It seems you’ve come a long way, tiny homes! The Best Tiny Home Builders in the US includes all 50 states, noting that some offer a lot more options than others. Here, a tiny home is 500 square feet or less. The publisher, Home Builder Digest, covers custom homes of all sizes. The site includes lots of priced-out detail about home-building costs. I haven’t yet checked it all out.
Mini-binge potential is there for Tiny House Nation with the first seven shows of Season 5 on Netflix, but I’m only on episode one. So far, it’s a pretty typical reality reno show: high-energy hosts, quick cuts, upbeat music, and bite-sized at around 24 minutes an episode. The storyline is simple: two renovation pros embark on an endless road trip, rolling in to help out on tiny home builds that are underway. That’s what I’ve got so far. I’ll see how far I get. For a four-minute sample: “Tiny House Nation: Mark & Nicole”.
“Here’s what living in a tiny house is really like, according to people who traded their homes for minimalism” is a really enjoyably light-reading, photo-loaded look at many of the things you’d first wonder about tiny home life: cooking, sleeping space, personal space, toilets, and lots more. Fun.
Here’s a pretty extensive tour, 60 Impressive Tiny Houses That Maximize Function and Style, from Country Living magazine, each with a photo, captioned details, and links. Around 300 sq. ft. and under is considered tiny, although some are bigger. A convenient way to get an overview and see what’s going on!
20 Surprisingly Beautiful Tiny Homes (Business Insider, Jan. 9, 2013) checks out tiny pads all over the place, New York to Hong Kong, Warsaw, Poland to Wuhan, China, with spaces ranging from 11 sqf to around 300 sqf, with several under 60! Nice.