Let’s just say 2020 has been a tough year for all of us, and we saw an unprecedented number of people putting up Christmas trees and light displays before the Thanksgiving turkey landed on the table.
Because we could all use some extra holiday cheer this year, we reached out to many of the tiny house/boat/bus/van dwellers we’ve interviewed this year and asked to see their tiny house Christmas decor!
From tiny trees to dainty garlands, you’ll find all manner of minimalist holiday trappings in the pictures below. Get some inspiration, or just soak in the beauty of tinsel and lights!
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Tiny House Christmas Decorations: Simple Holiday Charm
Tiffany put up a simple lighted garland and skinny tree!
Read more about Tiffany and her family here.
Ida’s Norwegian Mikrohaus is stunning in it’s minimalistic decor.
Love the festive cat, hehe.
Read more about Ida’s tiny life here.
The Reeds chose a neutral pallet for their decor.
A touch of greenery.
The Reeds’ story from RV-living to buying a little home is worth reading here.
Stockings hung by the shelf with care in the Steiny family house.
A Nativity scene sits on the windowsill in the boys’ room.
Read more about how this family of five is living in under 500 square feet here.
In Germany, Tina has up some lovely exterior lights.
And she made her advent calendar into a garland.
Read more about her life on the farm with her animals and tiny house here.
Colorful Christmas lights bring joy to Alexis’ THOW!
Some more garland and lights.
Learn more about single mom Alexis and her tiny house here.
Elena made their cottage look extra festive with a red & white theme.
Her children playing with festive Nutcrackers.
Read about how Elena’s family downsized here.
Sometimes all you need are some Christmassy towels! Lindsay did a great job with her RV.
It’s looking so jolly in here!
Learn more about Lindsay’s RV life here.
Sometimes a wreath is all you need!
But a mini tree and stockings sure make the place look like home.
Learn more about the Scout family here.
This bus family had some little helpers when they decorated.
Learn more about Whitney and her family here.
Candy canes and Santa mugs are sometimes all you need.
Learn more about this couple rethinking the American Dream here.
Amanda made their tiny homes look festive with outdoor lights.
More lights are always better.
Read more about this single mom’s double-tiny-house design here.
Some greenery goes a long way on this bus!
This woman has a bus home and studio! Learn more here.
This narrowboat looks great all lit up.
A view of the tree from the inside.
Find out how this couple escaped London rent on their narrowboat in the UK here.
It doesn’t take much to make a van look festive!
These little stockings make a big difference.
This family is planning a pared down Christmas this year.
This welcome mat is the perfect entryway to their bus home.
Check out their Christmas transformation below!
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Read more about their life in a bus here.
Another lovely narrowboat with garland.
This little slideshow shows how cozy it is inside.
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Read more about her life on the water here.
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