The micro home movement doesn't show any signs of slowing down, and this 160-square-foot tiny house in Sebastopol, Calif. is one of the prettier versions. Called Tiny Project Tiny House, designer and builder Alek Lisefski took inspiration from classic timber cabins to create an airy cedar and steel residence that looks downright spacious. Built atop an 8-foot by 20-foot flatbed trailer, the entire micro home was sustainably sourced and created, says Lisefski, to "live a simpler, more conscious, debt-free life." There's a sleeping loft, kitchen area, small desk, plenty of windows, and even a decent sized bathroom (with shower!). It may not be quite as cool as this transformed, snow-chasing school bus, but color us impressed.
· The Tiny Project [Official Site]
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