You can click through any of these tiny house links which will open up in a new tab or window.
I’ve never seen anything like this, have you?
This super unique “van-boat” was featured on my friend Deek’s site RelaxShax.
His theme last week was shantyboats so you’ll be able to explore more of those if you head there.
You’ll see this at my friend Kent’s web site, the Tiny House Blog.
Don built the cabin with wood that was right on his land, not having to spend much at all on buying materials.
Michael Janzen over at Tiny House Design is a Google SketchUp pro and he’s created a 7 part series (maybe there’s more coming – I’m not sure) that will help you draw your own tiny house with SketchUp.
Here are the links to each (they all point to Tiny House Design). So if you’ve been wanting to play around with designs, these videos will help you.
This post and picture was by me on another web site called Tiny House Lover that’s more about simple living.
This is one of my favorite tiny house designs and it’s just a link to a post I did on it a while back in September – in case you haven’t seen it already.
It’s designed to be built on a trailer and has an upstairs sleeping loft. Go check it out.
This article makes the idea of a more official tiny house community seem possible. It’s the story of Rich Daniels, who the article says has been building and selling dozens of minimalist homes over the last five years. Click here to learn more. Link opens up to the article on OregonLive.com.
This video goes as extreme as featuring a bicycle camper… But all for the purpose of getting you to ask yourself, “How much do I really need?” You can watch this video right here.