1. GO MINIMALIST WITH A METAL CHRISTMAS TREE 

Love Scandi, minimalist design? You'll like the Metal Silhouette Tree.

Perfectly understated, but still very recognisably Christmassy. 

.. and if we talk about metal, here is the perfect chair to pair with the metal Christmas Tree:

THE STITCH ARMCHAIR

 

 

 

2. CHEER UP YOUR EXTERIOR WITH AN LED TREE

Another lovely Christmas tree alternative, a warm LED light Christmas Tree is both elegant and cheerful, thanks to the warm LED lights. Stick it by the front door, in the back garden – or bring it inside for a contemporary Christmas look.

... and whilst we are outside with our LED tree, why not try to style it with the Talenti Essence Outdoor Stool, part of the Outdoor Range

ESSENCE OUTDOOR STOOL

 

 

3. GO FOR A PAPER CHRISTMAS TREE 

Paper decorations are literally the easiest Christmas decorations,  you just unfold them for a copious amount of festive gloriousness. You can get them in Christmas tree shapes too! Why not (instead of a Christmas tree or as well as) create a feature with loads of different shapes and sizes? 

 

Go for a white Christmas with the:

BLOOM SOFA

 

 

4. DECORATE SOME BRANCHES AS A CHRISTMAS TREE ALTERNATIVE 

It's a classic, easy go-to. Just grab some twigs from the garden and festive them up with some baubles. If you have the time you could spray paint your twigs. Once you have found the perfect set of twigs, you can just pack them away carefully and reuse them year after year.

... and add more colours with the:

ELMETTO ORANGE LAMP

 

 

5. MAKE A WALL STICKER CHRISTMAS TREE

Want to get creative? All you need is some double-sided sticky tape and your favourite decorations (obviously not glass ones, as they won't stick). 

... and why not add a colourful chair to create a contemporary look with the:

KARINA ARMCHAIR