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Tiny House Swoon

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“There’s beauty in less.” -Tiny House Swoon motto

tiny house 1

Scarlett, Welches, OR

Tiny House Swoon is a blog that showcases adorable, creative, innovative tiny houses from around the world. People can submit their own houses to be featured, and many of the listings are for sale or rent. The blog belongs to the company Tiny House Listings, on whose website you can buy, sell, or rent North American tiny houses.

As in love with all things tiny as I am, Beloved is fond of reminding me that I could never downsize enough to live in one. That doesn’t mean we couldn’t manage a vacation rental in one, though!

 

Albion Hideaway

Albion Hideaway, Albion, CA

Custom Contemporary, Columbus, OH

Custom Contemporary, Columbus, OH

Eco Perch, U.K.

Eco Perch, U.K.

Eco Perch Floor Plan

Eco Perch Floor Plan

tiny 2

Manor Grey, St. Louis, Missouri

Manor Grey Interior

Manor Grey Interior

Every Moment, Brevard, NC

Every Moment, Brevard, NC

tiny 6a

Every Moment Interior

tiny 3

Freedom, Birmingham, AL

Freedom Interior

Freedom Interior

Teton, Vineyard, UT

Teton, Vineyard, UT

Teton Interior

Teton Interior

Ms. Gypsy Soul, Charlotte, NC

Ms. Gypsy Soul, Charlotte, NC

Goose Neck, Lowell, IN

Goose Neck, Lowell, IN

tiny 4a

Goose Neck Interior

Luxurious, Oregon City, OR

Luxurious, Oregon City, OR

Luxurious Interior

Luxurious Interior

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

29 thoughts on “Tiny House Swoon

  1. These are so cute. I would love one for my studio.

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  2. I’ll take two of the Colorado wilderness…the wilderness…not the house. The house would make a great studio however….we joke about living the rv life and about how we need a custom tiny house rv when we do that. I am just not sure my husband and I could do it.

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  3. Couldn’t live in one, but sure could “play” in one.

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  4. I once said in the Costume Shop, “I need a minimum of 2000 square feet to do anything” and it has become one of our fallback statements–sewing, costume building, art–they take space. But I suspect a vacation rental in a tiny house would be extremely restorative just because it would be an escape from all of my “collections”.

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  5. I’ve always been fascinating by these adorable little houses! The only thing is, where do they put their *stuff*?!? I mean, I realize you’d have to downsize like a maniac, but still, there are certain things… linens? clothes? Papers? Y’know? The pics never show anything lying around. I don’t see how anyone who is not a neatnik could manage to live in one of those little things.

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  6. Oh, the Gypsy Soul house…..!

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  7. Like you, I could never streamline my life enough in order to live in one of these tiny houses – and I also really need personal space away from my loved ones – but I would love to vacation in one of these. They always just seem so neat and cosy.

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  8. Swooning. In most instances.

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  9. After moving and sorting through all of my father’s things lately, I would love to trash everything and downsize.

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  10. Do you have any links to go with your photos?

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  11. I have to say I love the look of the Eco Perch. So styilize and smooth looking. Thanks for sharing all these great designs.

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