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This is a beautiful cottage in Washington state called the Beltane Cottage.

Take a long stone pathway through surrounding gardens and you’ll find yourself at the entrance to this light orange cottage and it’s cranberry red door. There’s a small porch by the front door made of rustic wood for sitting and enjoying the outdoors. The 961 square feet cottage includes a one car garage and the house is one of the Greenwood Avenue Cottages, so you’ll be surrounded by other beautiful homes and wonderful landscaping.

When you go inside, you’ll find an open floor plan complete with tall white ceilings and a large skylight. There’s a loft area for guests and seating, but downstairs includes an office space and built-in cabinets for books and knick-knacks. The kitchen has fun black, green and white tiled floors, full-size kitchen appliances, and a wonderful breakfast nook with a bay of windows. The living area includes pine flooring, a wood-burning stove, and couches and chairs for relaxing. Upstairs houses the bedroom and bathroom, also featuring pine flooring and beautiful white-washed walls.

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Little Beltane Cottage at Greenwood Avenue Cottages in Shoreline, WA

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This is a gorgeous Kvale Hytte Cottage in the middle of a luxurious garden.

Outside, you’ll notice a rustic split-rail fence portioning off a lush garden. The creamy yellow board and batten exterior are complimented by white trim and a burnt orange door welcomes visitors. Modern wicker furniture sits on the large front porch overlooking the rest of the Conover Commons Pocket Community.

When you go inside, you’ll see a bright white open floor plan home with beautiful pine floors. Light gray furniture and a cozy wood burning stove sit in the living area which is lit up with plenty of natural light from skylights. The kitchen includes a full stove, dishwasher, and refrigerator, as well as a large island for extra counter space. There is a window-encased breakfast nook with views of the garden. The master bedroom leads to a back porch through glass sliders. The spa-style master bathroom features the same clean white color scheme. Take the stairs to the loft, where you’ll find another bedroom with skylights and two twin beds, an office space overlooking the main living area of the cottage, and another luxurious bathroom.

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Kvale Hytte Cottage at Conover Commons Pocket Community

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This is one man’s fantastic school bus-turned-DIY-motorhome.

From the outside, you can see vestiges of the house’s former life as a vehicle for transporting students, but the exterior of the bus has been painted burgundy. The body of the van has been enveloped in wood-siding to give a more “house-like” look and feel. The coolest part of this bus transformation? It runs off of vegetable oil!

When you go inside, you’ll find beautiful fir floors and an entirely wooded home. The roof has been cut off of the bus, allowing for a 2×4 construction house with a taller ceiling to be built in its place. The bus includes a wood stove and right next to the home’s heating source is a door that leads below the bus where he can load wood from the outside to fuel the fire. During the winter, he heats his house and water with an antique-looking oven, but during the summer, he has a smaller stove and oven that runs off propane. He has a typical RV water tank system, with grey water going into one tank and black water into the other. His stand-up shower has a beautiful pebble floor and a skylight for brightness. Watch the video below for more details!

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Man Converts School Bus into a DIY Motorhome

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Tumbleweed homes are always a popular choice for tiny home enthusiasts and Ariel’s Fy Nyth home shows us why.

Outside, you’ll notice an all-weather house, encapsulated in horizontal grey siding with black trimmed windows. The house is entirely off-the-grid and features solar panels for power. It’s nestled among the trees in Wyoming where Ariel lives.

When you go inside, you’ll find the entire inside of the house lined with gorgeous pine. Ariel has an L-shaped couch in one corner that can double as a guest bed, as well as stairs that double as storage – there’s a drawer in ever step! Because she loves to cook, there’s a full stove and open shelf to store every pot and pan you can imagine. The bathroom includes a shower that Ariel uses as a closet because she prefers to shower at the gym, as well as a composting toilet. Just climb up the stairs and find a full bed tucked behind walls, as well as her house plants and a chest for more storage. Check out her video below for a full tour!

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Ariel’s Fy Nyth Tumbleweed Tiny House on Wheels

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Ever dream of having a tiny home on your own homestead where you can grow your own food? Then you’ll love this “Our Tomorrow” property.

Outside, you’ll notice the first cabin has rustic tree trunk pillars supporting a generous deck off the front of this tiny home. The vertical wood siding is painted a light green that blends in with the surrounding foliage. The second cabin is light grey with a traditional gable roof.

When you go inside the first cabin, you’ll find a futon, antique oil lantern, bead board walls and open shelving in the kitchen. A study nook in the corner includes a small desk and chair, as well as an assortment of shelving for organization. The sleeping area includes two bunk beds and a larger cabinet for clothing and other storage. The inside of the second cabin has a crisp, clean feel, including natural wood bead board and cream walls. There’s also a third trailer-style home on the property.

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DIY Tiny Cabin on a Homestead

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Images © Denny Henke via Our Tomorrow and Flickr

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This is a beautiful tiny coastal cottage in Canada you can rent on Airbnb for around $140/night.

Outside, you’ll notice a simple 600 square foot cottage encased in pine shakes and a metal roof. A gravel driveway leads up to the home’s small porch and sharp black door.

When you go inside, you’ll find an open-floor plan, with kitchen and living area in one room. The cream walls contrast with the grey accents in the counter top, rug, and couch. You’ll also find a flat-screen TV and WiFi for all your entertainment needs, as well as large pieces of artwork that add a pop of color to the soothing pallet. Step into the bedroom and find a large, spacious place to relax. The bathroom has a great tile and glass shower, as well as a beautiful vanity.

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Tiny Coastal Cottage in Canada

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Images © Margit & Stuart via Airbnb
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This is a tiny treehouse cottage in the woods of Millers Creek, NC that will make all your childhood dreams comes true.

Outside, you’ll see a two-story home painted yellow with fun bright blue trim. The house surrounds a living tree on the edge of the forest and has a wonderful porch area overlooking a lake and the valley.

When you go inside, you’ll find a tree branch winding through the living area right next to the couch. There’s a small table and two chairs on the wooden floors and a corner kitchen complete with shelving, sink, microwave, hot plate and fridge. Step into the beautiful bathroom that includes a large tiled shower and toilet, as well as a vintage washbasin and pitcher. Climb the ladder to the second floor where you’ll find a double bed. Love it? You can rent the space for $49/night from Airbnb.

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Tiny Treehouse Cottage in the Woods

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Images © Henry via Airbnb

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This is a chic and practical Domino Loft Tiny Apartment built by ICOSA in San Francisco.

This is a small condo that packs everything you need into a very tiny and versatile space. The inside is a cube of possibilities, with kitchen, dining, and even a guest room created from concrete panels, wood slats, and metal work. Inside the main living area, you’ll find a couch bench, pull-up table, and even a Murphy bed for guests. Climb up the ladder to the loft and main queen-sized bed. The main wall of the Domino includes built-in storage for clothing, hats and shoes. There’s a computer, whiteboard wall and more to enjoy in a modern and cool color pallet.

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Multi-functional Domino Loft Tiny Apartment

Multi-functional Domino Loft Tiny Apartment

Images © Brian Flaherty via ICOSA Design and Contemporist

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This is a 20′ modern, off-grid tiny house on wheels for sale built using structurally insulated panels (SIP’s).

Outside, you’ll see it has a modern look and feel with a sliding glass door.

When you go inside, you’ll find a one-level floor plan with a pull-out bed, kitchen, washer/dryer, bathroom, and living area.

This tiny home is available for sale with an asking price of $42,000. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Modern, Off-Grid Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

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