Interior Design | Minimal Alternative Christmas Tree Ideas

24. December 2015

Alternative Christmas Trees DIY

Source: Pinterest, Frichic

I have to confess I am no fan of traditional decoration. Therefore, I prefer a minimal alternative Christmas tree. Understated, minimal decor is often more visually appealing than its cluttered counterpart.

Below you will find a few last minute minimal alternative Christmas tree ideas to DIY. From using washi tape to draw a tree on your wall, to using sticks, cardboard, minimal Christmas decoration elements, and even polaroids, the sky is the limit when it comes to ideas to create a homely Christmas atmosphere.

Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas time!

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2 responses to “Interior Design | Minimal Alternative Christmas Tree Ideas”

  1. Rabeeah Ali says:

    Such cute ideas! Love the photos + wash tape combo! Love it!
    xoxo,
    Rabeeah
    http://www.mystylesketchbook.blogspot.com

  2. […] you are not into traditional Christmas decoration, opting for a minimal Christmas tree is not only aesthetically pleasing, but also saves lots of […]

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