Top 10 Tiny House Websites

We’ve scoured the web to bring you the top 10 tiny house websites to get your tiny house fix.

1. Tiny House Talk– Alex Pino is the founder of this blog. He writes about what he believes in: to spread the message of freedom through simpler living. This blog explores all shapes and sizes of small dwellings, not just tiny homes on wheels. The daily newsletter introduces around five new tiny homes a day. This is a great place to keep abreast of what’s happening in the tiny house movement and get inspired.

2. Tiny House Giant Journey– This blog follows the journey of Jenna and Guillaume as they travel around the country in their self-built tumbleweed tiny house hosting workshops to help others interested in learning how to build their own tiny homes. They show that tiny living can be a rich and gratifying experience.

3. Tiny House Listings– This website is a mega-house of tiny home information. As the name suggests, it is a marketplace for buying and selling tiny homes. But truly, it is more than that. If you are a tiny homeowner looking for a place to park your tiny home, this site includes a map of tiny house parking spots and their contact information. You’ll also find links to tiny house plans, tiny house builders, and workshops.

4.– Derek “Deek” Diedricksen, founder of this blog, is clearly passionate about tiny living. In addition to hosting frequent tiny house workshops, Deek has done numerous interviews with the owners and builders of some incredible tiny homes. You can check them out on his Youtube channel at relaxshacksDOTcom

5. Tiny House Blog– In this blog, Kent Griswold explores tiny homes of all constructions “from logs, to yurts to modern and the unusual.” In addition to introducing us to specific tiny houses, the site includes news about tiny homes and topics relevant to tiny living such as tips for downsizing and maximizing storage space.

6. Tiny House Living– Tiny House Living is a news aggregator that collects posts from tiny house blogs and sites that feature tiny homes regularly. The result is a varied mix of tiny house articles from across the net converging in one spot, making it a great way to stay up to date and discover whats new with the tiny house movement.

7. Tumbleweed Tiny House Company– Tumbleweed Tiny House Company is a highly respected name in tiny house construction. They host workshops, produce how-to DVDs, sell trailers specially designed to be tiny house foundations, and (as far as we can see) have the best-selling tiny house plans to date. These plans and workshops helped Ella Jenkins of Little Yellow Door and Jenna and Guillaume of Tiny House Giant Journey construct their tiny homes.

8. Tiny House Swoon– Tiny House Swoon should appear in the bookmarks of every serious tiny house voyeur. The site contains huge, high quality photos of some of the most beautiful tiny house we’ve seen to date. This site will make you rethink just how gorgeous a tiny space can be. It’s also a great place to find your next screensaver.

9. Tiny House Build– Tackling a variety of tiny house topics such as “How to Creatively Finance Your Tiny House” and “Why Tiny Houses Can Save the World,” Gabriella and Andrew Morrison’s Tiny House Build is about the movement, examining the spirit behind the tiny house movement as well as providing interesting ideas for those interested in the tiny house lifestyle.

10. TreeHugger– While it’s not exclusively about tiny houses, is all about sustainability and eco-friendly design. The link above will direct you to TreeHugger’s tiny house articles, which include a Tiny Chapel for small wedding services and tiny home built of recycled materials for $500. The other non-tiny-house topics include transportation, technology, and energy, which we feel goes hand-in-hand with what the tiny house movement’s all about.

Didn’t see your favorite tiny house website on our list? Got another idea for a tiny house top 10? Let us know in the comments below.


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