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The most eye-popping tiny homes

If less is really more, these tiny homes have it made. Read more

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The Wooly Wagon

If Professor Marvel from Wizard of Oz were real and living today, he might reside in something like this. Its called a Wooly Wagon and you can buy your very own direct from Indiana.

The Woolywagon

The OTIS pod home

Made by 16 college kids from Vermont, the OTIS pod home features a rainwater collection system for indoor plumbing and stained-glass like privacy windows. It can also be towed by a four-cylinder vehicle.
Green Mountain College

The Bunkie

Don't be fooled: That house or "bunkie" as it's dubbed has been superimposed against a lovely Ontario lake. But the "spare room for backyards" is real and can be order from The Bunkie Co.

The Bunkie Co.

The Hob

This little guy isnt so much a looker as it is a part of its environment. Located in Maryland, it was designed by Hobbitat with today's technologies wrapped in reclaimed and repurposed materials.

Hobbitat

The Hob

A new "Hob" from Hobbitat, each of which is individually made for customers, conveying a style unique to their owner.

Karlo Gesner / Hobbitat

The Elm

Designed by Jay Shafer in California, The Elm put tiny homes on the map in 2008. It's not as fancy as it's contemporaries, but the lines and floorplan remain iconic to the tiny house movement.

Tumbleweed Tiny House Co.

The Hob

Another tiny home from Hobbitat.

Karlo Gesner / Hobbitat

The Hob

The company, which urges people to "think big, live small," says its goal is to create healthy, energy efficient spaces that inspire living.

Hobbitat

The most eye-popping tiny homes

If less is really more, these tiny homes have it made. Read more

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