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The modern tiny cabin in Texas features 100 acres of hill country views and is a beautifully-designed modern abode. It has full-wall doors that open up to a two-tier porch, as well as a glass ceiling that allows you to stargaze in bed. So romantic!

The porch also has a built-in plunge pool, and inside you’ll have a spacious bathroom with a walk-in shower that’s almost its own room. Finally, a kitchenette with a raw wood countertop overlooks the forest and porch. Would you stay here?

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Modern Tiny Cabin in the Texas Hill Country

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Images via Missing Hotel

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Lee and Payam from Instead Tiny Homes built this off-grid tiny home for Lee’s family. It was a prototype for the off-grid homes they now sell, but it’s also Lee’s full-time residence. Lee, his wife Rebecca, and their son, Max, rent the property where their homestead sits from a friend.

The Scandinavian-inspired tiny house features a ground-floor bedroom separated by a full bathroom. Right now it’s Max’s nursery, but someday he may want the loft, and mom and dad will move into the bedroom. The galley kitchen has tons of counter space and full-sized appliances, and there’s a cozy living area and loft bedroom. What do you think?

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Now They Build More Off-Grid Tiny Homes!

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Robert wanted to create a tiny house vacation property on his land, but didn’t want to build another one with a standard “cozy cabin” vibe which is common in Nashville, Indiana where he lives. Instead, he commissioned this fantastic two bedroom modern wonder with lovely forest views.

It has a large rectangular main living, dining and kitchen area, with dramatic high ceilings covered in birch plywood. The bathroom is dark, moody, and luxurious, and the two twin bedrooms have queen-sized beds, wardrobes and sleek minimalist furniture. Enjoy the tour below!

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Modern Two-Bedroom Vacation Home in Indiana

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Images via Airbnb/Robert

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Not too long ago we introduced you to the Cube 1 by Nestron — a cozy compact dwelling for one person. Well, here’s their new model: The Cube 2 that can fit a small family of 3 or 4 people with two bedrooms.

This is a sleek, modern foundation-less home with a skylight for star gazing! Prices start at $52,000 before tax, and includes the furniture, stove, sink & toilet. To get it shipped to the US it’ll be another $8,000. They also have a solar package available, as well as a heated floor option (so cozy!). The home is 290 square feet. To learn more about the Cube Two, it’s manufacturing and the materials it’s made of (all eco-friendly), check out their full product catalog here.

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The Cube 2: Modern Family Tiny Home Solution

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This is a 296-square-foot modern tiny house by Red Crown Tiny Homes out of Asheville, North Carolina.

Each design choice we make stems from the simple feeling we want you to have the moment you step foot inside your tiny space—comfort. With quality, sustainability, and a keen attention to detail, our team is looking forward to constructing a space that gives you the warm and fuzzies.

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Modern Tiny House by Red Crown Tiny Home Company in Asheville, North Carolina

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Images © Red Crown Tiny Home Company

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This is a 300 sq. ft. mobile surf shack in Santa Barbara, CA.

It was designed by Alex Wyndham. Plans available here.

What do you think?

Surf Shack Tiny House by Alex Wyndham

Surf Shack Tiny House by Alex Wyndham

Photos via Tiny Living

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This is a 376 sq. ft. modern brick tiny home built on a hill in Alassio, Italy. This design/build is called Three Levels by Studioata.

When you go inside, you’ll find a unique layout with a living area, built-in floor storage, kitchen cabinets built right onto the floor, overhead sleeping area, and a bathroom behind the bed. Not only is it a beautiful layout and creative design, but you also get ocean views from anywhere inside the house! Please take a look and let me know what you think in the comments! Wouldn’t it be incredible living in a place like this? Even without the ocean views…

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376 Sq. Ft. Modern Brick Tiny Home with Ocean Views

376 Sq. Ft. Modern Brick Tiny Home with Ocean Views

Images © Beppe Garden via Studioata

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This is a modern off-grid tiny home in Australia by Branch Studio Architects.

When you go inside, you’ll find a kitchen, bathroom, living area, and a bedroom all on one level.

Outside there’s a small built-in deck. This modern tiny home features floor to ceiling windows and plywood-paneled interior walls. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

The Pump House Modern Off-Grid Tiny Home

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Images © Lakshal PereraBranchStudioArchitects via Dezeen

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This young family decided to design and build their own tiny house for vacations to avoid expensive resorts for good.

Now Hristina Hristova and her family have a peaceful and affordable way to enjoy the outdoors and get away from the everyday grind without having to spend a fortune on hotels.

The result is a sleek yet functional design that’s wonderful on the eyes and minimalist in nature. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Family Designs/Builds Amazing Tiny House for Vacations

Family Designs/Builds Amazing Tiny Vacation House

Images © Deyan Tomov/Koleliba

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