In 2017 & 2018, we are taking our message on the road to visit 50 cities in a tiny home on wheels. Along the way, we will build an online community of over 1 million people, create a video journal to showcase wildlife and people who are making the world a better place, and speak at schools, universities, businesses, and festivals.
Take a look at their amazing home and then watch their super in-depth video tour below the pictures!
This is the Writer’s Retreat Getaway Cabin near Boston: An off-grid, no-wifi spot to get away from it all and have a true vacation in the woods.
This is just one of a handful of cabins owned by Getaway, a company that builds awesome tiny homes, puts them in secluded locations near major cities, and rents them out to folks who need to unplug. A pretty brilliant business plan, if you ask me. They opened their first cabins near Boston in 2015, and by 2016 had cabins in New York as well. Book one today!
This is The Pine Lodge in the woods of New York, another Getaway Cabin where you can enjoy an unplugged “anti-vacation.”
I love this one because you could go with friends — it has both a loft bed and a first-floor bed, making great for some low-key bonding time with old buddies. It has a bathroom, kitchen area and everything you need to enjoy s’mores by the fire. Book a Getaway Cabin here.
Pendleton, Oregon might be the next place for tiny housers to flock to!
Right now, as part of Pendleton Estate Phase 2, the city is offering 51 lots for sale starting at just $14,900. They are welcoming tiny houses (including those on wheels!) and have no minimum square footage requirements.
Basically, it’s a dream come true for many people seeking a permanent place for their tiny. Talk to Mike Barns about making Pendleton your new home town: 503-581-0055; [email protected]
I went through this terrible phase in middle school of wanting everything — from my shoes to my backpack — to be lime green. Instead of embodying my 13-year-old self’s idea of fashion, Mini Mansions creates a bright, classy and chic home with grey bead board, white trim and just the right number of beautiful lime green touches worthy of a true adult (Love that door!).