The Teton model by Alpine Tiny Homes has 300+ square feet with 2 bedroom lots and pretty darn-big kitchen and bathroom, at least by tiny house standards.
Serenity Acres started building tiny homes because they were worried about the average person and their ability to own an actual home.
The fellas from Brevard Tiny House in North Carolina love building tiny houses. Here's one example of their work.
A tiny house for sale in Asheville, North Carolina. The current owner built it himself.
This tiny house in Texas on a Christmas tree farm sits right next to the lake and is used to house guests on the farm.
Ryan built this tiny house with only renewable resources. It's a handsome, heavy duty build.
This tiny house in Golden, Colorado has cork flooring and pretty much custom everything inside.
This tiny house has some features that make it pretty unique. We're talking sliding under-stair storage, alarm system and a whole bunch more.
This tiny house uses the tongue area of its platform (goose neck trailer) for the loft. Smart.
Take a look at Alabama Tiny Homes' 1st tiny house build. It's a beauty.
The Manor Grey has some nifty features, like a remote controlled electric awning. Handy.
Tiny House Chattanooga is a very busy tiny house building company that designs very high-quality tiny homes. Have a look at The Borough.
Harmony tiny homes recently built this tiny house and posted it for sale on Tiny House Listings. It's two bedroom design means no climbing a ladder to sleep, if that's what you're in to.
I had a chance to visit and checkout The Nixie when it was still under construction and was impressed. The final product? Decide for yourself.
J.D.'s tiny house in Pennsylvania. Neat setup indeed.
Emily's tiny house in Florida is pretty darn unique.
One of Tiny Heirloom's many projects they recently completed. They are very busy these days.