Having a bigger place is good for gatherings such as parties, reunions, meetings and for big family members. But bigger is not always better, after all the events and family members start to grow up and live their own lives, these big houses will just be empty and quiet, that’s not so cool!

In these past few years tiny houses are getting more and more popular and it’s making a trend of a new lifestyle for some people. Whether it’s a personal matter or a change of way of living, still they make a good impression around the world. These tiny houses are not just tiny but it’s amazingly beautiful and comfortable. These architects, designers and even engineers make sure that this small houses would be a better and safe place to live in.

1) APH80 PORTABLE TINY HOUSE

APH80-Portable-Tiny-HouseDesigned by the folks at Abaton, This house includes one bedroom, living room, bathroom, and a small kitchen sprawling over the 300 square feet of living space. There is a small window in the bedroom, but it’s the floor to ceiling sliding window doors that provide the natural light, along with a great breeze depending on where you are situated. When you want to move this tiny abode, simply hook up to a truck, and hit the road. >>>Details Here<<<

2) BIG SUR TINY HAWK HOUSE

Big-Sur-Tiny-Timber-HouseWhen you really want to be one with the mountains (while still having a reasonable amount of protection from the elements) this is as good as it gets. Located in the beautiful mountain city of Big Sur in northern California, this 90 square foot home is completely off the grid, and was built by architect Alex Wyndham. The house angled walls completely open up, allowing dwellers to fully enjoy that sweet ocean breeze. >>>Details Here<<<

3) BLOB VB3 MOBILE TINY HOUSE

Blob-VB3-Mobile-Tiny-HouseThis futuristic tiny home was designed by the team at dmvA Architects. Shaped like a massive egg, the home is completely mobile, and comes equipped with plenty of shelves for storage, shower, and even a sleeping area tucked away in the built-in shelving. There is a side door, skylight, and a garage-door inspired latch that opens up on one end of the Blob. >>>Details Here<<<

4) EAGLE POINT TINY HOUSE

Eagle-Point-Tiny-HouseBuilt to blend with the surrounding elements, this small cabin was designed by the team at Prentiss Architects. The home is located on San Juan Island, Washington, has been equipped with a green grass roof, and offers up some of the most breathtaking views the Pacific Northwest has to offer. >>>Details Here<<<

5) ECO-PERCH TINY TREE HOUSE

Eco-Perch-Tiny-Tree-House While the Eco-Perch is not exactly what comes to mind when we think of the term “tree house,” it’s still stunning never the less. The tiny home was built in just 5 days by the architecture firm Blue Forest. There is plenty of room to sleep up to 4 people thanks to the bed located in the living room, and a secluded bedroom in the opposite corner of the property. The Eco-Perch design is completely flexible, meaning you can literally set this thing up anywhere, even in a tree. >>>Details Here<<<

6) FLOATING WOODEN EXBURY EGG HOUSE

Floating-Wooden-Exbury-Egg-House Designed as a collaboration project between SPUD Group, PAD Studio and Stephen Turner, the Exbury Egg shelter is a tiny home that floats on water. Crafted using boat building techniques, this thing includes a small stove for cooking, shower, and a bed to sleep in. The best part is that all the electricity you will need is generated from solar power. >>>Details Here<<<

7) GARAGE CONVERTED TO 250 SQUARE FOOT TINY HOUSE

Garage-Converted-to-250-Square-Foot-Tiny-HouseMichelle de la Vega thought outside the box, transforming her garage into a tiny house. The 250 square foot space includes all of the essentials, and many of the furniture pieces were created using repurposed items – like the storage lockers. When the day is over, just climb the ladder to the loft sleeping quarters for a good night’s rest. >>>DetailsHere<<<

8) HAND BUILT TINY TACK HOUSE

Hand-Built-Tiny-Tack-House Couple Chris and Melissa invested just that (along with some elbow grease) to build this beautiful tiny home. The couple took 800 hours to build, and comes equipped with a kitchen, bathroom with shower, family room, and sleeping area spread across the 2-level living space. The 10 windows (includes skylight) make this space feel much larger than it is, and the wall-mounted iMac means you can always stay connected. >>>Details Here<<<

9) NIDO CABIN TINY HOUSE

Nido-Cabin-Tiny-HouseLocated in the middle of the Finland woods, this fully functional cabin measures in at just 100 square feet of living space. The getaway was built in just 2 weeks, and even includes an outdoor deck with 2 loungers to catch some rays, and a grill to cook up some burgers while enjoying the great outdoors. The giant angled window provides plenty of sunshine to enter the dwelling during the day, and amazing stargazing opportunities during the evening. >>>Details Here<<<

10) NOMAD MICRO HOME

Nomad-Micro-HomeFor about $30,000, you can order one of these 100 square feet homes, and have it shipped to you, anywhere in the world. The home has everything you need to live, and comes with solar panels, along with a rain collection system to ensure you can live off the grid. This is for the personout there that just wants to buy a tiny house, and have it shipped to wherever your heart desires. >>>Details Here<<<

11) PORTER COTTAGE TINY HOUSE

Porter-Cottage-Tiny-HouseSituated on a small island just off the coast of Maine, this east coast gem was built by Alex Scott Porter Design. The challenge with this home lies in the fact that the island is completely devoid of technology, which means Porter had to get creative. The off the grid home features a catchment system for water, solar panels for excess power, and a composite toilet. Talk about sustainability. >>>Details Here<<<

12) DIY TINY HOUSE

tiny-house212Macy Miller is an architect from Idaho. Even without experience in construction, she built her own paradise for two years and it’s movable too. The total cost of her Tiny House is just $11,000! >>>Details Here<<<

13) TINY NEW YORK CABIN IN THE WOODS

Tiny-New-York-Cabin-in-the-WoodsThe home was built from reclaimed wood, and measures in at 14×14 feet, this cabin was designed as a summer home for owner Scott Newkirk. The 2-level dwelling resides in Yulan, New York, and even offers up a stone constructed patio to really take in the views of the lush surrounding landscape. >>>Details Here<<<

14) TINY SLED BEACH HUT

Tiny-Sled-Beach-House-1This beach hut is located in Whangapoua. The hut was designed by the team at Crosson Clarke Carnachan, and thanks to its innovative build, it can literally be moved when erosion occurs. The hut is built upon 2 thick wooden slabs that allow the tiny home to be moved around much like a sled. The two-story dwelling features 2 bedrooms, a rooftop deck, and massive floor to ceiling glass doors that open up completely to the outside elements. When the weather gets a bit rough, or you have to move the home, you can batten down the hatchets to keep yourself safe. >>>Details Here<<<

15) TUMBLEWEED TINY HOUSE: EPU RESIDENCE

Tumbleweed-Tiny-House-EPU-ResidenceMeasuring in at 15 feet long by 8 feet wide, this little home on wheels comes equipped with everything you need from the kitchen and wet bath to the work desk and fireplace to help keep warm through the winter months. There’s even an option to add air conditioning if you so choose. Tumblewood Tiny House is the company who build this mobile house, they offer both ready-made and build-it-yourself homes, and the EPU Residence is one of the standout offerings from the bunch. >>>Details Here<<<

16) WORLD’S MOST NARROW HOUSE: KERET HOUSE

Worlds-Most-Narrow-House-Keret-House Sandwich by two large apartment buildings. That’s the Keret House. Jakub Szczesny, Centralia and Etgar Keret partnered to build the narrowest house measuring 92 cm in its narrowest point and 152 cm in its widest point. To create a place that can live and work but suitable for a one writer so he/she can focus on their work but would not stay long in such small place – definitely not for the claustrophobic. >>>Details Here<<<

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