There’s no denying that there has been a sharp increase in tiny house demand. They seem to be popping up everywhere, and people are falling in love with both the aesthetics and functionality. But, can you really see yourself in one full time? How do you know without first trying?
Before you start on your own tiny home building adventure, it might be time to rent a tiny house. You can then know with 100 percent certainty whether such a lifestyle works for you!
Ideal for up to four guests, it’s a two-bedroom, 28 square-meter flat on wheels. It’s contemporary, features an eight square-meter loft with two loft beds, and has 20 square meters of livable space. It even offers a full-sized bathroom, lounge, hall, dining and living room, and master bedroom.
All parts of the home are made with space-saving concepts in mind. The dinner table folds down, and the house itself is on wheels for transportation.
This tiny home is within 15 meters of the host’s home in a small village and is a concept house for testing purposes. Learn more here
Eco-Friendly Tiny House – Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, USA
This tiny house is nestled amid three acres of land on the stunning Kailua-Kona Island in Hawaii, USA.
It’s just seven minutes from the beach, forests, and botanical landscapes, and sits alongside two other houses on the property.
The contemporary styling works beautifully with the island theme, and the bed is easily accessible up a ladder into the loft area. There is also enough sleeping space for up to five guests, with three beds in total.
The open plan living area, communal barbeque, and bonfire, and indoor-outdoor flow make this tiny house one you’ll adore. Learn more here
Wallace Falls Tiny House – Gold Bar, Washington, USA
If you weren’t sure whether tiny houses were for you, then this beauty in Gold Bar, Washington, is surely proof of the supposed impossible. With room for three people plus the family pets, there’s a lot to love.
It boasts proximity to the mountains, a full kitchen, projector TV, shower, and composting toilet. There is also a sleeping loft, private patio, washer-dryer, and storage galore. Enjoy the relaxing living area during the day with a bit of TV watching, then retreat to the bedroom sanctuary upstairs at night.
The indoor-outdoor flow is exceptional, as is the farmhouse-style décor, which is the icing on the cake. Learn more here
Sunny Ballard Tiny House – Seattle, Washington, USA
If you want a genuine experience of tiny home living, then this beautiful 310 square-foot abode in Seattle, Washington, can deliver. In a quiet neighborhood and sharing the yard with the homeowners, it’s a lovely, warm, and welcoming environment.
It boasts contemporary charm, plenty of space to cook and dine, and a vaulted ceiling with skylights for a feeling of space and airiness. There is also a ladder-accessible loft with a double bed, as well as a convertible bed in the nook area.
This tiny home offers a ¾ bath, large shower, and a gas fire to take the chill out of the air.
You can also get to know the homeowner while spending time with their dog in the yard! Learn more here
Tiny house in the vineyards – Penedes, near Barcelona, Spain
This tiny house on wheels features mostly reclaimed wood and offers beautiful views to nature outside. It also comfortably sleeps two with a sleeping loft and a full-size futon downstairs. Once you’re up and about for the day, you can then make use of the single-burner cooktop, fresh well water, and the fridge with ice packs. Remain toasty and warm thanks to the wood stove.
This tiny home offers everything you need to live off the grid comfortably, with tourist destinations nearby. Take a trip to the spring-fed lake for kayaking, swimming, and more. Or, make your way to Vermont and Adirondacks not too far away. Learn more here
Tiny Home That Runs on Coffee – Nahant, Massachusetts, USA
That’s not all this tiny house has to offer either. Enjoy unlimited coffee, a chef’s kitchen, a coffee maker, a designer bathroom with spa tub, a king-size bed, snacks, WiFi, a cedar deck, AC and heat, and more. Learn more here
Tiny Getaway in Niagara – Lincoln, Ontario, Canada
This beautiful little abode is nestled in the heart of five acres of land, with beautiful bushland, orchards, and birdlife. Breakfast is included – with a fresh array of locally grown produce – and you’re also welcome to pick citrus from the orchard for personal consumption.
If you’re looking for holiday accommodation with a difference, then this tiny house made of repurposed and reclaimed materials in Sunshine Beach, Queensland, Australia, could be the answer. Not only can it offer a taste of tiny home living, but of beach life with its retro Hawaiian Boho surf theme.
This tiny house has featured in many magazines and for a good reason. It’s fully functional for holidaymakers and is in a private tropical garden with sunset mountain views. While it’s on the same property as the host, you have a secluded slice of paradise during your stay.
The sleeping area for two is within a loft accessible by a rolling ladder. Underneath is the kitchenette with an adjacent nautical-themed bathroom. There are also two dining areas – one inside and outside, as well as a skylight you can open. Learn more here
Tiny home with orchard views – Marlboro, New York, USA
The knotty wood stairs lead you down from the window-encompassed loft to the main living area of the home. Make use of the cozy kitchen then why not relax in the sunshine while you look out to farmland and beyond? This contemporary yet classic tiny house also offers outdoor entertainment in the form of a slate fire pit, as well as proximity to all life’s necessities. Learn more here
If you’re all about modern conveniences and stunning décor, then this tiny abode will tick all the boxes. It boasts a beautiful farmhouse charm, shiplap wrapping, and plenty of space for up to four guests. Looks can certainly be deceiving with this tiny home.
This fully-fenced tiny home with an outdoor entertainment area may be small, but it’s not without the necessities. It has a washer/dryer, high-speed internet, subscription TV services, and even appliances such as an iron and hairdryer. Learn more here
Tiny House in the trees – Durham, North Carolina, United States
Tell all your friends that you stayed at the only tiny home in Sandy, Oregon! This lovely abode is a mile from Highway 26 in Sandy’s city limits and has so much to offer the average holidaymaker. Enjoy seclusion and peace on a 23-acre site, as well as the proximity to Mt. Hood.