Home & Design | September 12, 2016 9:00 am

Tiny Homes Are Starting to Look Ridiculously Spacious

How do they even do it?

When the folks at Alabama Tiny Homes were drawing up plans for their latest creation, the Freedom Home, they didn’t leave enough room for a big-screen television, like some others.

They left enough space for two of ’em.

Built on a custom 28-foot trailer, the 304-square-foot Freedom’s model features a kitchen with a fold-out dining table, a decent-sized living room area with a custom sofa bed and a 47-inch LCD television on its main level … as well as a 32-inch TV in its lofted sleeping area.

In addition to the television, the loft contains a double bed and skylight, while the main floor houses the tiny home’s spacious bathroom, some storage areas and even a walk-in closet.

From the framing to the roofing and siding to the plumbing and electrical wiring, AL Tiny Homes handled every aspect of the turnkey-ready build, some of their most impressive work to date.

“Housing prices are outrageous,” notes a company sales pitch. “Energy bills are constantly increasing. You shouldn’t have to live paycheck to paycheck. You should just be able to live.” 

The Freedom sold for $57k, but consultations are complimentary — what do you have to lose?