The tiny house movement is all about downsizing your lifestyle so you can live a more fulfilling life. Hence, without a lot of debt or a huge mortgage hanging over your head. While you can buy a prefabricated dwelling or a customized small house on wheels. Hence, you can save a bundle if you make your tiny house yourself.
Let’s face it: Many structures can measure less than 300 feet. But, not every miniature structure can really prove itself to be beautiful. Also, accommodating enough to live in for an extended period of time. Hence, with ideas, this stylish and innovative though, small homes are more than just a possibility.
They’re a truly good decision waiting to happen. So whether you’re hoping to cash in on a new vacation home somewhere high in the hills. Or completely downsize. Hence, there’s bound to be at least one tiny home on our list that speaks to your style, taste. Also, a specific brand of modern-rustic decor sensibilities.
Painted with six colors, The Painted Lady is an intricately designed micro farmhouse in Round Top, Texas. Hence, from Tiny Texas Houses. With a Victorian-style exterior, the interior measures 12- by 26-feet. Also, features a built-in couch, full kitchen, Murphy bed, sleeping loft. Also, a bathroom with a glassed-in shower with a river rock floor. The home is 99 percent pure salvage, including the beams, floor joists, studs, windows, doors, and interior and exterior skins.
Tumbleweed Tiny House Company
One of the first tiny house manufacturers, Tumbleweed Tiny House Company now offers travel trailers. Also, prefab cottages starting at 117 square feet. The model pictured here features a bump-out in the front that can be used as a sitting or sleeping area.
Rustic Salvaged Cottage
Made from 95 percent salvaged materials, the Arched Zebu is a tiny prairie house from Tiny Texas Houses. Measuring 12- by 18-feet, the house is built from materials that are close to 200 years old. Featuring beautiful arched windows, the cottage includes a lofted sleep area, kitchen, and shabby chic details.
Armed with plenty of curb appeal, the Loring is a prefab small bungalow from Tumbleweed Tiny House Company. With a ceiling measuring almost 17 feet tall, the model comes in 261-square-foot and 356-square-foot versions.
Charming Florida Cottage
Nearly every surface in author Fifi O’Neill’s Sarasota, Florida. Hence, home displays some sort of collection: weathered accessories, antique linens, white pottery, vintage enamelware, more pottery—you get the picture. And yet, at only 1,375 square feet, the two-bedroom, two-bath cottage feels cheerful and open, not cluttered or over-crowded. Her secret? Putting her favorite finds to work, not just up on a shelf to be admired.