Thursday, November 21, 2013

Table Top Christmas Trees



Country Living


I just love this picture from Country Living!  It’s not necessarily the tree but all the numerous layers on the table and the area surrounding it!  This year I plan on putting on tabletop tree in the living room on the sofa table.  The full size tree will go in the sunroom.  I always struggle with decorating that table so this year will be a breeze, especially with such awesome inspiration!


Savvy Southern Style


I love the idea of using something as unique as an olive bucket to hold the tree!




Or even just a plain old galvanized bucket and if you don’t have a small table, use a stool!




How charming is this? …a vintage crock bowl!


Traditional Home


Glam it up some with a beautiful silver punch bowl!  This would look great in my dining room!


Tone on Tone Antiques


If you don’t have a container, cover the base with some faux snow!  The vintage iron fence adds a beautiful touch to this tree!





White and silver is such a classical and timeless combination!



Vintage Whites Market


Even something as simple as a cake plate can make quite an impact!




  1. Great inspiration. I'm off to look at your Christmas pictures from last year.

  2. I really enjoyed seeing all the tabletop trees, I have my mother's and never thought to use a stool...I'm going to try it!

  3. I love a table top tree and always have one in my livingroom that I put in a chippy tin larger tree is usually in the basement family room.

    Cheryl @ The Creative Me and My McG

  4. I love the one in the silver punchbowl. Wow, so elegant! I like the use of the olive bucket but feel that the tree should sit lower and the ornaments are a little too country to me. To each their own...HA! Great post!

  5. The one in the silver punch bowl stopped me in my tracks. Such gorgeous inspiration here. Getting great ideas an thoughts, THANKS!!!


  6. These are gorgeous Tammy! I have 4 faux ones right now in my decor but nothing like these! I just put lights in mine perhaps because they were too small, have to do this someday!

  7. beautiful inspiration! I love all these ideas. Thank you for sharing!

  8. I love the one in the yellow bowl...I use mine for rising yeast breads...and that punch bowl is a showstopper, for sure!


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