Last year, I did a post on Christmas villages and houses. Since long ago, so many people have engaged in this tradition that you’ll find companies selling Christmas houses for the season. Hell, many sell houses for Halloween and Easter villages as well. Nevertheless, this practice can be very expensive as you see in the image above. Yet, there are plenty of people who make their own Christmas village houses as I’ve seen on Pinterest. Sometimes they can be in pastel colors with a vintage look to them. Sometimes this isn’t the case. Yet, since I had a lot of Christmas village house pictures left over, I thought it would be best to use some of them for another post for this year. So for your yuletide reading pleasure, I give you another assortment of Christmas village houses. Hope you enjoy these.
- A small cottage always can use some Christmas trees.
This one even has a snowman. Yet, I think the tree on the right stands out more in this display.
2. Sometimes a house always has to have a snowed roof and a wreath.
This one is in blue, red, and white. Doesn’t have as flashy decor as the other one, but it’s quaint.
3. A shiny new bell always helps deck the halls on this church.
Nice that it has Christmas decorations at the base and a red roof. Love this.
4. It doesn’t matter where you stack the Christmas houses on the shelf.
Since it makes a colorful village display anyway. Doesn’t hurt if you have funky colored Christmas trees.
5. A simple white Christmas house can always do with some greenery.
After all, add a garland and wreath and it’s already in the Christmas spirit. Helps if there’s a light from the window.
6. A red house doesn’t need much to deck the halls.
Just snow on the roof, evergreen trees, and a wreath can put it in the Christmas spirit. It’s as simple as that.
7. How about some candy cane trimming?
This one certainly has it around the roof. However, I could easily tell this is made from styrofoam.
8. To make it more Christmasy, use red lights.
It seems to work with this one. Then again, it might have red paper behind the windows to make it look red.
9. A Christmas church always has to have an angel in front of it.
Because a miniature nativity scene may not be possible if it’s DIY. Too many small pieces. Yet, this is lovely.
10. When in doubt, go with glitter.
This one certainly does, and gold glitter, too. Goes well with the decor on this.
11. A blue house can always get one in a winter mood.
This one doesn’t use a lot of decorations either. Well, save for Christmas trees and a reindeer in front.
12. A towering tree display can always use a few houses.
Yes, this is a tall Christmas tree village display. And yes, houses are on each of the snow patches. All in all, it’s probably made by someone with too much time on their hands.
13. White and silver are always great on a fancy house.
Doesn’t hurt that it’s trimmed with glitter and has a porch. Love it.
14. Red and green makes this church a sight to be seen.
This one even has a gold ornament as a bell on the steeple. Like the wreath and trees.
15. A pink house can always use a few extra trimmings.
As you can see, this one has a present, Christmas trees, and a garland with a flower on it. Not sure what to think about the tower.
16. Sometimes some little jingles can go a long way.
This one doesn’t use much decoration. Yet, it’s somewhat in the Christmas spirit in its simplicity.
17. A Christmas house always needs to sparkle.
This one has a glittery roof as well as other Christmas decor. Got to love the white reindeer in the front.
18. Even a Christmas church has to be in the spirit of things.
This one even has gold wreath and trees. Still, like the top beaded cross on this one.
19. A Christmas church always has to have a warm winter glow.
This one has a warm glow through the windows. And it doesn’t use a lot of snow on the roofs.
20. You never know what kind of Christmas magic you’ll have in a cabinet shelf.
This display has a very vibrant village with houses and trees. Love how it lights up like its own winter wonderland.
21. Light green and pink make a great Christmas cottage.
Then again, that’s all a matter of opinion. But I do think this house is quite nice regardless.
22. Bejeweled decorations can make the holiday season right.
This one uses a couple pendants on the front to bring out the winter sparkle. Love the one near the roof the best.
23. Even a barn should be decorated to celebrate the season.
This one has a wreath and trees. Love the snow on the roof and the silo.
24. Looks like there’s smoke coming from this Christmas house.
Well, it sure seems like it and it’s sparkly, too. Still, I think the smoke part of this house is kind of ingenious if you ask me.
25. A pink and blue house has its own unique Christmas charm.
Or is it in a shade of light green? Either way, you have to admire the towers and decor.
26. A small green Christmas cottage can be just as quaint.
And this one has a snowman, a star, and 2 golden trees. Can’t help but like this one.
27. A simple blue cottage can always be decked to celebrate the season.
This one has a gold glitter roof and white icicles. Love the little snowman in front, too.
28. A pink jeweled church can always stand out on any holy night.
This one also uses jewelry decorations like the last house. Nevertheless, it’s quite a beauty.
29. Sometimes a simple house is all you need.
This one only has a single golden Christmas tree. Other than that, almost looks like a normal house.
30. Sometimes golden Christmas trees should be topped with silver snowflakes.
Well, this church is sure in the yuletide spirit. It even has a silver bell in its tower.
31. This yellow house makes winter merry and bright.
This one has a nice sunny disposition with its orange snow capped roof. Love the tree and snowman in front.
32. You haven’t seen nothing like a Christmas village in a cabinet space.
There are even some houses behind the glass doors. All in all, it’s a wondrous holiday display.
33. This pink house will certainly perk up the holiday spirit.
This one has bejeweled decorations and a rosy garland. Sure it’s pink and girly, but I like it.
34. If you don’t have enough fluff for snow, white table cloths will do.
This display even has small artificial trees in the background. You have to admire how creative this is.
35. A house isn’t in the Christmas spirit if it’s not red and green.
This one has a snow covered roof and evergreens in the corners. Love the wreath on the front door.
36. Think of the wonders you can do with a simple wooden stepladder.
Yes, this is a Christmas village built on a stepladder. And it’s even decorated with lights for an extra Christmas touch.
37. The more outlandish a Christmas house is the better.
This one seems like it would belong in Whoville. But you can’t hate the festive patterns.
38. Sometimes a Christmas church can have a brown rustic touch.
Well, this must be the plainest church I’ve put on this post so far. Got to like the reindeer in front.
39. Gold is all that glitters on this Christmas house.
This one even has a golden wreath, roof, and reindeer. Still, what’s not to love?
40. Who can it be on the house top here?
Why, it’s Santa and his sleigh? Not sure if he has 8-9 reindeer on it. But I’ll include it.
41. Sometimes a Christmas village can gather around on one Christmas tree.
This one has small houses on the tree while bigger homes are on the bottom. At any rate, love this.
42. Even a small cottage can contain just enough Christmas spirit.
This little blue one has garlands with red jingles. So I guess it keeps the season merry.
43. A yellow Christmas house can be just as sunny.
It helps that it has decorations that go with its color. Like the 2 chimneys and snow roof.
44. This red Christmas house can make you feel at home for the holidays.
Sure it’s large, but it looks like some rustic lodge. Like the trees and wreath on this.
45. Guess Santa Claus decided to make a stop here.
And lo, Santa is on top of the chimney. Wonder where he’ll park his sleigh.
46. Glitter can always be used to make this village sparkle.
Yes, these all have glitter on the roofs to give an impression of snow and ice. And yes, they’re all in a vintage style.
47. You’ll be surprised what you’ll find on the shelves.
And yet, another Christmas village arrangement that seems a bit crowded. But I have to love the trees in the background.
48. A Christmas church must have a wreath on its tower.
It even has Christmas trees and a shiny silver garland. What’s more about this one to love?
49. You never know what kind of Christmas village you’ll find near a Christmas tree.
And here we have a vibrant one at that. It even has an ice covered lake, too.
50. Evergreen garlands and lights always make a Christmas village right.
And this one is no exception. Doesn’t have the wintry feel. But that’s beside the point.
51. This house will bring you warmth in any winter wonderland.
This one has a rather simple style with a snow capped roof. Love the decor on the bottom though.
52. Seems like this green house brings on the yuletide cheer.
It even has green jingles with red beads as well as Santa in front. Love the shutters.
53. A Christmas house like this has a wondrous balcony.
Sure it’s quite big for a Christmas house. But you have to admire it as a work of art.
54. You can easily see a house like this at the North Pole.
After all, it’s red and green, it has a Christmas tree, and it seems to have Santa in the front. Also, Santa ha pictures of himself on the roof.
55. Sometimes a Christmas village can almost become a town.
Yes, Christmas villages can be quite large and very elaborate. For people do go all out on these.
56. Golden Christmas trees make this church merry and bright.
This one even has a golden wreath and a cute little angel. Oh, and it has red light coming from the windows.
57. Sparkling jewels give this yellow house a yuletide touch.
Sure it doesn’t look like much. But the jewel on top is certainly top notch holiday spirit.
58. This white Christmas house is always trimmed with green.
Even has green garland at the windows with red ribbons. Surely you can’t deny this is a quality house for the holiday season.
59. This house almost seems to have everything snowed over.
Still, it’s quite delightful with the snowman and the Christmas tree. So what if there’s a tree without branches?
60. This brown house makes for a rather cozy home.
Sure it’s made from cardboard and looks it. But you have to admire the deer and the decor.
61. Sometimes it helps if a Christmas church is small.
Yet, this one has silver trimming as icicles as well as snow on its purple roof. Love it.
62. This blue Christmas church seems straight from a midnight clear.
Well, at one point it doesn’t seem bigger from the other churches. Yet, it still has quite the impression.
63. You can make a wondrous Christmas village from a white step ladder.
This even fancier than the other stepladder display. Even has lights and garland on it.
64. These village buildings are just as white as they’re golden.
Each of them is white with golden decor. Like the golden wreath on the church.
65. This pink Christmas house has quite a tree in the back.
Seems like it’s being decorated with ornaments galore. And the tree is almost as big as the house.
66. This blue and green house is all decked for the holiday season.
This one has decorated trees and a wreath on top. Still, it’s pure Christmas magic.
67. If you don’t have glitter, sequins will surely do.
This one has a jeweled decoration with golden Christmas trees. Had to include it.
68. A Christmas house like this has a lot of golden trim.
Well, at least on the chimney and tower. Still, you have to like the wreath and the snowman.
69. This one has a Christmas tree that lights up.
Not to mention, there’s light coming from the windows, too. Sure the snow is messy but that’s what it is really like.
70. Apparently, this house has Santa Claus on the balcony.
Well, this certainly looks like a sizable homey dwelling. Like the Christmas trees on here, too.
71. Check out the baubles on this red cottage.
This one even has a jewel on the other for a star. Not sure what to think about the snowman though.
72. Sometimes simple trees are for simple houses.
Okay, this house may not be very simple since it has 2 chimneys. Bit its trees are since they only have red ornaments.
73. This little green house has a lot of quaintness to it.
This is quite lovely in its own way. Not too fancy. But with just enough whimsy.
74. Sometimes all a Christmas house needs is a golden front.
Well, not quite golden but close enough. Still, the Christmas trees here are stunning.
75. A yellow house like this calls for 2 massive trees surrounding it.
Helps if they’re decorated with red and silver ornaments. Like the snowman and the wreath.
76. Sometimes a simple pink church is all you need.
Helps if it has 2 pipe cleaner wreaths with a pink bow. Sure some may not like it but I’ll take it.
77. At times, you might be more comfortable with a simple church with a simple tower.
This one doesn’t have much on it. But the trees and deer give it a Christmas touch.
78. A retro house like this will get you in a festive mood.
Well, architecture during that time period wasn’t the greatest. But this isn’t too bad. Love the windows.
79. Check out the icicles on this humble house.
Helps that it’s in red and green with lit up windows. Very beautiful and whimsical, too.
80. You can always let the holiday spirit in with large windows.
This red one also has 2 chimneys, a snowed roof, and 2 trees. Like the snowman.
81. For a more rustic feel, this quaint log cabin will do.
Particularly if it has snow on the roof and it’s surrounded by trees. All in all, I think it’s quite stunning.
82. This frame house has a holiday modernist edge.
Of course, I really don’t like the color on this. But it’s unique so it goes on this post.
83. A purple and white house can be just as fancy during the season.
This is especially if it has golden window frames and red lights coming through it. Love the purple roof and front facade. Lovely.
84. This small white house is exactly what you need for a silent night.
After all, there’s really not much to it. It just has some decor and some trees around it.
85. A small red house with 2 chimneys can be quite stunning.
The 2 tall Christmas trees don’t make it look too shabby either. Love the wreath.
86. A quaint Christmas cabin brings the simple joys to this holiday season.
Helps that it has trees, snow, and deer. Nevertheless, you can’t help but like this one.
87. This contemporary house has a unique yuletide charm.
Well, it has a long chimney and a white 2nd floor. But all in all, it’s unique so I’ll take it.
88. I’m sure you can find any house like this in a winter wonderland.
This is a blue sparkly house with a wreath and trees around it. Love it.
89. How about a church with 2 bell towers?
This one even has a nativity scene to it, too. Like the golden trees.
90. Just imagine a church decorated in pearls for the holidays.
And it seems like someone just go married here. Anyway, like the golden roof, too.
91. This Christmas church comes with its own balcony.
Yet, it has some dots on the roof. Still, you have to like the trees with their ornaments.
92. A Christmas house is always merry with glittery snow.
Got to love the glitter on this glitzy and whimsical abode. Almost reminds me of a house from Dr. Seuss.
93. A house like this always glimmers in gold.
After all, it’s covered in glitter like it’s snow. Anyway, check out the trees on this.
94. It’s always in the season to decorate with wreaths or snowflakes.
And nowhere is this more apparent than with these 2 houses. But they’re both stunning in their own way.
95. A gingerbread house like this is just as sweet.
Of course, this isn’t a really a gingerbread house. But it’s certainly in the Christmas spirit.
96. Sometimes it’s best if a Christmas cottage has a few yuletide touches.
Well, it doesn’t seem like much. But it’s lovely. Also, look closer and you can see a miniature Santa Claus.
97. A Christmas house always has to come with some wintry shimmer.
This one has silver trimming on the roof. Whether it’s to express snow or decoration, I’m not sure. Like how the smoke comes from the chimney though.
98. I’m sure this Dutch colonial house will bring you Christmas cheer.
Yes, it’s a rather unusual design. But I’m sure there are those who’d like it nevertheless.
99. These wooden buildings create a rustic holiday village you won’t forget.
Never saw Christmas village buildings in this style before. So it goes on the post.
100. Hope this split level house puts you in the holiday mood.
For the record, split levels aren’t the most friendly in terms of disability access. Still, this is quite the design.