Hastings Tiny House


Little bit of tiny house living in Minnesota. This tiny house has some pretty serious r-value.










  • Susan says:

    Very nice! Seems really roomy.

  • Kathy says:

    This to me seems perfect. Is it for sale?

  • I am so interested in tiny house living I am saving so I can have my own tiny house built or buy one already built I can’t wait so excited

  • krow says:

    Nice! Lots of storage space. Nice job!

  • brenda says:

    needs more windows

    • Rebecka says:

      They’re in Hastings, Minnesota, where the average daytime *high* temperature is below freezing 3 months a year, and nights dip to freezing 7 months of the year.
      Windows are your biggest liability for heat loss. Your walls’ r-value is useless if the heat escapes thru glass. You can tell this house is built with cold weather in mind; they talk about the “spray foam insulation floor to ceiling”. It would probably be good in extreme heat, too (like desert living). This definitely isn’t a house for someone in a mild climate. I agree the windows are used sparingly, but I think they cut a good balance for what it’s built to endure.

  • Sandra says:

    I agree with Brenda only 5 small windows in the whole THOW, but it is roomy and well laid out.

  • Janet says:

    Thank you for sharing a tiny house that is actually lived in! Gives a great idea of storage and living space. I love the collapsable counter, and the stool storage. Adorable.

  • Amber C Johnson says:

    Well done! I like the rustic farmhouse look, the large pantry, privacy wall in sleeping area and all of the storage. And it is swell being able to see a tiny home that’s actually being lived in when photographed.

  • Patty says:

    Very nice. But in my imagination I’ve accidentally konked my toes on those stools sticking out a hundred times!!

  • Linda Rea says:

    The ONLY problem I have is lack of windows. Love the bedroom with dual closets and PRIVACY. The downstairs looks very functional and cozy. Great Job!

  • phil says:

    Great layout with interesting finishes. I’d lose that cluttered shelf above the couch and add a couple more windows. And no range hood?

  • Barbara says:

    I love this design…I also like the windows up high to flood the room with light but it keeps people from looking in. Windows are great – but too many windows just give people the option of looking in…so you have to use blinds or curtains for privacy. (that is just my humble opinion)

    I love the panty in the kitchen, the closets, and the stair storage. I also love the color!! Too often it seems that white is the primary color just because it looks bigger. The pops of red and teal are awesome!!

  • Kat says:

    I really want a tiny house. And I’m thinking about retiring in Two Harbors, Mn. But I have no idea what property to look for. Could you give me some suggestions.

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