This beautiful tiny house on wheels was built by Blaine of Cornerstone Tiny Homes in Oklahoma for he and his wife to live in. They enjoyed their tiny life, but now that they are adding to the family they are building a 765 square foot carriage house and selling their tiny home.
Blaine and his dad did residential remodel construction before setting out building tiny homes. They are now moving into SIP building with fiberglass sheathing that is extremely lightweight, durable, and efficient. His tiny house build allowed the couple to start their marriage with zero debt, which is quite the accomplishment!
They’re asking $79,000 for the house, which includes a loft bedroom and an additional Murphy bed that opens over the dinette for guests or downstairs sleeping. You can contact the company with questions/offers here.
We all love admiring staged tiny houses, captured by professional photography in ambient light, but have you ever wondered what these tiny houses look like after they’ve been lived in for a while? Or what they look like once the staging furniture is gone and your stuff is inside?
Andy Bretz over at THoW – Economic Hippie shared a whole album of pictures showing his lived-in THOW. We featured the builder’s pictures last month, so go check those out first and compare it to the sampling shown below! Plus on the last page you can read our interview with Andy about his tiny life, including his love of cooking and the challenges tiny living brings.
They are currently building the first one right now, and will soon offer three different models, the Denali, Lincoln and Fairweather. These are all one-floor units, making them perfect for folks nearing retirement who aren’t interested in stairs or ladders.
Check out the renderings of the three models below, and then take a video tour of their first one (which is still unfinished inside, for now). Want details about what the homes will include and how they are code-compliant? Check out their specs page here and their FAQs here.
I love the mix and match shingles and clapboards on the outside of the home, but the inside is where the magic is! This tiny does a great job creating a separate living room over the gooseneck, and the bedroom on the other side is easily accessible by a super creative stair maze! But to be honest, it’s the glamorous kitchen that sold me on this unit. This home was custom-built, but you can purchase both a shell and finished version of this model. Watch the video walkthrough below!
I love how this house addresses some concerns that we hear from many tiny house enthusiasts: It includes a first floor bedroom with a Murphy bed/desk (no climbing!) and a huge closet space with room for hanging clothing and hiding brooms. There’s also a pull-out range above the induction cooktop and a second exit through the bathroom in case of fire or emergency. That and the color scheme is so soothing!
You can purchase this home as both a shell or finished build — get all the details here and be sure to watch the walkthrough on the last page to get a better feel for the space.
This is the Morrison model by Cornerstone Tiny Homes in Longwood Florida.
The model is 26′ feet long and this particular home is moving to Colorado with its new owner. It has beautiful burnt wooden countertops and I’ve never seen the quadruple gables that this house features — pretty cool! I would love to see it fully furnished someday, but for now enjoy the screenshots and video tour below.
You can purchase both a shell version, or a finished version — details here!
It’s a custom version of their standard 28′ Fontana model, and this gem has a perfect downstairs bedroom for those who can’t climb. The magenta accents — including the french doors, epic glass bowl sink and beautiful glass tiles in the bathroom — are what make this house a home! Although I will confess, I’m naturally quite partial to pink! You can purchase the Fontana model as both a shell or a finished build — details here!
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