Ever wanted to stay in a tiny house? How about a custom made, one-of-a-kind tiny house with all the amenities of a home, the convenience of a downtown hotel room, the green features you appreciate, and the artistic factor that will make you say WOW?” – Airbnb.com
See more of this Hip East Side Tiny Pad Retreat in Austin. Photos via Airbnb.com. Love the stairs!
You never know where you’ll find tin house inspiration. This bedroom is not inside a tiny house, but it could be. Love the use of space under that attic roofline!
Erin and Aaron collaborated with Nicole Blair, of Studio 512, and they didnt waste a bit of material.” – Apartment Therapy
via Erins Warm & Wood-Wrapped Austin Budget Bungalow. Photo by Adrienne Breaux.
This 140 sq/ft building was designed to match the main house. It features a curved roof, hand made sash weighted windows with wavey glass, wood screens, an entry door to match the main door, crosses and brackets that match the original design, wood and stucco siding, hand crafted louvers, stone skirting around the pier and beam foundation.” – Red River Restorations
See more of these tiny outbuildings in Austin, TX
I partook on the great adventure to build my own tiny house during my last two years of college. The experience was amazing and living in it the last semester of school was better than dreamed. However now after graduating and getting a job, circumstances are changing and in order to adapt to them all, it seems I have to pass the house on.” – Tiny House Talk
Learn more about Ben’s Tiny House For Sale near Austin, Texas.
You might remember the story of this young man building his own tiny home. He started the project when he was 16.
“Austin Hay has grown just as much as his tiny house has. However, the semi-famous young man seemed unfazed by the attention his house was getting on this sunny day in October. Dozens of people visited his tiny build last Saturday, including the parents of Kirsten Dirksen, who filmed Austin when he was 16 years old.”
via Austin’s Tiny Open House.
This is a custom shipping container conversion in Austin, Texas, that was built by Alan Stulberg. The total cost was just $16,000 and that includes some incredible features like a 600-pound glass door.
James and Kristen have made the move to Austin, TX and are now on the edge of a very nice little trailer park facing some woods. This is a photo of their home office. You can also follow them on Facebook.
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