Huckberry recently profiled Evan Kinsley, an adventurer and building extraordinaire, about his process and slow foray into building his own tiny house, and the photos are spectacular. As an arborist, Kinsley had an eye toward sustainability and so the floor is made either out of inexpensive woods like bamboo and cork, while the rest of the house is built from beetle kill pine (the leftover wood from trees that have been killed by the mountain pine beetle) giving it a unique look. In a house this tiny, aesthetics alone are never enough; everything must have a purpose (and usually multiple purposes).
Kinsley is sort of testing the market to see how these tiny houses will fare (the one pictured is currently for sale), and then hoping to build a couple a year moving forward. Click here for the link and get inspired!