: al.com, realhomesense, wordswewomenwrite, thechicsite, wonderhowto, lizmarieblog

Want to save some square-footage? Just have your Christmas tree on the wall! We simply love them all. Perfect for condo dwellers.

Credits: Christmas365Greetings, babble, apartmentterapy, thenest, brit, unknown

Not safe for kids and pets, but still fun!

Credits: evite, atitudessustentaveis, fineartamerica, pinimg, apartmenttherapy, pinimg

We’re not sure if these can be defined as Christmas “trees,” but they are something out of the ordinary.

Credit: littlethings

A few more random ideas because we really don’t have enough space to collect them all.

Credits: littlepieceofme, Christmas365Greetings, MartaStewart, thenest, vtwonen, natalieholden, lonny

Hope this has inspired you to do something great with your tree. We would love to see pictures! Don’t be shy and share them with us. 😉


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