A house is more than just a place where you live. What it’s really about is having a shelter that allows you to live comfortably while doing the things you love. This lucky couple from New Zealand is living that reality, all thanks to this all black tiny house they call home with a beautiful
Living in a shipping container home might not sound like the best idea, but after seeing this woman’s residence in Lake Taupo, New Zealand, you might just change your mind. Brenda Kelly isn’t new to shipping container living. In fact, she’s lived in an ultra-compact home built out of a single 20 ft shipping container.
This home in Buffalo, Texas, is as private as private could get. You literally can’t see it because it’s built underground! The quaint residence in Buffalo is on the market for a whopping $2.25 million, according to its listing agent, Terri Alexander. If you think that’s too steep of a price, seeing the home’s interior
The world is full of extraordinary and beautiful homes, but there are some that are so unique that they deserve special attention. Can you imagine turning a cement factory, an abandoned one at that, into a beautiful and relaxing home? That is exactly what the talented architect Ricardo Bofill did to a cement factory outside
When American entrepreneur Malcolm McLean pioneered shipping containers in 1956 for his trucking company, it was meant to serve one purpose: carrying cargo for transport. The invention revolutionized international trade and expedited the once tedious process of unloading goods on shipping vessels. The humble shipping container has entered the housing industry as a simple, low-cost
If you’re a TikTok user, you’ve probably seen one of the latest viral clips on the popular online video sharing platform – a home in Deerfield, Illinois, dubbed as the “Skinny House. ” It’s known to locals as the “Pie House,” but TikTok gave it a new nickname because one of its sides measures only
When Stuart Grant built his dream home, he never thought it would resemble a fictional abode that many would recognize. And I think anyone who is a fan of the “Lord of the Rings” franchise would surely love to visit – and even live – in his whimsical home near Tomich, Scotland. “The Hobbit House”
One of the biggest draws of living in a tiny home is the financial freedom it could give to its owners. That, and enjoying a better quality of life, is what this single mom of four achieved when she constructed a beautiful tiny house on wheels in her mom and dad’s property in New Zealand.
This stunning tiny house in Byron, Bay Australia incorporates Zen and functionality in its design. The concept of Zen in interior design teaches the value of simplicity — both in choosing what furniture and objects will stay in your life and the lifestyle, you should perpetuate. Zen also highlights our innate connection with nature. It’s
One of the biggest challenges in designing and building a tiny house is making sure that it’s suitable for its inhabitants’ needs. The obstacles become even steeper when you’re watching over the needs of each family member. What if you’re a family of four? How will you manage the limited space? Emma and Joel built
What will you do when you wake up and suddenly feel that your house doesn’t feel like home? Some people who live in conventional homes sometimes ‘feel restriction’, making them feel ‘lacking’ despite their home’s spacious square-footage. At some point in their life, they question if living in a traditional home is worth the stress
When we talk about beautiful, cozy homes, can you picture Home Depot Tuff Sheds? Well, most people didn’t see it coming either. It all started when the tiny house movement convinced Americans to downsize their lives and live in a smaller home with fewer qualms and less time need to clean their home’s every nook