The projects that we build at Nook Tiny Homes are as unique as the customers who own them. Over the years, we have been fortunate enough to be a part of some really amazing builds. You’ll notice that we don’t have “models” that we advertise and sell. That’s because each unit is custom built to your specific needs and budget. We’d love the opportunity to dream with you about your build but to get your creativity flowing, check out some of the unique builds we’ve done!


The Flyer

This tiny home was built for a recently engaged Marine aviator who realized that tiny living was a great solution to solving his need to find housing, move all of his things, and then need to do it all over again when he was reassigned.  He could design a home with all the features he wanted, and when he is reassigned, he just has to disconnect his home for the RV pedestal and have it moved to his next assignment.

Tiny House Nation S05 E11

This build was featured on the television show Tiny House Nation. Angle and Ashley built this beautiful home to live in so that they could turn their existing home in to a recovery house for women suffering from substance abuse issues. A beautiful build for an amazing couple with an amazing story.


The Perfect Bite

A food trailer built for a local Austin restauranteur. The interior and exterior of this custom trailer was designed and built exactly to the owners spec and meets all local health and safety regulations.


Marble House Project Artist’s Retreat

This retreat is part of the Marble House Project artist retreat in Vermont, located near one of the handful of regional quarries used to provide marble for many of the monuments in Washington, D.C.

The cabin was built with blocks that had been quarried and that were scattered across the site, were inventoried, and laid out to form  the cabin, outdoor dining and fire pit, and amphitheater.


Waterfall Cabin


Treehouse Cabin


Collector’s Museum Retreat

Built as a place to reflect while surrounded by an extensive collection of local and regional memorabilia, this cabin overlooks the rolling hillsides that spill down towards the horizon.

The families’ heirloom car was converted into a panoramic viewing window for the hills beyond.