Here’s a very simple and small tiny house that’s designed to add a little space for those that need a guest room, office, lookout, studio, sanctuary, party shack, play room, or retreat. It also has a roof top deck!
It can be easily towed by a half ton truck, and built on a CSA certified 8′ x 16′ trailer. The walls, ceiling and floor are insulated. The walls are covered in yellow poplar and the floor are birch. Eastern cedar shingles complete this beautiful tiny house.
On the inside it’s just a simple room. For those that need more than just a little more space, some additional finishings would be needed.
Set in the midst of a forest, there’s a sense of enchantment surrounding the cabin. The exterior features a patio area with a large fire pit. The bathroom facilities can be found to the rear of the building in a separate little hut, and are accessed over a small walkway.” – Humble Homes
The ground floor is home to a large living area and wood-burning stove, a kitchen and a small bathroom tucked away at the back of the home. The living room sofa can also fold down to accommodate additional guests.” – Humble Homes
Each Shepherds hut is a spacious 20ft by 8ft with a fully fitted kitchen and separate bathroom. Everything has been finished to the highest standard with beautiful vintage styling.” – The Shepherds Hut Retreat
This 440 ft2 (40.9 m2) weeHouse has just two rooms, an all-in-one living space and a bathroom. The living space has a bed placed in the middle of the room with a kitchenette and dining area at one end and a small sitting area at the other end.” – Small House Bliss
via A compact desert retreat by Alchemy Architects
Surrounded by canyon park-lands, this brand-new yurt with luxury conveniences features one large circular room (24’ diameter) with a queen size bed in the sleeping loft, a full size sofa bed in the living room, and two additional airbeds available as needed.” – Airbnb.com
Set in a wooded area, the studio is partially visible from the main residence and is nestled between two rock outcroppings – one used as a backdrop and the other as a bookend to the deck. Although the space is small, the windows that wrap the western facade frame the scenery and launch the inhabitant out into a void beyond that is considerably larger.”