Planning and decorating for Christmas could be a drag, especially if you’re an adult who is young at heart.
What if we tell you that you could embellish your home while appealing to your inner kid?
Check out these small Christmas decor ideas for the kids at heart to help up your Christmas game.
Top 20 Christmas Decor Ideas For Small Spaces
If you were born during the retro years, you might have grown up playing Super Mario. Who could forget the Super Stars that made Mario and Luigi invincible ?
Replace your boring and bland Christmas tree topper with this light-up Starman to give your Christmas decor a retro game-esque aesthetic.
This powerful USB-operated device makes an awesome topper and also functions as a desk light on regular days.
Christmas is undoubtedly one of the most festive occasions throughout the year. Unfortunately, not all workplaces join in during the celebrations.
If you want to adopt the spirit of the Holidays in your office desk, you could with this Super Mario Christmas tree.
The colossal 12-inch display features a Christmas tree standing on the popular Question Block in the Super Mario games.
It is also covered in Christmas lights and has a Starman topper that lights up when USB-plugged in.
One might think a star topper is grossly overrated. For Zelda Fans, no other symbol holds more importance than this Zelda Christmas ornament - the Triforce.
Decorate your otherwise bland Christmas tree with the source of ultimate power through this sacred crest.
The Triforce light-up tree topper stands at 7x9 inches and is USB-operated. Watch the golden relic light the glorious Kingdom of Hyrule (yes, we mean your home when you plug it in).
If you’re not the type to build a Christmas tree, this 12-inch Zelda-inspired desktop holiday tree might do the trick.
Of course, there’s no tree without the obligatory pine-looking perennial wrapped with festive lights.
The tree stands on a block that features the Royal Crest (depicting a Loftwing with the Triforce). At the top sits the USB-powered light-up golden Triforce relic. But how do you make a Christmas tree look fuller?
Are you a modern-day gamer? This golden loot llama is a must-have Christmas tree topper for Fortnite gamers.
Unlike your average piñata looking blue-and-purple animal, this topper is wrapped in golden yellow.
With a 7x3x9-inch build, it also makes a perfect desktop display when Christmas is not around. Collect this limited edition topper before it becomes a rare piece!
What better way to decorate your chimney than hanging Holiday stockings where Santa could drop his precious gifts ?
Instead of regular socks, you can use this Legend of Zelda stocking instead.
The sock is made with high-quality embroidery. It features your classic Zelda iconography from the retro game. Plus, there’s an 8-bit Link thrusting his sword. What’s not to like?
Replace your old Christmas stocking with something else that screams retro. This Super Mario Bros. embroidered holiday stocking will bring festive gaming fun to your regular Christmas celebration.
The stocking is around 10x18 inches large, making it the perfect container for your candies and other holiday goodies.
You’ll find various Mario-related iconography embroidered along the body and, on the back side, a large Mario branding.
“No one can resist my Schweddy balls,” says Pete.
You might have encountered this 1980s classic skit if you grew up watching SNL.
Pay an ode to one of the greatest exchanges in SNL history by decorating your tree with Pete’s Schweddy balls .
It’s a great conversation starter when you bring friends over for dinner! Check out some Harry Potter Christmas ornaments here.
Christmas won’t be complete without a game night spent with the family.
Turn your jolly celebration into a mind-boggling game of puzzles with this 300-piece large jigsaw from Masterpiece Inc. to reveal country Christmas imagery.
The precision-cut puzzle pieces fit perfectly, so you can display the piece after completion. You can also give this as a Christmas gift for students.
Big horror fans don’t choose an occasion for a spook. Whether it’s Halloween or Christmas season, there’s always a good time for creepy stuff.
These monster-blown glass ornaments are the embodiments of that!
Brandish your love for the spooks with this 3-piece Christmas ball set. It contains the trifecta of classic horror movies: Dracula, Frankenstein’s monster, and a sasquatch.
There’s no meditation required to purchase this ornament. Despite being ascetic, this festive monk joins in the Christmas cheer.
The Santa Monk ornament is a perfect addition to your Christmas tree. It measures 4 and ¼ inches tall and comes enclosed in an acetate tube if you plan to put it on display.
What good is a Santa get-up if you don’t have his infamous toy bag hanging from your back?
This Santa Claus toy bag makes a perfect costume peripheral or household display this Holiday season. It measures 11 x 9.5 inches and comes imprinted with common Christmas designs.
Hint: The drawstring opening also makes the bag a viable gift container!
Watch out; there’s something in your tree! Oh wait, it’s just a possum wearing a Santa costume.
This hand-blown Christmas tree hanger is one to cause a few laughs from your household visitors.
Ditch the regular Christmas balls with this high-quality playing-dead possum in Santa clothes. Just don’t disturb its peaceful nap; it may bite!
You’d think candy canes, Christmas stockings, and angels would be the best tree decoration, but you’re actually wrong.
Nothing beats hanging a 6” glass funny Christmas pickle! If you want the most eccentric holiday ornaments, get this one and pair it with the monk and possum tree hangers.
Christmas comes after Halloween, so why not mix a little scare into your festive Holiday celebration?
If you want to mess with friends and family, this is the perfect decor to get. The Scary Peeper Santa’s Helper makes a perfect ornament to place behind glass windows.
Once the fun and giggles begin, point to the window and see your guests lose their minds in shock and awe!
Dogs and Christmas share one thing in common: everyone likes them! This 500-piece glitter jigsaw presents the perfect opportunity to enjoy some Fido puzzles under the mistletoe.
The complete frame measures 15 x 21 inches, the perfect size for framing once you piece all the chips together!
Santa’s done delivering all the gifts, and now he chills by the chimney. The Christmas tree and gifts are in sight, and he’s petting a cat sleeping soundly. What’s not to love?
This 500-piece puzzle leads to this wonderful portrait.
Once the fun is done and the food’s been eaten, solve this puzzle with your family as you sip some hot cocoa through the night.
Want clothing accents that can also work as decorations? Look no further because this Christmas tree tinsel hat has you covered.
For your regular office parties, this hat is surely a conversation starter. You can even put it on display when you get home to get a small Christmas tree that’s not in any way less fun. We've got some of the coolest Christmas outfit ideas here.
Have you watched A Christmas Story? Then you know what this collectible is in reference to. Instead of an obnoxiously gigantic leg lamp, we offer the same experience in a miniature package.
This snow globe features the luscious legs from the movie, surrounded by wonderful golden glitters. Wait, there’s more! Switch it on to make the ball light up as you swirl the sparkles around.
Bring home Jack Skellington, not as the scary phantom of Halloween that he is, but as a cute Santa-wearing plush toy.
The soft and cuddly toy measures around 5 inches tall, making it a handy addition to your Christmas decoration.
How do you decorate for Christmas with no space?
Stick with miniature ornaments accentuating the room with Christmas cheer without compromising mobility and convenience.
Decorating with limited space is not a hurdle but an opportunity.
When met with this restriction, the best course of action is to ditch those large decorations like those bodacious Christmas trees.
How do you make a room look like Christmas without a tree?
Christmas Candy canes, gifts, Santa Claus, and other symbolisms make a room look like Christmas without a tree.
How do you display a Christmas village in a small space?
Christmas villages or nativities come in various sizes, so choose the appropriate size that perfectly fits your home. If you’re feeling artistic and bubbly, you could create one yourself.
Just get some select Lego pieces and let your creativity shine through. The best thing is that you control the size of the village you intend to create.
Christmas is often associated with common Christmas symbolisms and iconographies.
However, that doesn’t have to be the norm, especially when you want to personalize your celebration.
If you feel like unleashing your inner kid, we hope our small Christmas decor ideas helped.