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5 Minimalist Christmas Trees You'd Want For Your Space

These picks bring good tidings and a charming touch, too

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Photography: Pexels/Unsplash and Kurt Alvarez/ACME Visual Productions (Product)

Bringing out the tree and sprucing it up with decor has been a yearly activity for homeowners. While there are some who wait until December to work on the look of this focal piece, there are many who'd set up theirs as early as September. We'd often see trees decorated with green, red, and gold balls; fancy ribbons, and twinkling lights.

If you haven't finalized a theme for your Christmas decor yet, you may want to take the simple route this year with minimalist pieces that pack a punch while still having that undeniable warm, holiday vibe. Get started with a captivating tree that won't take floor space! These picks can occupy a spot on your shelf or even complete a whimsical vignette:

Silver Tree with Glass Drops

Consider going chic and metallic. Place this tree on your side table in the living area and pair it with a glass bowl filled with pine cones and silver Christmas balls.

P1,299.75, Our Home

Green Tree Candle

If you’re aiming for that calm Christmas vibe, this tree candle is the perfect choice. Use it as a centerpiece in the dining area, dim the lights, and settle down for a cozy holiday feast. 

P2,379, Crate & Barrel

Wooden Tree

Keep the ambiance inviting and magical with a wooden tree that brings rustic flair. Use it to decorate your foyer to welcome guests into your space. 

P2,200, Lucina Home

Miniature Tabletop Christmas Tree

Working on a vignette in the living area? This tabletop stunner brings an old-world charm to your setup. Pair it with a vase of poinsettias for a classic finish.

P899.75, Our Home

Pine Tree with Snow Table Topper

Turn your snowy Christmas dreams come true by opting for a mini tree covered in flecks of snow. Your family and friends will surely feel the chill while enjoying cups of hot chocolate.

Price available upon request, Lucina Home

WHERE TO BUY:

OUR HOME

  • LG/L SM Megamall Building A, Mandaluyong City

 

CRATE AND BARREL

 

LUCINA HOME

  • 2/L Solenad 3, Nuvali Evoliving, Sta. Rosa, Laguna
  • lucina.ph
  • info[at]lucina.ph


PHOTOS: Pexels/Unsplash | Kurt Alvarez/ACME Visual Productions | From the brands

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