In a time when the U.S. home size averages to roughly 2,000 square feet - which is 4 times the international average - I love seeing the development of these tiny homes which are sustainably built. They are absolutely beautiful, well designed and are proof that the right design and efficient living makes all the difference. We try to live under that philosophy - keeping our ownership of "stuff" to a minimum when we can and using our vertical space to take advantage of every inch of space our home has to offer - but for a couple of book lovers, sentimentalists and my fascination with furniture we aren't always successful.
These homes by Tumblweed Tiny House Company range in size from 65 square feet to 874 square feet. The B-53 and the Whidbey are two of my favorites for the larger sized options.
|B-53 - 3 bedroom home with 874 sq. ft. Estimated cost to build: $58,000|