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The Shebeen is a tiny Irish Pub on wheels that was built using a 30-year-old caravan.

Now it’s a tiny replica of a traditional Irish bar. Inside you will even find hand crafted Irish oak.

Tiny structures aren’t just for living! You can also use them to create your own small business.

When I first looked at this tiny pub on wheels I didn’t even notice that it’s on a trailer! Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!


The Shebeen: A Tiny Irish Pub on Wheels

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Images ©  The Shebeen

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The Tumbleweed Cypress Tiny House on wheels is one of my favorite designs on trailers so I’m showing it to you here because it might be a great option for you or someone you know.

The Cypress is part of the Tumbleweed tiny house design family and is available in 18′ (130 sq. ft.), 20′ (144 sq. ft.), and 24′ (172 sq. ft.) sizes.

When you walk inside there’s some open living space and a sitting nook. There’s also a very nice kitchen with a built-in washer/dryer unit too. When you walk to the back of the house you can get to the bedroom and bathroom. Then there’s also a built in staircase with storage that leads you to the upstairs sleeping loft.

You can also get it with dormers in the sleeping loft for more spaciousness. Please enjoy the photo and video tour then re-share if you want to below. Thank you.

Tumbleweed Cypress Tiny House on Wheels

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Images © Tumbleweed

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I had to show and tell you about this guy who turned his Tesla Model S P85 electric car into an $85 a night micro hotel. So it’s the world’s first… Tesla Hotel?


When he wanted to spend $118,000 on this luxury vehicle he needed to find a way to justify and pay for it. Even though he’ll never have to buy gas again, it’s still an expensive car!

So he created a cozy space in the trunk of his Tesla with remote controlled electric candles and a twin bed mattress. And he put it up on Airbnb as the world’s first Tesla Hotel. He just needs you to be out of bed by the morning (so he can drive to work).

Also, you must be under 6’6″ to fit inside. And don’t worry, he lets you use the bathroom, shower and couch inside his house. And if needed, he can also give you a ride since he’s also an Uber driver.

Man Creates World’s First Tesla Hotel

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Images © Steve S.

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The G-Pod is a modern transforming shipping container tiny house that expands when delivered on site.

In delivery mode, it’s tiny. The size of just one shipping container.

Once it’s set up on a lot it has a slide out to extend the interior space and a flip down covered deck that opens up the space even more. You can see exactly how it all works in the photo and video tour below.

Would you consider a shipping container design like this? What do you like best about it? Let us know in the comments. Thank you!

G-Pod Modern Transforming Shipping Container Tiny House

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Images © G-Pod

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This January 31 – February 1, 2015 Tumbleweed is hosting a tiny house workshop in Orlando, Florida and if you’re thinking about going this post will help you find out if it’s a good choice for you or not.

I find that one of the most valuable parts about going to a workshop or any event like this are the people you get to meet because it’s not very often that you get to be in a room with 30+ like-minded people to hang out and exchange ideas with. Besides that it’s definitely the amount of useful knowledge you get from the instructor in such a short period of time.

It’s incredible how much people are able to help each other out with their questions and concerns just by getting together in one place for a weekend. I’ve had some great times at the workshops I’ve been to and I’ve learned a lot from them too. But what about you? Will you get enough value for the money out of one of these events? Continue reading below and I’ll be glad to help you figure that out.

What You Learn at a Tumbleweed Tiny House Workshop

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Images © Art Cormier

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If you ever wonder about families in tiny houses or if you and your family can successfully live tiny then you might be fascinated by this family of four (two adults and two kids) who are happily living in a 207 sq. ft. tiny house on wheels.

Meet the Kasl family. Below is just a little of what they have to say about living tiny as a family then you can read the complete original story and watch a video with them below.

But what about the kids? Do they really like the tiny house life? “They love everything that has to do with our new lifestyle. Seriously. No exaggeration at all,” said Kasl. She says her kids don’t even want to go back to their old house. “They want to get back home to the tiny house as quick as they can.” They don’t even mention the toys lost in the transition or the bedrooms that no longer exist. They seem eager to help with chores like cleaning, cooking, and gathering firewood.
source: Ecolocalizer

Family of 4 Living in 207 Sq. Ft. Tiny House

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Images © Kim Kasl

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This February 7-8, 2015 Tumbleweed is hosting a tiny house workshop in Colorado Springs, Colorado and if you’re thinking about going this post will help you figure out if it’s a good decision for you or not because these sort of events aren’t really for everybody.

I find that one of the most valuable parts about going to a workshop or any event like this are the people you get to meet because it’s not very often that you get to be in a room with 30+ like-minded people to hang out and exchange ideas with. Besides that it’s definitely that huge amount of knowledge you get from the instructor in such a short period of time.

It’s incredible how much people are able to help each other out with their concerns just by getting together. I’ve had some great times at the workshops I’ve been to and I’ve learned a lot from them too. But what about you? Will you get enough value for the money out of one of these events? Continue reading below and I’ll be glad to help you figure that out.

What You Learn at a Tumbleweed Tiny House Workshop

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