Published on July 4, 2017

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There’s no better place to find design inspiration than the rabbit hole of Instagram. From mobile tiny homes and traveling campers to perfectly styled California bungalows, here are 12 of our favorite small space living experts to follow right now. See one we missed? Let us know in the comments.

Tiny Canal Cottage

Whitney Leigh Morris’s Venice Beach cottage is one of our all-time favorite tiny homes. It measures only 362 square feet inside, but that certainly doesn’t stop her from designing the perfect, dreamy space for the entire family–complete with romantic patios for relaxing and entertaining. 

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Photography by Rebekah Carey

Bitty Berkeley Bungalow

Rebekah Carey and Alex McNall transformed her grandma’s 200-square-foot garage into a stylish and comfortable living space. The secret to their success is compartmentalization. The couple’s kitchen unit is a fridge, stovetop, and sink all in one and the deskside table doubles as a vintage filing cabinet. 

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The Modern Caravan

Kate Oliver and Ellen Prasse—wives, mamas, artists, professional wanderlusters—spend their days traveling North America and turning Airstreams into chic tiny homes. Get a peek behind the scenes of their projects and follow their journey on Instagram.

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Photography by Tiny House Creative

Tiny House Creative

Creative duo Jeremy Luther and Kendall Quack live in a tiny home that doubles as their studio. They built the entire home themselves, and their constantly improving and updating the space with clever storage hacks and DIYs

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Photography by The Wander Bug

The Wander Bug

Behold: the cutest home-inside-of-an-VW that you’ve ever seen, owned by the fun-loving professional traveler Louis Cole

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Photography by Shavonda Garnder

The Cottage Bungalow

Shavonda Garnder, her wife, and two kids cut their square footage in half to live in a home with more character in Sacramento, California. The couple layers texture and bright colors to give their small space a bohemian feel.

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Photography by Tin Can Homestead

Tin Can Homestead

Never imagined that a vintage 1972 airstream could comfortably house a couple and their two dogs, and look really, really good? Natasha Lawyer and Brett Bashaw successfully transformed their 200-square-foot space from a moldy, gutted trailer into an inviting plant-filled home.

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Photography by @blogsachi

Blog Sachi

Sachi, the “owner” of this Instagram-page, is actually a toddler, who lives in a tiny, Scandavian-style home with her mother. Their space is a warm, cozy combination of monochrome shades.

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Photography by @amagilog via Tiny House

Tiny House

For the ultimate dosage of tiny house inspiration, scroll through the @TinyHouse Instagram page for the most uniquely styled homes you’ve ever seen.

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Photography by 188 Square Feet

188 Square Feet

Kevin & Mandy of 188 Square Feet live and work from the road with their four pets. Their renovated, DIY camper is full of miniature-plants and colorful decor to liven up their small space.

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Photography by Mitch Cox

Mitch Cox

Mitch Cox and his partner, Cleo, make a home in their simple, and cozy camper van and explore the beauty and brilliance of their home country, Australia.

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Photography by The Boat Fam

The Boat Fam

In 2016, the Magdaleins packed up their home and decided to live aboard a 43-foot trawler in the Bahamas full-time with two young boys.


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