The only thing better than a well-designed tiny home is one that's dressed up in holiday decor. And thanks to the #tinyhousemovement—which advocates pared down living in small homes such as campers, Airstreams, and of course, tiny houses—sweeping social media, there's no shortage of festively decorated mini-abodes to drool over on IG. Read ahead for seven tiny homes decked out in holiday decor we spotted on Instagram.
1. Mini Holiday Setup
A tiny tree can work wonders in a miniature home, all it takes is a little imagination. Take a cue from tiny house owner @gennapoletti and opt for a small but sparkling mini tree to make a big holiday statement without taking up too much square footage.
2. Tiny Holiday Trailer
Never underestimate the power of some well-strung holiday lights on the exterior of your home. Not only is this eye-catching mobile micro-house (by @tinyhousegiantjourney) covered in dazzling lights, it even boasts a few holiday wreaths and garland for safe—and merry—measure.
3. Tiny Tree Centerpiece
Forget the fact that it's less than 100 square feet in size, this tiny camper feels plenty cheerful thanks to the mini-tree centerpiece, courtesy of @pursuitofpalms. It spreads more than enough holiday cheer to go around.
4. Tiny Outdoor Holiday Scene
What to do when your place is so small there's no room to decorate your interior with a flashy festive scene? Follow in the footsteps of tiny house dweller @megmstephens and dress up your front porch with a holiday tree, wreath, and garland instead!
5. Tall but Tiny Tree
Living in a teeny space doesn't mean you can't go "big" designing your home for the holidays. Instead of decking your halls with tons of garland and a massive tree, consider an extra tall (but super slim) tree—like this ceiling-length stunner courtesy of @treetopia, to make a major impact without taking up a ton of floor space.
6. Tiny Holiday Backyard
When you run out of room to decorate your tiny interior for the holidays, try moving things outdoors for a change. Tiny house inhabitant @whitneyleighmorris transformed her little backyard patio into a full-blown winter wonderland, by simply hanging up some snowflakes and string lights in the surrounding trees.