These incredible tiny sphere shelters are completely suspended from the trees around them. They’re built by hand by the creative engineering genius, Tom Chudleigh, from Free Spirit Spheres in Qualicum Beach, British Columbia, Canada.
This is a custom built 30′ tiny home on wheels by Mint Tiny House Company in Delta, British Columbia, Canada. Inside, you’ll find beautiful vaulted ceilings, staircase to loft, stacking washer/dryer, and more! Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!
A 30 Ft. Tiny Home on Wheels Built to Live in Full Time!
This tiny house is loaded with impressive built-in furniture like a custom-built murphy bed, a wardrobe/closet that pulls out, and a queen bed that hides during the day and doubles as a couch!
Below Seth Reidy of Nelson Tiny Houses takes you on a guided video tour to show you all of the cool features they’ve added to this tiny…
It’s an open concept V House that they designed and built for a client who gave them the freedom of deciding on most of the interior design work. The house includes custom cabinets, beautiful custom lighting, lots of storage, additional flip down counter space in the kitchen, a relatively large refrigerator, ample closet space, and more. It’s really, really cool!
Tyler & Sarah from Life vs Art are full-time van dwellers in Vancouver, BC, Canada. A couple of years ago they calculated that they were spending close to $18,000 per year on rent which is quite a hefty sum for some.
Skool and the Gang are Quentin, Xana, Alex, and Alix are two globe-trotting couples from the UK and Europe who decided to apply for working holiday visas in Canada so they could build, live, and travel in a school bus for two years.
They bought this school bus for just $5000 CAD and have converted it using mostly free, donated, and reclaimed materials including a lot of pallet wood.
These are the plans to the 570 sq. ft. British Columbia small foundation home. It’s designed by Robinson Residential, and if you are looking for something to put on land, this home might be it!
The British Columbia-570 small home plan pays tribute to Frank Lloyd Wright’s contribution to residential architecture. His idea that one should “Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature….” is echoed by this beautiful province. His Usonian homes were designed to be affordable and comfortable using simple materials and construction featuring walls of doors and windows, built-in furnishings and cabinets. The large stone fireplace is the heart of this small home which features:
Large living room and dining room with bands of horizontal windows, wood beams and vaulted ceilings Exterior doors from the kitchen, dining room and bedroom 1 bedroom, 1 bath