Jen Perkins’ Tiny House ChristmasPosted by in Decorating Ideas for Every Christmas Tree | Home Decorating with Treetopia
Just because you live in a tiny house does not mean you can’t decorate big for Christmas. You just need the right slim, flatback, or corner Treetopia tree for the job. Join me on a tour of this adorable 256 square foot tiny house–all decked out for the holidays.
Guests are greeted first thing with a Treetopia Harvest Pine Wreath. The custom tiny house on the wreath is a throwback to vintage Putz house decorations and is an exact replica of the tiny house whose door it hangs from. Felt beads and tiny snowmen were also added to the wreath.
I chose a No. 2 Pencil Tree to decorate this tiny house with. Using a slim tree does not sacrifice the impact of height, but keeps the tree compact and perfect for small spaces. In a tiny house, you have to use all the room you have so consider setting your tree on top of built-in storage like a cabinet.
Just because the tree is slim does not mean you have to skimp on festive decorations. Treetopia ornaments, DIY felted sweater embroidery hoops, and more make this farmhouse chic tree special. Spread holiday cheer throughout by changing out throw pillows and decorative shelf items.
Have any tiny spaces you are decorating for the holidays? Tell us all about it in the comments below.by