This bright, inviting home is one of the tiniest we’ve ever seen

Published: March 14, 2016 · Updated: September 26, 2017

This small space is equally suited as crash pad for day hikes or a cross-country travelling cottage.

We’ve featured tiny, one-room cabins and petite floating cottages, lakeside retreats, and even a trailer home that’s so tiny, it can be pulled by a pick-up truck. Yet one of the smallest homes we’ve come across has got to be Patrick Romero’s 192-square-foot space in Sandy, Utah. From the outside, it looks like a miniature suburban home with its white panelled walls, royal blue doors, and black trim windows. And on the inside, it’s perfectly tailored too. Along with ensuring there was a lot of natural light, Romero chose multifunctional small-scale furniture to keep the home as spacious and uncluttered as possible. Located near the Wasatch mountain range, this would be the perfect crash pad for a hiking retreat. Or, install a pair of wheels and have your own travelling cottage.