I love tiny homes. I’ve been writing about them often here. Yanko has a wrap up of their top 10 tiny homes for 2022 and I’d be remiss if I didn’t highlight some of them. It’s quite the range. For example, this one is barely tiny:
This one is more of what you’d expect:
And this one is breathtaking:
Head on over to Yanko for the entire 10, with plenty of pictures and details.
This tiny black cabin you see above is built from felled oak trees acquired from a home’s construction waste. The company responsible, Studio Padron, did a fantastic job of recycling, take all this waste wood and making a glorious living space.
Looks great inside too
For more, go to the Yanko Design link above and check it out.
So many small homes are…well…not great. Small! But nothing special.
This one is arguably an exception to it. Not only is it more attactive than most, but it is fairly fast to make: This DIY Guesthouse Cabin Comes in a Kit and Only Takes Three Days to Build | Apartment Therapy.
You can argue it is not a home at all. Fair. But it is related, I think. And worth checking out.
I’ve written a fair bit about tiny homes as they are something of a fascination for me. This piece, in Fast Company, is about the downsides of them. They pump up the downsides, but there are downsides for sure. Anyone with fantasies about tossing it all in and getting one would do well to read this.