Yes… this is real. Bryce from Living Big in a Tiny House interviews the homeowner and gets a tour of this amazing 500 square foot house. It’s located on Vancouver Island in British Columbia and built from locally sourced natural materials. On the inside it has all the expected comforts of a contemporary home. Read more at Living Big in a Tiny House. Photo by Living Big in a Tiny House.
This unique studio cottage – found on Airbnb.com – is set among mature trees and tucked away above street level. Sized perfect for two, this tiny cottage is brightly decorated and fully equipped. The large window seat is great for catching Seattle sunsets or step outside on the terrace. To learn more visit Airbnb.com.
This is our small house near the city of Leuven in Belgium, we call it ‘The Tipi’. We built it temporarily, until we save enough money to built our definitive house… The city allows us to live like this for 5 years. We would recommend this to everyone.” – Inne Van Engeland via Small House Bliss.
Read and see more of The “Tipi”, a cozy A-frame cottage at Small House Bliss. Photos: Inne Van Engeland.
14×14 Cottage with lap siding will be used for a craft room and a space for grandkids to play.” – Kanga Room Systems
via Customer Gallery: 14×14 Cottage Studio
The above room is from a fisherman’s cottage in Gotland, renovated and owned by Swedish cinematographer, Bengan Widell. A rustic space with a unique mix of vintage middle eastern accents, religious wall art and Swedish pine.” – Poppytalk
Read more at Poppytalk: Mixed Styles (Swedish/Moroccan). Photos by Karin Björkquist
The cute cabin in Nova Scotia actually belongs to her parents and their family did the makeover together, so winning this award was super special to her! ” – House of Turquoise
Love the look of this tiny house kit! Here’s what the company that sells it says:
This compact 12 x 12 cabin has an 8 x 12 enclosed space, and is considered to be under 100 sq. ft. by most permitting authorities. The 10 / 12 roof pitch and optional extra height give plenty of room in the loft for sleeping. Ventilation is provided by a double opening triangular window. The dormer on the front and the shed dormer on the back further increase the room in the loft.” – Cabana Village
See more of this 12×12 Cottage Cabin with Loft and Shed Dormer
With only 25 m2 (270 ft2) of interior space, there was very little room to fit the requirements of modern life. Architect Colm Doyle’s solution was to design a plywood box that sits in the tiny cottage, defining the spaces around it. The sitting room is to one side, the kitchen is on the opposite corner, and they are linked by a small entry hall alongside the box. A staircase built into the box leads up to a sleeping loft on top, and a bathroom and storage space are contained within it.” – Small House Bliss
See more of Cottage Cubed, a renovated fisherman’s cottage
With the rising cost of living many people are seeking alternatives to offset the costs while also maintaining quality of life. One method of saving money is to build your own home. Michael Buck, a retired art teacher turned farmer, has built his own home using natural materials to create a quaint country cottage.The cottage is built from mostly cob, a material that’s made of clay, sand, straw, water, and earth.” – Niall