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My Tiny House Inspirations

I would love to build a tiny house. These are things I come across on the internet that inspire me to dream tiny.
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Oh my. Steampunky industrial gorgeousness!

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Perfect for a nautical bathroom... with maybe a porthole window?

Circa 1900 Steamliner Flushmount

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The HemLoft - a beautiful egg-shaped treehouse | Heidi and Joel Allen

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Cricket Trailer

The Cricket Pop-Up Trailer | Man Made DIY | Crafts for Men | Keywords: outdoor, camping, trailer, design

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3 easy DIY greenhouses for under $300

3 easy diy green houses

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Super sweet. :)

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Fish scale tile. So gorgeous!

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Loring. #tinyhouse #tumbleweed #art

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So much green! Tiny places can always have a productive garden, even if it's just herbs in pots on a windowsill.

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Porches take up much-needed space in tiny houses, but one with a hammock is required in my daydream home. A stunning view like this wouldn't go amiss, either!

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When I was in New York in 2010, I saw an exhibit at MoMA called "Small Scale, Big Change" on humanitarian and sustainable architecture. I love the roof on this primary school in Gando, Burkina Faso.

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A real-life Hobbit hole in Wales! Built with natural materials such as stone, straw bales, mud, and oak branches, this beautiful house is built into the hillside and has a green roof, solar panels, and composting toilet.

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Container houses are so cool! I can just imagine deciding to move, sealing it up, and sending it to the other side of the world. This is a "cargotecture" house made from a recycled 24’ cargo container by Hybrid Architecture.

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A "pocket neighborhood:" eight small cottages on land meant for 4 houses, surrounding a lawn Commons. Third Street Cottages Langley, Washington; Ross Chapin Architects.

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Dining alcove, Lizzie Cottage Ross Chapin Architects.

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House on wheels with dormers—maybe enough headroom for a sleeping loft!

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Acid-Stained Concrete Floor: "The floor was scored while the concrete was still wet. After curing for at least 30 days, special acids were used to stain the concrete to the patina pictured above. The score lines were then grouted and the floor was sealed with wax."

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A blue door. Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. © Jörg Dauerer

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