Eucalyptus by Minimaliste

Eucalyptus by Minimaliste

Built by Quebec-based Minimaliste for clients in California, the solar powered Eucalyptus features a beautiful U-shaped kitchen with full-size appliances. The modern exterior of the Eucalyptus consists of shou sugi ban and natural cedar siding. The kitchen’s wood surfaces include a bamboo counter, red cedar shelves, and a white pine ceiling. The kitchen is equipped with a full size freestanding …

Nugget by Modern Tiny Living

Nugget by Modern Tiny Living

If a tiny house isn’t small enough for you, how about a micro house? Built by Modern Tiny Living, the Nugget is a 12-foot long, 102-square-foot home! Packed in the Nugget is a main floor sleeping area, bathroom with composting toilet and 30″x30″ shower, and a kitchen with large single bowl sink, copper faucet, hickory butcher block counters, white poplar …

Rustic Tiny Home by Tiny Heirloom

Rustic Tiny Home by Tiny Heirloom

This rustic, whimsical tiny house was built by Tiny Heirloom for an entrepreneur in Bend, Oregon. The creative workspace includes a rooftop deck where she can work or relax while enjoying her surroundings. The Rustic Tiny Home‘s exterior mixes natural and painted wood siding and has a unique roofline with the rooftop deck in the center. Inside the tiny house …

Damselfly House by Zyl Vardos

Damselfly House by Zyl Vardos

Designed and built by master craftsman Abel Zyl at Zyl Vardos, the Damselfly House features handmade wood windows, an offset roofline, and a window box in the kitchen. With its 24′ long x 10′ wide floor plan and high ceilings, the Damselfly House has a bright, spacious interior. The all cedar exterior comes with sculpted trim and rafters, an Onduvilla …

Open Concept by TexZen Tiny Home Co.

Open Concept by TexZen Tiny Home Co.

The bright and spacious Open Concept was built by Austin, Texas-based TexZen Tiny Home Co. With no loft and several upper windows, the Open Concept feels much larger than most tiny homes of the same size. The large kitchen has a wrap-around counter that drops down to table height across the island section. There is a full size refrigerator, electric …

Tiny Home and Garden by Tiny Heirloom

Tiny Home and Garden by Tiny Heirloom

This modern tiny house was built by Tiny Heirloom for a Washington, DC couple starting their family. The tiny house, named Tiny Home and Garden, has a main floor nursery and built-in herb garden. Inside the Tiny Home and Garden, the Tiny Heirloom team used traditional Scandinavian style decor to complement the modern finishes. The kitchen includes a cooktop, oven, …

Gypsy Mermaid Tiny House

Gypsy Mermaid Tiny House

Florida couple Rebekah and Robert Sofia built their own tiny house, the Gypsy Mermaid, and it is one of the most artistic, creative builds we’ve seen! They used a variety of reclaimed materials and one-of-a-kind items. The charming exterior was built using reclaimed cedar siding and corrugated tin. Reclaimed windows, including a porthole and Pella window, were restored and used. …

Not So Lonely Wanderer by Teacup Tiny Homes

Not So Lonely Wanderer by Teacup Tiny Homes

Founded by Jennifer McCarthy, Teacup Tiny Homes is based in Lethbridge, Alberta, about an hour north of the US border. The Canadian tiny home builder has over 14 years of experience in residential design and construction. One of their first builds, the 24-foot Not So Lonely Wanderer, has 202-square-feet on the main floor and 98-square-feet in the bedroom loft. The …

Tiny Traveling Farmhouse by Tiny Heirloom

Tiny Traveling Farmhouse by Tiny Heirloom

The Tiny Traveling Farmhouse was built by Tiny Heirloom for an Alabama father and his two sons. The tiny house includes an outdoor basketball hoop and two connected lofts with a rock-climbing ladder.  The father and sons will use the house to enjoy the great outdoors and tailgate at football games. The farmhouse-inspired design features wood accents and antique pieces.  …

Snails Away by Carpenter Owl

Snails Away by Carpenter Owl

The Snails Away was the first tiny house built by Daniel Weddle and is now his primary residence. Located in Bloomington, Indiana, Daniel designs and builds tiny houses through his company, Carpenter Owl. For the exterior siding, Daniel used maple, cherry, and poplar from dead stand and wind fell trees on his family’s property. The reclaimed corrugated metal roof extends …