This is another New Zealand tiny house find by travel blogger Jola Josie, which she dubbed “Half Cab Heaven.”
The tiny home on wheels was built from an old Wellington bus that transported people between the 40s and 70s, but has now been converted into a groovy tiny house. It includes a pop-out couch which makes the living room space feel extra large (for the owners’ two dogs), and a staircase leads up to the queen-sized loft bedroom and a roof-top garden. It even has an itty bitty wet bathroom.
Enjoy the video tour and get information on following Jola’s Journey below the pictures!
This is a Kokoon Home KITs creation: Two 8×24 tiny homes built for a client as a dazzling showroom! The houses are connected by a 4 ft. deck.
These pictures just give you an idea of what you can do with Kokoon’s 718 Kompak shell that starts at $8,995.00 (It comes insulated and certified for insurance and financing). Kokoon (located in Atlanta Georgia) keeps the price for custom builds confidential, but if you are looking for a shell that you can make into your home, Kokoon has some excellent options!
Enjoy the pictures of this amazing double THOW below and get contact information for Kokoon below!
This is the Nautical “Destiny” THOW Vacation Rental in Austin, Texas.
It’s one of five tiny homes you can rent at Austin’s Original Tiny Home Hotel, and even though you’re not going to Austin for the beach, you can enjoy a little nautical flair in this adorably-decorate THOW. It features a wonderful navy sectional so you can read a book or hang out with friends, and sleeps up to four with a loft bedroom. Enjoy!
Book it here and get contact information for Tumbleweed (the builder) below.
Ness City is a remote Kansas town home to just 1,440 people and 150 public school students, but that didn’t stop this handful of construction class students from achieving their dream of building a tiny home!
The house features two lofts, a spiral staircase, oak cabinetry and even concrete counters! You can read more about the students and the build from the Kansas Agland and the Topeka Capital-Journal.
Watch the students give a tour of their creation below. Enjoy!
I’m a big fan of their tiny houses (remember the double decker V House?) so I’m excited that Seth is going to be showing us how they design/build tiny homes!
Enjoy the promo video below and we’ll let you know when the videos are released but you can also head over to NelsonTinyHouses.com and enter in your information and Seth will email you with more info as it becomes available.
Coming Soon! Learn how to Build a Tiny House with Seth Reidy