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A modern 246 sq.ft. tiny house designed and built by Nashville, Tennessee-based New Frontier Tiny Homes. Shou Sugi Ban cedar siding contrasts beautifully against the natural red western cedar.  Inside, you'll find hardwood floors and a reclaimed barn wood ceiling.

A modern 246 sq.ft. tiny house designed and built by Nashville, Tennessee-based New Frontier Tiny Homes. Shou Sugi Ban cedar siding contrasts beautifully against the natural red western cedar. Inside, you'll find hardwood floors and a reclaimed barn wood ceiling.

The Chimera tiny house by Wind River Homes. A 192 sq ft tiny house on wheels priced at $84,000

The Chimera tiny house by Wind River Homes. A 192 sq ft tiny house on wheels priced at $84,000

Interior View - Just Wahls Tiny House: Smaller layout, but open feel, darker wood, & sunroof over the loft

Interior View - Just Wahls Tiny House: Smaller layout, but open feel, darker wood, & sunroof over the loft

Outstanding 105 Impressive Tiny Houses That Maximize Function and Style https://decoratio.co/2017/03/105-impressive-tiny-houses-maximize-function-style/

Outstanding 105 Impressive Tiny Houses That Maximize Function and Style https://decoratio.co/2017/03/105-impressive-tiny-houses-maximize-function-style/

Robin Hill Kura Gallery Maori Weaving New Zealand Art Design Pheasant Feather Korowai

Robin Hill Kura Gallery Maori Weaving New Zealand Art Design Pheasant Feather Korowai

original. Beautiful. What stories he could share. Such wisdom lives within his eyes. He is a journey within himself. First Australian.

original. Beautiful. What stories he could share. Such wisdom lives within his eyes. He is a journey within himself. First Australian.

QMaori Carvings, Lake Taupo , New Zealand photo via brendaueen’s College Library, Oxford University, Oxford, UK photo via flavorwire

QMaori Carvings, Lake Taupo , New Zealand photo via brendaueen’s College Library, Oxford University, Oxford, UK photo via flavorwire

Maori women, New Zealand, c. 1900. They are doing a Hongi which is a touch of the noses. These is a greeting and also sign of respect.

Maori women, New Zealand, c. 1900. They are doing a Hongi which is a touch of the noses. These is a greeting and also sign of respect.