We have that special ‘tiny’ someone on your list covered with our best tiny house gifts in mind. Specializing in gifts for tiny house enthusiasts, owner-builders, and homeowners, giving tiny house gifts comes easy this year with the 2017 Holiday Gift Guide.

How do you buy gifts for those who is downsizing into a tiny house?

  • In the planning stages, books, drawing tools, and informational resources are best.
  • In the building phase, tools, hardware, and appliances are most useful.
  • If they live in a tiny home space saving and organizational items are appreciated.

Books

These are our favorite tiny house books – perfect for those planning and dreaming about their tiny homes. Click the book cover to learn more at Amazon.

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New Release! Perfect addition to a tiny house library. Over 400 Pages.

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Fun for the Kids (and adults too!)

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Collection of floor plans.

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Our favorite how-to book.

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Living the Good Life in Small Spaces

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Collection of creative and inspiring ideas for tiny houses.

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One-stop guide into this innovative concept of minimalist living.

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Collection of homes that are compact and mobile, on wheels or in the water.

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75 builders share their knowledge of building and design.

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Examples of tiny homes under 500 square feet from 150 builders.

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3D Printed Miniatures

Unique Gift – Only Available Here! Ideal gift for those who dream all day about their own tiny home.

These are 1:87 scale miniatures of the Tiny Houses from the book 101 Tiny House Designs: The Ultimate Collection of Tiny House Design, by Michael Janzen. Learn more about our miniatures.

ORDER NOW for Holiday Delivery – Miniatures take about 2-3 weeks for delivery.

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#1 – 12-foot with Vardo inspired roof.

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#19 – 14-foot wedge shed roof with round windows.

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#27 – 16-foot with porch and cross gable roof.

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#51 – 20-foot with dutch gable and shed dormers.

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#73 – 24-foot with side entry, cross gable with shed dormers.

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#77 – 24-foot with shed roof and dramatic windows.

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#79 – 28-foot with tall low gable and clerestory.

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#92 – 32-foot with gambrel roof and pass-through.

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Cordless Power Tools Under $150

For those saving for their own tiny house build, tools are often an expensive but essential part. Show your support for their tiny dreams by filling their toolbox with quality cordless tools.

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Impact driver and drill. Impact drivers are better for driving screws perfectly. When you can pre-drill and drive screws the job becomes much easier and the work more precise.

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Lightweight and amazingly powerful. I have the older 18-volt Dewalt and almost never use my corded Skilsaw anymore.

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Ideal for repairs, rough cuts, and cutting through nails & screws. Essential tool for those reclaiming & recycling building materials.

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Battery powered hand tools need power. Extra batteries waiting for you on the charger keep work moving steadily.

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Handy for almost any cut through thinner materials like plywood and siding. Ideal for curved cuts.

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A drill should probably be the first power tool in any toolbox.

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Impact drivers are best for driving screws to a perfect depth each time.

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Plumbing and wiring jobs almost always need a right angled drill.

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Woodworking Jigs

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Kreg jigs make building cabinetry like tiny house stairs much easier. It’s a simple way to join wood without advanced woodworking skills.

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Lower cost option for getting started with the Kreg joinery system.

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No table saw? No problem. This inexpensive Kreg jig helps guide your saw for strait cuts.

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This low cost Kreg jig helps you drill the precision holes for hidden cabinet hinges – essential for those building their own tiny house cabinets.

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Tiny House on Wheels Essentials

When your house has wheels you have some unique homeowner needs.

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This odd looking contraption allows you to position your tiny house in a tight space without needing to connect it to a truck.

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Secure your tiny house hitch to prevent tiny house theft. It’s rare, but happens.

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Level your tiny house and chock your wheels at the same time.

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Heavy duty leveling jacks for when you need more lift.

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