Tiny homes are having a serious moment — and some are back in stock for the holidays. Whether you want an instant guest room behind your 'normal' house, a home office that's separate from your living quarters or you need to seriously downsize, tiny homes are where it's at. There are even a bunch of reality shows dedicated to the phenomenon. Well, it turns out that you don't have to hire a special contractor to build your pint-sized abode — you can just pick one up at Amazon. That's right: The mega-retailer is selling tiny home kits, delivering your new dream house right to your door. The structures are available starting at just under $3,000, which is pretty impressive, but they tend to sell out fast, so snap 'em up while you can.
What's a better holiday gift to your family than a new home, even if it is tiny? You can add one to your shopping cart right now.
This cool-looking modular building has a little of everything, including a kitchen, bathroom and balcony, giving you the comforts of home in a tiny package. Cool detailing on the doors and windows give it elevated style.
Got "Little House on the Prairie" dreams? This tiny farmhouse will make them come true. It features a 20' x 14' main dwelling with an expansive (by tiny-home standards) 4'-deep covered porch. Set out a rocker and enjoy the view.
And if you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)
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