If you live in a small space, it's tough to find room for seasonal decorations like a Christmas tree without taking up a ton of usable space or making your home look cluttered. This wall-mounted tree looks great, saves space and is perfect for small homes or apartments.
Not only does this tree take up less space while still looking festive, it also is easier to store since you can just wrap up the pine garlands after you take them back down. You'll need painter's tape, at least 8m of pine garlands and adhesive hanging tabs.
Use the painter's tape to outline your tree triangle on the wall. Starting with the edges of the triangle, attach the garland to the wall with the hanging tabs. Loop the garland end wires together and fill in the centre of the tree. Remove the painter's tape and decorate your tree with the usual lights and ornaments. You'll need to loop the lights back and forth across the tree, using the garland to attach the lights. You can hang your ornaments like normal, but a two-dimensional tree topper will work best. If you want, you can add a piece of scrap wood to the bottom of the tree to mimic a trunk. Stack presents underneath and you have a space saving Christmas tree with just as much holiday spirit.
DIY Wall Mounted Christmas Tree [Engineering Your Space]