What if everyone in the United States lived in a tiny home? What would the nation look like without McMansions and ranches and rambling old houses with plenty of space to roam? A tiny home is usually between 100 and 400 square feet, according to the website Tiny Life. So if all households in the U.S.—more than 118 million of them—lived in 250-square-foot tiny homes, clustered together, we would need 1,060 square miles of land. That’s roughly the size of Rhode Island, the smallest state!