Decking your halls for the holidays may seem like a huge challenge when you are dealing with a small space. If Christmas is your favorite holiday, fear not. Today we are going to share four options for the perfect Christmas trees for small rooms. Each of the trees in this collection was designed with small spaces in mind. You don’t have to sacrifice holiday cheer to save on floor space when you rely on one of these festive Christmas trees. The hardest part will be deciding which of these space-saving Christmas trees will make the best addition to your home for the holidays.
The Perfect Christmas Trees For Small Rooms
Flat-Back Christmas Trees:
When you want all the height and beauty of a full Christmas tree but only have a fraction of the space, a flat-back Christmas tree makes the perfect solution. These innovative Christmas trees can be pushed right up against the wall but offer all the fullness of a natural tree. Flat-back Christmas trees are available in a variety of heights, styles, and colors, making it easy to find the perfect addition to your Christmas decor. These artificial Christmas trees come on stands designed to push up against the wall as well.
Slim or Pencil Trees
Over recent years we have seen slim Christmas trees and pencil trees growing in popularity. These trees offer full height but take up just a fraction of the space. Their narrow, tapered shape makes them ideal for small footprints. Nestle one between two arm chairs, at the bottom of a staircase, or decorating an entryway. Slim Christmas trees aren’t just for small homes. They are also a great solution for adding a little extra holiday cheer to narrow spaces in a larger home. A colorful pencil tree makes a fun addition to a Child’s bedroom while a pair of slim trees can make a grand statement flanking a fireplace.
Tabletop Christmas Trees
When you have a small space, consider elevating a small Christmas trees. Tabletop trees offer all the beauty of a full-sized tree in a much smaller package. Many of these little trees come already potted in decorative urns, planters, and baskets, eliminating the need for a tree skirt. Place them in the center of an entry table, on a dining room buffet, or even on top of a plant stand. These little trees also make a fun addition to a child’s dresser or nightstand. Go traditional with a full spruce or give your space a modern look by featuring a metallic Christmas tree.
Upside Down Christmas Trees
When you lack floor space in your home, consider decorating your home from the top down. Upside down Christmas trees are available in flat-back and corner varieties. Both of these options take the full part of the tree up to your ceiling and taper down to the skinny point at the floor. This inverted design draws your eye up while taking up minimal floor space. Imagine how festive and contemporary an upside down Christmas tree would look in the center of a seating area or corner of a dining room.
How Do You Decorate Your Small Space for the Holidays?
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