This tiny home is a bit funky and a bit modern
Hey TH Swoon Team! We wanted to share our latest build with you–the Chickadee Tiny Home! Thank you so much for your awesome work! A 192 square feet tiny house on wheels built by Brevard Tiny House Company in Brevard, North Carolina. More info. Brevard Tiny House For Sale. Originally shared at Tiny House Swoon.
Mitch from Mitchcraft Tiny House in Colorado only recently opened its doors, but ever since it has been busy building tiny homes.
Christie and Wes live in a tiny house that's on a big farm in South Carolina.
Driftwood Homes started building tiny houses in South Carolina recently. Have a look at The Indigo, their latest.
Reinoud was kind enough to share his tiny house build that resides in Strijp-S in The Netherlands.
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This little home has a little bit of this and that which makes for a comfy tiny abode.
Katie and her family (of four) implemented some neat features to fit their family of four in their tiny house in Minnesota.
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This owner-built tiny house in Flagstaff, Arizona makes use of sustainably-sourced materials.
The Hayseed Tiny House has a simple, rustic appeal that makes it look more like a little cabin.
This little home was built in Utah by Living Large Tiny Homes for Brett. He now lives full-time in his tiny house.
Robert bought and unfinished tiny house and completed finished it with the interior of it being a guest home in Oakland, California.
Simple, clean and roomy, this tiny house in Austin covers all of the basics.
Lauren and her husband bought a partially-finished "barn raiser" tiny house and finished it themselves. They are currently traveling.
Hannah and her husband built their tiny house using mainly reclaimed materials in Oregon.
Joseph is a talented woodworker that decided to start building tiny homes. The "Doug Fir" is one of several he has built so far.
Ryann's parents saved money for her college tuition. Her full scholarship to college meant she didn't need the money, so she used it to build a tiny house.