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William Woodbridge is an Australian university design student who decided to protest high rent and absurd fines by building a floating teepee on a lake and living in it!

Protest? Why? Well… The student was living on campus at the school when another organization took over the accommodations and increased rent by 30 to 50%, according to this article. In addition, William accidentally set off an alarm while cooking and was fined an additional $380. With not enough money to pay, this situation left him homeless. After living out of his car for a while, he decided to creatively take matters into his own hands. And this is the result.

College Student Builds Floating Teepee

College Student Builds Floating Teepee

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If you live in a tiny house and love to go all out for Christmas, or if you know somebody who does, please read on.

I’ve been contacted by the casting producers with Loud TV who work with FYI’s Tiny House Nation to help them find the right people for their upcoming Christmas television special.

So if you’re interested, or if you know someone who is, please pass this along to them or learn more and get in touch with casting below if you’d like to be on the show. Learn more below! Thank you!

Related: How To Create a Delightful Christmas in a Tiny House

Now Casting: Tiny House Nation Christmas Special

Now Casting For Tiny House Nation Christmas Special

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This young family decided to design and build their own tiny house for vacations to avoid expensive resorts for good.

Now Hristina Hristova and her family have a peaceful and affordable way to enjoy the outdoors and get away from the everyday grind without having to spend a fortune on hotels.

The result is a sleek yet functional design that’s wonderful on the eyes and minimalist in nature. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Family Designs/Builds Amazing Tiny House for Vacations

Family Designs/Builds Amazing Tiny Vacation House

Images © Deyan Tomov/Koleliba

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This is a 225 sq. ft. little red cottage on a farm near the eastern shore of Virginia.

You’ll find it’s nestled between farm fields, woods, a salt marsh, and a creek, which makes it a wonderful retreat and a great tiny house vacation. When you go inside you’ll find that the cottage functions like a studio with an open living area, kitchenette, dining table, arm chair, bunk beds, and a bathroom.

How’d you like to take some time off in this little house? Better yet, can you see yourself living tiny (full time) in it? Let us know in the comments below and either way please enjoy, learn more and re-share below. Thank you!

225 Sq. Ft. Little Red Cottage on a Farm

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This is a 204 sq. ft. climbing gym tiny house built by Wishbone Tiny Homes in North Carolina. This tiny home on wheels has even been featured on the popular TV show Tiny House Nation on the FYI Network.

From the outside you’ll immediately notice the deck, sliding glass doors, and abundance of windows which give plenty of natural light inside. Once you go inside, you’ll find just about everything you’d see in a regular home… A living room with a couch, kitchen, washer/dryer, bathroom, and two upstairs lofts. Please enjoy the tour, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

204 Sq. Ft. Climbing Gym Tiny House

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Images © Wishbone Tiny Homes/Tiny House Nation

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This is a 144 sq. ft. tiny house in Guemes Island, WA. And if you’ve ever wanted to test drive tiny house living pack your bags because this tiny house is available to rent on Airbnb and it looks like a great place to relax while trying out tiny living.

When you go inside this tiny house you’ll be surprised how much space you have. There are two lofts, a kitchen, living room, bathroom, and outdoor deck. The kitchen comes equipped with a mini fridge, 2-burner stove top, toaster oven, coffee maker, French press and all the plates, pots, pans, silverware, and mugs you need to prepare and enjoy your meals.

Would you take a vacation in this tiny house? Let us know what you think in the comments below and either way please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

144 Sq. Ft. Tiny House on Guemes Island, WA

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This is a 938 sq. ft. off grid beach cottage for sale that is only accessible by boat on Keewaydin Island in Southwest Florida. If you include the outdoor porch living space there’s a total living area of 1,238 sq. ft.

The artisan built cottage has been featured on Bob Vila and previously owned and occupied by Florida artist Paul Arsanault.

This cottage is nestled on 1.8 acres and has direct access to the Gulf of Mexico. The secluded cottage offers stunning waterfront views, beach frontage and a private boat dock!

As you arrive by boat you take a short walk up the broad walk to enter the cottage. You’ll notice a large screen enclosed porch that has a relaxing lounge area and built in bar. What a great spot to enjoy a tropical cocktail while gazing out over the beach, right?

Inside the cottage there is a spacious kitchen for cooking your catch of the day and a large dining area that opens up to the screened-in porch so you can enjoy the ocean breeze with no mosquitos while eating and relaxing. The bedroom also has views of the beach and also has large screened enclosed windows so you can feel as if you were sleeping right on the beach!

How would you like to live in this eco friendly off grid beach cottage?  Well, it’s currently for sale with a asking price of $599,000 and is just a short boat ride to beautiful Naples, Florida. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!

938 Sq. Ft. Little Marco Beach Cottage

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