There”s a new, huge craze sweeping the United States… and it”s tiny houses. Yes your read that right, tiny houses. The movement is made up of people who are sick of the ginormous houses that have come to dominate much of America. It”s not just one demographic group either. The tiny house movement, as it”s known, is made up of equal parts millennials, newly weds, and even retirees.
I know what you”re thinking, “Who on Earth would willingly live in a tiny shack? That sounds horrible.” That”s where you”re wrong. These tiny houses are probably more luxurious than your normal sized home despite having less than half the space. Intrigued? Just check out these pictures.
The company at the front of the tiny house movement is the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company. Here is one of their pre-made units.
A look inside the house.
Bed loft for sleeping.
Nice little area to lounge in.
Kitchen with all the amenities.
Nice view of the parking lot.
Of course the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company is not the only game in town. There are other companies that build micro houses. Sometime people will just design and build their own. Here are a few more examples of tiny houses if you”re not already convinced how awesome they are.
1.) So modern.
2.) Looks cozy.
Oh man, I want that bedroom.
3.) Tiny house converted from a shipping container.
4.) This one has wheels.
Love that lighting.
Upstairs loft for sleeping.
5.) Tiny house in the woods.
That living room is great.
A nice view to wake up to.
6.) Great color. Kind of blends in with the trees.
A nice little stove to keep the house warm. Probably don”t need much wood to get the job done.
7.) Hidden away.
The tiny house movement still cannot escape Ikea.
Good place to read a book.
8.) Tiny house in someone”s backyard.
View from the sleeping loft.
Kitchen with all the necessaries.
8.) Is it possible for a tiny house to be epic?
Great porch for lounging.
View into the living room.
That kitchen is nicer than mine.
10.) Plenty of windows.
11.) Ready to roll anywhere in the country.
12.) Imagine getting to live in that all year round? So cool!
13.) If you don”t like the view, you can just move the house.
14.) Solar panels are a must for these homes.
(H/T: The Daily Mail)
Just because the houses are tiny, it doesn”t mean they aren”t fancy. These small houses are efficient and save energy. The footprint they leave is insanely small, compared to your traditional house in America. Not only that, but many tiny houses can be built on top of trailers, so that you can take them with you wherever you go.
Can I have one?
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