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Do you love the look of an evergreen but lack the space for a full-size Christmas tree? Do you wish you could add small touches of greenery throughout your home – even in the kitchen and bedroom? Tabletop trees provide the perfect way to celebrate the season in any room of your house. Place a mini fir on a console table or festoon a tree in the kitchen with gingerbread men. Faux trees made of feathers add a whimsical touch. Janet Brown Interiors offers a selection of tabletop trees  and ornaments to decorate your home. Here are some photos for inspiration . . .

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Janet Brown Interiors offers trees and houses so you can create your own Snow Village.

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“Victorian beadwork and antique ornaments adorn a small tree.” Blair House, the president’s official guesthouse for foreign heads of state visiting Washington. D.C. Holiday decor by interior decorator Barry Dixon and floral designer Barbara Hamilton of The Ociana Group. Photography by Gordon Beall. “Decorating: A Capital Christmas” text by Jenny Bradley. Traditional Home.

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“Placed in front of a mirror against gorgeous wallpaper, a small tree provides a classic holiday touch.” “Decorating: Christmas Trees!Traditional Home.

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“Less expected than pots of traditional poinsettia or paperwhites, a small evergreen in a burlap-wrapped container enlivens a guest bedroom or den.” Interior design by Barbara Purdy, Barbara Purdy Design. Photography by Angus Fergusson. “A Potted Tree,” Canadian House and Home (December 2011).

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“The family enjoys snacking on gingerbread men hung from the tree, which can be planted after the holidays.” Interior design by Pamela Pierce, Pierce Designs and Associates. Photography by Tria Giovan. “Tailor-Made Trimmings” by Lydia Somerville. Southern Accents (November – December 2003).

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“The dining table features a composition of cake stands with compotes of roses, peonies, and kumquats, wreathed by whimsical snow-covered trees.” Houston, Texas, home of Michelle Stewart and her family. Interior design by Michelle Stewart. Photography by Tria Giovan. Written by Jill Kirchner Simpson. “White Christmas” produced by Susanna Showers Moldawer. Southern Accents (November – December 2005).

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“Swags of noble fir crown each window, while vintage-inspired white feather trees nestle on a marble-top chest.” Houston, Texas, home of Michelle Stewart and family. Interior design by Michelle Stewart. Photographed by Tria Giovan. Written by Jill Kirchner Simpson. “White Christmas” produced by Susanna Showers Moldawer. Southern Accents (November – December 2005).

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“In the family room, white canvas slipcovers dress club chairs from the ’40s. Sand dollars serve as ornaments on the miniature tree.” Houston, Texas, home of Michelle Stewart and family. Interior design by Michelle Stewart. Photographed by Tria Giovan. Written by Jill Kirchner Simpson. “White Christmas” produced by Susanna Showers Moldawer. (Photo found on Southern Living website.) Originally published in Southern Accents (November – December 2005).

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“Amethyst and icy blue ornaments suit the charming color scheme in daughter Caroline’s room. Even the chandelier has lavender crystals.” Houston, Texas, home of Michelle Stewart and family. Interior design by Michelle Stewart. Photographed by Tria Giovan. Written by Jill Kirchner Simpson. “White Christmas” produced by Susanna Showers Moldawer. (Photo found on Southern Living website.) Originally published in Southern Accents (November – December 2005).

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” ‘We always throw a big party for about 400 people, and I started putting trees throughout the house to get guests to circulate and not congregate in the one room with the one tree. Most of them are live and in the root ball and get replanted on my farm after the holidays, in a spot we call Christmas Tree Corner. We put the little purple one in my niece Lauren’s room about nine years ago. She never wanted to go to bed and leave the tree in the living room, so she got her own. I made it purple because that went with the lavender-print Kathryn Ireland wallpaper in her room.’ ” Interior design by Barry Dixon. “Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas” by Shax Riegler. House Beautiful.

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“A tabletop tree allows for more entertaining space.” Interior design by David H. Mitchell. Photography by Keith Scott Morton. “Counting on Christmas” by Leslie Dunne Sadler. Southern Accents (November – December 2003).

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Tyler, Texas, home of Ellisiv and Chad McNeil. Interior design by Meredith McBrearty. Photography by Emily Minton Redfield. Written by Amy Elbert. “Scandinavian-Style Christmas: Pretty Texas Home” produced by Elizabeth R. Beeler. Traditional Home.

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“A hand-crafted Norwegian plate rack adds vintage charm, hanging above a wood picnic box from Norway that dates to the 1850s.” Tyler, Texas, home of Ellisiv and Chad McNeil. Interior design by Meredith McBrearty. Photography by Emily Minton Redfield. Written by Amy Elbert. “Scandinavian-Style Christmas: Pretty Texas Home” produced by Elizabeth R. Beeler. Traditional Home.

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“A matching set of mid-20th-century Currier and Ives transferware really shines in this green cupboard. Mini trees in teacups complete the look.” Photography by Michael Luppino. “101 Holiday Decorating Ideas,” Country Living.

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“Caroling with friends always makes for a memorable holiday tradition.” “A Canine Christmas,” Traditional Home.

Don’t forget your animal friends this season! Janet Brown Interiors has plenty of pet ornaments for your Christmas trees, as well as dog pillows and other accessories for the animal lovers in your life. Let us help you check some things off your holiday to-do list!

Post by Kathleen Sams Flippen for Janet Brown Interiors

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