At just 390 square feet, the Stuga tiny house is a “true” tiny house (under 400 sq. ft.) that’s designed to be built on a foundation. It’s essentially a modern square that’s divided into a kitchen/living area and then features a separate bedroom and bathroom.
Lots of windows and doors bring light inside, and there’s a large deck on two of the four sides of the structure for outdoor living. You can buy the plans for this home from the Small House Catalog. Where would you build this little cabin?
Looking for a one-level, loft-free tiny house that you can build? Look no further than these amazing Hickory Outlook tiny house blueprints and building plans that are on sale now!
The plans include all you need to have your home professionally built. It includes a bathroom with a luxury shower and space for a washer/dryer unit. There’s a full kitchen with all normal-sized appliances, and an open-concept living and sleeping area. The coolest part, though, has to be the huge deck off the front that doubles your living space.
We all grow and change, and unsurprisingly, the first tiny house Richard ever built has needed some updates as the years rolled by. He lived in the THOW for about 18 months after building it, and then had it on Airbnb for about 4 years as he traveled cross-country in a micro tiny house!
When he came back to the house, he realized some of his 24-year-old self’s ideas weren’t that great. So now he is ripping out the old kitchen, has replaced his epoxy bathroom floor with “normal” tile, and actually bought a couch. Enjoy the old tour and Richard’s updates in the video below.
This is the Felling Tiny House Plans by Adam Rasmussen of TMBRZ Design! It’s a modern 30-ft. tiny house design with one-level living in mind which means no lofts or stairs and a regular bedroom in a tiny house!
You might remember the Tiny Two-fer design from Adam, as well as his STEM-N-LEAF tiny house. You can use the plans to build it yourself or to hire professionals to do it for you. What do you think? Could you see yourself living in a home like this?
This is the 24-ft. Aspen tiny house on wheels from SimBLISSity, by Dot and Byron Fears.
You may recognize the design from here and well now you can buy the plans and build one yourself. The design features 290-sq.-ft. of space, ample for one or two people. There is 192-sq.-ft. on the main level, an 83-sq.-ft. bedroom loft, a 35-sq.-ft. storage loft, and 16-sq.-ft. of external shed space. You can see some examples of the build below and of course one can customize it to the heart’s content.
If you’re looking for something just a bit smaller than the Sno cabin we showed you earlier, the Kyka cottage might be just what you want!
The Kyka has a nice open layout, with the living room and kitchen in one “Great Room” and then a bathroom and master bedroom adjacent to it. There is a loft, but it’s for guests so you don’t have to climb up there every night!
Perfect for a couple, “granny pad” or even an Airbnb property — you can buy the plans here!
While a professionally-built tiny house is often the dream, it can come with a pretty hefty price tag. Cheeky Monkey is trying to make tiny homes more financially accessible by selling plans, shells, and trailers so you can DIY a tiny house.
You can purchase plans for their Jude and Strawberry tiny homes, and they also sell 18/24/28-foot trailers. Finally, their Blackbird and Jude shells are also available to purchase on their website.
Additionally, they are trying to help connect homeowners/landowners with tiny home dwellers looking for a spot to park. They’ve created a webpage where people with land and those looking for it can connect here.
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