Have you seen this ‘tiny home’ trend that’s been popping up over the last couple years? If you have, and you’re like me, you’ll be totally into it! Tiny homes are cute and economical! In an economy with a skyrocketing cost of living and stagnant wages, it seems like a smart choice (plus it’s really cool and creative!) In this post we’ll be taking a look at a couple of my personal favorite tiny homes that I’ve come across on the internet!
This tiny home is a Cedar Mountain Tiny House, built by the New Frontier Tiny Homes company in Nashville, Tennessee. This house has many great features, including a stainless steel kitchen, a couch/bed combo, hardwood floors, and a half bath!
Beautiful and efficient!
This tiny house was handcrafted by designer Matt Impola. It features a full kitchen, 3 foot deep closet, mini-library, a built in desk/dining table area, and a full bathroom with a standing shower! This tiny house is tidy, as well as warm and inviting. I’d definitely live here!
This tiny cabin in Washington state was built by architect David Vandervort Architects. It’s 400 sq. ft. and has hardwood floors. It’s super economical and has great insulation as well as metal roofing.
This tiny home in Hawaii is super cute! It has a full bathroom, a full kitchen, and an adorable deck! This home was created by a company called Tiny Heirloom.
These are a few of my personal favorites, but if you want to see more check out Country Living’s list of their favorite tiny homes. Maybe you’ll be inspired to create one of your own!