10 Amazing Tiny Homes. Which is Your Favorite?
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These 10 chic tiny homes will redefine how you think of small homes. You won’t believe how gorgeous and handsome they are. Some were built by the owners themselves, some were pre-fab, and some were built by builders. They all share on thing in common – they are amazing!
Mary and Trevor’s Heart of Of It All House
Why it’s so awesome: This stunning 224 square foot home is one of the coolest modern-rustic tiny houses we’ve seen. It looks so much bigger than it is. They did most of the work themselves, with help from friends and family, and used the hOME plans by TinyHouseBuild as their main reference.
The Alpha Tiny House by New Frontier Tiny Homes
New Frontier Homes is on a mission to bring great design at an affordable price to people across America. They focus on extraordinary craftsmanship and attention to details.
The Alpha Tiny House footprint can be expanded by opening up the side and dropping down the deck, for some fantastic indoor-outdoor living.
The 246 square foot Alpha model is their main current “model.” They say a typical Alpha tiny home with top of the line appliances costs about $95,00. They can customize this model, and they also do custom builds.
The Waterhaus – A Strikingly Handsome 450 square foot home
This Waterhaus home ranges from approximately $65,000 to $135,00 depending on the features and what parts are done by he company.
The Extreme Ski Chalet on Wheels
This mobile ski home was the brainchild of Molly Baker and Zack Giffin, host of the Tiny House Nation show. The home was built in just seven weeks once given the go-ahead by their sponsor.
Incredibly, five extreme skiers have been known to stay in this Extreme Ski Chalet home at a time.
Despite all these people and gear, apparently smells fine. They credit this to: the lack of smelly mildew, the pleasant smell of a wood fire (which they often have going) and the smell of a raw wood interior.
The floating tiny house cabin in Maine.
This off-the grid and off-the-land home was assembled onshore and then towed to sea on a floating foundation. The couple ferries their water out to the cabin via a canoe. The couple uses it primarily in the warmer months, all the way until it gets cold in November.
It is like its own mini island, and the views from the deck are serene.
More and more people are joining the tiny house movement. According to TheTinyLife.com, the most popular reasons to downsize to a tiny home include financial factors, environmental concerns, and the goal of having more time and freedom (that comes with having less tuff to care for and pay for).
A non-mobile tiny house is typically smaller than 500 square feet, and mobile tiny houses are usually around 120 square feet or less according to Wikipedia.
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