When it comes to small homes and tiny houses, maximizing the usable space is of great importance in order to be able to have a functional home without lacking anything. Decoration options are quite limited for tiny homes from obvious reason.
While we can all agree that tiny houses look adorable as they are due to the building style and their compact layout, adding personality requires careful planning.
You don’t want to interrupt the perfect way in which all elements are set, so clearly large decorative items are off the table.
But how about experimenting with lights? Lights obviously don’t take up a lot of space and they can perfectly fit in the vintage yet modern atmosphere that a tiny house has.
So if you put away your Christmas lights, take them out because they might come in handy!
Create a Bed Drape
There is something about bed drapes that can transform the entire bedroom into a serene haven. Drapes add a feel of coziness and suddenly laying down after a busy day becomes more pleasurable.
Almost as if you are tucked away in your own private corner of the world. Adding fairy lights to the entire composition will add an additional wow-factor to your bedroom.
Don’t worry about making strict patterns – attached some to the drapes, some to the ceiling and even let some hang loose. Perfection guaranteed!
Shape Lights Into a Word
You can already imagine it, can’t you? Grab your Christmas lights (make sure they are not multi-colored!) or buy affordable fairy light with a good length and shape them into a word that describes you.
Live? Love? Laugh? Dream? Smile? The choice is yours!
Flameless Fire Pit
Bearing in mind that we are talking about tiny houses, clearly having a full-size fire pit is too far of a stretch. However, the flameless fire pit doesn’t have to be a realistic impression in order to make a statement!
If you have a nightstand, a shelf or a table that could use a bit of decoration, one such flameless fire pit can add a great personality to the entire room.
All you need are some lights, a few sticks and a few stones (pun not intended). Arrange the stones in a circle and place the string lights in the middle.
Make sure the light can reach the socket before anything else! Set the sticks up in a way they would mimic how a fire pit would look like. And there…
Continue reading and discover more lighting ideas on Tammy Broccas’ blog