Did you ever build a tree house when you were a kid? Let’s be practical, although you wouldn’t need home insurance for it, you would need a little more space. But what if I told you that there are actually homes out there that are smaller than most people’s living rooms? This collection of teeny homes are quickly becoming a new trend. Which one of these tiny houses would you like to call home?
The Matchbox House
When we think of small, we think ‘matchbox-size’, but we definitely don’t imagine this! Jay Austin, who is a photographer and lifestyle artist built this self-sustaining home in Washington D.C. Not only can he say goodbye to home insurance, his 140-square-foot home is carbon neutral and off-grid.
The Insta-Bunkie House
This one kind of looks like a transparent hotel house from Monopoly, but it is far from it. For starters the designer who made this piece of art wanted to maximize the small space it offers. To ensure this, the one-room cabin has a queen-sized bed built into the wall, as well as a dining table and chairs that can fold up easily. Once everything is packed up, imagine what you could do with the space.