So this is totally on my project list! A greenhouse built from recycled windows is a perfect shabby-chic addition to your backyard AND you can use it to start seeds or grow some year-round produce. This one was built by Mustard Seed Tiny Homes near Atlanta, Georgia.
Right now the company is only building these, on foundation, within an hour radius of their headquarters. So if you happen to live locally, I’d definitely contact them! This could even be used as a warm-weather Airbnb if you had a private spot to tuck it into.
This is the stunning Sycamore Park Model from Mustard Seed Tiny Homes. Park models aren’t on wheels, but they can be towed to your desired location. The great part about these is you get a full 400 square feet of living space on the main level, and additional space in a large upper loft.
The attached covered porch is a perfect place for relaxing, and the front door leads you into an open living room/kitchen floor plan. Down the hallway you’ll find a downstairs bedroom, smaller spare bedroom, and not one, but TWO bathrooms (one full, one half).
Climb the stairs to the loft, which is divided into a sleeping area and playing area for children. As always, the Mustard Seed Tiny Homes craftsmanship is top-notch! This model starts at $95,000.
It features a large covered porch that’s built right into the unit. Inside, you’ve got a full-size main-floor bedroom, full kitchen, living area, bathroom, and additional loft space with staircase access. What do you think, could you live in a park model cottage like this one?
There are so many options out there for living with a smaller footprint, and park models like this one give you just under 400 square feet, and the newer ones look the part!
This one is set up in Broken Bow, Oklahoma as a vacation rental (what most park models were originally designed for), but the spacious kitchen and storage in the bedroom make it something you could likely enjoy year-round in the right climate.
With both a front and back porch, you have room for both a grill and a hot tub! You can book your stay over at Airbnb.
While climbing into the top bunk might have been fun when we were kids, it’s much less appealing as an adult. Loft bedrooms are a great option in tiny houses because they allow for maximization of space, BUT they have their drawbacks — especially if you have any mobility issues.
That’s why we decided to compile a list some of the best tiny houses with downstairs bedroom options we could find! We made a similar list back in 2016, but we wanted to make a part two with 52 more awesome examples of ground-floor sleeping options. From Murphy Beds to slide-out beds to full bedrooms, you’ll find it all in the list below!
This is a gorgeous spot for your next vacation! The Mother Eve Tiny House is fairytale-inspired and even includes an outdoor hot tub.
The Tudor-style entryway feels like Snow White should be hiding indoors, and just look at the arched doorway! When you enter you’ll find a lovely living room with a green velvet couch and plush pink rug, a loft bedroom for getting your beauty sleep, and a kitchen and bathroom worthy of a princess.
These are the top 20 most popular and shared tiny houses on wheels from 2019. This top 20 includes mostly larger tiny homes (park models) because they are becoming so popular. There’s also a travel trailer conversion and a portable micro cabin (not built on wheels but still portable), just for variety sake.
So these are some of the more popular and most shared tiny homes that we covered this year according to our statistics. Check them out, click on each to learn more and see the original post/tour of the home, and let us know which is your favorite in the comments. Also, what do you notice about them? Are you noticing a trend? People seem to like the really big tiny houses, right? Why do you think that is? Oh and by the way, happy new year! 🎉😊
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