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This is the BunKaboose by EcoCabins in Colorado.

The BunKaboose, designed by David Papen and Darin Zaruba from EcoCabins, was first envisioned as a cross between a caboose rail car and a rustic bunkhouse. A uniquely original tiny house with rugged style, classic appointments, and superior quality craftsmanship, the 20’ model with a 4’ deck is now available and the 24’ model with a 4’ deck will be released soon. This home features a quaint rustic metal deep soak bathtub, two lofts, an electric fireplace, and ‘beetle kill pine’ interior walls, trim, and floors.

Watch the video tour below!

Related: Morrison Tiny hOMes Now Available by EcoCabins

BunKaboose by EcoCabins in Colorado

Screenshots via Facebook

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This is the sleek and stylish Amsterdam 24 by Transcend Tiny Homes in Tennessee.

This home has a lot of great features, but by far the coolest is the HUGE closet area with plenty of hanging storage — it’s what we’ve all been waiting for! Besides that, you get a great kitchen, spacious loft bedroom and luxurious bathroom, as well as a comfy-looking living area.

Details and contact information on the last page!

Related: Design Your Own Kootenay Model by TruForm Tiny Homes

Amsterdam 24 by Transcend Tiny Homes

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This is a Stunning Sage Green THOW by Bear’s Tiny Homes in Georgia that’s for sale.

The 250 sq. ft. home includes a sliding deck (super cool!) and the much-desired downstairs bedroom! It also has a loft for kids or guests, a spacious and cozy living room, and a fully-stocked kitchen you’ll love.

Get all the details and the builder’s contact information on the last page.

Stunning Sage Green THOW by Bear’s Tiny Homes

Images via Bear’s Tiny Homes

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Concord (CA) High School students have completed the Construction Tech Program’s first Tiny House on Wheels.

With the help of our community partners Ashby Lumber, West Coast Windows and Doors, and Tumbleweed our goal is to make the program self-sustaining.

The class was able to learn all aspects of residential construction and the THOW was our culminating project.

The design is based on the Tumbleweed Cypress Equator 20′.

High School Students Build 20′ Tiny House on Wheels

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Remember when we told you about “The Big Adventures of Tiny House,” a fictional book for children about tiny home living?

Back then, it was just a great idea in need of your help on Kickstarter, but because of your help — it’s a dream coming true!

You can pre-order your copy now at Shop Once Upon A Time right here and be entered to win a $50 gift certificate to the store. The books will be available on April 25, 2017, and will make a great gift for your kids or grandkids!

See some pages of the book below, as well as a schedule of book readings/signings around the country.

“The Big Adventures of Tiny House” Children’s Book: Pre-Order Today!

Images via The Big Adventures of Tiny House

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