HOME Depot has started catering to those looking to make their little journey home.
As rental prices rise and sustainability becomes more important, more and more people are choosing to convert small apartments into their permanent homes.
While some people have converted buses, sheds, trailers, and RVs into tiny homes, Home Depot is now selling its very own DIY tiny homes.
One of the models has a porch and double French doors.
The Nordic J68 is one of many tiny houses available at Home Depot starting at $51,399.
While it can be used to provide buyers with more space such as a detached office, hobby area or pool house, it can also be used as living space.
The log garden shed kit creates an area of 60 square meters that you can build yourself.
According to his Creatorit’s “an easy weekend project to add more usable space to any home.”
The kit can be delivered to your doorstep in just a few weeks and thanks to the short construction time you can imagine moving in very soon.
The cabin kit features a modern roof design made from a strong roof system that offers 112 inches of headroom.
It features interlocking kiln dried wall logs and the roof construction is three quarter inch thick tongue and groove planks.
Whilst roofing material and flooring are not included, they are ready to install on your chosen foundation.
It can be built on a block of wood or made portable by erecting it on a skid foundation.
A diagram of the cabin shows what buyers could do with the space.
It showcases two outdoor seating areas on the lanai, with large double doors allowing plenty of light into the space.
Inside there is a three person sofa, a somewhat separate office and a bar seating area in the spacious kitchen.
There is also a small table for four people in the corner of the property.
The bathroom, meanwhile, has a toilet, shower stall and sink with plenty of storage space on the walls and in cabinets.
There is even space for a double bedroom with its own double door and wardrobe.
Insulation packs for 100mm are available from Hud 1 Buildings at an additional cost.
The wall insulation package brings the kit price to $61,000, while the roof insulation is $56,000 and the wall/roof package brings the total cost to $66,000.
Tiny homes are growing in popularity in the United States as an affordable alternative to traditional homes or apartments.
As utility and rent costs fall, they are particularly popular as inflation rates are high and the cost of living is rising.
A Florida couple built their dream tiny home in two years to simplify their lifestyle.