Live Large in These 12 Tiny Homes

From a teensy surf-inspired bungalow to mirrored mini homes, these pint-sized Airbnbs deliver a big taste of small living.

Ashlea Halpern
Apr 1, 2019 · 13 min read
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Photo by Jessica Sample
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Clockwise from top left: Tiny houses by Andrew MacDonald, Tiny Planet Design, CJ Gershon, and Hugh Stewart.
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Portlandia-esque Property

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Mirrored Mini Homes

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“The houses feel really open, like you’re staying in the middle of nature — or in our case, in the middle of an apple orchard.”

— Victoria Ebner, Superhost

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Petite Norwegian Retreat

“The house is not a luxurious place. It’s for people who want something a bit different.”

— Paulin Skoglund-Voss, Host

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Futuristic Scottish Pod

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Itty- Bitty Australian Bungalow

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“We wanted it to feel like you’re on a boat. The ladder to the loft has a nautical-rope guardrail and the floors are bamboo.”

— Dannielle Drake, Superhost

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Small-Scale Greek Sanctuary

“You have to climb up here to feel the wowness.”

— Sofia Mavroudís, Superhost

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Ashlea Halpern

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I am the co-founder of Minnevangelist, editor-at-large for AFAR, and a contributor to Condé Nast Traveler, Airbnb, NYMag, Bon Appétit, TIME, etc.

Airbnb Magazine

Airbnb Magazine celebrates humanity wherever it exists: across borders, time zones, languages, and skin tones.

Ashlea Halpern

Written by

I am the co-founder of Minnevangelist, editor-at-large for AFAR, and a contributor to Condé Nast Traveler, Airbnb, NYMag, Bon Appétit, TIME, etc.

Airbnb Magazine

Airbnb Magazine celebrates humanity wherever it exists: across borders, time zones, languages, and skin tones.