Without question, there’s a lot to like about tiny houses, but sleeping in a loft doesn’t often make the list. While it’s a great way to take advantage of otherwise squandered space, getting in and out of bed can prove to be a challenge. For this reason, there are several tiny homes now on the market that keep everything on a single level. The Dark Horse Tiny House is the latest we’ve found that embraces this type of layout, and it looks fantastic. Continue reading to learn more.
Tiny House Stories September 14
Tiny House Stories August 26
With tiny house space continuing to heat up, Minimaliste stands out as a manufacturer that is constantly looking for ways to overhaul and improve existing units in its portfolio. The latest example of this involves Minimaliste Ébène, a model that will now be on its third iteration. The most drastic change by far is a reduction in length, which takes it from 36 to 32.5 feet. This move delivers a more compact and refined solution to this tiny house builder’s ever-growing lineup. Continue reading to learn more.
Tiny House Stories August 12
Over the last few months we’ve covered a variety of new tiny houses. Some are high-end, others deliver an abundance of space, and most recently we detailed Kabinka, which is arguably one of the most affordable options out there. Today we’ve stumbled across Natura, a solar-powered tiny house that manages to accommodate a king-sized bed, wood-burning stove, and more. All of this is done for a price that undercuts what you’d have to spend on a used home, let alone something brand new. This allows it to serve as a tempting option to folks who’d like to be more eco-friendly or simply spend more of their time on the road. Continue reading to learn more. expand full story
Tiny House Stories August 7
If recent coverage of Magnolia and Traveler’s Paradise has you intrigued by the thought of living in a tiny house, you’re in for a treat with today’s highly-affordable discovery. It’s called Kabinka and is made by a Hungarian company called Hello Wood. Instead of going high-end like the others above, it chases a very basic design that makes it a thrifty option that’s perfect for peaceful getaways. This affordable tiny house is available in 4 sizes, allowing folks to fit “a kitchenette, desk, couch and stove.” Continue reading to learn more.
Tiny House Stories July 21
With minimalism becoming increasingly more popular these days, it’s no wonder why tiny homes are being considered by many. As demand increases, the market tries to satisfy custom requests that customers may have. The latest from Canada-based Mint Tiny House Company goes above and beyond typical adventures with enough room to sleep eight alongside a high-end appearance that can be found both inside and out. Unlike the new Airstream Basecamp 20, this tiny home is truly massive and will need to be towed by a sizable truck. A fact that also rings true for the slightly-smaller, 38-foot Magnolia tiny house that was recently built. Continue reading to learn more.
Tiny House Stories July 10
At the onset, tiny homes were a questionable living arrangement for a large majority of people. As time has passed, designs have become increasingly more innovative, with layouts that satisfy high-end tastes without a need for hundreds of thousands of dollars. The latest Magnolia tiny house from Minimaliste fits this bill, with a look that’s sure to turn some heads. It’s an all-weather model that measures 38-by10.5 feet, which equates to roughly 400 square feet of living space. Continue reading to learn more.