You Need to See These Tiny Houses Decked Out For Halloween

published Oct 24, 2018
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The only thing better than a well-designed tiny home is one that’s dressed up in Halloween decor. And thanks to the #tinyhousemovement—which advocates for pared down living in small homes such as RVs, airstreams, and of course, tiny houses—sweeping social media, there’s no shortage of spook-tacular mini-abodes to drool over on IG. Read ahead for seven tiny homes we saw on Instagram perfectly tricked out for Halloween.

1. Halloween Airstream

Forget the fact that it’s less than 100 square feet in size, this decked out Airstream trailer, courtesy of @argosyodyssey, is packed with some serious Halloween punch. Covered from top-to-bottom in cobwebs and stuffed tarantulas, this tiny home screams “haunted airstream!”

2. Boo-tiful Backyard

What to do when your house is so small there’s no room to decorate your front porch for Halloween? Take a cue from tiny house dweller @whitneyleighmorris and dress up your backyard instead. Speckled with pumpkins and orange-and-black jack-o-lantern banners, this tiny backyard is still brimming with Halloween flair.

3. Tiny Haunted House

If you haven’t heard of Blue Moon Rising, then now’s the time to listen up. Every Halloween, the tiny house village in the woods of Maryland transforms their collection of cabins into a haunted community, complete with a “Witches Coven,” “Mad Scientist’s Lab,” and a scary circus-style sideshow, as seen on FYI’s Tiny House Nation (and on Country Living).

4. Spooktacular Trailer

Sure we’ve all heard of haunted houses, but have you ever heard of a haunted trailer? Not only is this mobile micro-house (by @steveconsiglio) covered in scary spiders and webs, it even features a ghoulish motorcycle driver, complete with a bag of pumpkins in hand.

5. Jack-O’-RV

Why adorn your tiny home in Halloween decor when you can make it a full-blown jack-o-lantern instead? This eye-catching RV on @bluedogrv is painted to look just like a hand-carved jack-o-lantern (sans all the messy pumpkin seeds).

6. Front Yard Display

When there’s not enough interior square footage to decorate for Halloween, some tiny house dwellers bring their flair outside, instead. This small but stylish front yard setup on @tinyheirloom features several large pumpkins and a vintage-style letter board wishing passersby a “Happy Halloween!”

7. Themed Dining Room

A little Halloween decor can go a long way in a tiny house. Case in point: this miniature dining nook inside the RV of @lovemaemiller, which despite being practically microscopic in size, offers a surprisingly sleek All Hallows’ Eve-inspired centerpiece.