The Coolest Tiny Home in Every State
Incredible tiny homes are all over the country. Check out the coolest tiny home in each state and the awesome features each one includes.
This tiny home from AL Tiny Homes is the Freedom model and comes with sleek white interior. It features plenty of storage and room to walk around. The Freedom model is available beginning at $63,000. h
This tiny home for sale in Alaska is a 2013 Tumbleweed Cypress model that measures 20 feet long, 8 feet wide and 13 feet tall. It includes a knotty pine interior and a cork floor. For more petite abodes, don’t miss these 15 incredible tiny homes you can buy right now.
The big windows throughout this tiny home in Arizona provide plenty of natural light for a tiny house owner. It also has 84 square feet of loft space in the 208-square foot home. The loft has enough room for two queen-size beds. But first, make sure you know the 12 things to consider before settling into a tiny home.
This Arkansas tiny home looks unusual from the exterior but inside the 8×20 home is 220 square feet with two separate loft areas. It features a distressed look inside and the reason for the unusual exterior is that it includes a folding deck.
Leave it to California to have an elegant tiny home for sale. This tiny home is made from an old shipping container. It includes a rooftop deck to enjoy the gorgeous Californian sunsets. It’s available for $69,000 and can be shipped. Find out about another unique design when you take a look inside this tiny home.
Dubbed the “unfoldable house,” this tiny house was featured on HGTV’s Tiny House Big Living. The interior is just as stunning.
This tiny home in Connecticut borrows from an A-frame design a bit. It’s a 190-square foot home listed for $70,000. If you’re working in small spaces, check out these solutions for storage.
Utopian Villas in Delaware has created this tiny home model called “The Centipede” because it is 100 square feet. The vaulted ceilings will make it feel larger than its 100 square feet, and the hinged deck will give dwellers some additional room to spread out.
Tiny house builders can rely on a variety of materials, and this Florida tiny home incorporates windows from a Boeing airplane. The 8-foot-6 wide, 20-foot long, 13-foot-10 tall tiny home also has a skylight to view those airplanes flying by.
Sip on some sweet iced tea from your porch in this tiny home in Georgia. It’s a little roomier than the typical tiny home with 500 square feet of space inside. If you think about a tiny home as a way to save on expenses, take a look at ways to reduce your homeowner’s insurance costs.
Yup, there are even tiny houses in Hawaii. This one features two lofts, each of which can fit a king-size bed. It’s on wheels as well.
This tiny home, called “The Black Pearl” was built in 2017 and features some unusual secret hiding places. Check out crazy hiding places around the home you’ve never considered, like a vacuum cleaner.
This tiny home in Illinois utilizes energy-efficient items like LED lights and natural light.
In Indiana, this tiny home has a sharp interior design from its sliding ladder to the lofted bedroom and gorgeous kitchen countertop.
A beautiful sliding glass door can lead to a fold-out 8-foot by 7-foot deck with this tiny home in Iowa. Inside there is a quartz countertop and custom barn board floating shelves.
The tile work of this tiny home is Kansas is immaculate in the bathroom and the kitchen backsplash. It makes for a luxurious living space.
You won’t believe what this tiny house used to be prior to renovation. The adventurer will love living in these old caboose train cars that have 330 square feet of living space.
This Louisiana tiny house is Louisiana in a lot of ways. From the cypress wood to the antique New Orleans corbel brackets, this tiny home was made from recycled material.
This tiny Maine home doesn’t feel tiny at all with a 16-foot tall ceiling. It’s also big on design work through its custom-made craftsmanship. It’s just like a cabin in central Maine.
A perfect pine tiny home in Maryland has an authentic rustic feel, despite being just four years old.
B & B Micro Manufacturing has created a tiny house that is closer to a high-end RV than a tiny home. This model, “The Arcadia,” includes three skylights and a reclaimed barn wood ceiling.
This Michigan tiny house has a modern rustic feel with a cedar exterior and a knotty pine interior.
This dual lofted tiny home in Minnesota has about 330 square feet with the lofts. Also included is a custom wall garden with an irrigation system, grow lights, and a waterfall.
A screened porch and 500 square feet make this tiny home a rustic-looking luxury tiny home. It also comes with a $45,000 price tag.
This geodesic tiny home is built to withstand almost any kind of weather event. The 14-foot wide, 9-foot tall tiny home, built with fiberglass reinforced plastic, can withstand hurricane force winds and 30 feet of snowfall pressure.
Go green with this solar-powered tiny home. It has four, 250-watt solar panels to power the cedar-sided home. Inside there are granite countertops, a wood stove, two lofts and an additional bedroom. See how much solar power can save a home in energy costs.
Tiny house enthusiasts often turn to old school busses to construct their abode, like this one in Nebraska. Once inside it hardly looks like a school bus with wood floors, a wood stove, and a great looking wood table.
Living in a shipping container in Nevada sounds like the story of someone who lost a really bad bet. With 160 square feet and gorgeous wood decor, it will feel like you won the lottery.
Get going on the road with this tiny home in New Hampshire. The 270-square foot tiny home includes a loft space.
New Jersey Tiny Houses has its “Cassie” model available for $39,900. It’s a 238-square-foot home equipped for smart devices with Bluetooth streaming, Bluetooth-controlled lighting and a digitally controlled water heater.
It might look like an hunter’s outpost, but this New Mexico tiny home has some character. It includes a porch and a bright interior. It’s fully solar with energy efficient LED lights.
This tiny house in New York stands tall with its interesting design. It’s an off-the-grid, 450-square foot tiny home that sits just outside a state park. It includes a deck in the front of the house and in the back.
Wishbone Tiny Homes has a tiny home that separates parts of the house so there is a sense of privacy. The 350-square foot home expands to 750-square feet with the loft and porch.
The intricate window work of this North Dakota tiny home make it great for bird watching or checking out other wildlife. The vaulted ceilings give it a roomier feel than its 399 square feet and the porch gives it additional space.
The Ravenlore tiny home is something out of a fairy tale with its striking purple exterior and pastel trim colors. Natural lights pours in through its cleverly placed windows. Know the signs to look for when you need to replace windows.
This Oklahoma tiny home combines new with old by using old wood from semi truck trailers and galvanized steel from a 50-year-old barn.
Hardwood floors and quartz countertops make this Oregon tiny home light up. It includes a Murphy bed to increase storage space and comes well insulated.
In Pennsylvania, Liberation Tiny Homes has created a tiny home big on modern design. The unique roof design makes it stand out from other tiny homes on the market. Know how to identify roof problems and how to fix them.
In the tiny state of Rhode Island there is a tiny house worth its weight. This 400-square foot tiny home overlooks a cove for a beachfront look that is hard to beat for $56,500.
This tiny house in South Carolina has one of the interesting looks inside and out. The shower tile looks like it came from a quarry and the bucket light fixtures are one-of-a-kind. See some of the coolest lighting fixtures available, like a beehive pendant that’s out of this world.
In South Dakota, simple design stands out with this tiny home. The solar power system can store enough power to run everything for up to four days without sunlight. Using solar power isn’t as tough as it seems. See how a solar-powered water heater works.
Fulfill some log cabin dreams with this Tennessee tiny home. It has incredible wood floors, two lofts, a skylight and a crazy cool shower.
This tiny house converted an old school bus but it added additional room by raising the ceiling. The wood walls came from a 1942 Hyde Park Cottage and features butcher block countertops.
Not many tiny homes will rival the view this one in Utah provides. The sky blue trim extends inside to match the white interior beautifully.
Vibrant colors make this Vermont tiny home exciting. The vibrancy extends inside with tye-dye window curtains on the home, which is made from rough sawn hemlock and pine.
This tiny home in Virginia has some serious style with its butcher block countertops, stainless steel sink, and oregano-spice interior color.
This Washington tiny home has some serious kitchen capabilities in its 144-square-foot space. It includes a convection oven and an induction burner.
This tiny home in West Virginia comes with acreage for a picturesque escape. This home is actually 500 square feet with a modern design for the interior. But beware of these 9 hidden costs of owning a tiny home.
This tiny house has a cottage feel with its rustic charm. It has a custom Japanese soaking tub and a wood burning stove that will make it so you don’t have to leave. The dormer helps expand the home into 288 square feet.
Solid maple cabinets and excellent woodworking throughout this tiny home make it cozy.