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8 Best Tiny Homes at Home Depot

Dec 24, 2023Dec 24, 2023

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The tiny houses on Home Depot can make the biggest home renovation you'll tackle this year incredibly easy to pull off. The major retailer sells modern prefabricated tiny houses, frames, and sheds that you can transform into the backyard getaway of your dreams. Gone are the days of obsessing over tiny houses from afar! With the practically endless resources you can find at Wayfair, Lowe's, and Amazon as well, homeowners have all the supplies they need to build something new on their property, whether they've got hands-on experience renovating or want to get their hands dusty for the first time.

But before you rush to break ground, be sure to check your local zoning guidelines and restrictions. As tempting as it is to click "Order Now," getting the proper approval for your project is a crucial step in the building process. (A tiny house won't feel so tiny if the one you pick isn't allowed and you end up needing to send it back.) When your permits have been approved, you'll need a concrete slab or foundation, then the building fun can begin.

Home Depot's tiny houses range from about $4,000 to $40,000, depending on the unit's size, features, and assembly requirements. We searched the site high and low to find the most contemporary tiny homes to elevate your property. These Home Depot tiny houses make an ideal Airbnb rental or guesthouse, but they're so alluring you'll be tempted to move in yourself. You're one step closer to living large without going over your budget.

You'll inspire your guests to take notes and follow suit after you build this tiny wonder in under a week! With three windows, a double door, and a side entrance, this precut gem of suburbia lets in plenty of light while offering privacy.

Your home office will fit easily within these sturdy steel-framed walls. While it doesn't include all the trimmings (doors, windows, and electrical and plumbing fixtures aren't included), the pre-assembled kit is the perfect blank slate to share with your contractor. What it does come with can help expedite their job: a stamped certificate from a professional engineer, calculations that meet your location's building codes, and construction plans.

With 11 windows and a design-forward roofline, this multipurpose tiny house rivals a vacation home in Cape Cod. It's also quite easy to assemble, with precut wood and two sets of operable windows. Paint the siding crisp white or classic navy to bring that New England beach aesthetic to your backyard.

This preassembled steel-framed guesthouse features one bedroom (a definite upgrade from the futon in your living room) and is large enough to customize with a bathroom and kitchen. When you're done building the unit, you can use it to host visiting family and friends or rent it. The kit includes a stamped certificate from a professional engineer, calculations that meet your location's building codes, and construction plans.

Your guests will fall in love with this tiny home's colonial charm. Featuring gable windows, double doors, and a full second-floor loft with four to six feet of headroom, it's a spacious addition for multigenerational families. The walls are pre-primed for painting. Just add your own shingles, paint color choices, and finishes to give it personality—or match it to your primary residence.

Look no further for flex space. This 140-sq.-ft. studio space is the ultimate tiny house—and we mean tiny. Whether you're looking for a cozy spot to lounge and catch up on your favorite shows or a reliably quiet setup for Zoom meetings, this steel-frame tiny house is a durable, eco-friendly addition that's worth the investment.

We found the ultimate staycation destination for small but growing families: This split-level tiny home cottage with two bedrooms, a play area, and a kitchenette. Spiral stairs lead up to a full bath. It's got so much room to spread out, your kids may never outgrow it.

This preassembled ADU (that's accessory dwelling unit) proves you don't have to move to make your West Coast dreams come true. Whether you put it to use as an epic she-shed or a bachelor pad, this mod 240 sq. ft. steel frame will make you and your yard look good. Its sleek front porch is ready for a stylish chaise—are you?

Medgina Saint-Elien covers everything your home needs. She writes about exciting new product launches, hands-on reviews, and the "lightbulb" moments in every maker's story. In overseeing key HB editorial franchises, including the Live Better Awards, Saint-Elien champions the work of BIPOC entrepreneurs in the design and beauty industries. In addition to House Beautiful, her work has been published in Byrdie, Snapchat, and more. Outside of work, the writer and poet can be found documenting her travels on social media and saving memes for future use.

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