If you're fed up with a traditional style of Christmas tree or don't have sufficient space to accommodate one there's some fabulous alternatives to make yourself or buy that will look just as good, if not better, than many artificial trees on the market.  

Decor Report

1. Use your bookshelf and books to make a Christmas tree shape.  


2. If you have a bonsai tree you don't need an actual Christmas tree and you can decorate your bonsai.  

Planet Hollywood

3. Use corn millet sprigs to make an unusual tree that you could put outside for the birds to feast on once your indoor festivities are over.  

World Inside Pictures

4. Suspend baubles from a central pole to form a striking Christmas tree shape.    

World Inside Pictures

5. Drift wood branches make an unusual tree using natural and foraged materials.  

Eframe Life

6. Go big and bold with a metal conical shape that decorated with brightly coloured paper.  


7. Petrol heads will love this tree made from hub caps.  


8. Use 1 vertical rod and cones of paper to make an alternative style of tree.  


9. This clever tree is make from a pile of green boxes and books, which is the strategically placed so that the reflection in the mirror provides the other half.  

Top Dreamer

10. The ideal tree for knitters and home crafters. This tree is made using tightly wrapped balls of wool.  


11. You could adopt this pile of books stacked into the shape of tree in your home.  

DIY Enthusiasts

12. These quirky little trees remind me of witches hats! Great if you're looking for a new take on Christmas trees.  


13. I'm loving this spiral tree and its lovely bright colours; if they're petite macaroons it's even better!    

Home Ideas Mag

14. Little wall shelves can be transformed into a wonderful Christmas display that resembles a tree.  

Pure Home

15. A wigwam shape using bamboo canes or similar, is the basis for this alternative tree. Wrap a thick garland in a spiral and you have an almost instant tree with plenty of space to pile the present around.

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