Explore Six Amazing Tiny Houses: See Inside and Out

I have a fun blog post for you today! Get ready to enjoy exploring six amazing tiny houses where you can see both the outside and inside of each home. Much to my delight, I found several more of these smaller homes that I’ll share in the future. Take a look and in the comments, let me know which tiny home is your favorite. (Click on any of the photos to view more of the home.)

Modern Country Tiny Home

Up first is a bit of a modern country tiny home with a large window for enjoying the surrounding views. Inside is a cheerful living room with a cozy wood-burning stove. The kitchen area is located on the other side of the stove. The expanse of windows keeps the home light and uplifting. I’d love to read a novel or look through magazines on the buffalo-checked daybed.

rustic tiny housePhoto by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop


tiny houses - interiorsPhoto by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop


tiny house kitchenPhoto by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop


Modern Rustic Small House

Next is a small house that looks modern on the inside, but is filled with cozy rustic interior spaces. The wraparound deck provides several vantage points for enjoying nature. Flagstone steps create paths to the fire pit for outdoor evening gatherings. Inside, a stone fireplace awaits in front of a rusty boucle sofa. Wood planked walls and flooring create a cabin vibe.

small house with fire pitPhoto by Lands End Development – Designers & Builders


rustic tiny house interiorPhoto by Lands End Development – Designers & Builders



Small Southern Shotgun House

The romance and nostalgia of a shotgun house is hard to resist. This pink beauty comes with charming gingerbread trim and shutters on the exterior. Inside, high ceilings and rich wood floors greet you. A pair of double doors are curtained but could be left undressed to let the sun in. 

small shotgun housePhoto by Reform Inc.


shot gun house living roomPhoto by Reform Inc.


Light and Airy A-Frame Cabin

A shingled roof adorns a cute little a-frame tiny house at the end of a stone pathway. The front of the a-frame is almost all windows, making way for a light and cheery interior. The walls are painted white while a blue sectional, which is as big as it can possibly be, provides optimal seating in the small space. Earlier this week, I shared a tour of a cozy a-frame cabin. So far, are you having difficulty choosing a favorite among this collection of amazing tiny houses?

a frame tiny housesPhoto by McCraw Design & Development


a frame home living roomPhoto by McCraw Design & Development


Tipsy the Tiny House

Say hello to Tipsy the Tiny House! I love that the owners carved the name of this sweet charmer at the top of the steps. This is truly a tiny house that packs amazing organization and functional living into a small space, all wrapped in the warm embrace of wood.

Tipsy the tiny housePhoto by Koontz Architects PLLC


Tipsy the tiny housePhoto by Koontz Architects PLLC


The Traveling Tiny House

This tiny home gets around! It belongs to a Hollywood actor (although I don’t know who) and provides a place for the actor to get away from it all and live off-grid. Decorated in a farmhouse vibe, it would be easy to live in this fully functional tiny home for extended periods of time.

tiny house trailerPhoto by Tru Form Tiny


amazing tiny housesPhoto by Tru Form Tiny


So what do you think? Which one of these amazing tiny houses would you most likely want to stay in?


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  1. These homes are amazing, I used to watch HGTV or a few other channels that featured tiny homes. Those designs were nothing like these, these homes look like you can actually move around in, and not have to climb too steep stairs.I’m torn between the first two and the A-frame. All are inviting, and yes they are located on beautiful property……

  2. What cute little houses! Everyone has something of their own, their own special atmosphere and it’s so cool! In fact, living in a megalopolis on a permanent basis, I dream about this. Something that is surrounded by nature and where you can just breathe. It has always been important for me, but unfortunately now I have to live in a big city because of work, but I have been thinking about buying a solid house for a long time so as not to return to the stone jungle anymore. It remains to save up, and then I will be able to afford such a house!