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…Or create a Christmas tree montageThere’s no dearth of options when it comes to DIY Christmas trees. Use hats, socks, lights or tinsel to frame a tree on your wall. Top it with a paper star in red or gold. A wall-based Christmas tree enables you to elevate your Christmas decor without eating into unwanted space. This serves as a lean work-around decoration in a limited living space.This vintage home looks right out of a ’70s movie, with an antique typewriter, a series of classic cameras and a few wicker picnic baskets completing the picture. The hat tree serves as a remarkably timeless design. Remove the star, and you have an ornamental wall all through the year. The home sparkles with a celebratory spirit, but you can see that not much energy or time has gone into putting the seasonal decor together. That a little goes a long way, couldn’t have been expressed better.
As well as a traditional Christmas tree, the owners also created a ‘hat tree’ on the wall opposite after a friend told them their collective shape reminded her of a tree. It’s relaxed and light-hearted Christmas decorating at its best.