The cutest mini Christmas trees for your kids room (or small apartment)

You don’t necessarily need to go big in order to muster up a little holiday cheer!

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There’s something about putting up the Christmas tree that transitions away from the autumn and into, well, the most jolly time of the year and in our opinion, you can never have too many Christmas trees on display at home.

Whether you’re currently in search or a great tree that will fit in your kids room, or you’re hoping to score something that’s just small enough to fit in the one spare square foot in your studio apartment, we’ve rounded up some of the cutest mini Christmas trees that will foster a sense of holiday cheer without being overbearing in a small space.

From classic natural-looking evergreen trees to more modern and sophisticated models, these mini Christmas trees will certainly help make your home a little more cozy.

Looking for more holiday decorating inspiration to foster a sense of Christmas spirit at home? Be sure to check out our list of Christmas decoration ideas to make this year’s decor the best yet.

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Solpex Tabletop Christmas Tree | Currently $23.99 (opens in new tab)

Looking for something teeny-tiny that will foster the same cheerful energy as a classic Christmas tree? This tabletop tree from Solpex is the answer. The 24-inch tree comes pre-decorated with classic gold and red bauble balls and battery operated LED lights so you can sit the tree anywhere without worrying about cables and plugs.

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PARTY JOY 23" Artificial Mini Christmas | Currently $17.99 (opens in new tab)

This sweet little tree was made to add some holiday cheer to a princess-themed bedroom or any space that appreciates a light and airy touch of powder pink and cream. The 23-inch tree comes with a modern silver base and sparkly ornaments to tie it together.

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NOMA 3-Foot Tabletop Christmas Tree | Currently $39.99 (opens in new tab)

Hoping to find something a little more bold than the average artificial tree? This is the one. The hot pink tree was made for quirky apartments or colorful kids rooms and lends the perfect backdrop for even more bold ornaments.

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National Tree Company Pre-lit Artificial Christmas Tree | Currently $33.99 (opens in new tab)

You can do a lot with a white Christmas tree. Whether you’re looking for the perfect tree to hang your monochromatic ornament collection or you want something to make your colorful Kugel ornaments pop, this pre-lit white tree ensures both holiday cheer and modern sophistication.

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OYEFLY Tabletop Christmas Tree, 23.6in | Currently $17.99 (opens in new tab)

This pretty little tree comes with everything you need to create an instant warmth and festive feel to your space. While it’s just 23 inches in height, it includes a set of silver bauble ornaments and pine cones and even a sparkling silver star to place on the top.

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Kurt Adler 18-Inch Mini Pine Tree | Currently $14.95 (opens in new tab)

This 18-inch miniature pine tree is a great option for anyone looking for a more rustic centerpiece. The teeny nature-inspired tree comes tastefully wrapped in a bundle of burlap for an even more cozy and natural look.

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National Tree Company Pre-lit Artificial Christmas Tree | Currently $157.94 (opens in new tab)

Looking for something a little taller to open gifts around come Christmas morning? This pre-lit artificial Christmas tree stands at 4 feet tall, which makes it the perfect size for a smaller space without feeling as though it’s taking over the entire room.

Kaitlyn is an experienced travel and lifestyle writer with a keen interest in interior decorating and home optimization. An avid traveler, she's currently splitting her time between her apartment in a century-old châteauesque building in Montreal and her cozy chalet in the woods (that she built with her own two hands... and many YouTube tutorials!). Her work has been published in Travel + Leisure, Tatler Asia, Forbes, Robb Report Singapore, and various other international publications.