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This is a 396 square feet double loft park model cabin by Rich’s Portable Cabins.

From the outside, the width is 13’10”, 45′ long (including a 10′ porch), and 15’10” in height.

Inside, you’ll also find an additional 240 square feet of loft space. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Related: Rich the Cabin Man’s Extra Long Tiny House


396 Square Feet Double Loft Park Model Cabin

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This is the 380 square feet Winter Wonderland V House by Nelson Tiny Houses.

It’s a tiny home built onto a 5th wheel utility trailer with a large outdoor deck to help make it more permanent.

When you walk inside, you’ll find a beautiful layout with a living area that converts into a dining room or an additional bedroom to welcome you. The kitchen and bathroom are in the middle of the home, and the bedroom is on the opposite side of the living area.

In addition to all of the above, you’ll also an upstairs loft space above the living area. In the kitchen, you’ll find a washer/dryer combo unit. You’ll also find two full-size closets in the home as well plenty of other storage throughout.

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Winter Wonderland V House by Nelson Tiny Houses

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This is a story of one woman’s legal tiny house on wheels in the Netherlands.


According to Tiny House Europe on Facebook, “Marjolein Jonker is now living with her two kitties in a wonderful tiny house in the city Alkmaar, where the council has provided her with a small, green plot of land.”

In addition, “she’s also travelling the country, giving lecture and raising awareness about living tiny and consciously in small dwellings and convincing councils to provide spaces for tiny houses.”

Woman Living Legally in a Tiny House in the Netherlands

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This is the story and video tour of a man who turns his Honda Element into a DIY campervan.

From the outside, it looks like an ordinary compact sport utility vehicle.

Only if you look carefully enough, you might find a tiny solar panel on the roof that’s secured using magnets.

Inside, the vehicle has been completely renovated with wood paneling, a tiny sink with running water, a wardrobe closet, insulation, a fold-out bed, and more!

This is probably one of the best small camper conversions that I’ve seen. What do you think of it?

Unbelievable Honda Element Campervan!

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This is a 200 square foot tiny cabin for sale in Hoodsport, Washington.

It features a covered-front porch where you can sit and enjoy the outdoors.

Inside, you’ll find a studio layout with a bed, full kitchen, desk/dining, and an upstairs sleeping loft.

The bathroom with your shower and toilet is in the outhouse building nearby. Asking price is $72,000.

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200 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cabin For Sale in Hoodsport, Washington

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This is a student-built tiny house for sale in Plugerville, Texas.

It’s a 10′ by 18′ and built on skids complete with AC, plumbing, and electrical.

The asking price is $20,950 and was built by students at Hendrickson High School.

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Related: High School Geometry Class Builds Tiny Home

Student-built Tiny House For Sale in Texas

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Ever wonder how earthbag building works?

Well, you can consider this a 2-minute Earthbag Construction 101 video course presented by GoPro for a Cause.

Earthbag [building] is an alternative, environmentally friendly, and amazingly simple construction method that can help build a more sustainable world. Andrew Mugford, of Permaculture South Africa, will be using earthbag [building] to help nonprofit Intsikelelo build an orphanage in South Africa, a project sponsored by GoPro for a Cause. Learn more at http://gopro.com/goproforacause

GoPro Awards: Earthbag Building 101

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