Radical downsizing? Maybe not so radical.
A two-story tiny house that tilts onto its side? Anything is possible.
Get inspired by these mobile travelers who have taken living tiny one step further.
Pack your bags now, because after seeing these tiny homes, you'll never want to go back.
A family of four moves into a pool house just outside of Oklahoma City. The modern space comes complete with a custom homework area, a nesting bed, a fire pit that doubles as a table and shower for summer days by the pool.
A medical student is tired of renting and isn't sure where her residency will take her, so she's building a tiny house that matches her resourceful personality. The project includes features like a heating system made of soda cans, an efficient windmill made from a bike wheel and other clever DIY contraptions.
Traveling nurses want to finish their tiny home build before their next assignment. The couple must work around the clock to complete the anything-but-ordinary home with its bright blue exterior, giant bedroom and built-in snake cage.
A Texas tech guru brings his work home by incorporating cutting-edge technology into his tiny house. The high-tech abode features a biometric security system and a hidden computer that allows him to adjust the lighting, appliances and windows.
A pair of young traveling actors build the perfect tiny home for life on the road. Their vision includes a storage loft that doubles as a reading nook, a convertible sofa and a pullout stage with a trapdoor.
New York newlyweds hire builders to turn a gooseneck trailer into a 350-square-foot rustic tiny home in the woods of Vermont. With an emphasis on outdoorsy design, they blend this tiny home into its setting with stained cedar siding, dark bamboo flooring and shiplap walls. Special features include a folding, six-person dining table and desk combo, a large and cleverly-designed pullout closet, a wall mounted garden and French doors that open to the gorgeous Vermont woods.
Globetrotting newlyweds have been adventuring since the day they met and now want a tiny home base for in between travels. They build their luxury abode with 140-year-old reclaimed barn wood floors, a huge soaking tub and a unique staircase that is both minimal and functional.
A husband and wife are raising the roof on a school bus to make a tiny home perfect for traveling the country. To accommodate their height, this tiny bus will be completely customized with extra tall countertops, a coffee bar and a jumbo-sized couch. These former collegiate athletes will also have the ability to exercise on the road with their gym equipment welded to the back of the bus.
High school sweethearts are ready to take time to focus on themselves, travel the country and live the minimalist lifestyle in a tiny home of their own. After falling in love with a model home, they customize their 304-square-foot dream home with a wood stove, recessed bed and full-size shower.
A couple is fulfilling a dream of building a tiny house that doubles as a mobile coffee shop to take on the road! But building a functional living space alongside their work space will require the loft to transform into an office space, the kitchen into a coffee shop with service window and their living room to double as retail space.
A couple sets out to create the ultimate tiny firehouse-on-wheels, complete with a hot red garage door, functional fire hydrant that doubles as a jack and water source, and of course, a fire pole from the upstairs loft! The cozy interior is filled with an array of amenities created out of firehouse memorabilia.
A Los Angeles woman leaves the city for a slow-paced tiny lifestyle in Greenville, SC. Her interior designer teams up with her family to create a luxurious tiny house on lakefront property complete with a mobile greenhouse and porch swing. Inside, amazing furniture is crafted from the property's cherry wood, special lighting is added and the walls are decked out with original art. This family affair leads to a truly unique tiny farmhouse for this valley girl!
The high cost of homes in the San Francisco Bay Area leads a young couple to build a custom tiny house. Their stunning luxury home has more bells and whistles than a full-size mansion, including a roll-up garage door, gourmet kitchen with copper accents, king-size bed with tons of storage space underneath, convertible office space and a nesting dining set that pulls out from under the kitchen to accommodate up to 12 people.
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