Headed to Australia? If you have an inkling for quiet, off-grid living, check out this home located in Mansfield. Never too Small takes us inside this tiny home, which is built from two shipping containers, each with a kitchen, bath, and sleep quarters. The main unit has a wall that folds down to reveal a deck and a fireplace.
Awesome Tiny Homes
There’s something so comforting about staying in a tiny house. Everything just seems more manageable. Latvian firm Brette Haus shows of their design for a prefabricated house that arrives partially assembled, then unfolds from its box shape to reveal its structure. Prices for the homes start at €22000 (~$26,700 USD).
Taos, New Mexico is known for its galleries, museums, and high-desert scenery. Located 10 miles from town, the Gypsy Rose Vardo is a cozy, 100 sq.ft. cabin that looks out over the brush and, and provides nearby access to Manby Hot Springs. The tiny house has a queen-size bed, a small kitchen, and nearby bathroom access.
Escape from the world in this off-grid tiny house, located in the woods of Fall Creek, Wisconsin, just 10 minutes from Big Falls County Park. It offers a cozy getaway for two adults, with a queen-size bed, a kitchen with an electric stove, sink, and mini-fridge, and a bathroom with an electric toilet and high-efficiency shower.
We’re pretty sure The Beatles envisioned a much larger ship when they proclaimed “We all live in a yellow submarine.” But as Living Big in a Tiny House shows us, you don’t even need to live beneath the waves to dwell in such a golden vessel. If you happen to be visiting New Zealand, you can even stay there.