9 Examples Of Tiny Homes That Make Living Small Look Comfortable

9 Examples Of Tiny Homes That Make Living Small Look Comfortable

Tiny homes are an alternative way of living small. With a variety of designs and shapes, each of them is unique in their own way and include a variety of features that make the small living spaces very efficient.

Let’s take a look at 9 different tiny home designs…

1. A Tiny House Designed For A Mother And Daughter

Shaye of Shayes Tiny Homes, along with her team, has designed and built a modern tiny house for herself and her young daughter, that features two lofted bedrooms, an add-on spare room, and an interior green wall.

Shaye of Shayes Tiny Homes, along with her team, has designed and built a modern tiny house for herself and her young daughter, that features two lofted bedrooms, an add-on spare room, and an interior green wall.

To learn more about her small home, Bryce, the host of Living Big In A Tiny House, visited Shaye in Auckland, New Zealand, to take a tour of her home.

2. An Off-The-Grid Tiny House Made From A Small Shipping Container

Design studio Pin-Up Houses has designed a tiny house that measures in at just 20ft x 8ft and is made from a small shipping container.

Design studio Pin-Up Houses has designed a tiny house that measures in at just 20ft x 8ft and is made from a small shipping container.

To find out more, you can watch the following video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=/wyaAgVmrCGA

Photographer: Jakub Zdechovan | Design: Pin-Up Houses | Team: Joshua Woodsman (Vojt?ch Valda)- main architect and worker, Václav Valda- carpenter

3. A Tiny House Designed With A Cedar Exterior And Multiple Levels For Living

New Frontier Tiny Homes have designed the Orchid Tiny House, which has a contemporary gable farmhouse design, different interior levels, and two sleeping areas. Find out more here.

A tiny house with a contemporary gable farmhouse design, different interior levels, and two sleeping areas.

4. A Tiny House With Cypress Pine Cladding And A Pull-Out Outdoor Daybed

This tiny house in Australia designed by architect Paul Sofronov of Archemy, measures in at just 19 feet x 7 feet, and has a simple modern design that’s covered in cypress pine cladding. There’s also a deck that has a daybed that slides out from within the tiny house.

This tiny house in Australia designed by architect Paul Sofronov of Archemy, measures in at just 19 feet x 7 feet, and has a simple modern design that’s covered in cypress pine cladding. There's also a deck that has a daybed that slides out from within the tiny house.

The architect gave Johanna Griggs of Great Home Ideas a tour of the tiny home, among others that he’s designed.

5. A Tiny House With A 10 Foot High Ceiling

Wheelhaus has designed the RoadHaus Wedge RV, which measures in at 250 square feet (23sqm) and includes an outdoor deck, a 10 foot high ceiling, oversized doors, and plenty of windows. Find out more here.

Wheelhaus has designed the RoadHaus Wedge RV, which measures in at 250 square feet (23sqm) and includes an outdoor deck, a 10 foot high ceiling, oversized doors, and plenty of windows.
Photography by Krafty Photos

6. A Tiny House Uses Clever Design To Maximize The Interior

This contemporary tiny home by Minim Micro Homes includes design elements like a hidden bed, movable furniture, a music studio, and a movie projector. Find out more here.

This contemporary tiny home by Minim Micro Homes includes design elements like a hidden bed, movable furniture, a music studio, and a movie projector.
Photography © Paul Burk/Minim Micro Homes

7. A Tiny House With A Modern Interior, Solar Panels, And Rainwater Collection System.

This handcrafted tiny house in New Zealand, has been designed to be off-the-grid, with solar panels and a rainwater collection system. There’s also black metal and wood siding with a small covered deck, and a modern interior with lofted bedroom.

This handcrafted tiny house in New Zealand, has been designed to be off-the-grid, with solar panels and a rainwater collection system. There's also black metal and wood siding with a small covered deck, and a modern interior with lofted bedroom.

To truly understand the layout of the tiny house and all the included features, watch the video below for a walk-through tour with Mark, the owner, and Bryce, the host of Living Big In A Tiny House.

8. A Tiny House With A Unique Curved Design

A unique tiny house in Antigua, a city in the central highlands of Guatemala, has a corrugated metal exterior with a white finish, and an open bedroom, a bathroom, kitchen, and a small living area with a couch that doubles as a bed.

A unique tiny house in Antigua, a city in the central highlands of Guatemala, has a corrugated metal exterior with a white finish, and an open bedroom, a bathroom, kitchen, and a small living area with a couch that doubles as a bed.

Watch the video below as Kaylee from Youtube channel The Nomadic Movement takes a tour.

9. Not Only One Tiny Home, But An Entire Community In Oregon

Jesse Russell, owner and creator of Hiatus Homes, has designed a purpose-built village with 22 tiny homes, located in Bend, Oregon. Each tiny house features solar panels, storage for bikes and outdoor gear, a small pergola, an open plan living room and kitchen, and multiple loft areas.

Jesse Russell, owner and creator of Hiatus Homes, has designed a purpose-built village with 22 tiny homes, located in Bend, Oregon. Each tiny house features solar panels, storage for bikes and outdoor gear, a small pergola, an open plan living room and kitchen, and multiple loft areas.

To learn more about the ‘Hiatus’ development, YouTube channel Tiny House Expedition stopped by for a tour.

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