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10 Well-Designed Tiny Houses That Will Strike Your Imagination

In recent years, especially last year, due to the pandemic, sustainability has gained more importance in our lives. We now consider sustainability, which we include in one area of ​​our lives, while owning a house. Tiny houses that meet the basic shelter needs of people without destroying or destroying the natural environment are in front of us as a living solution because they are economical. It is possible to build these tiny houses, which are shaped by the limits of imagination, from all kinds of materials. Here are 10 well-designed tiny house models that will spark your imagination:

1-Raspberry Tiny House on Jindy Dale Farms

This charming tiny farmhouse is in the middle of Cookeville. It was built in the US state of Tennessee. In this tiny house consisting of a single room, there is a kitchen area, a sitting area and a sleeping area, and there is also a bathroom to relieve the tiredness of the day. an ideal place to take some time for yourself and get rid of all the crazy thoughts of a tiring daily routine.

Why did it get our attention?

A downsized, sustainable life can be experienced in all its aspects in this tiny house.

Why do we like this idea?
  • Produced from environmentally friendly materials.
  • Making the best use of indoor and outdoor living spaces.

2- Amazing Wooden Tiny House

Designed as a two-story tiny house in the middle of a natural forest garden, this tiny house was built in the forested region of northern Iran. The interior design of this house, the front of which is closed with glass, is quite modern in harmony with its exterior. The glass section, which runs through the middle of the house and extends from the ceiling down, reflects the atmosphere of the outside inside.

Why did it get our attention?

The glass section that runs through the middle of the house and extends from the ceiling to the bottom is quite rational.

Why do we like this idea?
  • Produced from environmentally friendly materials.
  • Very well thought out design

3- Tiny House in a Teeny Area That Brings Great Happiness

Located in Sapanca, Turkey, this tiny house measures 6×3 square meters (18 square meters excluding the patio and the second floor). This tiny house, which draws attention with its modest dimensions, has all the basic areas such as a living room, kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom. There is a terrace in front of the house, which harmoniously complements the image of this house.

 Why did it get our attention?

Despite its small size, all the essentials are present.

Why do we like this idea?
  • Produced from environmentally friendly materials.

4- Uniquely Designed Cabin

Designed by Jacob Witzling and Sara Underwood, this tiny house was built into nature. Called Diamond Cabin, it has an extraordinary structure reminiscent of tiny fairy tales. The exterior of the cabin is lined with recycled cedar trees. The roof of the house is covered with moss in harmony with the environment, and a wooden coating is preferred for the interior of the house.

 Why did it get our attention?

It has an unusual structure. It has many sustainable elements.

Why do we like this idea?
  • Produced from environmentally friendly materials.
  • It has many sustainable elements.

5- Tiny House with Two-Story Natural Stone Cladding

The name of the project is La Fortuna. This Tiny House is one of 5 private bungalow houses located on the shores of Lake Atitlan. The tiny house, located among the greenery, consists of two floors. This building, which is used as a hotel, uses solar energy and is independent of the grid. Local materials were preferred in the construction of the house and local craftsmen worked in the construction.

Why did it get our attention?

It provides electricity independently from the grid.

Why do we like this idea?
  • Produced from environmentally friendly materials.
  • local craftsmen worked in the construction

6-How They Transformed a Rusty Tank into a Tiny House

Rusty metal industrial tank home renovation project by two Missouri brothers Taimoor and Rehan. In fact, the story was born as a project of the American series You Can’t Make It Home, which turns something you never thought of into a tiny house.

Why did it get our attention?

Recycling rusty metal tank into a brand new home.

Why do we like this idea?
  • Environmentally friendly
  • It has sustainable elements.

7- Wood Veneered Tiny House on Wheels

A small house on wheels where you can easily transport your life to the places you dream of. This tiny house, covered with recyclable wood outside, is planned as two floors. There is a living area, kitchenette, bathroom, and toilet on the ground floor and a bedroom in the attic.

Why did it get our attention?

The interior decoration is very stylishly designed.

Why do we like this idea?
  • It has sustainable elements.
  • Mobile

8- How This Family Built a $14,000 Tiny House

The story of this tiny house is an example of living by finding oneself in a simpler, quieter, more useful house instead of spending big money for a big house. The house, which is planned as two floors, has a room where daily life is spent on the first floor, and a bedroom on the second floor.

Why did it get our attention?

Made very cheap.

Why do we like this idea?
  • It has sustainable elements.
  • Economic

9- Incredible Transformation! Old Water Tank Into A Tiny House

Ronald Tan decided to build a dollhouse for his children who could not go out due to the pandemic. With the guidance of his wife, he set out with the thought that the iron skeleton of the water tank in the garden might be suitable for this. The dollhouse project, which he started for his two children at first, later turned into a small house project.

Why did it get our attention?

a great imagination

Why do we like this idea?
  • It has sustainable elements.
  • Economic

10- Transformation of a Shabby-Looking Space into a Tiny Home

How cheap can you afford a stylish tiny home?

Feliz Lucas, a member of the Facebook group Home Buddies, has achieved just that. This tiny house, built with a very small budget, encourages living a minimal life.

Why did it get our attention?

It highly encourages living a minimal life.

Why do we like this idea?
  • It has sustainable elements.
  • Economic

Love what you see? Share your home makeover with us and we’ll feature it on our blog.

Email us at info@livinginatiny.com and tell us about your project.

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