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Tiny House November 1, 2016

Tiny homes are loved these days because some people want to downsize and simplify their lifestyle. The structure, design and style are awesome and can mean important cost savings when building … and when moving the units as well.  Let’s take a look at these 10 gorgeous micro home designs.

These lovely tiny homes are built by companies we’ve already indexed in our Prefab Home Designers and Builders Directory. You can go there and search out the name of the company, and also find builders near your area.

Cool tiny house
Designed and built by Wheelhaus Wedge
wheelhaus

Simple home
Designed and built by Scott Newkirk
tiny-new-york-cabin

Creatively Designed Home
Designed and built by Floating Wooden Exbury Egg House
egg-house

Fabulous dwelling with breathtaking views
Designed and built by Prentiss Architects
eagle

Lovely Cottage Tiny House
Designed and built by Alex Scott Porter Design
porter

Extraordinary mobile abode
Designed and built by dmvA Architects
mobile

Spectacular Hawk House
Designed and built by Alex Wyndham
hawk

World’s Most Narrow House
Designed and built by Jakub Szczesny
narrow

Cute eco-house
Designed and built by Blue Forest
tree-house

Amazing Nomad House
Designed and built by Ian Kent
nomad-micro-home

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