With Rockefeller-sized trees and garland-ensconced staircases blowing up your Pinterest feed, it’s sometimes hard to put Christmas into perspective. Like, what if you don’t have space for a 15-foot tree? And what if your grand staircase is…not so grand? Worry not. We’ve rounded up a few ideas for gussying up any tiny space (be that your whole home…or your office cubicle).

Lights
Livet Hemma

String lights vertically from the ceiling. Any ceiling. Anywhere.

Cards
Perfectly Imperfect

This is how you display holiday cards, people--on the garland of your choice.

Tree
Home Goods

Now for the tree: Stack a smaller one on a tabletop to make it appear bigger (and to save precious walking space).

Votives
Elle Decoration

Minimalists, rejoice. A few votives and a single evergreen branch can have a major impact.

Colors
Better Homes & Gardens

Venture beyond the traditional color palette. Crisp whites and vibrant greens feel pretty refreshing.

felt
Lime Tree Kids

A felt-ball garland and kids’ toys can kinda be all you need.

Chandalier
Redbook

No chandelier? No problem. Hang a cluster of bulb ornaments.

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Or fill a glass vase with bulb ornaments and nestle among the greenery on your mantle.

tissue
Sharon Santoni

Tissue paper window cityscapes. Precious.

Cactus
Jared Smith

As is a Christmas cactus. Feliz Navidad, y’all.

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