20 Tiny Christmas Trees For When You Have No Effing Space

Think of how easy the clean-up is going to be.

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If you live in a small space, Christmas poses a serious problem. Room for a standard tree may mean sacrificing your couch for the season, but a small tree just seems a little....womp womp. But hold on, because tiny trees can actually be insanely chic (and the clean-up is a total breeze). By the time you're done looking at these, you're going to want to downsize—even if you actually have room for a giant tree.

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Bottle It Up

These bottle brush trees would look insanely chic on top of a mantle.

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The Merrythought
Modern & Minimalist

Put an upside-down bucket into a wicker basket before placing the tree on top. This way, the tree's bottom branches won't be scrunched.

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Square Peg, Round Hole

Now you can save space and the trouble of cleaning up branches thanks to this pegboard tree.

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Pitcher-Perfect

A mini tree in a pitcher = the farmhouse Christmas of our dreams.

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Apartment 34
Scandinavian Tree

Keep the branches, but nix the pine with this simple, Scandinavian-inspired DIY. Attach birch branches with twine and hang ornaments with fishing line.

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Yvestown
Tree Stand 2.0

You'll have to say goodbye to your breakfast table for a few months, but this stunning display is worth it.

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Style Me Pretty
Back To The Drawing Board

This small, hand drawn tree becomes 3D by hanging ornaments on appropriately-placed nails.

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Craftberry Bush
Double Duty

Your mini tree can double as your table centerpiece. Simply pot pine and insert pops of red, like cranberry or poinsettia bursts.

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Family Sponge
Bookworm

Pine is so 2017, anyway.

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Sam Henderson
A (Sort Of) Pine Tree

If you can't have pines, have pinecones.

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Seth Smoot
Fake It Til You Make It

Just fill oversized jars with water and insert boughs of pine or cypress. Then, decorate with your favorite ornaments.

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Shanty 2 Chic
Wrap It Up

For a rustic vibe, try wrapping strands of burlap around an already-twinkling tree.

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Let Them Eat Cake

Because tiny trees can buckle with heavy ornaments, decorate a cake stand with the ornaments instead.

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Houzz
Jolly Jars

With proper care (including healthy soil and frequent waterings), these potted pine jars will last over two months — much longer than your average tree.

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Max Kim-Bee
Countree Style

This mini tree—complete with a rustic tin base and jolly ornaments—is perfect for a country Christmas.

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Mer Mag
Stacks on Stacks

Install picture ledge shelves in a Christmas tree shape for a festive twist.

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Tara Dennis
Rag Time

These tiny trees are actually made out of magazine pages, and our minds are blown.

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Finding Home Farms
A Trinity of Trees

Stuff galvanized flower buckets with fresh pine, draw on a festive message, and light it all up with twinkly lights.

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ONE PROJECT CLOSER
Spoon Trees

This project is dominating Pinterest right now—and we can 100% see why.

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The Sweet Escape
Birch Beautiful

Add votive candles to slabs of birch for a simple but stunning centerpiece.

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