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This is a great tiny house from a new-to-us tiny house builder — Tiny FL! Located in Florida, they produce beautiful luxury tiny homes. This is one of their most recent builds, and it includes tons of sleeping areas! Not only does it have two lofts, it includes a first-floor bedroom.

Additionally, you’ll find a spacious living room and kitchen between the lofts. The cabinetry is all very sleek with no pulls, and the bathroom has a large glass shower stall. Tell us what you think in the comments!

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Two Lofts Plus a Ground Floor Bedroom in 36 Feet

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Images via Tiny FL

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Emilie is one of the lucky ones! He got a beautiful tiny home from Baluchon that looks wonderfully well-crafted. His biggest want was a reading nook with bookshelves, and he has one right in front of a huge picture window that will offer lovely views of his Normandy property.

The name “Piccola Casa” means “little house.” He has a functional kitchen for cooking meals for guests, a large bathroom, and a storage staircase to hold his things. Upstairs in the loft, he fit a double bed. What’s your favorite part?

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Emilie’s Tiny Home in Normandy

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Images via Baluchon

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When I think of awesome gooseneck tiny homes, I think of MitchCraft — they have really perfected maximizing space and beauty in the layout. Summer’s gooseneck seems to have everything: A grand kitchen that looks perfect to cook in, a washer/dryer combo in a wall of storage, and a bedroom/living room combo over the gooseneck.

Summer chose the most soothing colors! Sage green, natural light wood tones, and a bit of rustic barn wood here and there for contrast. There’s even a full bathroom with a tub for relaxing after a long day. What’s your favorite part of this design?

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Her Sage Green Tiny Home Has it All!

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Images via MitchCraft

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This new tiny home from Statton Rock takes risks and incorporates dark wall colors in a media room/living room/bedroom on the first floor to create a cozy cave. I actually love it, since the room is separate from the rest of the home which has creamy white shiplap to keep things bright. There are also oodles of windows for natural light. How would you use that room?

In the kitchen you’ll find all the appliances: a stacked washer & dryer, a full-sized refrigerator, a wall oven, dishwasher and spacious stainless steel sink. Since the home is all-electric, there’s a glass cook top and a closet dedicated to the hot water heater. Every stays hot or cool with the mini-splits. Enjoy the tour below.

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Modern Industrial Tiny Home from Statton Rock

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We introduced you to Ideal Tiny’s Antonin model, but here’s a look at a fully-furnished tiny home of theirs that’s just stunning. The Indè provides you with a single-level floor plan. Living/kitchen area first, bathroom in the middle, and a spacious first-floor bedroom at the end.

The modern finishes make this such a sleek home! I especially love that French doors open from the living room to a huge deck, essentially doubling the space. Plus, you really can’t beat the view. It looks like it may be a vacation property at a camp, and wow, I’d want to stay there. Thoughts?

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Modern Tiny House with Indoor-Outdoor Living

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Images via Ideal Tiny

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I absolutely love innovative designers who see problems and find solutions, and that’s the case with Tom from TC Tiny. He saw the need for bushfire-resistant tiny homes in Australia, and he stepped in the gap to fill the need! We could certainly use homes like this in California, with the frequent wildfires over there.

This is his most recent creation, which he sold to Little Tootie Eco Retreat. The interior features Tom’s signature “farm punk” style that’s a mix of rustic and industrial. It includes all you need for full-time living, including a bathroom, first-floor bedroom, and micro office for those who work from home. What do you think?

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TC Tiny Homes Builds Fire-Resistant Tiny House for Little Tootie Eco Retreat in Bilpin, Australia

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Molly and her partner live in a tiny home, which they’ve built, that sits on family property in the Cairngorms National Park in the Scottish Highlands. Having visited there before, I can say this is truly a magical place to live! And the home they’ve created makes it even more lovely.

While Molly admits the home isn’t entirely complete, it’s truly lovely with sage green cabinets and open shelving in their kitchen, high ceilings over the couch, and two stand-up lofts — one that’s a bedroom and the other that’s an office/guest room. Their bathroom is still under renovations. Tell me what you think in the comments!

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Cottagey Tiny Home in Cairngorms National Park

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It’s always an exciting day when we have a new Baluchon build to show you. This lovely tiny house was built for Claire, a client who is starting a new chapter of her life and calls her home, “The Smell of Rain” in French — that idea of fresh waters falling on formerly parched ground. Beautiful, really!

Claire wanted a very traditional tiny house, with a gable roof and standard living-kitchen-bathroom layout underneath a sleeping loft. But like always, Baluchon elevates the ordinary with beautiful craftsmanship and a pop of color — the barn red roofing and interior cabinets contrast beautifully with the light natural wood tones. What’s your favorite part of this build?

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Barn-Red Cabinets, Roofing & Trim In This Home Sweet Tiny Home

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Almost a decade ago, Danielle lived in Austin and was tired of the creeping rent prices. In her heart, she wanted to get all her friends to build tiny homes with her, so they could live in a little commune. While that didn’t all happen, about 6 years ago, *she* finished building her own DIY tiny house and has it parked on her uncle’s property in Oregon.

Danielle splurged where it mattered to her — on her brand-new trailer and cedar siding — and otherwise scoured Craigslist and the Re-Store for reclaimed materials to create her budget build. In the end, she spent about $25k on her home. It has so much character inside, with awesome pieces like her grandmother’s stained-glass windows and the fallen-wood railings. What do you think of what she did?

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Her $25K Build with Amazing Outdoor Oasis

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