Tiny Home Living: Your Holiday Decor Guide

The holiday season is in full swing and holiday decor is filling the shelves of your local department store. Decorating may look a bit different in a tiny home, but it’s still possible to be festive in your small space. How do you decorate for the holiday season? We’re here to help. Here are your tiny space living decor tips and tricks.

Tiny Trees

Choose small decor. Tiny living may mean downsizing your decor, literally. Whether your cut down on the size or the amount, tiny homes don’t offer enough space for the decorations your large house likely boasted. Mini trees are a perfect way to decorate without taking up too much space. Plus, you can choose how many trees you put up in your tiny home. Opt for one on a table or scatter them throughout your house for holiday cheer, sure to please your visitors.


Wreaths are a perfect choice to show your holiday cheer year round.

You can either purchase or DIY a wreath to match whatever holiday you’re choosing to celebrate. Wreaths look great on the door and/or porch of your tiny home. Show your neighbors that you’re in the holiday spirit by opting for this decoration.

Festive Lights

Lights are a fun way to decorate the inside and outside of your home.

They don’t take up much space and the possibilities are endless. Whether you string them along your porch or wrap them around a tree, festive lights are a must have when decorating. Opt for battery powered lights to save your electricity.

Gingerbread Houses

Gingerbread houses may be the perfect holiday decoration. They’re fun to build, delicious to eat, and only take up a small amount of counter space. Decorate your gingerbread house to match your favorite holiday, or design it to look like your tiny house. Whether you opt to decorate it to match your tiny home or not, we want to see your gingerbread houses. Share your gingerbread houses Stone Canyon Homes by using #SCHGingerbread on social media.


We featured them in our fall decor guide, but candles are still a perfect way to decorate in your tiny home. Whether you’re a peppermint, holiday cookie, or fresh pine lover, you’re bound to find a holiday candle that you love. Candles and wax melts can quickly fill your tiny home with holiday cheer.

Happy Holidays from your friends at Stone Canyon Homes!

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Tiny Home Fall Decor: Your Guide To Decorating

It’s starting to feel like autumn outside, which means it’s time to break out the fall decor if you haven’t already. Living the minimalistic lifestyle in a tiny home may mean decorating a bit differently, but it’s still possible to decorate for the season. Check out our guide on what tiny home fall decor to purchase or make this season.

We recommend choosing decorations that are multi-functional. Tiny homes have adequate storage for your daily necessities, but it can be tricky to store large amounts of seasonal decor. Here are our top picks for tiny home fall decor:


Want your house to both look and small like fall? Purchase a candle or wax melt of your favorite fall scent. These items are the perfect multi-function decoration for fall. Since our homes are tiny, one candle can leave the whole home smelling like your favorite fall scent. Don’t forget to blow out the candle or unplug the warmer after your home is smelling like fall.


If fall had a mascot, what would it be? A pumpkin. Pumpkins are another multi-use decoration. Whether you choose to leave them on your porch, carve them, or bring them inside, pumpkins are the perfect fall decoration. After you are finished decorating with them, there are many ways you can use your pumpkin. If you carve them, roast the seeds in honey for a delicious snack. You can make pumpkin pie or another delicious dessert with a whole pumpkin. Pumpkins are a cheap and easy decorations that don’t require storage throughout the year.


If you want to keep the decor outside, put together a fun porch scene. To do this, all you need is a sprinkle of hay, some colorful pumpkins, and a scarecrow. This quick and easy decoration will make your porch look like an autumn wonderland. Another perk is only one of these decorations requires storage, and he’s a small little guy that can be easily tucked away until next year.


Looking for a DIY project for your fall decor? A wreath is perfect for you. Whether you choose to purchase the elements at a local craft store, or pick up fallen leaves around your home, your wreath is bound to be perfect. Choose leaves, acorns, berries, et cetera in fall colors, place them in a wreath, and hang it on your door. If you aren’t the DIY type, check your local decor stores for a pre-made wreath. These can either be stored until next year, or returned to nature if you use natural elements.

Welcome Sign

Interchangeable welcome signs are becoming more and more popular. They are also a perfect multi-use decor item for a tiny home. These signs come with detachable seasonal elements, such as pumpkins, flowers, beach balls, and more. Find these at a local craft store, make your own, or purchase one from a local artist. These signs require little storage since part of them can be used year round.

Have fun decorating your tiny home for every season! Just because you’re living a minimalistic lifestyle doesn’t mean that you can no longer decorate for the season. Check out our Pinterest for more seasonal decor at www.pinterest.com/stonecanyonhomes/.

Looking for a tiny home to decorate? Visit the “homes” page of our website to find your perfect tiny home.