Bigger doesn't always mean better. More often than not, small houses are cozier and more comfortable to live in than most ridiculously enormous mansions. They give you this very homely feeling that makes you want to stay in all day long.
Like everything else, these small houses have pros and cons. What can I say, there's always two sides to a coin. One of the biggest and most obvious down sides to getting a tiny home is that you will not have the luxury to waste space. You have to think of brilliant and practical ways to store your things without eating up too much space. Otherwise, the once beautiful tiny house would transform into an uncomfortable cramped up place. Another thing worth thinking about, which is still related to space, by the way, is the fact that small homes can only accommodate a limited number of people. So yes, this is best for people who prefer to spend time alone or with the company of a friend or two.
Moving on to the brighter side of things, tiny houses are incredibly easy to clean and maintain. They don't cost too much which means you will definitely save a lot. You can splurge on other things like that mouth-watering gourmet meal you have been dying to taste or book a flight to Spain, or Greece, or wherever you want to go - that you can afford, of course.
Mansions may be beautiful, and may serve well as a status symbol but they will never be as warm and cozy as these beautiful tiny houses here. If you don't believe me, you might want to take a look at the photos of these picturesque houses in the link to 'Tiny House Swoon' below. They may be tiny but they are truly magnificent. What did I say? Bigger doesn't always mean better.