House Hunting? Here Are 10 Tiny Homes for Sale on—Gasp—Amazon
What a time to be alive: succulents can be robots, bread can be statement lighting and you can order a brand-new house on Amazon. Well, at least a tiny house. To celebrate, we assembled (get it?) ten cute and cozy abodes that you can order from the comfort of your jammies.
Allwood Timberline Cabin Kit
This adorable cottage is made of Nordic Spruce—which sounds fancy, right?—and clocks in at a totally livable 483 square feet. According to Amazon, it’ll take two adults three days to build it. (DIY challenge, accepted.)
WEIZHENGHENG Expandable Container House
This sleek and modern container home earns extra points for being totally solar powered. And the interior looks like a chic Japanese apartment.
Tiny Home Park Model RV
This 536-square-foot “weekend getaway” boasts granite counters, California-style curb appeal and a wall of windows. In other words, it’s tiny-gone-luxury.
Lillevilla Escape Kit Cabin
Yoga studio, pool house or guest quarters? This petite refuge doesn’t have a bathroom—but it does have charm in spades.
Bantam Built Tiny House
With its open kitchen shelving, butcher-block counters and beadboard ceiling, this cottage on wheels is definitely Joanna Gaines-approved.
MODS 40-Foot Tiny Home
French doors? Built-in bunk beds? Two sinks? We’ll take this swanky container home, please and thanks.
Jamaica Cottage Shop Post and Beam Vermont Cottage
TFW your preferred aesthetic is a Spaghetti Western movie set and you find a tiny home to match it. (Psst: There’s a sleeping loft, people.)
Pre-Fabricated Container Home
Ignore the questionable exterior styling: This place is seriously nice inside. (Check out the entertainment system built-ins.)
Romtec 'The Bird Watcher' Cabin
Paging all budding ornithologists: There’s a highly necessary “bird watching booth” in this precious, 200-square-foot log cabin.
Allwood Eagle Point Cabin Kit
Behold: Your new not-so-tiny home, which features two stories and room enough for three bedrooms—plus kitchen and bath. All you have to do is assemble the thing, which shouldn’t be much harder than an Ikea dresser. Right?