The first year my husband and I lived together we had the saddest little white glitter tree. It was so puny that we had to keep it standing by tying a string from a branch to a nearby window sill. We loved that tree because it was anything but typical.
Personally, I now love having a traditional green tree in all the usual colors. However a modern twist on the Tree is just plain fun. Whether it’s a little extra decoration, or actually meant to be your tree, I think these 10 tree’s are worthy of adorning any spot in your home.
Don’t want to cut down a tree each year? This plywood tree from Buro North is a modern way to celebrate Christmas and remain Eco friendly.
If you are a lover of all things shabby chic, or appreciate a vintage look, then this tree from Apartment Therapy is right up your alley.
Get the free downloadable template from Makedo and make your own cardboard Christmas Tree. Imagine the possibilities.
This is a great one for outdoors or indoors, from Atelierrueverte.
Live Eco has this tree made of planks of driftwood. It’s cute and could potentially cost you nothing at all.
No, there is nothing weird about hanging up a massive tapestry with a Christmas tree printed onto it. Kind of cute actually. IKEA makes them plain so that you can adorn them with your own ornaments.
This tree is fun for your little ones. If you have a toddler, then this tree made of felt is just the right height, and can possibly distract them from your real tree. Maybe.
Make your own tree using decorative tape and any ornaments you desire. This one from IDA can travel around with you wherever you wish to go.
This one is less about the tree and more about what you choose to decorate it with. No one else will have anything like it. These stringed stars are from Bijzander, or you can make your own.
This just might be the cheapest and most creative Christmas Tree of all. Paint chalkboard paint on an entire wall and then draw your very own tree. This is something the whole family might have fun doing together.