18 Tiny Homes So Adorable You’ll Be Ready to Move in at First Sight

Got a hankering for the simple things or just a cozy spot to call your very own? Step into the tiny home scene, where keeping…

Got a hankering for the simple things or just a cozy spot to call your very own? Step into the tiny home scene, where keeping it small is a big deal and snug is the new spacious.

We’ve hunted high and low to bring you 18 of the cutest tiny homes out there. These little places are not just about looking good; they’re smart, too. Some are light enough to take on the road, others are ready to tuck away in the woods off-grid, and a few are like mini luxury mansions.

No matter what you’re looking to spend or your style, we’ve probably found something that’ll catch your eye. Let’s take a peek!

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1) K4.10 by Kithaus 

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Kithaus manufactures slick, modern modular homes that arrive packed flat and ready to become cozy living spaces. 

The K4.10 is a compact 191-square-foot marvel. It has everything: a little kitchen, a living room where you can fit a bed, a bathroom with a shower and toilet, insulation, and electricity. It’s built from dual-glazed low-e glass and hardwood, so it looks extra modern. 

Want to put it together yourself? You can assemble it DIY.

2) Backyard Bedroom by Custom Container Living 

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The Backyard Bedroom is a compact tiny home with studio living place and a bathroom. It’s surrounded by a deck and a shed roof, so you can lounge outside. It’s a simple space with room for a queen bed, a couch that turns into a bed, a Murphy bed, or bunk beds. It even comes with a bathroom with a shower stall.

Just so you know, there’s no kitchen. You’ll need to install one yourself.

3) Vista Boho Tiny Home 

Photo Credit: Escape Homes

Escape Homes nailed it with the Vista Boho, a charming tiny home that resembles a modern cabin in the woods. Inside it, there is a double bed, a big couch, a tiny kitchen, and a bathroom with a separate shower. They’re all tucked into a space that feels private yet open, thanks to the big windows. 

The Vista Boho comes with wheels and RV hookups, but it’s a bit hefty. It weighs  8,500 pounds, so you’ll need a decent truck to take this beauty on a spin.

4) Micro House 2.0 by Minim 

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Minim’s Micro House 2.0 is an award-winner for a reason. It features a huge room with no walls to maximize space. There’s a giant (10-foot) kitchen where you can cook up a storm, a long couch, lots of storage shelves, and a full-sized projection screen for movie nights.  

Rather than having a loft, like most tiny homes, the Micro House 2.0 has a pull-out bed, so you won’t need to climb stairs at night.

5) Keepsake by Tiny Heirloom

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This farmhouse-style tiny gem is a looker. The Keepsake is 13 feet 6 inches tall and 20 feet long. It comes with stairs with built-in storage, including a spot big enough for a washer/dryer. 

On top of the staircase, there’s loft that can acts as a lounge or an extra bedroom. Downstairs, there’s a master bedroom, a kitchen, and a bathroom with a shower. 

This model was featured on HGTV’s Tiny Luxury; it was originally called the “Apothecary.”

6) Light-Haus by Wheelhaus 

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Dream of living in a cabin in the woods? The Light-Haus is a portable cabin on wheels. It can sleep four adults comfortably and comes with a massive patio (100 square feet!) where you can relax. Inside, there’s enough room for two beds or a bed and a large L-shaped sofa, a dining table, a full-sized kitchen, and more. The Light-Haus package doesn’t include any furniture, so you can fully customize the interior.

If you need more room, Wheelhaus has created a module consisting of two Light-Haus structures joined in the middle.

7) Journey by Tiny Heirloom

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The Journey is a sleek, two-story tiny home with a Scandi twist. The exterior features lap siding, shingles, and modified wood. Inside, it’s furnished with Ikea-style furniture.

Downstairs, there are a spacious kitchen, a living area, a drop-down table, a space-efficient bathroom, and a deck. Upstairs, there’s a queen bed in the loft. This impressive tiny home comes with energy-efficient appliances already installed.

8) The Sycamore by Mustard Seed 

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The Sycamore has that classic American home vibe while retaining the flat roof typical of a shed. It features a welcoming front porch, a full kitchen, a living room with a fireplace, and one and a half baths. Upstairs, there’s a big double loft where you’ll find two bedrooms, which makes it an ideal tiny home for small families.

The Sycamore is furnished in a modern classic style and features over 20 windows – it’s super bright inside. It’s available as a Park Model or a Modular Tiny Home.

9) Monterey by Freedom Homes  

Photo from Molly McNown

The Monterey is a 24 foot-long tiny house that lives large. It features a living area with a couch and flat TV, an extra-long kitchen, a big loft bedroom, and a bathroom with an enclosed shower.

This tiny home comes with modern furniture, modern appliances, heating, and AC. If you love the idea of living tiny but you’re a sucker for luxury, the Monterey is the perfect choice. The interior looks like a feature in an interior design magazine.

10) Acorn 

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The Acorn is tiny but mighty, with just 90 square feet of cleverly designed interior space. The adorable mini front porch adds an extra 26 square feet of living space. Being very light, it’s easy to tow, making it perfect for people who don’t feel like settling down. 

Speaking of taking this little beauty on the road… This tiny home comes with an integrated vacuum system that reaches all corners of the house, which makes it easier to keep the space tidy while you’re on the go. 

Inside the Acorn there are a living area, kitchen, and bathroom. 

11) Firefly by Core Housing Solutions

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The Firefly is 25 feet long and weighs just 5,500 pounds. That’s no small feat – Core Housing Solutions built it out of innovative materials, like NASA-engineered metal SIP panels, which is stronger, pound for pound, than reinforced concrete!

The Firefly is one story, so the bedroom is downstairs, but it’s a separate room. It also features a flush toilet and electric appliances. If you need more storage space you can upgrade to an under-bed walk-in closet.

12) Quaint Cottage 

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Would you rather get a tiny home that feels more like a traditional house? At 12 feet wide, the Quaint Cottage offers 156 square feet of living space and a covered front porch. It’s a certified modular home on wheels. It has that classic board and batten look, some gable windows, and whitewashed shiplap – too cute.

Inside there’s no furniture, so you’ll need to get creative and design the perfect floor plan for you. It comes with electrical and plumbing fixtures, though.

13) Tiny Victorian 

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The Tiny Victorian by Pacifica Tiny Homes is a nod to those classic San Francisco Bay Area homes. Colorful and cheerful, it’s a little slice of Victorian charm on wheels. This tiny home is RV-certified and comes fully furnished with a living room, bathroom, loft bedroom, and kitchen. 

It comes in five sizes – 211 square feet, 228 square feet, 261 square feet, 278 square feet, and 311 square feet.

14) Boulder 16’ 

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The Boulder 16’ is one of the original Rocky Mountain Tiny House creations from 2015. The owner lived in it full-time for a while and then turned it into a very successful Airbnb rental. It’s an artistic, yet practical pad.

It features a small kitchen, an enclosed bathroom with a composting toilet, and a loft bedroom. Even though it’s small, it has everything you need. 

15) Kanga Kwik Room 

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Kanga Room Systems makes high-quality DIY backyard tiny houses, sheds, and cottages. The Kanga Kwik Room looks extra charming with its lap siding, tiny front porch, and pine tongue & groove ceiling.

There’s no furniture inside, so you’ll need to kit it out yourself. You can assemble the Kanga Kwik Room DIY or, if you’re based in Texas, request a turnkey installation. Options include electrical hook-ups, floor and ceiling insulation, front porch cover, lighting, heat and cool wall unit, and more.

16) The Portland Series by Studio Shed

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The Portland Series is a modem-looking studio shed that can be kitted out easily to be a tiny home. It’s built out of FSC-certified lumber, mixed-source recycled metal and materials and meets building codes throughout the US. It looks like a modern cabin in the woods. You can use it as an off-the-grid tiny home or cabin, as well as a backyard studio.

You can add steps and a huge deck to go around the Portland Series, making it even more majestic.

17) Thoreau Off-Grid Tiny House on Wheels 

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Meet the Thoreau, a 28-foot off-grid-ready rustic cabin on wheels. Manufactured by the folks at Indigo River Tiny Homes, the design is inspired by the king of simple living, Henry David Thoreau. This little beauty is packed with top-notch utilities and smart, eco-friendly gadgets, like an apartment-size refrigerator and a built-in microwave. 

Inside, there are a big couch, a generous kitchen, a king-size bed, and an enclosed bathroom. Up on the roof there’s a solar panel array with nine panels, while a handy outdoor compartment keeps the lithium batteries and inverters all tidy. The system can keep the lights on and the water warm for days, even when the sun’s playing hide and seek. 

Enjoy the comforts of modern life thanks to the tankless water heater, the 50-gallon water tank, the 250-gallon rain barrel, and a nifty filtration system. 

18) McKenzie 

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Got a thirst for adventure? Then you’ve got to check out the McKenzie – an off-grid tiny home bulit by Wood Iron Tiny Homes.

The McKenzie stands out with its epic paint job of a turquoise river winding through mountains. The design’s smart, with a curved aerodynamic metal roof. Tucked away in this adventure-ready rig, you’ll find portable solar panels, a couple of heavy-duty batteries, and the brains of the operation, the inverter. 

There’s also a neat little utility closet outside that’s home to propane tanks for your cooking needs and a freshwater tank big enough to keep you hydrated out in the wilderness. Plus, the standard greywater tank means you can park this baby just about anywhere without leaving a trace.

Inside, there’s a kitchen, a table with stools, and a platform bed with storage underneath. 

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