Throughout the years, houses have been bigger and more lavish than every. However, some people like to take a step back into the past and go smaller. With these ideals, many are making the move to small, movable homes. Below, you’ll discover 12 of the coolest small houses ever!
#1 Sitting on a Rock
This one is definitely strange. It is small, isolated and sits on a rock. With that type of isolation, it must provide the owner with pure serenity. The house was built over 45 years ago.
#2 Casa do Penedo
The house, which is located in the Fafe Mountains, is actually built of stone! Surprisingly, it is even fitted with a swimming pool!
#3 The Floating Home
Architect, Dymitr Malxew, built this one. I guess it could be referred to as a house boat. Either way, that has to provide the owner with pure nirvana.
#4 The Bird House
Japan has always created crazy stuff. Here, they’ve designed their very own bird house. It looks like a bird and it sits in a tree. Kind of a metaphor huh?
#5 The Owl
Sure, it really isn’t called “The Owl”, but it kind of resembles one doesn’t it? Well, this home was built by Rachel Ross for less than eight thousand bucks! That is all recycled materials you’re looking at.
#6 Nice and Cozy
This little home is nice and cozy, isn’t it? Suffice to say, approximately 11k went into its construction, which is a steal. Macy Miller from Idaho built this little shanty.
#7 The Orange Dome
The little home, which was built by Steve Areen, only costed 9k to build. Surprisingly, 3k of that money went into the home’s furnishings.
#8 The Blob
This house, which is a blob or an egg, was designed by dmvA Architects. Suffice to say, the house is completely mobile and even has a skylight.
#9 Eagle Point House
This house, which is located on San Juan Island in Washington, was designed by Prentiss Architects. Although the grass roof is cool, the view is the best aspect of the home.
#10 The Garage Home
While you might not know it, this used to be a garage. It was built by Michelle de la Vega and measures two hundred and fifty square foot.
#11 The Floating Egg
This tiny little egg is actually a home and it floats on water. Better just hope it doesn’t float away. Again, it is completely powered by solar energy.
#12 The Tumbleweed
This house measures fifteen by eight foot. Of course, the biggest advantage with this house is the complete portability.