However much you may adore going out to choose a giant, bushy fir tree for your bay window or your large hallway, they are not practical for every area of your house. Yet why should your Christmas décor and your Christmas trees only be confined to the larger parts of your abode? For places like snug rooms or dens, as well as the kitchen or dining room, table top trees are a great alternative. Table top trees do what they imply – they are trees for the top of a table. They can also be used in corners or on shelves, depending on how big they are, making them ideal for the office as well as the smaller rooms at home.
Sizes and General Information
Table top trees come in a mixture of Christmas tree themes including a variety of sizes ranging from very small up to about 4-5 feet tall. You can buy mini firs or pines, or even bonsai trees which would work on tables, but as a general rule the mini trees are in fact artificial. If you have an apartment or flat they are particularly great! One of the great things about them is that you can get some really diverse colours – anything from silver to classic Christmas tree green to blue or pink! This gives you a lot of scope for decorating!
Table top trees are not ideal for putting an entire family’s Christmas presents under, but if you have a child who wants a tree in their room, it might be a good idea to put stocking presents underneath the tree! You also don’t need to concern yourself too much with Christmas tree decoration ideas, as table top trees are very small and you can only put a limited amount of stuff on them. Table top trees are also very cost-efficient and affordable if you don’t have a huge amount of money to spend on Christmas décor this year.