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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.


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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.

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This DIY off grid tiny house on wheels is for sale in Saint Jean Port Joli, Quebec, Canada.


It’s built on a 3-axle trailer that is 28 feet long by 8 1/2 feet wide, giving the house a total square footage of 238 square feet.

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Patrick and Thomas from the Rewild Homes Team built the Blue Heron tiny house to be completely off-grid with a Morso wood stove, 6 x 285 Watts of solar power, rainwater collection, and a Separett composting toilet. The house is built on a 24 foot, 2 axle trailer, and it measures approximately 200 square feet.

Modern 200 Sq. Ft. Off-Grid Tiny Home on Wheels!

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Julian bought this super stealthy 1999 Ford E-150 pop top campervan to use for rock climbing trips and as a mobile home & office when he’s doing freelance photography contracts.

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Accessory dwelling units (ADU) are small homes that can be built in the backyards of larger homes, in cities where they’ve been approved. They’re also sometimes known as carriage, coach, or laneway houses.

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Micah, Jana, and their son Silas moved from Birmingham, Alabama to the San Francisco Bay Area for a work opportunity but they weren’t prepared to pay the high price tag to rent an apartment.

Instead, they contracted a tiny house building company, American Tiny House, to build their tiny house and the family has been vlogging about their experience on YouTube.

Family of Three’s Tiny House Life

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