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This is a gorgeous build by Thimble Homes that’s all set up to be an Airbnb. It’s for sale, and comes with all the furnishings (which is awesome, because the turquoise plates are adorable).

The living room features an amazing u-shaped couch that looks incredibly-comfortable, and there’s a loft bedroom right above it. The kitchen has tons of character, and the bathroom is definitely vacation-worthy.

Check out the photo tour below, or contact the builder here to buy it!

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Vacation-Designed THOW by Thimble Homes

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Images via Thimble Homes

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Jordan and Steve seem like a couple I would love hanging out with! They are incredibly-friendly backpackers who are enjoying life in their totally-off-grid skoolie rig with a raised roof.

I’ve never seen a bus conversion with the bathroom up front, but they make it work wonderfully by adding a full “fourth wall” to their bus between the cab and the living area. The rest of the bus is completely open, with a huge kitchen, stunning stone fireplace/woodstove and their bedroom.

Enjoy the video tour and interview with Tiny Home Tours below, and follow the couple on Instagram here.

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Backpacking Couple & 2 German Shepherds: Bus Conversion

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Mark and Billie have some pretty lofty goals — to live on their bus, working and traveling, while saving up enough money to be completely financially independent and retire early! Wow!

Their school bus conversion features an amazing raised roof, which allowed them to hide their water tank under the floor and *still* have headroom. It also made their shower a great height for not needing to slouch.

You’ll love their video tour and interview with Tiny Home Tours! Check it out below.

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This Couple Chose #BusLife to become Financially Independent

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Famous Zookeeper Jack Hanna could have built any retirement home he wanted, but he chose a simple 700-square-foot log cabin, tucked in the Montana forest. The cabin, built in 1996, features one bedroom and one bathroom, and is decorated in classic lodge style.

Sadly, Hanna was recently diagnosed with dementia which has been rapidly progressing, but he still owns this private spot, and I wonder if his family will bring him there for some peace and quiet?

The “Elk Cabin,” as he named it, was built without plans from locally-sourced timbers. His friend and handyman Randy Baker helped create the masterpiece, and a veteran stonemason created the stunning stone fireplace. Enjoy the photos below, and read the full story about the house here.

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Famous Zookeeper’s Modest Log Home

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Images via Cabin Life

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John and Elsa decided to build this tiny house “because we wanted to” — which is about the best reason I can think of! They contracted out different aspects of the build, like the steel framing and roofing, and now rent the home to a South African woman who was stuck due to the pandemic. Later, they may sell the tiny house and find a new project to work on.

It sits in a private spot at the end of the couple’s garden, and inside it has all the luxuries you’d want from a tiny house, including a large lounge area, fully-equipped kitchen, and bathroom with shower and flush toilet. There’s heating and air-conditioning inside, and two lofts.

The couple shared all the tiny house specs below, so be sure to read more and watch the video tour as well.

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Stunning New Zealand THOW Built “Just Because”

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Images via John & Elsa

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This tiny house by Tiny Heirloom (as seen on HGTV) is bold and bright on the outside with a sunny yellow paint job, and muted and modern on the inside. You’ll find shiplap walls and wood-colored flooring ready for any kind of decor.

There are twin staircases that lead up to loft bedrooms, a galley kitchen, and a bathroom with a tub! The living room space is great, as well, with plenty of room for a comfortable couch and hanging out.

Enjoy the photo tour below, and contact the builder for a quote for your own tiny house here.

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Tiny House with Large Living Space

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