Five Tiny Houses That Are Actually Livable

Take a look at these extraordinary tiny houses for some inspiring house ideas!

1.) The Cedar Mountain Tiny House– built by New Frontier Tiny Homes in Nashville, Tennessee this home is definitely modern with a country feel. It might look small on the outside, but the inside sure feels big with a farmhouse-style scheme. Built with repurposed materials and rich hardwood floors, this tiny house is the perfect combination of rustic-country and modern simplicity.

Cedar-Mountain-Tiny-Housevia Studio Buell Photography & New Frontier Tiny Homes (Take a look inside)

2.) Alpha Tiny Home– built by New Frontier Tiny Homes is impressive and beautiful with its open living space. This tiny home definitely adds a modern a twist to a country farmhouse style. Made with beautiful natural textured materials, this Alpha home signifies maximum functionality and modern luxury.

Alphavia Studio Buell Photography & New Frontier Tiny Homes (Take a look inside)

3.) Minimalist Tiny Home– located near Boise Idaho, this tiny home was built by Macy and her family.  Made from recycled pallet wood, this tiny home is a modern minimalist. It is indulging with bright beautiful lights which makes it open and spacious in spite of its size.

Minimalistvia Macy Miller (Take a look inside)

4.) Oceanside Retreat– Designed by Mac Lloyd of Creative Cottages, this adorable red-roof cottage sits itself near the waterfront of Freeport, Maine. This tiny home is a modern simplicity with lots of charm. It has a full kitchen, bath, laundry, fireplace, living, and sleeping space. Though small, it still manages to give off full functionality while feeling spacious and bright.

Cottagevia Creative Cottages (Take a look inside)

5.) Floating Tiny House– This floating cabin is a summer escape for one North Haven couple. This tiny home was built on a float onshore, rigging plastic floatation tubs, Styrofoam, and pontoons as foundation. Very livable, this off the grid haven is unquestionably a modern escape.

Floatingvia Nicole Wolf (Take a look inside)

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