10 Teeny Tiny Houses With Big Style

Share on Facebook148Tweet about this on Twitter36Pin on Pinterest49,638Share on Google+11Share on StumbleUpon26

10 Teeny Tiny Houses

Today is a fun look at 10 teeny tiny houses with big style.  As soon as I think I’ve seen all the tiny house styles, I find more.  Small space living is such a popular alternative house choice these days.  There seems to be a new company designing them every year.

We can now see even more little boxes starring in a new reality TV show called, Tiny House Nation, that’s all about tiny houses.

If you haven’t seen my Tiny Houses list page, head over to see other houses after the tour. All of today’s tiny houses are from a site I often visit called Houzz.

TINY HOUSES:

1. Tiny Shabby Studio

10 Teeny Tiny Houses With Big Style
By My Shabby Streamside Studio. I think this is everyone’s fairytale come true studio.  If I ever build a tiny house, I want it to look something like this.

 

2. Tiny Tack House

Tiny Tack House in Snohomish, Washington has 133 square feet and 63 square feet for sleeping in the loft area that is above the kitchen.  See more photos of the layout on Houzz and progress and plans on ChrisandMalissa owners of the The Tiny Tack House.

3. Tiny House less than 400 square feet

 

Less than 400 square foot tiny house

Side view

Tiny House in Plymouth, Massachusetts is less than 400 square feet with a living room, kitchen, full bath and bonus screened in porch.

Shoebox Tiny House
Tiny Farmhouse Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
5. Tiny Farmhouse is on Sauvie Island of Portland, Oregon.
Hobbit Hole Tiny House Cottage
6. Hobbit Hole is a teeny, tiny cottage with a kitchenette, place to dine, living room, bedroom and screened in porch.  It’s actually a kids playhouse.  My grown daughter thinks it would be fun to live in a wee bit bigger cottage just like this one.
7. This tiny house is actually an artist studio that me and my daughter both want to live in.  I’ll let her have first dibs.
Tiny Sleeper Cabin
Tiny backyard guest cottage
9. Joanne Koch did this teeny tiny house.  It’s an adorable tiny backyard guest cottage with a sleeping loft, kitchenette, bathroom and seating.
Fern House

10. Fern House

Rustic Garage And Shed by Burlington Architects & Building Designers Bluetime Collaborative made Fern House.  A sleeping cabin in the woods with a hanging bed that is calling my name…..Honestly, I can hear it.

Here’s a reminder to go have a bit of fun browsing teeny tiny houses on my Tiny House List.

You know I can’t resist doing this sometimes, so here ya go!  A song about tiny houses called Little Boxes from Weeds Season 8.

The CabooseSee inside the Tiny Red Caboose and 

423 S Orleans Ave Tampa FL 3

Fun Nut-Sized house on Tiny Bungalow House Is Acorn Sized and

ESCAPE TravelerESCAPE tiny house Traveler

Share on Facebook148Tweet about this on Twitter36Pin on Pinterest49,638Share on Google+11Share on StumbleUpon26
The following two tabs change content below.
Hi I'm Sue. Do you love houses? Me too! Fancy meeting you here and welcome! If you know of a house or room I'd love, Contact Me above.

11 Responses to 10 Teeny Tiny Houses With Big Style

  1. I am intrigued by the one with the screened in porch. Would be great to sit out there in the summer time. I’d like to retire to a tiny house on wheels so I can go where the winds blow me. I live near Amish country in PA and there’s an Amish builder who makes them and they can be customized. Beautiful!

  2. My favorite is the shed/hanging bed combo. So cool! This is a great list! Fun fact: The song little boxes, is actually a protest song about suburban houses in general based on Levittown, Long Island. It’s by Malvina Reynolds and Pete Seeger even sang a version of it. Also, if you watched Weeds you can hear great covers in other languages and by other bands stsrting about the 2nd season — so they get even cooler.

    • Hi Crystal, tiny houses are so popular but living in one with kids would definitely be difficult. Interesting that Del likes small spaces Crystal. Thank you so much for visiting.

  3. Love these tiny houses. Big questions, does the house run on batteries or very long extension cord? What about water for the shower and cooking? Run by garden hose? Can the tiny house survive winter? I would love to build one for my paint studio.

  4. I’ve been seeing these little houses a lot lately. I always laugh when I think of me trying to live in one. I’d sooner live in the woods…at least I’d have more space lol. Great post as always. XO

    • I am not convinced I could live in one of these adorable teeny tiny houses either, but they are one of my fun to look at and think about house obsessions. I would def like one in the backyard for guests.

  5. I have only seen parts of Tiny House Nation so far and I think we can catch episodes online now too. I am so happy to hear from someone who likes tiny houses too, especially since it is you.

  6. I love these little houses! I keep refraining from the urge to build one in our woods, but the tiny house, actually artist studio, is tempting me big time! Love the little deck on it. I like how you chose the song with the theme “little boxes”. :)

    • Hi Robin, I keep starring at the little deck too. If you do get to build one in your woods, I hope you will share it with us. I am attracted to tiny houses for so many reasons. Today, I was thinking that they are like Big Girl dollhouses.

Leave a reply

CommentLuv badge