Tour 3 Tiny Houses Decorated for the Holidays

Living in a tiny home doesn’t mean you have to forgo Christmas decorations. See how these three tiny homes are decked out for the holidays.

Photo By: Beth Oliver

Photo By: Jennifer Ramos

Photo By: Beth Oliver

Photo By: Beth Oliver

Photo By: Beth Oliver

Photo By: Jennifer Ramos

Photo By: Jennifer Ramos

Photo By: Jennifer Ramos

Photo By: Jennifer Ramos

Photo By: Jennifer Ramos

Photo By: Jennifer Ramos

Photo By: Jennifer Ramos

Photo By: Jennifer Ramos

Photo By: Jennifer Ramos

Photo By: Jennifer Ramos

Photo By: Jennifer Ramos

Photo By: Jennifer Ramos

Photo By: Jennifer Ramos

House 1: Clean and Contemporary

With just a few key pieces and a small tree, this 256-square-foot tiny house is transformed into a wee winter wonderland.

House 1: Clean and Contemporary

Consider using tabletops, cabinets or side tables as a base to add height to a small tree.

House 1: Clean and Contemporary

Dishes are almost always on display in tiny houses. Switch out a few key pieces for something like seasonal coffee mugs.

House 1: Clean and Contemporary

Double up on the tree lights and you might just have enough to light the entire tiny house.

House 1: Clean and Contemporary

Decorations should be in keeping with the style of the tiny house. Clean lines and minimal looks can also be reflected in subtle and modern holiday decor.

House 1: Clean and Contemporary

Just because you decided to go tiny does not mean you can’t do some holiday entertaining.

House 2: Boho Retreat

Some tiny houses are extra tiny, this model is 175-square feet. That being said, a few carefully chosen colorful and bold decorations go a long way.

House 2: Boho Retreat

There may not be room for a traditional tree in your tiny house, so consider making your own like this yarn-wrapped tomato cage.

House 2: Boho Retreat

Bring the outside in from your tiny travels. A quick coat of paint and sprinkling of glitter makes pinecones a decorative opportunity.

House 2: Boho Retreat

Don’t forget the stockings! Use items like drawer pulls, door knobs and cabinet handles as opportunities to hang decorations.

House 2: Boho Retreat

No matter the size of your home, changing out the throw pillows is an easy way to get into the holiday spirit.

House 2: Boho Retreat

Gifts become part of the holiday decor when you go tiny, so it’s time to up your creative gift wrapping game.

House 3: Farmhouse Chic

Greet guests first thing with a festive doormat and decorative wreath complete with custom snow topped tiny house.

House 3: Farmhouse Chic

Don’t miss a decorating opportunity in your tiny house by forgetting the stairs and railing.

House 3: Farmhouse Chic

Extra seating is always a good idea during the holidays. Festive floor pillows and throws are great to have on hand for visitors.

House 3: Farmhouse Chic

In a traditional home, you might not consider decorating the bedroom for the holidays, but when you go tiny, even the loft gets into the spirit of things.

House 3: Farmhouse Chic

Slim, pencil or flat-back trees all work well in tiny houses.

House 3: Farmhouse Chic

Tiny houses can look cluttered quick, so choose only a few holiday favorites to display.