The idea of downsizing and living more mindfully is something that is catching on a lot more these days with rising rent and home prices. One way that people are coping with this new reality is by building tiny homes. Not only do tiny houses allow individuals to save quite a bit of money, but they also have wheels so you they can be easily moved. The tiny house movement has definitely caught our attention, so we rounded up some of our favorite tiny homes out there at the moment.
Bright and Beautiful Tiny Home
Bright, clean spaces make up this tiny home with beachy accents. Believe it or not, this little abode was given away as part of a giveaway put on by Tennessee based non-profit, Tiny House Giveaway. They construct and then give away tiny homes to benefit the Lamon Luther Foundation.
With a couch like this, who cares what the rest of this home looks like, right?! Well luckily the rest of this Airstream tiny home does not dissapoint either. The decor mixes modern style with vintage flair, making anyone who like that mid-century mod touch feel right at home.
The loft style tiny home is a great way to maximize on space. In addition to helping save a little square footage, a loft gives you a cozy space for a bed. In many tiny homes, the lofts also feature skylight windows so you can lay in bed and gaze at the stars – how dreamy!
Even though the square footage may be smaller than what most people are used to, that doesn’t mean you have to skimp on interior decor. There are many ways to incorporate unique touches to a tiny home, and this home on wheels does just that with the artsy tile accents, neutral wood, and modern appliances.
Tiny Kitchen Suit for Any Chef
With plenty of counter space, an oven, cooktop, and decent size fridge you could whip up just about anything in this mini home.
Aimed at Millennials
While still a conceptual design, this tiny home is geared toward the millennial generation. With Large windows, wall mounted tv screens, and floating shelves you’re able to still achieve hip style in a small space.
Refined and Upscale
If a more sophisticated taste is what you’re used to, tiny living can accommodate that too. Take this Olive Nest Tiny Home for example, which has hardwood floors, a neutral color palette, and overall elevated sense a decor style.
Honey I’m Home
While the interior of a tiny home is usually what gets the most attention, the exterior deserves some too. You can easily extend a decor palette outside by choosing complimentary paint colors, putting some shutters on the windows, and by choosing roofing that lends itself well.
Home Sweet Home
This sweet space is home to a family of five, believe it or not! They renovated this fifth wheel trailer themselves and we have to say we’re pretty blown away with the finished product. With a three tiered bunk space for their children and a master suite upfront, it’s the just the right amount of space.
This tiny home has an office workspace, galley kitchen, L-shaped couch, hardwood floors, and a loft bedroom all under the same roof. While it might seem like space could get cramped, having a minimal style allows for this layout to flow.