Creative Tiny House – The Cowboy Cottage

This week’s Creative Tiny House comes from Tiny Texas Houses, a Texas-based tiny house building company. Their amazing little homes are built almost completely from salvaged materials and are pre-built in their warehouse then shipped to almost anywhere.

The Cowboy Cottage measures 12′ x 28′ in size and is the full time residence of a young couple and their young son. The cottage has two lofts, each used as a bedroom. It also has two porches. The front porch is used as a small sitting area and the back porch is screened in for some bug-free outdoor time. The one bathroom is a full bath and features a cast iron antique tub.

What strikes me about this home is how such a small home can have such a cozy feel and doesn’t sacrifice comfort for size.

If you are interested in having Tiny Texas Houses build you a home, they can be contacted by phone at (830)-875-2500 or emailed via the form on their website located here.

Here are some photos of The Cowboy Cottage, enjoy.

Do you have a creative tiny house you’d like to share and also get a little recognition for yourself? You can submit it here.

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10 Comments → “Creative Tiny House – The Cowboy Cottage”


  1. Suzi

    Jan 03, 2012

    OH YES!!!!! I could SOOOOO live there…I LOVE the tiny back bedroom and the luscious screen porch!

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  2. Janel

    Jan 03, 2012

    Love it! That looks so cozy and homelike, and plenty of space too.

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  3. Jim

    Jan 03, 2012

    I love this. Outstanding design. It’s one of those places that is larger on the inside than on the outside. :)

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  4. jane O

    Jan 03, 2012

    I LOVE this little cabin…but I would like to see the bathroom! It’s so cozy. Love the bed at the end

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  5. Tina Ronan

    Jan 03, 2012

    I love this little cabin.I wish I could buy it for myself and my little dog Baxter…..

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  6. Liz Garthly

    Jan 07, 2012

    Really like this small home and could see myself living in it:)

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  7. I absolutely love this and all of Tiny Texas Houses.

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  8. Karen

    Jan 17, 2012

    Well the pretty old windows with wavy glass would not be good for cold climates, but they are sweet houses. I think the cheapest one is $30,000 and in my area for that you could buy a bigger house for $15,000 from 1800s, and down size it to a cute little house.

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  9. TR Kelley

    Feb 18, 2012

    Karen; You certainly could buy a much larger old house from the 1800s for half the price of this new/recycled one. But unless you have the tools, the space, the time and the skills, “downsizing it” could re-cost you the half you just “saved”. This one’s already done. :) Wavy glass? Beautiful! Here in the maritime climate of coastal Oregon, for example, we rarely need anything more. Like all projects, customize to fit your climate.

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  10. Paz

    Sep 28, 2013

    i loved this tiny house when we met it in person! the pictures dont make justice to the art that TinyTexas team does! if you think this pictures make you think its “pretty” your eyes will tear and your heart will skip a beat when you see them in person.

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