It’s the time of the year when the sidewalks and shops are totally packed with a plethora of Christmas tree options. Standard or miniature, slim or full, the confusion after looking at the trees can leave even the most balance headed people dizzy. If you go by suggestion, how about opting for a potted Christmas tree for this holiday? The best thing about potted Christmas trees is that you can use them all year, by placing them in your yard or garden. The artificial ones can also be used to decorate the indoors. So peeps, if we’ve convinced you enough, take a look at our gallery of potted Christmas tree decoration ideas below.
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Potted Christmas Tree For Outdoors:
Potted Christmas trees do not always have to be small. You can even opt for a medium sized Christmas tree and house in a bucket, pot or planter. The bucket and planter stand goes particularly well with the outdoor decoration, as seen in the picture.
Pot For Your Slim Tree:
Who said you can’t house a standard sized Christmas tree in a pot? Of course you can, provided it’s a slim and sparsely decorated Christmas tree, as seen in the picture. This is a slim tree with spaced leaves decorated with tiny LED lights. A simple and sweet decoration.
Victorian Style Potted Christmas Trees:
These teeny tiny potted Christmas trees in pastel colors is perfect for those going for Victorian or vintage themed Christmas decoration. The tree is decorated from top to bottom in tiny ornaments. But the striking featured has to be the crystal tree topper.
This small sized potted Christmas tree is decorated in a pretty simple manner with just bird ornaments and bells. Paper Christmas trees and a bauble are placed on both sides of the tree to add some extra elements. This idea is perfect for people who do not like over the top decoration.
A Beautifully Lit Artificial Potted Tree:
Here’s a beautiful, artificial potted tree decked with lights, snowflakes and cranberries. It looks so gorgeous that it will suit both indoor and outdoor display. What do you think about it?
Pinecone Potted Tree:
These pinecone potted trees will make an excellent craft for children and beautiful decoration for your house. Just ensure that you’re there whenever they need your help. It will also help you and your child bond during this beautiful season.
Potted Christmas Trees For Your Kitchen:
When you’re decorating your house for Christmas, you must not forget your kitchen. It may not be the most viewed places in the house, but it will at least keep you in the spirit while you’re cooking for the feast. One of the easiest ideas you can incorporate is the one featured in the image. Just place three small sized potted Christmas trees on your window sill and you’re sorted.
Potted Christmas Tree For Your Entrance:
What do you think about the idea of decorating your entrance with potted Christmas trees? Small sized, Prelit Christmas trees are placed in worn out and rusty bucket and put near both sides of the door. It’s a perfect idea for those interested in rustic Christmas decoration.
Christmas Tree In A Basket:
Instead of a pot, you can even use a basket to house your slim sized Christmas tree. It’s a perfect inspiration people for people who want a potted Christmas tree, but were unable to get hold of it on time. So a basket will make a great alternative to pot.
A Glittery Berry Christmas Tree:
This unique and stunning winter berry potted Christmas tree is sure to make a lovely addition to your décor. The black branches are loaded with decorative beads, which appear like berries and then sprinkled with red glitter. Do you think you’ll even need lights with such twinkly and shimmery tree? The black Paper-Mache pot is truly enhancing the overall look.
You can even use galvanized buckets for potting your Christmas tree. Since the bucket has a larger space, you can house a bigger tree instead of the mini ones. Don’t forget to give some rustic touches to your décor too, the wooden star Christmas tree topping is looking excessively beautiful.
A Beautifully Lit Potted Tree:
This slim or pencil potted Christmas, decorated with nothing but lights, will look beautiful placed in your house. It’s everything what people of our generation look for in a Christmas tree. It’s space saving, devoid of any over the top ornaments and will make a great addition to your contemporary décor.
Plant The Tree In A Mug:
Now this is indeed a novel ideal perfect for people who are seriously interesting in some planting. And what better day to showcase your lovely habit that Christmas? So plant a medium sized Christmas tree in jug and put it on display.
A Real Potted Christmas Tree:
Now this is what we call a real potted Christmas tree. It’s looking absolutely mesmerizing covered with moss. This idea is sure to get you truckloads of compliments and appreciation.
Pine Potted Christmas Tree:
Enhance the beauty of your house with this beautiful, and small sized potted Christmas tree. It’s so tiny that you can even place it atop your mantel and enjoy the elegance and sophistication it adds. Even your guests will get tired complementing on the tree.
Lush Potted Christmas Trees:
These lush potted Christmas tree is making even us want to plant some Christmas tree for the upcoming holidays. Going by the looks of it, it seems that the setting is of a greenhouse. And if it’s really the same case, then we think it’s an even better idea.
Deck Your Windows:
Deck your windows with this beautiful and lush mid-sized potted Christmas tree. This one’s a bit different as the base looks more like a paint bucket than a pot.
Simple And Straightforward:
Here’s a simple and straightforward potted Christmas tree in its raw form. No unnecessary decoration has been used for this potted tree. The real appeal of this tree lies in its rawness.
Use A Planter:
You can even use a planter to plant your Christmas tree. Or just get a Christmas tree and place in it a planter to give it a potted plant effect. Whatever way you choose; the tree will look beautiful.
Beautiful In Brown:
Beautiful in brown, that’s precisely what describes this lovely Christmas tree. Inspired by the Victorian era, the branches of the tree are layered with artificial snow and glitter. And the spaced branching is exposing the trunks. As with all the other potted Christmas tree, you can display both indoors and outdoors.
Cute And Beautiful:
This one’s indeed cute and adorable. All you need to do is cover the pot with this sack. It will give a shabby, yet chic look to your décor.
A True Blue Potted Plant:
This is indeed a true blue potted Christmas plant. The burlap base is giving out rustic vibes. And the glamor quotient is given by bow tree toppers.
Decorate It With Tiny Stars:
This is a sweet and pretty potted Christmas decorated with cardboard stars and berries. This is truly one of the most unique looking potted Christmas trees we’ve come across. And we’re saying this primarily for the branch tip.
On The Shelf:
Another feature we love about potted Christmas trees is that it can be placed anywhere you like, given it’s a small or medium sized tree. A glowing, small sized potted tree is gracing the shelf of this house.
Use As Table Centerpiece:
You can even use a miniature sized potted Christmas tree as your Christmas table decoration or table centerpiece. Just ensure that it’s a miniature sized tree.
A Classy Look:
Here’s a classy and sophisticated look, which we believe everyone would want to emulate, irrespective of the theme of décor. The little wooden stool with a boat shaped vessel filled with ornaments is giving it a modern touch.
Give A Colorful Touch:
Give your tree a colorful touch by decorating it with beautifully colored ornaments like mint green and red, as shown in the picture. The burlap bunting is also suiting this tree really well.
An Unusual Christmas Tree:
This is definitely one of the most unusual looking potted Christmas tree. It’s basically a branch Christmas tree decked with fun ornaments. It would make a lovely addition to your modern Christmas decoration.
White And Gray:
Yes, it’s indeed a white and gray color combination. The pot is steel gray and the ornaments used for decorating this tree is white. Isn’t it a wonderful color combination?
Mini White Potted Christmas Tree:
Here’s a lovely mini sized potted Christmas tree for your reference. The unusual thing about this tree is that the ornaments are placed on the edge of the potted rather than hanging from the tree.
We hope you enjoyed going through our list of potted Christmas tree decoration ideas. Feel free to comment your favorite potted Christmas trees below.