If you're set on having a Christmas tree this year but are short on spare room, these compact trees could be the answer.
Christmas trees are the focal point of any christmas decorating look, whether you opt for a traditional one, a rainbow-coloured design or even a mini tree. Whichever tree you choose must suit you and your home. We've put together a few space-saving tree options that are perfect for those homes where space is at a premium.
Image: Melody Maison
If you're a lover of all things Scandi, this twig tree from Melody Maison could be the ideal option. Decorate sparingly with glass baubles for a sophisticated look.
Struggling with the width of standard Christmas trees? This slim design from Next is a real beauty. With dark green artifical pine needles, it would look fabulous dressed with traditional red and gold accents.
Image: George Home
Did you know 'half trees' are the new space savers? Not only is there more room to store presents underneath, but they're perfect for homeowners with pets or kids.
Image: Balsam Hill
Here at Good Homes HQ, we think the flatback tree is a groundbreaking idea! Most of the time you don't see the back of a tree anyway, so why waste the space? Put up against a wall and let your best baubles do the talking.
Having a full-size Christmas tree isn't always viable. This potted mini tree from Lights4fun would make a lovely addition to a windowsill, kitchen worktop or console table. Just because you don't have bundles of space doesn't mean you can't add a festive touch to your home.
Image: John Lewis
This compact, slimline tree is perfect for entranceways or small rooms, and is pre-lit with 100 pure white LEDs. Because it's potted in a rustic-style pot, it can be used both inside and outside.
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