weird christmas trees
As you probably already know, the word weird is a good word in my book. To me, weird means anything unique, unusual and delightfully different from the norm. I celebrate #weird every day with my Weird Necklace and Bracelet and today we’re celebrating weird christmas/holiday/winter solstice trees…I know it’s that time of year again. I just made a weird xmas tree in my video this past Sunday by drawing one with chalk and lights on the wall! See it in DIY Winter Wall Decor!
- A wall hanging is easy in small spaces. Paint your own christmas tree tapestry or shop them at Anthropologie. See more in Decorate/Wear: Tapestries.
- Balloons are always festive, even in xmas tree form! Gather balloons in a tree shape around a center pole for a different and fun look.
- Umbrella and parasol trees are inherently the same shape as a christmas tree and hey, they also provide shade!
- Feather trees are so wintry and beautiful. See a DIY version here!
- A pink tinsel tree!
- I love this idea of arranging a bookshelf with green and red items in the shape of a tree. This is a great solution for a small space as well.
- Rolled up paper in the shape of a tree and a fireplace drawn on the mirror (similar to my DIY Winter Wall Decor).
- Upcycle scrap wood into a tree shape – I like that it also provides a ledge for ornaments and candles!
- Wall mounted tree branches in descending order makes for such a whimsical tree when decorated with lights and ornaments.
- How cute is this?! Kitchen objects like mugs, forks and glasses hung in a triangle shape with a star on top is a great space-saving way to have a delightful tree-look.
- A simple cut-out tree backlit by a single light makes for a minimalist and dreamy look.
- Epic neon light trees!
- Ummm, yes please..a wine bottle tree?! Just don’t knock it over!
- I’ve used manzanita branches before in vases – See Decorating with Rock Collections and I love how this one looks with ornaments for a winter-y tree.
- Stack your books in a cone shape and wrap with lights… could double as a game of Jenga when it’s time to dismantle.
- Simple and small-scale, DIY a tree using shish-kebob sticks and cut up music sheets.
I hope you like these ideas! What does your tree look like this year?
(images via Apartmenttherapy.com, decoratrix.com, lulumoonmymuse.blogspot.com, designsoak.com, winteroset.tumblr.com, up2wows.com, dreaming-n-color.blogspot.com, impressionen.ch, marthagallen.blogspot.com, casasugar.com, top-interior-design.com, 2020ave, pinterest, justasmidgen,)