Archive for the ‘Small Home Design’ Category

Texas tiny house really cool using mid-century style meets with Marfa style. Although small measuring only 380 square feet, this home looks beautiful and mighty with colorful punch. Built on two gooseneck trailers, the home features built-in hammocks, a removable deck, screened-in porch using Parasoleil copper panels and a custom kitchen island. Happy life does not mean having to choose a large house. Some interesting little houses can also be found in the Lone Star State. One of them is a bright Austin space designed by Kim Lewis, an interior designer who shows how colorful punch can give a compact  [ Read More ]

If you include people who like the original Wedge model from Wheelhaus, there is now a smaller but enhanced version at a fraction of the cost. But you do not worry, Roadhaus they call it still provides a floor master bedroom and lots of open windows that allow a view to the outdoors wider. Roadhaus is offered at 160 to 240 square feet, this model is suitable for tiny living, a guesthouse, backyard office or a combination of all three. At the high end of the house there is a padded deck and a glass wall that gives a nice  [ Read More ]

There are actually many advantages to living in tiny homes, such as the romantic couple Kelly and canaan who decided to move from their big house to a 312 square foot house located on a beautiful family property in a pine forest about 80 miles Dallas. Their decisions initially moved into this house because they feel a little overwhelmed with stuff, they began to feel the urge to downsize the amount of money thrown away because the rent and bills each month. I love what this house has to offer, ranging from bright, well-designed, friendly and smart storage systems in  [ Read More ]

You would not have guessed that this is a real hobbit house and really get to a place to stay. Unique house is located just outside of Tomach village in Scotland built from the tireless efforts by husband and wife team. They really want to manifest their own magical mind by saving, sewing and carving to create a hobbit-style home. They start collecting things they can find in the wilderness around them, so it’s no wonder that this house has a lot of natural accents. While the outside area looks stunning with the natural surroundings, the interior of the house  [ Read More ]

Movable home are increasingly interested many people and has grown to exceed RVs and bus renovation. This house is perfect for those of you who want modern minimalist style and likes endless travel. Responding to the challenge, Estonian design collective Kodasema created KODA, a small prefabricated house which was moving on homeowners desire. The house prototype is designed with the ability to move off-grid and can be disassembled and prepared for relocation within 4 hours. Koda made mainly of concrete, portable houses built with manufactured components for their strength and energy efficient properties. A solid structure also allows small house  [ Read More ]