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Vintage Retreat by Hill Country Tiny Houses

From Kerrville, Texas-based Hill Country Tiny Houses is the 40-foot Vintage Retreat. The 384-square-foot tiny home has two steel slide-outs, a main floor master bedroom, and an additional 70-square-foot loft. The tiny house features two vintage stained glass windows, white shiplap walls, and a barn wood ceiling and accent walls. The master bedroom has a …

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Big Blue by Indigo River Tiny Homes

From Dallas, Texas-based Indigo River Tiny Homes is the Big Blue, a 20-foot NOAH certified tiny house built on a Tumbleweed tiny house trailer. The indigo blue tiny home features Pella wood windows and front door, a solid mahogany spiral ladder, and a reclaimed wood accent wall. The kitchen is outfitted with white shaker cabinets, …

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hâB Shipping Container Tiny Home

Tomas Ryan built his own shipping container tiny home and kept a detailed journal and pictures of his DIY adventure. Named “The hâB,” the total cost for his home was ~$25,000 and 288 hours of his “inexperienced labor including mistakes, redos, and various other life distractions.” Tomas used a recycled high-cube container that measures 40-foot …

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Mid-Century Marfa by Kim Lewis

Built on two gooseneck trailers, the 380-square-foot Mid-Century Marfa was designed by Austin-based Kim Lewis. The colorful tiny house features a removable deck and screened-in porch with Parasoleil copper panels. The exterior combines white painted siding with dark wood accent pieces. The two trailers fit together in an L-shape with a breezeway between them, making …

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Nicole’s Tiny House by MitchCraft Tiny Homes

This gorgeous 32-foot custom gooseneck tiny home was built by Colorado-based MitchCraft Tiny Homes for their client, Nicole. Mitchcraft created a mountainscape by using stained wood siding and blue painted siding across the back of the tiny house. On the front of the house is a herringbone pattern next to the front door. Inside Nicole’s …

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