Join us on a tour of Christmas farmhouse tiered trays. They are stunning and allow you to feature some fun characters. If you don't already have a tiered tray, this post might leave you adding one to your Christmas list!
There is no limit to what you can display on your farmhouse tiered tray. At Christmas time that doesn't change. Here are some ideas for your tired trays to add some festive cheer.
Why are Tiered Trays so Popular?
We all know that tiered trays are perfect for displaying your decor. You may wonder why tiered trays are so popular? When did the trend start? It goes back to the 19th century when afternoon tea served as a bridge between lunch and dinner. Tiered trays were used to offer tiny sandwiches and cakes. They were a great way to serve due to their elegant design space saving size.
How Do You Style a Christmas Tiered Tray?
Rae Dunn pieces are popular on tiered trays, as well as gnomes, Santa, vintage items, mason jars, small candlesticks, and cute marshmallow mugs. Also, pops of greenery are easy-to-find decor items that will add a farmhouse aspect to your farmhouse tray.
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Christmas Farmhouse Tiered Trays
We are going to not only show you some fun holiday decorated farmhouse tiered trays but we are going to share what makes them special and tips on how you can create one too.
Gingerbread Village Tiered Tray
The neutral colors on this tiered tray will warm your heart and your home. These beautiful hues will be easy to add to any farmhouse decor. The little gingerbread houses are the perfect size for a tiered tray. And the containers on the bottom tray are perfect for little treats.
Traditional Christmas Tiered Tray
Vintage Santa mugs and candy on this Christmas tiered tray will take you on a trip down memory lane.
Adding splashes of berries and flocked greenery make this tray super festive. The Quant Bungalow has really delivered a beautiful white three tier tray with a beautiful distressed look.
Copper Christmas Tiered Tray
Finding items that are small enough but great statement pieces can sometimes be challenging.
Cindy at Bless House of Three has done amazing! This is a great example of modern farmhouse styles at work. Mixing copper mugs, a miniature copper scale and white jingle bells create a perfect look. The Dollar Tree and Hobby Lobby are perfect places to find cute little additions for your favorite tiered trays.
We have also fallen in love with the cute marshmallow mugs! You might be seeing more further down in the post.
Welcome to the Neibaurhood
Wooden tiered stands with natural elements are great options to add to your rustic home decor. Splashes of red and green tie together this Christmas farmhouse tiered tray by Welcome to the Neibaurhood.
Hot Cocoa Bar Tiered Tray
Adding Rae Dunn pieces and cute marshmallow mugs with a Santa hat warm your heart before you begin sipping your cocoa.
Vintage Santa Tiered Tray
We are adoring these vintage Santa mugs that Sylvia at SLCook52 has on your white tiered tray!!! Antique Santa mugs are so popular and including all of them with some cheerful Rae Dunn really makes this tray fun!
You cannot ever have enough of these mugs!!!
Adding these precious beauties will transform any coffee bar into a festive Christmas tiered tray.
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Christmas Peppermint Tiered Tray
Cheer, holly, and jolly are great words from Rae Dunn to describe this holiday season that is filled with cheer.
Winter Wonderland Tiered Tray
The grey and white colors, keep this tray looking classy. The adorable gnome dangling his legs from the top tray and what a great idea to add snowflakes around the tray and on the counter.
What a wonderful snowy inspired tray!
Marshmallow Kitchen Tiered Tray
Do you spy more cute marshmallow mugs? We cannot get enough of these adorable tiny little happy creations.
We've never dreamed of accessorizing a cocoa mug but adding a hat on these little guys adds a merry feeling to your decor. We love the larger day of Christmas sign. Adding something larger to your tray will help break up the busyness to add wonderful style.
My Rustic Retreat did an amazing job creating this lovely kitchen Christmas three-tiered tray.
Red and Green Farmhouse Christmas Decorations
Since her tray is in her kitchen she has decorated it with all kinds of treats from gingerbread men to jars of marshmallows. I love how she has included bottle brush trees and look at the jar to the right with a little snowy gingerbread village inside.
Everything about this is adorable and it has delicious written all over it!
Bottle Brush Christmas Tree Tiered Tray
Lori's Christmas farmhouse tiered tray wraps up our post.
House of Wren has really delivered a peaceful vibe in this tiered tray. Each piece is placed with symmetry in mind and she has used the design element of repetition to bring a lovely design.
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We hope you have enjoyed this Christmas farmhouse tiered tray tour. And that you have been inspired with some great ways to add some festive cheer to your home with some cute easy projects. What was your favorite farmhouse tiered tray? I'd love to hear in the comments. We've loved sharing it with you!
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