1. Ribbons or sticky tape
Create a 2D Christmas tree with coloured ribbons or sticky tape. Jazz it up with garlands and ornaments by sticking them to the wall.
2. Chalkboard tree
Got a chalkboard wall? Put your drawing skills to the test by designing your own Christmas tree.
Photo: A Legg Up
3. A tree in a jar
Pick a branch with many “limbs” and use charms or jewellery as ornaments. Encase it in a bell jar for a unique table centrepiece.
4. The LED tree
Add some sparkle to your living room. Put up strings of LED lights on the wall and shape them into the form of a Christmas tree.
5. The knick-knack tree
Pick a bunch of your favourite ornaments, photo frames, cards, jewellery, stickers and other small items to create a meaningful art piece for your Christmas decor.
6. String of baubles
Not keen on having a tree? Cluster and dangle baubles of different colours and textures from the ceiling.
7. The barren tree
A barren tree would channel that winter wonderland look into your home. Just decorate; no maintenance needed.
Photo: Hege In France
8. The miniatures
If the lack of space is an issue, try miniature Christmas trees that will still add to the mood of Christmas. Perfect for table decor during parties. You can get them from places like Daiso and IKEA.