If you're going to live in a tiny home, then you'd better make it good. And cheap. And eco-friendly. And AWESOME.
This is certainly the case with Isabella Mori's 186-square-foot marvel, a tiny home in Vancouver worth studying for its impressive design and functionality. The house, which Mori helped design, has two separate levels with an entryway, a galley kitchen, two closets, a mezzanine workspace, a washroom and an entire wall of slatted windows. The pull-out bed allows even more space for Mori and her two cats to roam.
Oh, and the house cost only about $32,000 to build. Check out some photos below.