If you live in a small urban apartment a tabletop Christmas tree is the perfect decoration for you. And even if you have a large mansion – these miniature trees will add magnificent accents to your home holiday decor. Homemade or bought, they will add the touches of joyful holiday spirit in your home.
The most suitable kind of tabletop Christmas tree
It is always depending on your personal taste and the place you want to have the tabletop Christmas tree. You have the choice between real or artificial trees and even some alternative design options, like using fruits, potted herbs, pinecones, ornaments or flowers. You can buy a prelit decorated tree or use your imagination and decorate it yourself. A big tree will dominate in a small room and will look quite overwhelming so a table one will be the best choice. If you already have a big tree as a center of your holiday decor the miniature ones can be used as accents.
Where to place a tabletop Christmas tree
Whether in the entry hall, living room, bedroom or the kitchen window, a tabletop Christmas tree will fit perfectly. It can become a beautiful centerpiece in your Christmas table decoration. You may get creative and craft a Christmas tree from buttons, felt or even paper and combine the small tree with the main colour theme that you have used for your festive winter decoration. A few potted trees combined with garlands and evergreens will make a fantastic mantel decoration and your fireplace will be transformed into a winter fairy tale.
Pre-lit artificial Christmas tree on table
Christmas tree as a festive table centerpiece
Holiday tree decoration – golden and white colour theme
Easy to craft DIY holiday tree – colourful buttons and a white star topper
Untraditional table top decoration- lemons and twigs of evergreen
Beautiful decoration in green and gold
These small potted tabletop trees give a rustic holiday atmosphere
Use your plants to create an original tabletop tree
Wooden holiday tree and ornaments are suitable for a nursery room
Minimalist style table decorating for the holidays