From incredible rustic cottages to clever loft spaces, living in one of these most beautiful tiny homes is a fun and economical way to live lavishly!
Let's Explore The Most Beautiful Tiny Homes
One look at some of the most beautiful tiny homes can easily show that the tiny house trend is more than just fancy mobile homes. Gone are the days of long, uninspiring rectangular trailers with poor use of space. There are now endless possibilities when it comes to designing and decorating a tiny home and a plethora of clever ways to keep the interior organized for optimum use of space. For those who want to live in a lavish home on an incredible property but prefer the simplicity of a downsized life, tiny homes like these are the perfect option.
1. Compact yet ultra-luxurious
Living in a tiny house does not mean that you can't have some very big ideas when it comes to building the perfect tiny abode. The first thing you notice when seeing this geometrically pleasing tiny house from Wisconsin company Utopian Villas is how surprisingly large it seems. Luxury abounds in this well-designed home with high-end appliances, a full kitchen and bathroom, an electric fireplace, and even a spiral staircase that leads to a cozy upstairs deck. Outdoor spaces are plentiful in this Utopian Villa with two main floor porches along with the upstairs deck, multiple roof lines, and an assortment of exterior textures to keep things interesting.
The 400 square feet in this home are used very well, which is evident when you first see the cleverly designed kitchen. This kitchen rivals those found in the most luxurious apartments, with a fantastic wrapping peninsula from the main counter top that doubles as extra food prep room and an eating area. The stylish interior continues with two comfortable bedrooms. One sleeping space is above the kitchen and bathroom and has an open-air feel, with bars separating the bed from the rest of the home. The second sleeping space is a master bedroom that sits right off the back deck of the home. The décor is modern and elegant, and it can be customized to fit many styles. It also makes the most of the available space by offering ample in-floor storage. An indoor/outdoor audio system and circulating cooling and heating will ensure your home feels as luxurious as its larger counterparts. Being named one of the most beautiful tiny homes is a worthy title for this luxurious and spacious tiny residence.
2. Tiny floating oasis
If you can't find the perfect lakefront property to build a house on, you can just float your tiny home on the water like this Maine couple! This sweet floating home is made mostly of shiplap that floats on styrofoam and pontoons. It even has a deck for grilling and superb lake views from all sides.
3. More windows for maximum light
Made of salvaged wood with a wall of perfectly put together recycled windows, this little bungalow built in Massachusetts by Deek Diedricksen is the perfect example of a family getaway to the woods. There's even a small stream running below this tiny home that can be seen from a see-through panel in the floor as you walk in!
4. Room for the whole family
The beauty of this tiny home in Indiana is in its great use of space. The dining table folds out to fit a whole family of four, and the sink can be covered for more counter space. The upstairs is just as functional and livable, with two lofted sleeping spaces that are connected with a plexiglass walkway. The colorful exterior and unique roof are wonderful additions to the charm of this house.
5. New life for this old tree house
There are no right angles to be seen in the construction of this Nashville tiny house. The owners remodeled this dilapidated tree house into a tiny home for guests to enjoy. This shabby chic home with cozy interior design, full-sized bed and a quirky writing nook has made this one of the most beautiful tiny homes.
6. Spinning beauty
You can make great use of the changing seasons and sunny weather with PATH Architecture's tiny house that has the ability to rotate! Spinning the tiny home is easily done by hand, allowing 359 degrees of views from the main window-filled wall. The two-story home has a spacious bedroom encompassing the second floor. This Portland home's unique spinning ability allows you to have the best views and climate all year round.
7. Charming mobile oasis
Fitted with a full-sized bathtub, full kitchen and dishwasher, this tiny home by New Frontier Tiny Homes in Tennessee also has a pop-out deck feature for even more room to stretch your legs. As seen on an episode of HGTV's Tiny House, Big Living, the interior is impeccably decorated with a natural style. There is even room to have a dinner party of eight guests at a table that can be pulled out from underneath the kitchen.
8. Rustic New Zealand charmer
Tiny homes are a great place to relax and unwind without the clutter and excess of large home living. This tiny home in an old mining town in New Zealand has all the essentials of a large home and is decorated in the style of pioneer times. With gas-heated water, space for four people to sleep and a river nearby, this is the perfect spot to enjoy an unplugged lifestyle.
9. Hobbit living
A tiny house doesn't need to be mobile to be considered small. This residence is the perfect example in the form of a seemingly underground hobbit home. Made from a prefabricated shell, these homes are covered in grass and flowers, allowing the inhabitants to live in nature. The company that makes these shells can transport them worldwide. There is even a suitable solution for colder climates with shells that can withstand major snowfall.
10. One of the roomiest and most beautiful tiny homes
This eco-conscious floating abode made by design company Friday in Portugal can be moved to any body of water to be in the best location for water activities and beautiful scenery. The home can go from being a roomy studio to a cozy three-bedroom abode and has solar panels that keep it modern and economical. There are sweeping views of your surroundings from every seat in the house thanks to the multitude of windows.