Exterior View - Westbury by Cornerstone Tiny Homes

The Westbury by Cornerstone Tiny Homes

The Westbury is a 32′ gooseneck tiny house designed and built by Cornerstone Tiny Homes based in Longwood, Florida.  The unique design allows for two loft areas without having to climb a ladder. The Westbury starts in the low $60,000 range and the pictures below feature an upgraded model completed for $73,000. Also available from Cornerstone Tiny Homes: California Cruiser, Fontana. Images © Cornerstone Tiny Homes

Front View - Indigo by Driftwood Homes

Indigo Tiny House, Starting at $69,500

The Indigo Tiny House, built by Driftwood Homes USA, is approximately 280 square feet and is built on a 24′ trailer.  The exterior has cedar shakes and vertical tongue and groove siding with metal roofing. This tiny home features a first floor bedroom with a murphy bed that converts to a desk. The kitchen includes barn wood accents, upgraded appliances, custom cabinets, and a wood …

Exterior View - Caboose by Wheelhaus

Caboose by Wheelhaus

The Caboose is a design by Wheelhaus, similar to their Wedge model.  They share the same floor plan, but the Caboose has a flat roof that allows for a 120 sq.ft. loft.  As with all their models, Wheelhaus uses high-end finishes including solid surface countertops, high grade cabinetry, a European style glass shower, and full tile in the bathroom. This …

Quiet Cozy Bayside Bungalow in Olympia, Washington

Bayside Bungalow

The Bayside Bungalow is based on the popular Cypress design from the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company. The bungalow is located in Olympia, Washington and is for rent through Airbnb.

Exterior Front View - Minim Micro Homes

Minim Micro Homes, Starting at $70,000

The Minim Micro Home is Brian Levy’s vision of combining sustainability and style.  This 210 sq.ft. modern tiny house uses structural insulated panels (SIPs) for the walls and roof, allowing for better energy efficiency and soundproofing.  Inside, there is a 10′ wide kitchen with a high BTU marine grade cooktop, an easy pull out floor bed (no loft!), and an innovative table system …

Wedge by Wheelhaus

Wedge by Wheelhaus

The Wedge is a 400 sq.ft. luxury tiny house created by Wheelhaus.  The roofline and exterior siding is built from reclaimed Wyoming snow fencing and uses a timber and steel roof system.  This model is 10.5′ wide x 38′ long, plus there is another 100 sq.ft. of outdoor patio space.  The Fireside Resort in Jackson Hole, Wyoming has several Wedge …

Exterior View - Nashville Tiny House

Nashville Tiny House

The Nashville Tiny House has a modern, minimalist design with clean lines, white space, and high ceilings.  The 185-sq.ft. custom-built house is sustainably made from recycled wood on a restored trailer.  The house is available for rent through Airbnb. Images & Video © Nashville Tiny House

Exterior View - Rustic Modern Tiny House

The Rustic Modern Tiny House

The Rustic Modern is a 350 sq.ft. tiny house in Portland, Oregon that was recently featured on Tiny House Nation.  The builder/owners, Michael and Jenna, rent the house on Airbnb.  With sustainability in mind, they constructed and furnished the house from an eclectic array of reclaimed materials.

Exterior - Nomad Tiny Home

Nomad Tiny Homes, Starting at $39,000

Here is a clean, modern tiny house created by Alex & Marianne Worlow of Nomad Tiny Homes.  After 10 years of building traditional houses they switched their focus to building efficient, eco-friendly tiny homes.  This model is 200 sq.ft. on the main floor and 63 sq.ft. in the loft.  It is 23.5′ long and features birch plywood throughout. A custom …

Exterior View - Morrison hOMe by EcoCabins

Morrison 28′ hOMe by EcoCabins

Designed by Andrew and Gabriella Morrison and built by EcoCabins in Colorado Springs, the Morrison hOMe comes in either a 24′ or 28′ option.  (The 28′ option is shown below.)  EcoCabins uses high-efficiency, superior-quality, factory-built technology to produce each hOMe, allowing them to avoid the elements during the build process and reduce waste.  A hOMe can be built in 4-8 weeks. Images © EcoCabins