This is a tiny cabin in Belize sent in to us from one of our awesome readers. He says Belize is tiny house heaven! There are three growing seasons and even during the non-growing season you can still use a shade cloth over your garden so you can grow your own food year round!
Would you move to Belize to live in a tiny house on your own little homestead?
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28 ft bumper pull. 2 lofts, composting toilet, water heater, solar system with back up fuel-less generator, 33″ apron sink, tons of storage and enough counter space for the whole family to sit down and eat. The kids have a split loft that includes a TV and desk on each side for each child.
This 500 sq. ft. tiny cottage was once an old school house that was originally built in the early 1900s. According to Small Spaces Addiction it’s located in Bremen, Maine and was recently sold. Please enjoy and re-share. Thank you!
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Hills Two One is a freehold condominium located at 21 Hillview Terrace, nestled in Bukit Batok’s greenery. This development encompasses 71 units over a site area of 2617.50 sqm and aims to give you the best of modern living amidst nature.
Complete with an attic, this nature integrated condominium has facilities catered to occupy its residents like the swimming pool, bbq pit, yoga corner or pool deck.
Located less than 2km away from Bukit Gombak MRT and Bukit Batok MRT, situated on the North South Line, heading towards the city will only take 30 minutes to get to via the East West Line after a swift train transfer at Jurong East MRT. (Bukit Gombak, 2 stops away & Bukit Batok, 1 stop away)
For those who prefer to take the bus, a 2 minutes walk will take you to the nearest bus stop called ‘The Petals Condo’ where bus services 173, 176, 963 and 970 are available.
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The Lobster Pod was created not so much for tiny living but instead for people who work at home and want a backyard studio/office. It was also created for camping and vacation experiences. But even though it wasn’t intended for tiny living, it can definitely be used for it if one wanted to, right? How would you customize this little lobster pod to make it the perfect little house for yourself?
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Getting organized makes life so much easier, no matter what size your home is. When living in small spaces organizing becomes a priority. To thoroughly enjoy every inch of your tiny home you are going to have to clean up. These organizing tips will help you tidy up fast.
1. Use storage furniture.
This seems like a no-brainer but it is very important to remember this when you have limited space. Furniture with storage built in is a must. Always look for multiple functioning pieces that have drawers, shelfs or dividers. This will help reduce visual clutter.
Use clear bins to hold shoes, belts, scarves, etc. Add labels to the boxes for extra storage so you can remember what put in it by labeling it. Keep all clothes either hanging or in drawers but in most cases, you want it out of sight.
If you no longer use or have a need for any item in your home including clothing get rid of it! Give it away, donate it, sell it, recycle it, or throw it away if you have to. Only keep what you really really like and use.
Architect Nicholas Gurney did something very creative in this small apartment to make better use of the limited space. One piece of furniture serves as an entertainment center with storage, bedroom, and even office. And there are even bookshelves and drawers too. How would you like to have something like this in your small space?
This amazing micro cabin treehouse is located in Tregaminion, St. Keverne, England, United Kingdom. It’s set in an ash tree with incredible views of the countryside and the sea. It’s right by Falmouth Bay so I’m sure there are some incredible sunsets.
The treehouse itself has a double bed, seating area, micro kitchen, and bathroom with composting toilet. Access to the cabin is via a wooden staircase.
A Treehouse Poem
A tree house, a free house,
A secret you and me house,
A high up in the leafy branches
Cozy as can be house.
A street house, a neat house,
Be sure and wipe your feet house
Is not my kind of house at all-
Let’s go live in a tree house.
This piece of furniture is designed by Ines Kaag and Desiree Heiss of BLESS. It’s called the Workbed because it’s a desk that can be flipped over and used as a bed as well. So it’s perfect if you work from home and are short on space or you have an extra room or space in your home that you want to use as an office and guest room. I also thought it could work pretty well in some tiny houses or at least in a small cabin, cottage, studio, or apartment.
“The mantra for the 21st century is to do more with less, and many building pioneers are exploring how to repurpose material to construct homes. A new example can be seen at a marina in Belfast, where Brooklin boatbuilder Steve White has parked his new houseboat, constructed from shipping containers.” (source)
According to one of our awesome readers, Robert F., Steve White (the builder) is the son of Joel White who was known as one of the best boat designers. Joel’s father was author E.B. White (Charlotte’s Web). Interesting, right?!
“This single axle, 25 ft. Manor is a rare Spartan model (Beatrice). She is a great rescue, in need of restoration. She has two new 8 ply tires and rims, with repacked bearings. The tail lights work. The extended hitch is solid; she is ready to be pulled anywhere.” (source)
These bunk beds are really expensive at about $3,800 USD but I thought the idea is pretty interesting for a tiny house. And if you ever have kids over they’ve got a place to sleep. It can use some side rails up top though, that’s for sure. But besides that I thought it was pretty cool. What do you think? See how it works below, too:
The dimensions are 39″ wide and 87″ tall. When it’s closed it’s 24″ in depth. When the beds are out it extends out a 89″. More info here.
“The one-room light-filled studio is perfect for a single or couple. It has a comfortable full-sized bed with nice linens, a small table and chairs, coat and luggage racks (there is no closet), and a place to sit and read while you enjoy complimentary tea and coffee. Whatever season you are visiting Portland in, you will find the studio to be quite comfortable.” (source)