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Candy-Colored Tiny Houses That are Almost too Adorable
Tiny, Mighty and Bold
Buh-bye, boring siding! A new trend may be starting to hatch.
Small, portable homes in bright lollipop shades are seemingly everywhere lately — Think this vibrant fad will stick? We’re crossing our fingers. Here are nine candy-colored head turners that are almost too adorable.
All the Colors of the Rainbow
If you ever wished to live in a rainbow, this tiny house built by Taylor Painter-Wolfe might be the next best thing. She bought the building plans from Tumbleweed Houses and later made her groovy dwelling in her parent’s driveway.
How did she personalize her abode’s exterior? She painted strips of wood siding in bold Kodachrome like colors before installing. Wolfe at present shares her portable home with her dog and cat.
Cute, Colorful and Charming
The Yosemite by Valley View Tiny House Company is an eye-popping charmer. But don’t think this tiny home is just cute.
Inside you’ll find 180 square feet of living space with room maximizing features including a built-in Murphy bed in the main living area. Furthermore, there’s a loft that adds an extra 40 square feet for storage or sleeping.
The price for the professionally built home starts $37,500.
Things that cost extra are environmentally friendly upgrades like a compost toilet or energy saving appliances like a ventless, washer dryer combo.
Looking to make something from scratch? You can order the printed building plans as is for $299 or you can have Valley View customized them to suit your needs for roughly $200.
A Happy Hued Home
This happy, hued house on wheels aptly named, The Toy Box Home, is made from environmentally friendly building materials.
The playful home packs a bright 140 square foot interior that’s tricked out with double duty features that make small space living efficient and comfortable, like a cube-style sofa that conceals abundant storage.
Perched above the main living area is a sleeping loft, which adds an extra 42 square feet — yep, that’s enough room for a king sized bed.
Hate seeing electrical cords — don’t we all? Throughout the abode are hidden outlets and built-in LED lighting that conceal unsightly wires.
If this cozy home stole your heart, you could buy an exactly like one for around $60,000.
This Tiny House’s Interior is Mind Blowing
Say hello to France, a prefab home with a certain je ne sais quoi. It was designed to snap together like a jigsaw puzzle in less than three hours.
What else makes this pint-sized dwelling ah-mazing? Behind its shed-like exterior is a surprisingly modern living space. Behold the mind blowing photos.
And here’s the frosting on the cake (or should we say glaze on the French pastry?) The prototype cost only $1,200 to make.
It’s the latest design by Joshua Woodsman. He’s the small space architect behind Pin-Up Houses. We’ll like you know when this prefab goes into production.