Important Announcement: Tiny Texas Houses Builds the final 10 houses

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In A Nutshell:

UPDATE 2/20/13:

We have had 6 orders for houses in the last week. That means we have only 4 spots left for orders before being booked for the remainder of the year, after which we will end custom building of our Tiny Houses. Please contact us for your last chance to have your very own custom built tiny house. We thank everyone for the response, kind words, and support we have received since making our decision to discontinue our custom building. With love…

                                          – Brad Kittel and the Tiny Texas Team


Tiny Texas Houses is now accepting reservations for the last 10 custom houses we will ever build.

Over the course of this year Tiny Texas Houses will be transitioning our operation into a retail outlet for salvage materials, the development of the SalvageFaire Market, and construction of our Tiny House Village.

With this transition comes the end of us building custom ordered houses. Now is your last chance to have your very own, custom designed Tiny House from our “Final 10 house series.” 

We have mastered the craft of building Tiny Houses over the course of our 6 years in existence. We plan to make these final 10 houses the most artistic and unique creations ever to celebrate our 90 house mark.

As it stands, we have built 74 houses throughout the course of our business. We have 8 custom house orders scheduled for construction. Completing these houses will take us into the spring and summer. The final 10 houses series will be built out over the remainder of this year and into the beginning of 2014. That will bring us to a total of 90 houses.

The last 10 houses that will reach us to our 100 house mark will be exclusively for our Tiny Texas Houses Village and will not be custom built, rather designed by Brad Kittel himself to create the most unique and artistic small house community ever seen!

We thank you for all your support throughout the years. We are downsizing our operation and selling parts off our properties as we scale back and devote our energies into what we have always set out to do…build a Tiny Texas Houses Village.

To reserve your spot to have a custom built house please sign up now! The spaces will fill up quick so remember this is your last chance to get your very own, uniquely designed Tiny Texas Houses.

Go to our contact page to send us an email with order requests or feel free to give us a call!


15 Responses to Important Announcement: Tiny Texas Houses Builds the final 10 houses

  1. Jason

    Hi Team,

    Small typo in the opening line:
    “Tiny Texas Houses is now excepting reservations for the last 10 custom houses we will ever build.”

    should read:

    “Tiny Texas Houses is now accepting reservations for the last 10 custom houses we will ever build.”

    All the best and good luck!

    February 15, 2013
  2. Rosemary Vandello

    NOOOO! I’m driving down from Dallas tomorrow to tour the homes and planned on ordering one! Please tell me there is still some time?

    February 15, 2013
  3. Amy

    Aaaaaaagggghhhhh, I just found you guys!&;/!# Your houses are soooo beautiful, good luck with your future plans, LOVE your houses and your passion:)

    February 15, 2013
  4. jame

    I made arrangements to meet Mr. Kittel two summers ago to purchase or order a house while on my way back to Louisiana from New Mexico. He didn’t show up, and though I got to talk with the fellow who I believe designed and mostly built the essay house, I was very disappointed. The little houses are lovely, but from the descriptions of how they’re being used, they are more like toys for the wealthy than a solution for someone trying to rebuild a place to live.

    February 16, 2013
  5. Kat Norelli

    How do I sign up to order! Any of the 10 left???

    February 17, 2013
  6. Patricia

    Are you taking any orders? Are you selling any of the10? What about the vendors? How long is your Market going to be open? Daily, or Monthly, like Canton? How does someone become a Vendor?

    February 18, 2013
  7. Karen Luerssen

    I am sooo sad to see you go, your homes are so beautiful and creative, wish I could afford one! Good luck in your new venture!

    February 20, 2013
  8. Rob Reacer

    Hi again Brad, I talked with you today and was over whelmed, to say the least. I understand you are over whelmed, too. I would like very much to join your instructional classes. If you set out again on a salvage adventure I would like to go. As a volunteer or paying participant. Maybe doing instructional video or t.v. Would be more to your liking. We need to leave something behind for posterity. Even if it’s on mass media. I’d pay for a videos series on pure salvage building technic such as yours… I still believe if they can have a t. V. Series like ” this old house” they can have a t. V. Series on ” pure salvage building”. Your a good host for such a show…..from the ground up. May you have many blessings in your new endeavors. Rob

    February 21, 2013
  9. Anyone interested in seeing the amazing house Brad built for my wife and I can do so by visiting our blog on

    What Brad builds goes far beyond being just a home. His work is a creation of space so sacred and rare, filled with healing energy, and something that can only be found with the desire to experience living in a spirit-guided way.

    Brad, whatever you do will be right for you and for our world. You are guided by Spirit and our world is a better place because of your being here.

    Margaret and I thank you, and do so often, as we enjoy the sanctuary you helped us create, as we start each day in our tiny house with prayers of thanks and healing for our Earth home and all her occupants.


    February 23, 2013
  10. Sheree Rabe

    How do I order and find out about pricing?

    March 2, 2013
  11. Lucy

    Sitting here in Yorkshire I’m a long way from Texas, but I’ve loved seeing your adventures in building and have been truly inspired by the beauty of your work and materials.
    The curved loft edges and stair / ladder designs are my favourite features.
    You’ve turned the luck of a beautiful wooden housing heritage into the most amazing new and useable designs. Thank you for sharing your houses with such enthusiasm and the best of luck for your next adventure x

    March 4, 2013
  12. Peggy

    Brad, you have opened my eyes to what can be, and should be done, in our country to reuse our resources and you do it with such class. Please mentor as many as you can to follow in your footsteps. As an old lady it makes me sad to see the waste and lack of pride in so much of what we do these days. Good job in opening some eyes, please continue to spread the message.

    March 4, 2013
  13. Gerri Elise McCulloh

    I met Brad a year ago and toured his tiny homes. I had hoped to study this operation, write a dissertation on his operation, and eventually design a home of my own with Brad. His commitment to salvaged sustainability has inspired me to share his vision with anyone interested. Many have expressed awe and wonder at Brad’s vision.

    I had hoped to sell my condo and design/purchase a Tiny Texas house when I finished my PhD, but delays have meant my timeline is off. I do so wish I could manage one of the last slots! I just don’t know how.

    I am sad to learn about the last ten houses, but I wish Brad all the best! I know his commitment is to building a community of sustainability, with people from all walks of life contributing to the dream.

    All the best Brad!

    March 6, 2013
  14. Please tell us what, when, where, etc. of you planned ‘Tiny House Village’ – thanks ! Per our web site, , we are planning a ‘tiny house village’ on a private island in Vava’u, Tonga, The South Pacific. About 8 lots still remain out of 89 originally offered…..just US$5,000. each, sold in pairs.

    March 16, 2013
  15. Diana S. Metzler

    I can’t afford the move but I have to tell you I really love the little lime green house, I pinned it to my Pinterest page. My brother lives down there in Dallas. I would love to have that little green house here in Northern Indiana.

    April 28, 2013