Although tiny homes are typically defined as structures that are smaller than 400 square feet, no two tiny houses are the same. People are also living tiny in yurts, RVs, and school buses.
The owners of these varying structures transform their small spaces into luxury, cozy, and modern homes. As citizens of the world, these tiny house owners are part of a movement that prioritizes minimalism, home decor, and an adventurous lifestyle.
Take a look at some of these perfectly decorated tiny homes and meet the people who call them home.
Zac and Katie told Insider they wanted to “break the cycle” of just working to pay for rent, as Zac put it, and building the small structure on property Katie owned in a rural suburb of New Mexico was the most efficient way to do it.