Micro Houses: Which One Would You Live In?

Micro Houses: Which One Would You Live In?

Can you live large in a tiny house? With our modern day motto being “bigger is better”, many believe that living in a small house is just not realistic. Yet, the micro house is a perfect choice for those who want to minimize space and maximize living. So, with the choice of these micro houses…which one would you live in?

89 Square Feet:

The most portable micro house on this list has been constructed by Tumbleweed Tiny House Co. Due to its miniature size, it does not meet the qualifications for a foundation and was built on a trailer instead. For camping lovers, this could be the perfect way to enjoy your hobby all year round, while staying in the comfort of your own home.

53 Square Feet:

This house is not for those who are afraid of heights, as it is a 10-foot diameter sphere hanging from trees. Made by Free Spirit Spheres, one would have to be a free spirit to live this lifestyle. It does contain beds and electrical hookups, but this adventurous home is missing a bath.

192 Square Feet:

The perfect size for a starter home, these Modern-Shed micro homes come in sizes ranging from 80-640 square feet. They are made from top quality materials and allow the owners many options when it comes to interior design. Whether you are a single girl looking for a place to call her own, or a family just starting to get your feet on the ground, these micro homes could be the perfect home for you.

These micro homes are great for those looking to get involved with the Tiny House Movement. Those involved in this social movement are downsizing their living space due to environmental concerns, financial concerns or in order to take some of the focus off of materials and put more onto their life. While it may seem almost unheard of in today’s world, it is a growing movement, and many would love a home on this list!

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