Click source link to see the dramatic transformation of an old garage into an impressive 250 square feet mini-home. While it would have been cheaper to demolish the structure, it is inspiring to see what a little work and imagination can do.
At 435 square feet, this is actually one of the relatively bigger homes featured on our list. It was originally designed as a weekend cottage, but could function as a office, studio or guest room as well.
If you are looking to vacation off-the-grid, this tiny house is available for rent. Built from salvaged materials, it takes its styling cues from the surrounding nature and is decorated with local artsts' creations.
We could not talk about tiny homes without mentioning Nomad, a local start-up that creates eco-conscious micro-homes that are 10'x10'. Aside from its efficient design solutions to maximize space, this home is also termite, moisture and fire resistant.
This 300 square feet home was designed to be a place of solace and quiet. Lined with pine board and treated only with a drying oil, there is a pleasant warm glow that makes this place seem extra homey.
Based in Whitehorse, Yukon, Leaf House builds little eco-friendly homes on wheels that can sleep up to four people. This particular house was built using recycled materials and is designed to withstand harsh Canadian winters.
To put that into perspective for you, this Ikea area rug is bigger than the entire house. This adorable little home was built by Dee Williams, a Washington resident who decided for a change of pace after being diagnosed with a potentially fatal heart condition.