Don’t you need an ordinary Christmas tree? Or would you like an additional one for another room? Then these amazing Christmas tree alternatives are your choice! They are made of different materials, in different colors and designs, so that each of you can find something that he or she can make. Take a look at the ideas below.
Wall-mounted Christmas tree alternatives
A wall-mounted Christmas tree takes up no space, is usually easy to make, and can be placed anywhere you want. The tree can be made of ornaments and garlands attached to the wall, evergreen branches, just lights, wooden discs, book pages, PVC pipes and many other things that you like. A popular idea now is to make a frame out of a tree out of evergreen garlands and attach ornaments and other decor to it. If you don’t have a lot of time, take duct tape and attach it to the wall, then add ornaments. Fairy lights are also great for creating a Christmas tree right on the wall. Pick any color and design your tree. If you are a handyman, you can make a PVC pipe Christmas tree with ornaments and pine cones. You can also opt for a Christmas tree artwork in a frame that can be moved anywhere, and such a tree can also be made of anything from brooches and rhinestones to garlands of pearls.
Other Christmas tree alternatives
What other Christmas tree alternatives can you rock? It can be a ladder tree – take a ladder, decorate it with lights, ornaments and pine cones, and put your family pictures in frames. Another idea is to make a Christmas tree out of hanging Christmas ornaments. This is a very creative floating tree idea, but you will have to spend a lot of time sculpting it. Plywood silhouette and frame Christmas trees are a popular idea for modern spaces, they can be decorated with different things from ornaments to lights. For fun, place a large cactus in place of a Christmas tree, decorate it with brightly colored ornaments and pompoms, and organize your cool Mexico-inspired Christmas party. If you’d like to make some of these trees yourself, check out our roundup.
Moroccan-inspired accents are a popular idea for spicing up any interior, from boho to modern. They add a bit of exoticism. One of the coolest ways to add that flavor is to use Moroccan tiles all over your house - they're usually brightly colored and patterned so they're sure to add a bold touch. Here are some ideas to inspire you.
Create a gorgeous kitchen backsplash with Moroccan-inspired tiles. You can also cover the entire countertop for more attention. These can be patterned tiles or tiles in the really Moroccan shapes and some bold colors - it's up to your desire. Another interesting idea is to cover the kitchen island with such tiles and add a wooden top that looks very unusual!
Finishing bathrooms with Moroccan tiles is a great idea: cover the floor with it or choose a wall and make it an accent. The tiles should match the colors of the bathroom and don't worry - they will go with almost any style. Beautify a neutral or monochrome room, or add a splash of color to a bright bathroom with bold Moroccan tiles.