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Custom Tiny House by Big Freedom Tiny Homes

After building and quickly selling his first tiny house in Seattle, Shannon Black immediately started another one. That one sold, followed by three more. With several successful builds completed, he decided to build full-time and started a business, Big Freedom Tiny Homes, in Bellingham, Washington. Each tiny house is built on a 26′ Iron Eagle …

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Acorn by Backcountry Tiny Homes

The Acorn is a 90-square-foot tiny home built by Backcountry Tiny Homes. This compact design includes a main floor sleeping area, dining area, kitchen, and bathroom. The gorgeous exterior features a stained black mountain mural with white trim and a 26-square-foot deck. The siding is a mixture of tongue-and-groove knotty cedar with black corrugated metal …

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Mainsail by CargoHome

The 40-foot Mainsail features a main floor bedroom and rooftop deck. The tiny container home was built by Texas-based CargoHome and is available for nightly rental through Airbnb. Made from a repurposed shipping container, the exterior finish combines dark cedar siding with the original metal container. The rooftop deck is accessed by a spiral staircase …

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San Juan by West Coast Homes

The San Juan is a park model available at Wildwood Lakefront Cottages, located along Lake Whatcom in Washington state. This model was created by architect Mark Ouellette at West Coast Homes and is 400-square-feet with a main floor bedroom. An optional loft up to 250-square-feet is available and shown in the pictures below. The San …

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Low Country by Designer Cottages

Drawing inspiration from the marshlands of South Carolina, the Low Country by Designer Cottages was designed with southern living in mind. The 464-square-foot “shotgun cottage” includes a large porch with bracket supports and hand-carved rafter tails, natural poplar bark siding, and cedar shake shingles. French doors lead out to the porch and vaulted ceilings and …

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