This is an adorable micro THOW designed by Cahill Works as a little guest suite or office, but of course, the super-minimalist could find a way to make it a home sweet home. It comes in at just 105 sq. ft. with no loft, which helps it feel extra spacious inside.
The walls are maple and the decor is a sleek black. You could replace the futon with a desk in order to make it office space. What do you think about it? It’s for sale in California for $72,500.
While we have seen pull-out beds before, they are remarkably under-utilized in most tiny homes. It’s a great way to get a ground-floor sleeping space in shorter THOWs that usually rely on lofts.
This brand new build from an Atlanta tiny house builder is up for sale on Facebook, and it actually separates the kitchen and bathroom on opposite sides of the house which I know some people really like. Let us know what you think!
Here’s the Catalina, an all-new model from Modern Tiny Living, designed to meet the demand for a luxury tiny home that had a ground-floor bedroom. It also has a loft area to act as another bedroom, storage, or even office space, and wait until you see the bathroom!
While MTL offers customization on colors and finishes, I am in love with what they chose for this model. Straying from the white farmhouse vibe that’s so popular right now, this tiny home features sage green, grey accents, and gorgeous rich wood tones. Tell us what you think!
The Lancaster is Liberation Tiny Home’s newest tiny house model, and it doesn’t disappoint.
In the stunning u-shaped kitchen you’ll find bench seating, a flip-up counter top, and a blend of open and closed shelving. The living room sits in the middle of the tiny house, with a bench storage couch facing not one, but TWO TVs! A curved staircase takes you to the main sleeping loft, while an iron bar ladder accesses the other one. Across the home you’ll find the full bathroom.
This model starts at $89,000, and you can go to Liberation’s website to add upgrades and schedule your build! Enjoy the photo tour below.
The Wabi-sabi tiny house was built in 2018 in Terrebonne and Portland, Oregon. The shell was built with the help of professional builders at @harmonwickedwoodworking. The owner then finished the interior with lots of hand-crafted love. The design employs a multi-level design, with the main room raised by 22″. This creates drop-downs into the the bathroom and kitchen, with the two lofts creating a third level. The tiny tea nook looking out a large window below the secondary loft adds even another level. Combined with the hardwood French Doors, dropped axles for 4 extra inches of height, an abundance of windows, the levels make the house feel spacious. An added bonus is that there is a huge space under the main floor for storage.
Pictures and builder contact are below after the photo tour!
This couple purchased a plot of land in the Pacific Northwest that happened to have a tiny house shell and trailer already onsite! Since he’s a master carpenter and she has experience in interior decorating, they decided to finish it themselves and sell their creation.
The result is a unique blend of modern, industrial and Scandinavian design elements that really meld into a masterpiece. I’m in love with it! And it’s for sale!
This is a gorgeous build by Thimble Homes that’s all set up to be an Airbnb. It’s for sale and comes with all the furnishings (which is awesome, because the turquoise plates are adorable).
The living room features an amazing u-shaped couch that looks incredibly comfortable, and there’s a loft bedroom right above it. The kitchen has tons of character, and the bathroom is definitely vacation-worthy.
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