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These Aren’t Your Typical Christmas Trees

But you’d love to have them at home for sure!

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Photography: @heatherprescottphotography and @salmazgar via Instagram (Main Photo)

When it comes to decor, it's either you go for a classic look or an aesthetic that is anything but typical—but let's face it, it's always a lot more fun and exciting to go for the latter. If you're currently browsing the World Wide Web for Christmas display inspiration that will surely brighten up your home, we've put together a list of unique and interesting tree ideas you can experiment with: 

Let your passion be known through your decor. If you have a knack for photography, try dressing up your tree in old film rolls and vintage cameras you no longer use! 

For a tree that won't wither or gather dust until March, consider going for driftwood. Opt for a neutral look and use accessories in beige, cream, or hints of silver for a streamlined tree. 

Do you have a big collection of books stashed away? Put them to good use by stacking them together to build a tall tree! Make it extra festive by adding wreaths, lights, and a star no less. 

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Don't throw out your empty bottle of red and white just yet! Consider recycling them into a non-biodegradable tree instead. Finish off your masterpiece with sring lights for a display that shines. 

READ: 3 Fun Ways To Upcycle Wine Bottles

If you're short on floor space, maximize your vertical space and style a hanging piece. You can use recycled strips of wood as your base and decorate it as you would a traditional tree. 

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