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As anyone who does knows, when you live in a small space, every inch counts. But, a small living space doesn’t mean you can’t have big holiday decorating expectations.

Here are some space-saving tips that will bring Christmas cheer into the smallest of places.

Must-Have Mini Wall Trees

A lush, full Christmas tree is fun to decorate, but it can take up a lot of space. Maximize your decorations without cutting into your floor space with a wall tree. These wall trees are designed with branches on one side only, giving the appearance of a full, lush Christmas tree that fits neatly against the wall.

That also means you only decorate half the tree. Save space and time with these beautiful Christmas wall trees. This is, by the way, also a great idea for pet parents whose furry kids are just a little too fond of a standard floor tree!

Let There Be Lights Galore

Christmas lights never fail to make a space feel ready for the holidays. Enjoy that comfortable and inviting atmosphere in your space by adding a few warm white lights over your curtains or blinds.

A small room can serve as a great backdrop for unique snowflake or star lights. Or, create a festive look no one will miss by hanging a few globe lights from your ceiling. Christmas lights take up little space, yet make a big difference during the holiday season!

Hang Those Stockings With Care

Stockings are the perfect way to liven up your mantel for the holidays while taking up little space! During the holidays, your mantel will become the focal point of your space so dress it up with stylish stockings.

If you don’t have a mantel, no problem! Create your own miniature mantel using a hanging shelf. Use twine and clothespins to hold the stockings and add a piece of garland for that cheerful seasonal touch.

Step Outside With Christmas Wreaths

If you’re still looking for more space, step outside and dress up your front door. One of the best ways to create that welcoming atmosphere during the holiday season is with Christmas wreaths. Save space inside and hang one on your front door. Everyone (including you) will be welcomed into your home with a holiday charm.

Whether you find joy in a beautiful traditional frosted pine wreath or want to get a little creative with an iced burlap wreath, there are wreaths for every front door.

A small space doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a big Christmas display. There are always ways to get creative and maximize your space. And if you need a helping hand with Christmas decor why not call on our friends at Just Organized by Taya. Their Christmas Holiday Home Decorating service offers expert, affordable help for the decorating impaired or those too busy to do it themselves!