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Take a tour of tiny homes across the country
Obsessed with tiny homes? We are, too. See inside some of our favorites from across the country.
If Joanna Gaines designed a tiny home, this 290-square-foot home from Handcrafted Movement would be it.
The home features a cozy electric fireplace, a farmhouse-style sink and an Edison Bulb chandelier that gives it a chic but homey vibe.
Home sweet home.
LED lighting brightens up the bathroom which features a five-foot long freestanding tub with rain shower-head.
Upstairs in the loft bedroom, a storage shelf, baskets and hanging rod make space for clothes and other items.
This 400-square-foot charmer is a slice of heaven.
"It's very open, very airy and very much a sanctuary," the owner said. "You can live there year-round and feel like you're cuddled in the space."
With vaulted ceilings and hardwood floors, the home offers a spacious living room that flows past an eat-in bar to the kitchen, all with stylishly exposed beams and large skylights.
The bedroom offers a double closet, a ceiling fan for staying cool in the summer and a door to the backyard.
When designer and architect Christi Azevedo came across a place with a former French laundry for sale in San Francisco, she had the perfect idea for the 88-square-foot boiler room: to transform it into a full-service guest apartment.
“The entire place was a wreck, but there were loads of details remaining,” she said. The space, which she lovingly calls the “Brick House,” was given an efficient and modern upgrade.
It now hosts a new IKEA kitchen, complete with a stainless steel countertop and custom upper doors of sanded acrylic.
The bed loft, complete with a queen mattress and plenty of storage, is located by way of a glass landing.
A 42-inch bath features a wall-mount toilet, a custom stainless steel medicine cabinet, small sink and floor drain shower.
It may be tiny, but the new 160-square-foot home feels much bigger thanks to its long panoramic windows that draw the outdoors in.
The living space is small but efficient. There’s a double-sized daybed (queen-bed optional), extensive storage and LED lighting.
Maple cabinetry fills the kitchen, along with a stainless sink, small dining/work table, undercounter refrigerator/freezer and solid butcher block tops. Vacation in the mountains, anyone?