Give your tiered tray a festive makeover for the holiday season with this white and black buffalo check Christmas tiered tray decor idea.
This tiered tray will give some inspiration for how to decorate your own tiered tray. It’s a great addition to your farmhouse decor and any other buffalo check Christmas decor that you may already have. This neutral farmhouse christmas tray would look great in the dining room or kitchen. You can also use it as a centerpiece.
The items in this tray were found at Amazon, Hobby Lobby, Etsy, and Target.
Christmas Tiered Tray Decor Supplies:
- Distressed Cream 2-Tiered Tray
- Farmhouse Wood Beads Garland
- Miniature Gnomes
- White Ceramic Houses
- Light Up White Truck With Tree
- Flocked Spruce Tree
- mini Christmas tree
- Merry Christmas Truck Wood Decor
- lambs ear garland – cut up to put in as filler
- Black & White Buffalo Check Gnome
- galvanized metal village pieces
- snowflake candleholder with white candle
- Let it Snow Wooden Sign
- farmhouse Rae Dunn coffee mug (can’t see it in the picture, but it’s in the back)
My favorite pieces –that I absolutely recommend– are the tiered tray, mini gnomes, wood bead garland, and the Christmas truck (which actually has little lights in it).
Since I went with a neutral black and white color scheme, I used some mini christmas trees and a lambs ear garland (that I cut up into sprigs) to add some greenery and a pop of color. You could even add some red berries for more color.
I prefer a two tiered tray over one with three tiers because the bigger the tray, the more it costs to decorate it especially if you swap items out seasonally. It only takes me 5 minutes to style the smaller tray so I think its the perfect size without spending much time or effort on it. The one I have is from Amazon and I highly recommend it because its sturdily build and well made. It often goes on sale for 50% off so keep an eye out for the sales.
How to Decorate a Tiered Tray for Christmas:
To style a tiered tray display, You want to layer it so that everything will be visible. Make sure you have different sized items. Start with the larger items like the mini-trees and the truck. These will be your focal points. Then, add the medium sized items (e.g candles, signs) around the large items. Finally, fill in gaps with any small pieces like thee gnomes and mini village pieces. After that is all done, I added the pieces of the lamb’s ear garland to fill in any remaining spaces.
Other Christmas theme ideas for your tiered tray are:
- hot chocolate bar tray
- gingerbread houses
- red and white candy cane theme