Dec 24, 2011

My tiny house is decorated for Christmas

My tiny home just arrived here in Washington state just a few weeks ago. The day before she was due to arrive I  purchased several gallons of white paint, and I was standing with paint brush in hand when she was towed down my driveway.  However, life throws many curve balls and I was not able to work on the interior of my tiny retreat as soon or as much as I had planned to do.  I was able to do just enough within coming days to at least shoot some holiday pictures.

Decorating a tiny home does not have to be expensive to be beautiful. Most of the items in the pictures, excluding Santa were vintage treasures picked up from garage sales, thrift stores, and garage sales during this past summer. Craig's list is another wonderful resource and quite often you can buy used items at an incredible price.

The candles are from Ikea and they cost $2.00 for a four pack.

The white rose wreath was a $1.00 garage sale bargain

The little vintage style trees are from the dollar store


This fireplace was a Craig's List find for under a hundred dollars

The Christmas tree is from a local shop and was priced at 75% off after Christmas last year


Plastic snow, .97 cents


My farm table is close to 200 yrs old and I purchased it from a flea market for $65.00

Hand made vintage snowflakes were $1.00 each at a antique shop

Holiday cookies are practical and festive


Sprigs of fresh holly from my yard adorn the upper shelf in the tiny house


An old bed skirt doubles as a tree skirt


Santa brings me some holiday cheer, Thanks Santa

Santa is checking his list to see if you were naughty or nice this past year

Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night.




My Shabby Streamside Studio said...

It came out SO sweet, lively, and pretty! And the DEALS you scored! I was swept away...

Happy Holidays!


Sandy & the puppies

Lisa Oceandreamer Swifka said...

I came upon your blog following another blog and I am so envious. Reading back I LOVE that you are in your 50's and still longed for that playhouse, tiny special retreat. The reason? I am also in my 50's and when I was a child a girl down the street had a victorian-like playhouse I coveted badly. I never forgot it and have always wanted my own. We have a wood "shed" out back that right now is being used for storage but my plan is to make it my "playhouse". You have really inspired me and I plan to bookmark your blog in hopes to see more photos of the inside and outside of YOUR special place.

A Daughter of the King said...

All I can say is," WOW"! no, I can also say," BEAUTIFUL!'

The Old Painted Cottage said...

Your house is so pretty for the holidays, and loved the pics of santa!


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Jan said...

What an absoultely beautiful tiny home....first one I've ever seen done in white and it is gorgeous!!!! Congratluations!

Anonymous said...

I know i fell in love with your style and words. I want this so bad i can taste it ! i also know you do a beer blog, if you ever get to the new york state area, there is a brewery in Utica, ny--central N.Y. matt's brewery which brews saranac- genesee- Utica Club etc. etc. they have a tour and beer samples at the end of tour. Love, Love, Love your blog and have added it to my favorites.


Tess8110 said...

OMG your Tiny home is the epitome of what I dream of my home would look like! Hi I'm Tonia, I'm from Kansas City Mo, when I read your story about how you got your tiny house I just felt I had to contact you. I am planning on building my own Tiny house within the year and I am in love with yours.

Tonita said...

Hi Tonia,
Welcome to the blog. I wish you the very best on your journey to build yourself a tiny home. I am sure it will be so sweet with your personal touches and you will feel like you are living in a home that is hugging you.

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