|Proof that mere plywood floors can look GREAT. I love the open feel, and height of this little home- although heating all that dead, lofty, space is a waste in the trade-off.|
Each tiny house represented here, to me, offers something very appealing by way of spatial design, arrangement, and color. Three of the offerings are my own work/builds, and after wrestling back and forth with the idea, I went and included them- after all, they are exactly what I like in tiny decor, color, and layout.
|Great layering/leveling here, so as to maximize space for usage. This one almost has a stark, nautical feel, but still finds a way to come off as looking comfortable. (The Leaf House).|
|I've always wanted to make simple corrugated poly/plastic walls, and this photo is proof that this approach looks decent, works well, and would be very cost effective. The R value would SUCK though.|
|Nicolette Stewart from Germany furnished/built this little wagon dwelling for under $2000 USD (equivalent). The woman's got some style!|
|I'm a big fan of shipping container homes, and this one's got such a great, open, and light, vibe. I really dig the wood paneling, and sink/cabinet set-up.|
|What's not to like about this hippied-out, stained glass adorned, treehouse?|
|Graham Burnett from the UK built this one to serve as his backyard office/shed/guest hut. I really like its look of haphazardly placed windows- even more-so, recycled ones....|