This is a beautiful home in Oregon built by Stanley Tiny Homes. The 25-foot structure has plenty of large windows to take in the natural beauty where the THOW is parked.
You walk through the French doors into the living room and then turn into the galley kitchen with an L-shaped bar. The bathroom sits at the very end of the building, and there’s a ladder up to the loft bedroom. Enjoy!
Randy, the owner of Incredible Tiny Homes and three communities built on his property, started out with nothing. He lost his business with the 2008 crash and was trying to make ends meet when his wife had the idea to start building tiny homes at an affordable price. Using borrowed tools, he built his first THOW for a friend seven years ago.
To date, ITH has built more than 700 homes and developed two tiny house communities, with the third on the way. Randy’s goal has been to support his family while also building affordable homes and creating affordable tiny house communities so others can also live comfortably. Watch the video about his journey below thanks to Tiny House Giant Journey on YouTube!
After a divorce, Jen decided to sell her 2,000 square-foot “American Dream” home and go tiny — but it didn’t start off smoothly. The builder she found on Craigslist was flaky, and she had a huge shell but couldn’t get it liveable.
Thankfully, she got in touch with Mitchcraft Tiny Homes who was willing to take on the project — and according to Jen — made it better than any drawing or picture she showed them. She seems like such a lovely person and you’re sure to enjoy Jenna’s interview with her below.
The truly amazing thing about tiny homes is how they challenge designers and builders to be incredibly creative. Build Tiny (New Zealand) has really outdone themselves with their “Autumn” design, custom-made for a client.
This compact home includes hidden appliances, a sneaky doggie crate with dog-door access, a floating hammock net for relaxing, and a bedroom loft that also doubles as a work-from-home office.
And just wait until you see the mural on the back of the bathroom door! It’s definitely worth watching the brief video tour below so you can see all the details.
Cynde has been dreaming of a tiny house since 2015, and this month she moves into her 10×30 THOW built by Incredible Tiny Homes in Tennessee. It comes with 10×10 covered porch and she will be parking it in one of the Incredible Tiny Homes communities!
If you want to learn more about the communities, check out their website. Right now their Mountain property is the only one not fully leased out. Note: Only tiny homes built by Incredible Tiny Homes can put a deposit on a spot.
There are two entrances, and the side one leads into the living room that has lovely high ceilings. The kitchen sits in the middle of the home, adjacent to a bathroom with a beautiful tile-and-stone shower stall. Up a few steps (with storage drawers), sits the gooseneck bedroom.
There’s even a neat loft/storage area above the bathroom! No inch is wasted. What do you think?
I came across this Polish tiny house company and wanted to share some of their tiny house models with you! This one, called the “Porto” is one of their larger models. It clocks in at 271 square feet, and they offer both a basic and comfort version depending on your budget.
This particular version of the home has pine clapboards on the ceilings, walls and floors, which contrast nicely with the darker cabinets and furniture they chose to put inside. There’s a 3/4 bathroom on one end, and a living area with a wardrobe on the other.
This home can sleep up to 6 people between the two lofts, and the couch downstairs. Take a look!
Today we want to introduce you to Foxdown Huts! They recently reached out to show us their two amazing Shepherd Hut models — the Octagon (a shell) and the Fox Den (outfitted with tiny, collapsible furniture).
Starting at £10,000 (~$13,800 USD), these affordable homes are a great choice for a tiny house, guest room, or an Airbnb to rent out and make a little side income! They’re 12.5ft x 7.5ft, and the finished hut comes with a double bed with storage, double hob, electric fire or log burner, folding table & chairs and log storage! They also offer custom huts that can include a kitchen or bathroom area.
You can learn more and contact Foxdown Huts on their website here.
Here’s a gorgeous THOW built by TH Life LLC in Dripping Springs, Texas. It features a huge kitchen that most small homes don’t even enjoy! The 10×28 footprint allows for extra wiggle room width-wise. Although it makes it more complicated to tow, the 10-foot width really opens the space up.
There are two loft bedrooms, each with its own excellent cubby system for storage. The soft-close dovetail drawers in the kitchen cabinets, and the dishwasher, are extra luxurious as well.
In the bathroom, there’s a curved shower stall and a Nature’s Head composting toilet. The asking price is $130,000. You can contact the seller here with questions or offers.
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