The tiny house movement is an architectural description for having a simple life in small, tiny homes. This movement promotes financial prudence, eco-friendly choices, less consumerism and a simpler mindset. Tiny living has been going on for years now and it’s only growing stronger. Here you’ll see the TOP 5 excellent examples for tiny, comfortable and minimal lifestyles.
Tiny Home in South Australia
Constructed by CABN Company, this comfy tiny cabin is located on 180 acres in the Adelaide Hills, it’s off-grid, self-sustaining, and built from local materials.
Mid-century Cabin at California’s Sea Ranch
This cabin was originally built in 1968 to promote how a simple design can produce a comfortable, affordable home. It’s located in the Redwood Forest of the famed Sea Ranch community along Sonoma, California.
Into the Wild by Ark Shelter
Into the Wild is a Cabin project constructed as a way to reconnect with nature. It’s a shelter designed as an escape from stress, city noise and heavy duties.
Cottage in Saint-Siméon
This beautiful cottage built on the banks of the St. Lawrence River in Saint-Siméon, other than being a gorgeous and comfy tiny home, it has recently been used as a scientific spot for expeditions due to its environmental riches.
Millennial Tiny House
New Zealand’s Build Tiny “Millennial Tiny House” boasts some great space-saving ideas. Its interior includes a retractable staircase, underfloor storage, and a home office. It’s based on a double-axle trailer and measures 7.2 x 2.4 m (23 x 7.8 ft).