Big on Christmas spirit, but short on space? No need to worry. One holiday trend that’s gaining steam is miniature trees—and not just your average mini pine.
These mini Christmas tree ideas will have you jumping to deck the halls—and every other available spot in your house—with a tiny tannenbaum.
1. Norfolk Pine Perfection
This is a mini tree you can keep all year long. Add a few bows and lights come Christmas and you have a festive little living tree.
2. For The Office
Does your cubicle need a holiday pick-me-up? Check out this creative Instagrammer’s idea to use everyday office supplies as ornaments.
3. Tabletop Tree
Perfect for small spaces, this traditional tree adds big holiday fun. Place your mini tree in a beautiful pot or vase in lieu of a tree skirt.
4. Sweet Tree
This sugary cupcake tree looks yummy enough to eat.
5. Keep It Simple
An all-natural miniature tree can add beauty to any room. No ornaments required.
6. Wine Tree
Decorate your mini tree with the corks from the wine you consumed all year. Cheers!
7. Show Your Roots
Plant a tiny tree in a vase—or cute candle holder as in this example —and wow guests with the natural beauty of the tree’s roots.
8. Center Piece
Little trees are an easy way to add cheer to your holiday table. We love the mirrored containers this Instagrammer chose to place hers in.
9. Glamour Tree
Add a little glamour to your space by decking out a mini tree in all things glitter and gold.
10. Rosemary Tree
A fragrant rosemary tree is perfect to spruce up your kitchen.
11. Fireside Trees
Forget the garland this year. Use little trees to bring joy to your mantel. Pro tip: Even boughs trimmed from your full-size tree would work in this case.
12. Rustic Christmas
Add farmhouse chic to your holiday decor by placing your mini tree in a galvanized bucket. Surround it with other rustic elements like pinecones and a farmhouse basket.
13. White Christmas
This beautiful little tree dazzles in white with shiny metallic ornaments.
14. Kid-Friendly Tree
Decorate a small tree with fun, kid-friendly ornaments, and bring the joy right to your child’s bedroom.
15. Wrap It Up
Cover the bottom of a tabletop tree with simple burlap. Then, add some decorative details around it, like this star, to make it your own.
16. Tiny Tree In A Pot
Give each guest a personal tree at your holiday table this year. Use a small pot, egg cup or ramekin to hold the tiny spruce.
17. Primitive Trees
These adorable trees are sparse on branches, but big on style. Add these to your decor for a rustic, country Christmas.