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This is the Copper Fox Treehouse in Maine, an incredible cabin shaped like a fox’s head—remarkable! The owner/designer/builder had a dream, and they executed it impeccably, with fantastic attention to detail that makes this small cabin feel magical.

The head is geometric, supported by welded brackets and wooden beams to create the proper angles to make this cabin look like a fox. But the cabin’s shape isn’t the only foxy thing—there are pillows, mugs, wallpaper, and more in fox designs and patterns—and those details sell the space.

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The Copper Fox Treehouse in Maine: Fun Vacation!

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Taylor and Britt met as part of a hiking group and eventually fell in love on a “travel buddy” journey to Montana. Their story is as sweet as their personalities, and you’ll love getting a taste of it in the video tour of their van below.

They converted the van in 10 months, and it includes many great features, like a convertible bed, a kitchen designed for cooking, and awesome storage hacks that make compact living more comfortable. Their only relationship trouble is sauce packets; you’ll need to watch the tour to learn more!

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He Keeps Throwing Away Her Sauce Packets…

Adorable Couple’s $45K Van Conversion

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The plans for this Jennings cottage are perfect if you want a small family home with the option for a finished basement. These plans have a built-in covered porch off the open-concept living room and kitchen, and another covered porch is created below the walk-out basement.

The main floor includes two similarly sized bedrooms, a full bathroom, and a washer-dryer closet. If you complete the basement, you get another 800+ feet of living space, including a mechanical room, a second living room, and a third bedroom. Could you live in a house like this, or is it too big?

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1140 sq. ft. Home Plans with Basement

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This Little Gem on the Lake is a stunning stone and timber cabin in Sandpoint, Idaho, that’s 727 square feet of pure relaxation! Walls of French doors look out over Lake Pend Oreille and Schweitzer Mountain, and a balcony provides a beautiful spot to take in the views. If you want to get closer, you can wander to the dock and dip.

The living room inside the cabin has grand two-story ceilings, a wood stove, and a leather couch. A sturdy ladder leads to an open-air bedroom with a glass balcony overlooking the first floor. The home also has a kitchen and bathroom, fully equipped for a relaxing stay! I could definitely stay here.

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Cozy and Grand Cabin on Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho

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This Hutchinson Island Cottage is the perfect beach getaway for a family. The 1,350 square foot home has two bedrooms, a bathroom, a game room, and a lovely path to the beach where you can spend your days basking in the Florida sun!

The main living area of the home has beautiful exposed beams and two couches for relaxing (or for kids to sleep on). The dining table seats eight, and you get a full kitchen to prepare meals if you want to save money on eating out. What do you think of this cottage?

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Perfect Two Bedroom Beach Cottage in Fort Pierce, Florida

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The McCarters are an incredible family who decided to sell their 3,000-square-foot home in Florida, purchase a 5th-wheel RV, and travel the country nomadically! They have two elementary-aged girls (who have an epic bunk house in the back of the RV) who they take on all these amazing adventures.

Their RV is remarkable, with multiple bump-outs and a hidden pantry you’ll have to watch the video to check out (I’ve never seen it here before). They have one and a half baths, a comfortable couch, and plenty of storage for their many pairs of shoes. Enjoy the tour below!

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RV with Awesome Bunk House for the Kids & Hidden Pantry

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The Outpost Plus is a two-bedroom small house design with 925 square feet of living space. There’s a first-floor bedroom as well as a loft bedroom accessible via a standard staircase. The main living area enjoys vaulted ceilings and a wall of windows that let natural light flood in, and allow you to take in the surrounding views.

The home has one full bathroom and a full kitchen with plenty of cabinets. The porch off the front of the home lets you take advantage of outdoor living. What do you think of this home? Could you live here?

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Two Bedroom Home Plans with Large Deck

Outpost Plus 925 sq ft

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This stunning two-level cabin is near Quebec City, nestled among the trees and far from light pollution. The romantic getaway includes a first-floor bedroom with a wet bath, with glass mirrored walls that provide daytime privacy and a lovely view of the surrounding landscape.

You ascend a sturdy ladder into the second-floor great room with a stove, sectional sofa, island seating, and a full kitchen. The hot tub sits on the deck outside the main room, and a conversation pit-style fire pit welcomes you outside the bedroom.

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Beautiful Two Level Cottage w/ Outdoor Living

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Maya is an incredible woman who dreamed of conservation work and used technology and creativity to build an animal sanctuary for 35 animals who cannot be released back into the wild. She even has her own little habitat on the 15-acre property—a 380-square-foot tiny house where she lives with her two dogs and pet ferret.

She live streams the animals in her sanctuary and uploads educational videos online, which help people care about these animals and support her work. You’ll love the tour of Maya’s tiny house and the bonus tour of the sanctuary, where you’ll meet many animals in her care.

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Her Perfect 380 Sq. Ft. Habitat

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