Featured Tiny Houses
- The Little Ruru: A Spacious Tiny Home with Accessibility at Its HeartRuru Tiny Homes in New Zealand offers a solution for those with mobility concerns. Imagine stepping into a home where every detail is designed with care and accessibility. Welcome to …
- From School Bus to Dream Home: The $30,000 Navi Conversion StoryIn the world of innovative and adventurous living, Michael Fuehrer’s remarkable conversion of a 2004 Thomas Freightliner school bus into a cozy tiny home is nothing short of inspiring. Aptly …
- Tiny Living in Texas Hill Country: The Sundown RetreatLocated in Wimberley, Texas, the Sundown Tiny Home offers guests a comfortable retreat in the Texas Hill Country. The tiny home is available for nightly rental through Airbnb. The Sundown …
- Charlotte’s Dream Home: Step Inside the Epona Tiny HouseInnovative Architecture and Abundant Natural Light The Epona by Baluchon stands out with its distinctive design, featuring pointed roof ladders and a large glass façade that floods the interior with …
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Like the idea of tiny living, but don’t want to climb a ladder? We’ve featured over 100 tiny houses with main floor bedrooms!
As tiny living continues to gain in popularity, tiny house communities have been popping up throughout the United States and are now available coast-to-coast.
You know those big containers used for shipping goods on cargo ships? Those are being used for tiny homes!
Find out what makes a gooseneck tiny house different than a traditional bumper pull trailer.
With over 800 miles of gorgeous coastline, majestic mountains, vast deserts, and some of the top cities in the world, it’s no wonder California is the most populated state in the US. Fortunately, it’s also one of the most tiny house friendly states as well!
Home to some of the best beaches in the world, Florida offers tiny house lovers a chance to try tiny living while enjoying the sun and sand.
With its crazy real estate market, it’s no wonder California is the most popular state for tiny houses. Fortunately, more and more cities throughout the state are accepting them.
Everything’s bigger in Texas, right? Well, based on how many Texans are looking to downsize, that might no longer be the case.