Why not put a tabletop sized Christmas tree on your coffee table if you don’t have ample room any place else in your home?
Many of us live in small space homes and just don’t have that extra room to put up a big Christmas tree and have room to walk around it in the days leading up to Christmas Day.
So an alternative is to put our Christmas tree on tables or other level surfaces.
This Christmas tree is created with colorful ornaments glued to form the shape of a Christmas tree. This would be a perfect centerpiece for a party.
The colorful tablecloth, candle holders and napkin rings creates a beautiful setting that completes the table’s theme.
Here is another Christmas tree on a coffee table with more feminine colors. Surrounded by ornaments and small wrapped gifts, it adds a beautiful decorative touch to your living or family room.
Above is a rustic Christmas scene with greenery mimicking the illusion of a tree inside goblets on the table.
Thin twigs form a frame around each plate, which is a nice touch.
Then frayed muslin makes a simple place mat.
The above photo depicts a color theme of blue, green and white. Everything, including the ornaments on the tree, the bows on the gifts and the stockings hanging on the mantel are a variation of these three colors.
Above is a more nostalgic vintage scene with a replica of an old red pick up carrying small gifts in the back.
An old folding chair holds a Christmas-themed pillow. Above is a wreath hanging in the window with a burlap-style bow.
And this home is white as snow. The Christmas tree is flocked in white. There is a trio of footed glass containers on the coffee table filled with white beads and such to complete the look.
This more modern look has Christmas decor scattered about the room. A poinsetta sits on the coffee table. There are Christmas ornaments in a bowl and simple wreaths hanging on the wall.
There are so many ways to decorate our homes for the holiday. I hope you gained some inspiration from the photos in this post.