Monocabin measures 280 square feet and is easy to assemble, thanks to the modular concrete panels that make up its walls.
Made to survive Colorado’s cold temperatures, this camper feels more like a small apartment than a cramped RV.
Built on a flatbed trailer with a hitch that connects to a car, Magenta is designed for on-road living.
For a growing number of players of Sims 4, a dream home means a modest micro dwelling plopped onto a small plot of land.
From good-looking builds that embraced larger design trends to one-of-a-kind gems, here are the tiny homes that stood out from the pack this year.
Tiny home includes an in-unit washer-dryer and access to 319 A’s shared spaces. What’d you think?
The house itself has just two bedrooms and one bathroom, but there’s plenty of room for expansion on 1.5 acres of land. Built in 1940, there’s also a loft, a full basement, and hardwood floors.
Now you can get a tiny house that has all the benefits of the modern farmhouse style, only, you know, much smaller.
Inside the 588-square-foot cottage, there are just two bedrooms and one bathroom, plus a living room and a kitchen. This no-frills house includes an open floorplan, vaulted ceilings, and a bay window—making it a good starter home or a low maintenance East End retreat.