As we approach the New Year I thought a countdown seemed appropriate. So today I’m sharing a countdown of my top 5 favorite tiny houses. If you’ve been following my blog for any length of time, you’ve probably noticed that I have a penchant for these little homes! If you scroll down to #1, you’ll see the tiny house that started my love of tiny houses. Also click any pic to take the full tour of your favorite tiny house!
#4: Tiny Beach House – This one is filled with lots of nautical decor, Wait till you see what the bed posts are made out of!
#1: A Tree House in Brooklyn – This is what started my love of tiny houses. Technically this isn’t a “home” because there’s no bathroom or kitchen but this was the house that alerted me to the tiny trend.
This rustic seaside home in Baja, Mexico really caught my eye! I love how natural this home feels, from the walls to the ceiling and everything in between. There are these chunky carved wooden doors that lead outside (something that always makes me swoon!). Also something that you don’t seem to find in the U.S. (but why?!). Take a look:
In LOVE with this bedroom, so simple yet so beautiful!
I love all the natural elements!
Swooning over the armoir!
Because wine is all you really need to fit on a table, right?
via House & Home
One thing I really love about a good beach house is the simplicity of it. Who needs a lot of “stuff” when you are surrounded by such amazing views?! Take for instance the teeny tiny office in this space (picture 5). It is literally a desk, a chair, a plant, and a laptop squished into something the size of a coat closet, BUT it works! It works because there’s a floor to ceiling window looking out onto the waves that beautifully lets the light in. I could easily do a closet sized office with views like that. Take a peek below at what the rest of this California beach house has to offer:
You can’t be unhappy with a kitchen like this!
It’s all in the details
Teeny tiny office space with a view!
Once again, loving the details!
via Homepolish – Part 1, Part 2
Once again I’m sharing my love for a tiny house. This one is like a mini beach cottage on wheels!! It stands with only a mere 150 square feet of living space but all 150 square feet are adorable. I spotted this tiny beach house on Tiny House Town. You can actually rent it (click link to see rental details). Which might be a good idea to test drive, if you were seriously considering buying a tiny house. Scroll down to check out this tiny beach house!
There are so many beachy/nautical details like the posts on this bed
Check out the mermaid knob on the bathroom door!
Loving this bathroom sink!
I love the idea of keeping colorful bowls and glasses out for display
I love the beachy slates and tiny deck on this tiny house!
I’m in love with this beach house located on Sullivan’s Island in South Carolina!! I especially love all the coastal details, like the acrylic trunk in the living room filled with large seashells and driftwood. This idea would be so easy to include in your own home and would make an amazing coffee table! Check it out:
I love the use of natural elements, i.e. lots of wicker furniture and plants in this beach house.
That trunk is my favorite!
I love the simple coastal details in this bathroom
Island shutters for the win!
via Coastal Living
I always love to try and put a coastal spin on holiday decorations. That way the decorations fit right in with my turquoise home instead of sticking out. For a little added inspiration this year, I’ve rounded up some of my favorite coastal Fall tablescapes! Check ’em out:
via Breezy Designs – this chick really knows what she’s doing and I’m always in awe of her lovely home
Painted pumpkins are always a good idea
I love the mix of coral and turquoise at this table
All white with some pops of greenery, I love it
Using small pumpkins as place holders is such a sweet idea
Last year these pastel pumpkins were a huge hit, I’ve already started looking early for them this year
Blogger of livelaughrowe.com shares this simple fall tablescape with rustic flare and offers a free printable bookmark to use at each place setting.