These 30 Homes Are Shockingly Tiny
Have you ever thought about downsizing the size of your home? If the answer is yes then you are not alone, if the answer is no you might change your mind once you see these 30 unique tiny homes! This style of micro living is becoming popular all over the World because well, less is more. What makes some of these tiny homes even more appealing than just their chic slick design, is the fact that they are mobile. Have you ever dreamt of just picking your house up and moving it to another city or country? Then the tiny home movement might just be for you.
Michelle de la Vega’s Garage Turned Home
This masterpiece was created by the very talented visual artist Michelle de la Vega. He rebuilt what once was a garage into a beautiful fully equipped home. The tiny home covers 250 sq. ft and includes a loft bedroom and a bathroom which was built in as an extension. Multiple windows allow for lots of natural light making this a bright and delightful environment to spend your days.
87 Square Meter Austrian Tiny Home
This 87 square meter tiny home resembles a much sturdier version of a cabin. It’s the ideal home for outdoor lovers who like to venture into the woods for long picturesque walks. Located in the Austrian village Laterns the owners of this home will benefit from the beautiful fresh green fields in the summer and the frosty white layers of snow in the winter.
The Exbury Egg
Doubling up as a floating home and a research station all in one, this tiny home is known as the Exbury Egg. This unique building belongs to artist Stephen Turner. Stephen collaborated with designers at Space Placemaking and Urban Design Group to create this structure which is not only his new home but also his workspace.
The Perfect Cabin Home
Located in the woods this cabin style home is surrounded by nature at its finest. The lucky owners have the pleasure to waking up to the soft sounds of birds chirping and subtle sound of trees blowing. The front of the home is covered with windows which is perfect for receiving natural light and gazing out for inspiration whilst enjoying a coffee. The front porch is also perfect for enjoying a romantic glass of wine at the weekend whilst watching the sun set.
Loren’s Tiny Home
The plan for this tiny wooden home once included a toilet but was later removed from the design due to the preference of the owner Loren. He explains that walking a few feet in the rain is not the worst experience in the world. His home consists of a bed, dresser and closet, perfect for the modern day minimalist.
The Environmentally Friendly Pod
Built with a modern twist this environmentally friendly pod was build with sophistication and style in mind. This tiny home was build from recycled materials and made to keep running costs at a minimum.
The Koda House
One of the smallest homes on our list, this unique home known as the Koda house covers a tiny 25 square metres. The structure belongs to Estonian design collective Kodasema and cost £150,000 to develop. It took less than a day to build and can be relocated at any time.
The Most Vibrant Transportable Tiny Home
Vibrant and transportable are just a few benefits of this tiny home. Attach it to a vehicle of choice and it can be relocated anywhere in the world. Perfect for a person who is filled with wanderlust and would like to live in many different places.
The Most Sustainable Tiny Home
Another transportable tiny home that was build to sustain any type of weather. From snow to hot summer temperatures this building is flexible and durable. Multiple windows create the illusion of a larger living area.
An Ideal Family Tiny Home
Slightly bigger than some of the homes in this feature, this masterpiece is suitable for a family and can be relocated as and when needed. Plenty of windows allow for sun light and the secure patio feature at the end of the home is perfect for relaxing with a glass of wine after a long week.
The Most Sophisticated Tiny Home
This unique structure is one of our favourite transportable tiny homes on the list. It’s elegant and sophisticated. The style of this masterpiece was inspired by old fortune teller caravans, however the tones in the colour scheme offer a fresh and modern twist.
A Very Tiny Home
What makes this tiny home so unique? To start with you can transport it to anywhere in the world and secondly you are guaranteed that none of your neighbours will have the same house. Don’t let the size of this home put you off, it comes complete with a separate kitchen and sleeping area.
The Most Luxurious Tiny Home
Based in the UK this dream home provides the owners with a fully functioning living space and everything you could possibly want from any micro home. It also comes complete with its very own outdoor hot tub attached. This is ideal for not only entertaining guests but for those romantic nights in too.
The Most Hipster Tiny Home
Made from a container, this tiny home is quirky and unique. It has its own appealing style that catches the eyes of a younger audience and attracts couples looking for their first home. Windows that stretch from the rooftop to the floor provide plenty of sunlight and the patio area is perfect for relaxing, sunbathing on a nice day or even reading a book.
The Camouflage Tiny Home
This fantastic micro house is not only built for its mobility, it also comes with a fully functioning kitchen. The substantial central glass entrance allows for natural light to brighten up the space and give it a much larger feel. The wooden exterior acts as a natural camouflage for this gorgeous unique little home to blend in to its surroundings.
The Rooftop Tiny Home
This two storey tiny home covers a space of 204 square feet. With steps leading up to the roof not only does it add extra value but it gives the lucky owners of this home the perfect space for entertaining guests and even having a barbecue. The steps leading up to the entrance can easily be dismantled to allow the property to become mobile.
A Unique Two Story Tiny Home
This very unique two story micro home comes from the genius minds of the German architecture firm Allergetendinge. It’s only 86 square foot but includes a kitchen and separate bedroom. On the top floor the front wall also converts into a balcony so you can watch the sunrise straight from the comfort of your bed.
The Doll House Tiny Home
This 140 square foot “doll house” like micro home comes fully equipped with its very own solar panels to help keep down the cost of running this home along with improving its carbon foot print. By living in this home along with helping the environment you can also pack up and move it to anywhere you want, so that every morning you can wake up to new surroundings.
A Forest Retreat Tiny Home
This gorgeous tiny house / forest retreat was designed by a company from Seattle that specifically work in designing tiny homes. Its exterior is matched with its wooden interior which is very elegant and classy yet spacious for a tiny home. It comes with a fully functioning kitchen, a separate bathroom and bedroom area along with a patio by the entrance.
A Unique And Modern Tiny Home
This unique modern tiny home was created by a start up company based in San Francis named Avava Systems. Their houses which are named Britespaces, are 264 square feet big and are designed for to be assembled in a mere 4 to 6 weeks. The sleek interior and sturdy build help to really create that homely feel. For those warm summer evenings the house offers a wrap around porch so you can enjoy a glass of wine whilst reading a book and taking in the fresh air.
The Metal Container Tiny Home
This home was built from two metal containers joined together and transformed to create the ideal micro living situation for any tiny home enthusiast. The large glass windows give off the perception of more space and house itself contains a operate living, kitchen and sleeping area. Homes being created from metal containers are one of the latest trends in micro living and no doubt you’ll see them popping up in a place near you.
The Fairy Tale Tiny Home
This fairy tale like cottage boasts a simple exterior and classical design. It resembles a building from a Hans Christian Anderson story. What it lacks in size it sure makes up for in surrounding space. Any owner lucky enough to purchase this tiny home will also be the proud owner of a huge amount of garden space which comes complete with its own picnic table.
A Charming Tiny Home
This charming tiny home is named the Pomp Outpost. It is available to rent through Air BnB and is based in Prince Edward County in Canada. It is situated right next door to the Grange of Prince Edward Vineyard, so not only does it offer gorgeous breath taking views but it also comes with its own host of activities. You can check out the winery by day and chill out in this unique tiny home but night!
The Not So Tiny Home
This “not so tiny” home comprises of 430 square feet of floor space. It was a product of the fantastic minds of Zecc Architecten and Roel Van Norel. It offers everything that you could ever wish for from a fully fitted kitchen with a stove to a separate bedroom! One of the walls of the house is built of glass panels that come with their own shutters for more privacy.
The Romantic Tiny Home
In the heart of Somerset in England, you will find this 160 square foot micro home. People can rent out this modern cabin for “glamping” and do so on a regular basis. This Romantic Shepherds Hut, as named by its owner offers its occupants DAB Radio and free Wifi making it the ideal place for anyone who wants to escape for a weekend, but still check their emails.
The Perfect Tiny Home For Outdoor Lovers
Love the great outdoors? Do you feel more comfortable living in the forest than in a hustling city? Then this micro home could be the house of your dreams. It is very unique in terms of its style, but don’t let it’s style fool you, this tiny home comprises of its very own kitchen area and separate sleeping area which you can access via a ladder. Although it looks tiny on the inside it also come complete with a metal porch, so if you feel the kitchen is too small to meet your requirements you can host a barbecue out here and invite the neighbours!
The Cylinder Metal Tunnel
Recognise this tiny home? You might do, its from FYI’s show “You can’t run that into a house.” The show is based on turning random objects into homes, such as old lorry, old buses and in this case a big cylinder metal tunnel! It features a huge entrance built up of two glass doors to allow its occupants to take in the natural sunlight. This house comes complete with its own entertaining area made up of a wooden platform, seats and a fire, making it ideal for hosting parties. If the exterior alone hasn’t sold you, the interior has a chic finish which comprises of separate sleeping and living areas.
The Most Perfect City Living Tiny Home
This tiny house offers a modern take on micro city living! The house can easily be transported on the back of a lorry making it ideal for anyone who doesn’t want to settle in one place. With lots of windows allowing plenty of light into the home, its originally built from a metal container but the inside has been completely transformed giving it a modern finish.
The Most Comfortable Tiny Home
Is it comfort that you’re looking for? Then look not further than this unique wooden tiny home. Built from the frame of a metal container, the inside of the container was stripped and replaced with wood to give it that more rustic look. The tiny home has two entrances and comes complete with its own micro porch.
A Rigid And Unique Tiny Home
This tiny home is quite obviously made from a metal container, but its rigid and unique design plays home to separate sleeping and living areas along with its own kitchen. Natural light won’t be an issue for the homeowners of this micro home as one quarter of the wall space is made up entirely of glass.