Several eclectic and cozy designs are now available for rent from the Live a Little Chatt. company in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Located at the base of Lookout Mountain, the tiny houses are available for rent on Airbnb and give a interesting look into some new designs.
Live a Little Chatt. offers several tiny homes (and a cave house) at the base of Lookout Mountain.
One of the homes, Shangri-Little, has been featured on FYI’s “Tiny House Nation.” Shangri-Little’s tiny neighbors include the Old Blue Chair Tiny House, built by Tennessee Tiny Homes and the red Wandering Gypsy. A larger home, the Bedrock Cave House, is also available for rent.
The Shangri-Little was build on FYI’s “Tiny House Nation”.
The house features cigar box decor and a rooftop deck.
A humidor is located in the house’s kitchen/living area.
A “secret” hobbit door is built into the Shangri-Little’s loft.
The Shangri-Little was built by a hang glider pilot from Georgia (how cool is that?) who wanted to simplify his life. The cigar box inspired house is made from recycled materials. It includes a rooftop deck, a front porch with organic styling, a hidden humidor and a secret hobbit door in the loft.
The Old Blue Chair Tiny House has a reading nook under the stairs and a farm sink in the kitchen.
The reading nook under the stairs also has plenty of storage for books.
The Old Blue Chair Tiny House has two sleeping lofts.
The Old Blue Chair Tiny House has a cottage feel with a unique reading nook under the stairs that lead to the loft. The house can sleep up to six people in the two lofts and on the fold out sofa. In addition, the charming kitchen includes a farm sink and charming accents.
The newest home to Live a Little Chatt. is the Wandering Gypsy.
The Wandering Gypsy is also made of recycled materials and includes a wine barrel shower, cedar countertops and a convertible dining/sleeping/sitting nook.
Live a Little Chatt. was created by Brian Morris and Joe Curro.
Built by Chattanooga entrepreneurs Brian Morris and Joe Curro, Live a Little Chatt. is hoping to be a hub for the tiny house movement in Tennessee.
Photos by Live a Little Chatt.