The Tiny House movement is gaining momentum as an antithesis to rising housing prices. As people struggle to save enough money to buy their own properties, tiny homes offer a sustainable and affordable alternative. The small home design is usually on wheels which means home owners are able to bypass many of the permits which make building so expensive.
As tiny homes are so small and versatile, they can be placed just about anywhere and moved as the mood strikes. Even if you outgrow your tiny home, it makes a great guest house and can also be sold easily. Tiny homes free owners of mortgages, rent and the kind of overheads that would otherwise keep them in a 9-5 job.
Tiny homes are easy to take off-grid, giving home owners complete autonomy and helping to reduce their carbon footprints. Here are some of our favorite tiny homes:
This one from Olive Nest Tiny homes comes with it’s own greenhouse and goes for around $81,000.
This tiny house is a darling little country getaway. See more here.
Made by the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company, this beauty goes for between $62,950 and $72,950 depending on your choice of finishes.
This 196-square foot home cost just $11,000 and means owner and architect Macy Miller can live mortgage free.
Zac Griffin, host of Tiny House Nation, is the proud owner of this mobile ski chalet. It cost $25,000 and took just seven weeks to build.
This tiny house offers incredible accommodation opportunities at the Blue Moon Rising Eco-tourism resort.
Carrie and Shane from Clothesline Tiny Homes built this little gem in 2012. Visit their site here for tiny house plans and design help.
Camp Wandawega is home to this adorable treehouse tiny home.
This adorable tiny house is the most popular wish list item on Airbnb. See the full story here.
This beautiful floating tiny house in Russia is hauntingly beautiful. Get the full tour here.
And of course, no list would be complete without our very own Greenmoxie tiny house. The drawbridge deck makes it easy to move and adds a little extra security.
This custom dragon tiny home is designed and built by innovative designer Zyl Vardos.
The bare bones Muji tiny home is perfect for the minimalists. Japanese residents can purchase these starting at $25,000.
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