Oh Little Christmas Tree

12.22.2014

I switched to a tabletop tree a couple years ago since I had gotten tired up decorating the big tree all by myself. It was just too much. This little one is so easy to put up and take down. I decorated it in red and white this year using decorations I already had.

The view from the front door.





A vintage stool and baskets hold the presents.












The blue hour.

View from the breakfast room.

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30 comments:

  1. Well, you know that saying, great things come in small packages and the small tree is beautiful!....Love the baskets under the tree!...

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  2. I love your tabletop tree, and am very tempted to the do the same. Mine is slim, not too terribly hard a task to manage, and since it's new this year, I may have to wait a couple years. Love the view from the breakfast room too. Merry Christmas, Kim!
    Rita

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  3. Kim your little tree is so pretty! And your home looks gorgeous! Merry Christmas!

    Linda @ Truthful Tidbits


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  4. Your tree is adorable and raised like that...I love it! Your home is so feative, pretty and inviting for a happy Christmas and many blessings to all of you.
    FABBY

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  5. I love this tree, Kim! It's perfect for your home!

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  6. Love the little tree ! Your entire home is beautiful !

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  7. It looks so pretty and just the right size. I love the view from the front door. I wish you have a very Merry Christmas.

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  8. Absolutely beautiful! Everything you do is stunning! I hope you have a very Merry Christmas!

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  9. your tree is so pretty. is that gift for me? Merry Christmas

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  10. Your tree looks beautiful and I love the baskets for the packages!

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  11. Pretty tree and I like how you have it up on a table - and such a cute display of packages, too. Have a merry!

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  12. I love the size of your tree Kim, it's the perfect height elevated on your table! Wishing you a Merry Christmas Week :)

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  13. Very pretty tree Kim...love the gifts tucked in the baskets.

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  14. So pretty!!!
    Happy Christmas week Kim!!

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  15. Pretty and practical! I'm not a big one for Christmas decorating anyway because I'M the one who has to put everything away later. Thank heaven for my elder daughter. She's 15 and loves to decorate; in fact, she did most of the decorating around here this year. My younger daughter, almost 14, decorated the tree mostly by herself, too.

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  16. I too switched to a little tree for myself and my husband and I like it so much better really. It fits in my bay window and looks just perfect. I love your tree too and the top piece is very pretty! Have a Merry Christmas and a wonderful, Happy New Year!

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  17. Kim your tree looks beautiful! It just shows you don't need a big fancy tree to make a beautiful impact! Your tree absolutely shine and looks so beautiful!

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  18. A tabletop tree is such a great idea. Someday that's all I'm going to do. Love the gifts in the big baskets and even on top of the stool.
    Mary Alice

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  19. Very pretty Kim-love the red and white!

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  20. I think your small tree Kim give a big impact. So pretty and love the baskets under it. So sweet. Merry Christmas to you and your lovely family Kim. Enjoy.
    Kris

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  21. Kim,
    Your tabletop tree is perfect for your space. AND... you have those beautiful live huge evergreens outside your windows to enjoy. The best of both both worlds, an artificial tabletop and live unadorned magnificent trees.

    Merry Christmas and Joyeux Noël

    Judith

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  22. Your tree is beautiful and packs a punch despite its smaller size. You have the perfect spot for it. Have a wonderful holiday!

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  23. Love the pic of the tree through the arch!

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  24. So pretty Kim and your packages are wrapped so fancy! Love the baskets.
    Hope you have a very Merry Christmas!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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  25. Love your red and white Christmas tree! The baskets underneath the table holding presents is a great idea. Will keeps asking me to move ours under our tree, but it isn't possible. Oh well. Funny how he focuses on certain things like that.

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  26. Very pretty! Have a wonderful Christmas!

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  27. I feel ya. I have done the same thing for about 4 years now. Kids are grown and everything has to store in the attic. And my husband refuses to help decorate. Love my table top tree.

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  28. I love your little tree! I'm going to do more little trees next year!

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  29. I started using a smaller tree because I just don't have the room for a big one. I actually took the top portion of our artificial tree and put it on my end table. I still have a tree without taking furniture out of the room!

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  30. Your small tree is very pretty! I understand what you mean about wrestling with and decorating a large tree. We moved the super huge ten foot tree with us...but have not used it in our downsize. We have dropped to a 7 1/2 ft tree. Maybe we will downsize the tree one year. No kids to help me decorate it...they grew up! ha.
    Sheila

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