I just got swept off my feet by Incredible Tiny Homes and their astonishing creations! They have so many amazing rustic designs for me to share with you. To get started, let’s check out their cute 8′ x 16′ Freedom Style Tiny Home called, “The Best Little Hen House!”
Aww, looking at this sweet little structure, it is easy to imagine how it got its name. But it is not a hen house! It is a full-size house you can live an amazing live in.
Surrounded by trees, this rustic little hideaway looks like a fairytale haven. I just love those sunflowers in the windowsill planters!
Who needs a huge house when you can have one which is this artistically designed? Give me small with style any day! Let’s find out what the Best Little Hen House is like inside.
We find ourselves in a charmingly rustic living, cozily tight space. Somehow, even considering how narrow the layout is, the builder managed to squeeze in a couch and a small bar with stools which could be used for dining or working. To the left is a sliding barn door.
It would sure be fantastic to have a view like this to look out at. But even if you didn’t, you’d still have a beautiful window.
The overhead fan would probably do a great job keeping this tiny house cool considering what a small space it has to circulate air in.
That looks like such a lovely spot to set up a laptop and work! That is where I wish I were sitting right this second.
If you were expecting this tiny house to skimp on the kitchen, you’d be wrong. It doesn’t look like there is an oven or cooktop, but you could place a cooktop on the counter easily enough. A mini fridge and freezer are already available under the counter.
A closer look at the kitchen reveals plenty of counter and shelf space as well as some cute decorative items that are fitting with the house’s theme.
The sink looks like it has a lot of room for washing dishes, thanks in part to a high faucet.
The intriguing shape to the counter is aesthetically pleasing, curving around the round sink.
Above the kitchen is a small loft.
There looks to be just enough space in it for one person to sleep comfortably. The fact that the loft is essentially part of the main living space would ensure that it would not feel cramped, only cozy.
The sliding barn doors that you may have noticed earlier part to reveal the bathroom, which houses a flush toilet.
This is not just another bed you rest in overnight. It is a dazzling experience! Superhost Gabriella will amaze you with her cozy tiny house.
The Cricket is a rustic historic cabin in a small neighborhood on Spring Street along side the rushing Clear Creek and nestled among an Aspen grove.
Serenely situated between Gravenhurst and Bracebridge, Tiny Haus has been custom built by an award winning architect to capture the beauty of the natural surroundings.
There is even enough room to fit in a very small shower.
I would say it looks like you can fit one person comfortably into this home, two at the most. The base price is only $25,000, with the total cost depending on the options you select. That is quite a reasonable cost for a tiny house this beautifully designed. To learn more, visit Incredible Tiny Homes.