While the house may look big, it is technically only 566 square feet, but each floor has 17 foot ceilings. This combined with large windows, a white pallet and minimalistic furnishings, makes this Small House seem very big.
These tiny prefab homes, originally created as “sheds for living” by architect, Richard Frankland, have morphed into the company dwelle. Their tiny houses are called dwelle.ings. Right now they are only for sale in the UK, but with the world’s response to the current economic climate, that may change. http://tinyhouseblog.com/timber-frame/dwelle-dwelle-ings/ http://myidealhome.tumblr.com/page/36
This tiny house at the Wildwood Cottage Resort has a clever layout that helps 399 square feet feel downright spacious. Located 90 miles north of Seattle, this former-camping-ground-turned-luxury-resort consists of 90 for-sale units,