Houses Ideas Designs

Houses Ideas Designs

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Houses Ideas Designs

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Houses Ideas Designs

1 Of 63 Pin these tiny homes! Don’t forget to pin these impressive tiny homes. Follow us on Pinterest @countryliving for more great tiny house ideas. 2 Of 63 Gorgeous Backyard GetawayDallas designer Paige Morse renovated two 100-year-old sheds in her backyard to create a cozy home away from home. With just two rooms and 250 square feet, her space is remarkably stylish and space-efficient.Look inside Paige’s gorgeous home. Cody UlrichAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 63 Farmhouse ChicThe Cedar Mountain Tiny House, built by Nashville-based New Frontier Tiny Homes, might look small on the outside, but inside, it’s big on farmhouse-style design. With repurposed accessories, shiplap walls, subway tile, and rich hardwood floors, it’s the perfect combination of rustic-chic and modern simplicity. Photos by Garett and Carrie Buell of studiobuell.com 4 Of 63 Dreamy TreehouseThis treehouse-slash-guest room looks small from the outside, but boasts a living room, office area, and bedroom within. Take a tour. David HillegasAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 63 Pop-Out PorchThe sleek design by New Frontier Tiny Homes features a farmhouse sink, shiplap and subway tile squeezed into 200 square feet. Best of all, though, a sliding glass garage door reveals a deck that pops out from the home, making al fresco dining a cinch. StudioBuell Photography 6 Of 63 “Bestie Row”Four couples in Texas created “Bestie Row,” a mini neighborhood where they could all live in houses lined right up next to each other. Each tiny house boasts a bedroom, living room, and bathroom, and was constructed with a minimalist motif—think concrete floors, grained plywood, and a metal exterior. Courtesy of Alexander StrossAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 63 Cabin in the WoodsThis 550-square-foot Maine cottage has solar panels on the southeast-facing porch to collect energy (auxiliary batteries can store at least a week’s worth) to power the refrigerator and heat shower water. A wood stove, anchored by a hearth made of local beach stones, radiates enough warmth for the entire building. Courtesy of Dwell/Eirik Johnson 8 Of 63 Pequod HouseThe Pequod, named for the ship in Moby ****, is a marvel of modern amenities and upscale materials, all cleverly maneuvered into one tight squeeze. It measures 26 feet long and weighs 11,500 pounds. Rocky Mountain Tiny HomesAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 63 Eclectically ColorfulThe owner of this Austin abode turned two mobile trailers into one 400-square-foot home that’s connected only by a deck. Molly Winters 10 Of 63 Mobile FarmhouseAs soon as you walk inside this tiny 250-square-foot home, a tidy and warm escape full of country character greets you. Natural light swims throughout the space, and farmhouse-inspired wood accents (most of which are made from salvaged and reclaimed wood) give it a rustic yet modern touch. Matthew Impola Next Gallery Marigold Is Taking Over Homes This Spring This color will make you feel so happy! By Laurren Welch and and Alexandra Schmitt GIF Of 63 Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Imported Layers Created with Sketch. Presented by Created by Created by Country Living for From Country Living for
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Houses Ideas Designs

1 Of 63 Pin these tiny homes! Don’t forget to pin these impressive tiny homes. Follow us on Pinterest @countryliving for more great tiny house ideas. 2 Of 63 Gorgeous Backyard GetawayDallas designer Paige Morse renovated two 100-year-old sheds in her backyard to create a cozy home away from home. With just two rooms and 250 square feet, her space is remarkably stylish and space-efficient.Look inside Paige’s gorgeous home. Cody UlrichAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 63 Farmhouse ChicThe Cedar Mountain Tiny House, built by Nashville-based New Frontier Tiny Homes, might look small on the outside, but inside, it’s big on farmhouse-style design. With repurposed accessories, shiplap walls, subway tile, and rich hardwood floors, it’s the perfect combination of rustic-chic and modern simplicity. Photos by Garett and Carrie Buell of studiobuell.com 4 Of 63 Dreamy TreehouseThis treehouse-slash-guest room looks small from the outside, but boasts a living room, office area, and bedroom within. Take a tour. David HillegasAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 63 Pop-Out PorchThe sleek design by New Frontier Tiny Homes features a farmhouse sink, shiplap and subway tile squeezed into 200 square feet. Best of all, though, a sliding glass garage door reveals a deck that pops out from the home, making al fresco dining a cinch. StudioBuell Photography 6 Of 63 “Bestie Row”Four couples in Texas created “Bestie Row,” a mini neighborhood where they could all live in houses lined right up next to each other. Each tiny house boasts a bedroom, living room, and bathroom, and was constructed with a minimalist motif—think concrete floors, grained plywood, and a metal exterior. Courtesy of Alexander StrossAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 63 Cabin in the WoodsThis 550-square-foot Maine cottage has solar panels on the southeast-facing porch to collect energy (auxiliary batteries can store at least a week’s worth) to power the refrigerator and heat shower water. A wood stove, anchored by a hearth made of local beach stones, radiates enough warmth for the entire building. Courtesy of Dwell/Eirik Johnson 8 Of 63 Pequod HouseThe Pequod, named for the ship in Moby ****, is a marvel of modern amenities and upscale materials, all cleverly maneuvered into one tight squeeze. It measures 26 feet long and weighs 11,500 pounds. Rocky Mountain Tiny HomesAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 63 Eclectically ColorfulThe owner of this Austin abode turned two mobile trailers into one 400-square-foot home that’s connected only by a deck. Molly Winters 10 Of 63 Mobile FarmhouseAs soon as you walk inside this tiny 250-square-foot home, a tidy and warm escape full of country character greets you. Natural light swims throughout the space, and farmhouse-inspired wood accents (most of which are made from salvaged and reclaimed wood) give it a rustic yet modern touch. Matthew Impola Next Gallery Marigold Is Taking Over Homes This Spring This color will make you feel so happy! By Laurren Welch and and Alexandra Schmitt
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Houses Ideas Designs

1 Of 63 Pin these tiny homes! Don’t forget to pin these impressive tiny homes. Follow us on Pinterest @countryliving for more great tiny house ideas. 2 Of 63 Gorgeous Backyard GetawayDallas designer Paige Morse renovated two 100-year-old sheds in her backyard to create a cozy home away from home. With just two rooms and 250 square feet, her space is remarkably stylish and space-efficient.Look inside Paige’s gorgeous home. Cody UlrichAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 63 Farmhouse ChicThe Cedar Mountain Tiny House, built by Nashville-based New Frontier Tiny Homes, might look small on the outside, but inside, it’s big on farmhouse-style design. With repurposed accessories, shiplap walls, subway tile, and rich hardwood floors, it’s the perfect combination of rustic-chic and modern simplicity. Photos by Garett and Carrie Buell of studiobuell.com 4 Of 63 Dreamy TreehouseThis treehouse-slash-guest room looks small from the outside, but boasts a living room, office area, and bedroom within. Take a tour. David HillegasAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 63 Pop-Out PorchThe sleek design by New Frontier Tiny Homes features a farmhouse sink, shiplap and subway tile squeezed into 200 square feet. Best of all, though, a sliding glass garage door reveals a deck that pops out from the home, making al fresco dining a cinch. StudioBuell Photography 6 Of 63 “Bestie Row”Four couples in Texas created “Bestie Row,” a mini neighborhood where they could all live in houses lined right up next to each other. Each tiny house boasts a bedroom, living room, and bathroom, and was constructed with a minimalist motif—think concrete floors, grained plywood, and a metal exterior. Courtesy of Alexander StrossAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 63 Cabin in the WoodsThis 550-square-foot Maine cottage has solar panels on the southeast-facing porch to collect energy (auxiliary batteries can store at least a week’s worth) to power the refrigerator and heat shower water. A wood stove, anchored by a hearth made of local beach stones, radiates enough warmth for the entire building. Courtesy of Dwell/Eirik Johnson 8 Of 63 Pequod HouseThe Pequod, named for the ship in Moby ****, is a marvel of modern amenities and upscale materials, all cleverly maneuvered into one tight squeeze. It measures 26 feet long and weighs 11,500 pounds. Rocky Mountain Tiny HomesAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 63 Eclectically ColorfulThe owner of this Austin abode turned two mobile trailers into one 400-square-foot home that’s connected only by a deck. Molly Winters 10 Of 63 Mobile FarmhouseAs soon as you walk inside this tiny 250-square-foot home, a tidy and warm escape full of country character greets you. Natural light swims throughout the space, and farmhouse-inspired wood accents (most of which are made from salvaged and reclaimed wood) give it a rustic yet modern touch. Matthew Impola

Houses Ideas Designs

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