We've seen a couple of these incredibly designed tiny houses popping up over the last year and they never cease to amaze me. The stories people have about living in them and the desire to simplify one's lifestyle has great appeal to my nomadic bones, but I particularly wanted to point out this one for both its charming aesthetic and its use of space. This 236-square-foot home is called the Woody by the couple that built it in an attempt to capture the warmth of winter cabin with the charm of a summer home on wheels. What impressed me most is their sacrifice of storage space in exchange for more inviting open spaces (I've written copy for a couple major motorhome companies and this is somewhat taboo). Not to mention that their entire dream home was made for under $50,000.
Read more about the couple and how they actual designed/built the Woody on Dwell.com.