540 sqft - LINK
Post by Sharon
A fun project on a plot of land in the backyard. Tiny homes are the rage for young folks and retirees who want to put their home where they have the best view and lead a simplified life. But, tiny homes are so much more than a potential abode.
Here's some ideas -
In your backyard, one could be a future easy to maintain home in your older years with the ability to rent out the main house.
How about a she shed? A little plant-filled getaway for a woman who has had to share a bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen, a living room, and really needs a retreat.
A tiny home in the yard can also be a great place for guests or in-laws' suite. They can have some privacy (and you too).
A tiny home is a great idea for a possible pool cabana, a changing room, a place to shower.
A tiny home can be a home office for those who work from home or possibly have an online shop so the home isn't cluttered with boxes and inventory.
A tiny home can be a place to put the college kid so there is independence and yet no bills so he/she can focus on grades.
A tiny home can be an artist's studio.
A tiny home can be a media room.
A tiny home can be a hunting/fishing cabin.
A tiny home could be a grandkids' dream play house.
With a great plot of land, a tiny house can be an amazing getaway cabin!
As you can see, the possibilities are endless. Here's just some cool finds on Amazon.
What a fun project for a couple to test their skills together and make something their own - decorating it as they wish, and making it totally their own.
This container house would be ideal
for an artist!
at 1376 sqft, this is a dream cabin!
This little one is an ideal garden house
Imagine a summertime nap inside
This one begs to be a summer home
on a sweet piece of land.
artist or gardener? This is a dream!
It's tiny, but it comes with off-grid technology
This one is fire resistant
Here's your fishing/hunting cabin
This container house has solar energy!
at 1400 sqft, it might be time to get a
large private lot and build this one for your home!
Tiny homes fill a lot of needs to simplify, to retreat, to accommodate.