Buzz·Posted on Dec 12, 2017If You Don't Want To Go Through With The Whole Pine Tree Thing Again This Year, Here Are 19 Christmas Tree AlternativesPro tip: anything's a tree if you want it to be.by Bibiñe BarudStaff Writer, MexicoFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Looking for something that feels more homemade (and a little meta)? You could go for this cardboard number... Etsy / Via blog.etsy.com This one's laser cut and designed to be assembled like a puzzle, but you could also always make your own. 2. Or, if you prefer something more minimalist, try a sculptural take, like this one: pinterest.com 3. If your floor plan is a bit tight, we love this branches-only option: pinterest.com 4. Or just go all in on one good, bushy branch: pinterest.com 5. Though just about any kind of branch can look amazing dressed up just right: pinterest.com 6. Here's a more conceptual branch look: pinterest.com 7. And here's a mega cool way to use PVC pipes in pursuit of Christmas cheer: pinterest.com 8. This tree looks more like an epic game of Jenga... pinterest.com 9. And if you're into that DIY wood vibe, you can also try this: pinterest.com 10. This part-shelf, part-tree would go excellently with rustic accents: pinterest.com 11. And this one would be a piece of cake to pull off, especially for small spaces: pinterest.com 12. All bibliophiles should try this one... pinterest.com 13. And all romantics would swoon over this deconstructed bouquet option: pinterest.com 14. Here's one you could make out of coat hangers... pinterest.com 15. And here's a foolproof fix that'll last you for years: pinterest.com 16. Who knew that a log pile could look this cozy? pinterest.com 17. Or that a ladder could double as a holiday centerpiece? pinterest.com 18. This hanging version is some next level ornament use... pinterest.com 19. But this tropical "tree" might just be our favorite one yet: pinterest.com Now, go forth and get decorating! Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Giphy Merry Christmas from us, whatever your tree choice! This post was translated from Spanish.