Yes, the rumors are true: You really can buy tiny houses on Amazon—actual homes with walls, ceilings, floors, and the like. And before you dismiss the whole thing as a silly fad, we're here to tell you that those houses are actually worth your money. Beyond the walls and ceilings, these humble abodes are actually (dare we say it?) really beautiful too. Some are even prettier and more lovely-looking than the homes and apartments in which we currently reside! Whether you've thought about owning a tiny house for years (hello, cozy little mountain cottage of your dreams!) or have only just been introduced to the mind-bogglingly wonderful concept, it may be time to take the tiny home trend seriously. They may be teeny-tiny, but believe it or not, these pint-sized homes do boast quite a bit of proportional space. Relatively speaking, at least, they're pretty roomy, featuring normal-sized doors and windows, generous ceiling heights and some fun rustic details too. Wraparound porches, rustic wood paneling, and barn-style roofs are just the start of all the miniaturized fun. Oh, and they come with everything you and your family might need to downsize and move to your favorite U.S. destination. Road trip, anyone?
This garden house is made from high-quality wood and features a chic, modern exterior. Though assembly requires careful attention, it can be completed in just one day by a few adults, and only a few important tools are needed. Learn more about this fun house here.
We just love the lakeside, summery look of this cabin, and the cheerful yellow exterior is just the icing on top. Large windows allow for ample light exposure, while the interior offers a full 162 square feet of space. The best part? This beauty ships in just a week.
It's a little more expensive, sure, but we think the Allwood Ranger Cabin is worth its price tag. Just look at that exterior! Inside, you'll find a 259-square-foot main floor and a spacious 168-square-foot loft.
This mini home offers clear, precise instructions and is remarkably easy to assemble. It's a safe and environmentally-friendly option.
As if this pretty red-roofed cabin wasn't already enough to make your heart swoon all on its own, get this: You can add or delete rooms or even change room sizes with this model.
We're pretty smitten with this rustic-chic cabin. But don't just take our word for it: "We love it," claims one happy customer in a review on Amazon. "It was exactly as expected. The quality was fantastic. The delivery was very smooth, and professional. All the pieces were hand checked for damage as they were unloaded. It was easy to put together."
This sweet cottage looks like it was plucked right out of the set of The Parent Trap. It's ideal for use as an artist's studio, a summer camp cabin, or simply for living in all the time. A corrugated metal roof, barn sash windows, and a thick pine door are just a few of the gorgeous features included here (a porch, loft, and loft ladder also come with it).
Not only is this home a clear choice simply because of its sophisticated, no-frills look, it may also be one of the safer options. It's well-insulated and reportedly fire-proof.
Offering a uniquely elevated vantage point, this garden house sits on wheels and is easy to assemble. (A sister model offers nearly the same style, just without the wheels.)
It's more of a shed than a home, but this far less expensive alternative to the other homes on our list still has several of the amenities you'd need to live comfortably: shatterproof windows, corner shelves, steel wall supports, and a high-pitched roof. The locking doors are reinforced with steel.
This 320-square-foot abode has it all: a bedroom, shower, toilet, sink, kitchenette, living area, appliances, heating, and air conditioning. But the best part might just be those charming french doors, which let in plenty of natural light.
What this two-story house lacks insulation (you'll have to install your own), it makes up for in space. It features 712 square feet downstairs and 396 square feet upstairs, giving you plenty of room for your stuff (and privacy from any housemates).
You'll probably want to spend most of your time outside this one-bedroom, one-bath 399-square-foot home, because that cute front porch is completely irresistible.
If this teeny 483-square-foot home isn't exactly what you want, you can always customize the kit to add or eliminate rooms on the first floor or loft area.
With a spacious loft, living room, kitchenette, bathroom, and wraparound porch, you'll have plenty of room for yourself a few visitors.
This one-bedroom, one-bath bungalow has everything you need to create a cozy 399-square-foot home in your getaway location of choice.
This two-floor, 725-square-foot cabin is the perfect woodsy escape for families who love a good adventure in the great outdoors.
Ready to set up camp near your favorite lake or beach? This 244-square-foot rustic stunner, complete with a sleeping loft, is ready to house your entire family (though you'll have to add insulation if you're building in a cold-weather region).
This quaint 451-square-foot cottage, covered in beautiful Nordic Spruce panels, offers a roomy bathroom and sleeping loft.
You'll have to add plumbing and a bathroom to this barn-style home to make it livable, but we think this two-floor beauty is worth a little bit of extra work.