Lifestyle Home Amazon's Viral DIY Tiny House That's Been Sold Out for Months Is Back in Stock Hurry and get one before it's gone again By Madison Roberts and Alex Warner Alex Warner Instagram Website Alex Warner is the senior celebrity and entertainment writer and strategist for People.com with over 5 years of experience. She covers a wide range of shopping-focused topics, such as how to get celebrity looks for less, the best deals and sales online, products trending on social media, and new brand launches. She also dives deep into data reports to strategize future content opportunities.Alex's writing spans across multiple verticals including fashion, beauty, home, and lifestyle and she has covered celebrity news, awards shows, and live events such as the royal wedding. She has also interviewed celebrities including Anna Faris, Dakota Johnson, Vanessa Hudgens, and Rita Ora.Alex lived in New York for 3 years and now resides on the sunny West Coast with her husband and Golden Retriever. People Editorial Guidelines Published on January 10, 2020 04:35 PM Share Tweet Pin Email We independently research, test, review, and recommend the best products—learn more about our process. If you buy something through our links, we may earn a commission. Nowadays, you can get pretty much anything your heart desires on Amazon. So it comes as no surprise that you can even buy a tiny home from the site — yes, really! The Allwood Solvolla Studio Cabin Kit went viral when it was first discovered online last May, catching so many people’s attention that it sold out in less than a week. But luckily, the popular DIY tiny house just got restocked! The kit comes with everything you need to create a 172-square-foot home in your backyard, including step-by-step building instructions. It can be used as a potting shed, pool house, home office, or even a guest home for friends and family to stay. Half of its square footage is indoors, while the remaining 86 square feet is an outdoor covered patio for a kitchen set-up or al fresco dining. According to the listing on Amazon, all of the building materials are included in the $7,350 price tag. However, if you want to add electricity or other utilities to the tiny home, that’s an added expense not included with the wooden structure Amazon Buy It! Allwood Solvolla 172-Square-Foot Studio Cabin Kit, Garden House, $7,350; amazon.com If you’re looking to build one in your backyard, you may want to grab a friend, as the product description estimates it will take almost a full day of work for two adults to put it together. An illustration included in the listing shows that you’ll also need to create a foundation. But don’t go renting a digger just yet: A concrete slab or a gravel-and-wood beam base are also options. Joanna Gaines Gets Candid About the ‘Underlying Dread’ She Felt While Flipping Her First Fixer Uppers — How She Beat It Amazon Should the popular model sell out again — or if the minimal style just doesn’t suit you — there are a number of similar tiny home offerings on Amazon, including this smaller wood cabin that’s nearly a whopping $2,000 off right now. Allwood’s Sommersby 174-Square-Foot Garden House kit is another suitable sub, with its slightly more enclosed style and peaked roof. This tiny house is made of Nordic spruce and covered in tongue-and-groove planks, providing a look that’s more, well, house-like. Similarly to the Solvolla model, everything you need comes in the crate, and two DIY-savvy adults should be able to assemble it in one day. Amazon Buy It! Allwood Sommersby 174-Square-Foot Garden House Kit, $8,560; amazon.com Whether you’re looking for a fun DIY project for the new year or need a place for the in-laws to stay, head on over to Amazon and add a tiny house to your cart stat! Do you love a good deal? Sign up for PEOPLE’s Shopping newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest sales from your favorite brands, plus celebrity fashion, home decor and more.