tiny house cowgirl magazine

You don’t need a huge home to have a cozy home! Many are leaving their traditional homes behind and giving tiny living a try.

If you’re thinking about converting to a tiny house, it might be worth it. Individuals, couples, and even families have been known to make tiny homes work for them. Less maintenance, a smaller footprint, and minimal living all come with the downsize.

Now, I know what you’re thinking, and no, not all tiny homes look like closets. With the lifestyle growing in popularity, there are tiny homes that range from rustic to modern to kid-friendly.

The best part? Some tiny homes can be built on wheels so you can pack up and ship out whenever.

Tiny houses can also work well as short-term rentals. Get one for your ranch and sell the ranch-life experience to Airbnb or VRBO guests.

To find a tiny house, you can purchase a used one, have a building company construct a new one for you, get a kit from Amazon, or build it yourself. Tiny House Listings is a great place to find tiny homes for sale or rent!

If you’re unsure if you could live tiny, renting a tiny house for a few nights might help you determine if the downsize would work for you.

Tiny houses come in all shapes and sizes, which makes it easier than you’d think to get one you really love.

There are even houses made from old shipping containers, if you’re into recycling!

Would you give tiny living a try?