I am totally infatuated with all the beautiful smaller houses out there right now! Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design have created my latest dream house. It was designed to be a guest house but I could totally see retiring in a sweet little house like this in the redwoods of Northern CA. Well done folks… well done.
Garden Guest House
I’m just in love with this little garden shed conversion to a guest house. I think I’d be spending more time there than any guest would be.
Garden Shed Turned Guest Room – Garden Designs – Decorating Ideas – HGTV Rate My Space.
One of the most beautiful front doors I’ve ever seen! Two thumbs up for Tumbleweed and Pav!
“In the picture above you can see the front door, window seat and storage loft, which probably won’t hold much storage so as not to block the gorgeous stained glass acorn. The window seat has three drawers below for storage and the seat lifts up for keeping blankets or other flat items.”
via Owl Creek Happenings: Tumbleweed Tiny House II.
I have an affinity for tiny houses. Probably because my husband designs them, blogs about them, and talks about them non-stop. This converted bus is so beautifully done. Visit Tiny House Listings for more information and additional photos.
“I was recently sent these photos of an old school bus turned in a tiny house on wheels. The bus was completely remodeled and lined with a beautiful wood interior.
It was recently sold to a young couple that has made it their home in the North Cascades.”
While it’s doubtful this bus is good on gas, having the ability to move your home where you’d like and travel with it is very appealing.”
This little home looks so inviting that I could imagine them living in this converted bus long-term.”
via Old School Bus Turned Into A Tiny House.
This is the tiny free house that my husband is building out of pallets. It’s been a while since he’s had time to work on it but it’s going to be amazing when it’s finished! Now I need to learn how to do stained glass for those cute little windows!
“…a tiny house that’s cross between Henry David Thoreau’s cabin at Walden Pond and a Tumbleweed-like Tiny House on wheels, the only difference is that it will cost nothing.”
via Tiny Free House | Searching for the true value of a home….