Tiny houses are taking the world by storm. More and more people are experimenting with minimalist lifestyles, living in these super cute small houses.
With innovative space-saving features like those you might find on a sailboat or in a lower Manhattan apartment, many tiny houses are amazing works of design. Benefits for owners or renters are low cost, low utility bills and a much lower carbon footprint. Nevertheless, could you actually live in one?
Turns out you can try one while on vacation. HomeAway.com website scoured its rental listings for tiny houses, cabins and cottages, from popular vacation spots like Jackson Hole to major cities like Portland, Ore.
So, have you lived in or stayed at a tiny house? Or would you? See how comfortable they can be, and maybe you can steal ideas for saving some space in your own home.