House Porn: Size Doesn't Matter Edition

Adorable, cheap, and green living spaces? Yes, please.
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Living quarters smaller than 1,000 square feet may seem cramped, but the small home movement has a following—and it's growing. Popularity of tiny homes has increased since the housing market crashed—which makes sense, since they cost as little as $30,000. The small spaces made an appearance on HGTV's competition show, "Design Star," last season and are the focus of an upcoming documentary, "Tiny."

Saving money isn't the only positive about living in a tiny house; they're also environmentally friendly. Fewer resources are required to build and maintain these homes—many are designed with salvaged materials and run completely off-grid. What's more, these eight anti-McMansions are adorable, representing only a few of the practically endless possible tiny home designs.