Snag our product picks and turn that tiny or temporary space into the posh pad of your dreams.
Come December, almost everyone is in the holiday spirit. Lights are hung, trees are trimmed and tinsel lines every nook and cranny of the house. But what do you do when you apartment takes merry little Christmas to a whole new level of small? Don’t miss out on the holiday cheer. Whether you’re a Grinch without an extra inch or your place qualifies for the nice list in regards to square footage, these festive pieces are the perfect size for your space.
That space you're purchasing is so very small and the world of pain you’re entering so potentially vast.
Then you really have no patience for the tiny house thing, do you?
Living tiny doesn't mean you have to rough it. See how tiny home designers Tyson and Michelle Speiss pack luxurious amenities into houses measuring 330 square feet or less.
Create a rolling oasis.
Designer Kelly Mittleman transforms a farm cottage suffering from years of neglect into a charming getaway with strategic structural changes and thoughtful cosmetic upgrades.
Tiny House Sunday has all the inspiration you need for 2017.
Two trailers were connected to create a tiny home that lives larger than its footprint. Color and a mix of styles gives the home a bohemian feel, while a spacious porch is perfect for entertaining under the Texas sky.
A low-country-inspired farmhouse cottage lives larger than its small footprint thanks to a crisp white palette, lots of natural light and a smart floor plan.
Get inspired by these mobile travelers who have taken living tiny one step further.
Short on square footage? Try these designer-approved ways to stretch your space.
Pack your bags now, because after seeing these tiny homes, you'll never want to go back.
We asked tiny home residents and designers how they squeezed as much storage as possible out of their ultra-petite pads. Steal their ideas to maximize your own space.
These homes featured on HGTV's 'Tiny House, Big Living' are small on square footage but big on function. Take a tour, then decide: Would you spring for a home sweet tiny home?
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