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If Ohio’s Amish country hasn’t been on your bucket list so far, this beautiful Scandinavian-inspired tiny house vacation might change that! The THOW has a private front porch where you can enjoy a morning cup of coffee, but if you’d prefer, there’s a breakfast bar that looks out a large window.

The THOW has all the amenities you could need — a comfortable living room, kitchenette with a fridge/freezer, a bathroom with a *real* flushing toilet, and up a few stairs is the romantic bedroom space. An added bonus? The wooden tube-shaped sauna for your private use!

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Scandinavian-inspired THOW in Ohio’s Amish Country

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Libre and Stephen are long-distance hikers who wanted the freedom of a different kind of life — so they got a school bus and transformed it into their full-time home — and Libre’s tattoo parlor!

The bus has a mini rooftop deck, a back deck, and a bathroom in the back so the shower and toilet could be in the same space. A queen bed gives the couple plenty of space to share with their dog and cat co-travelers. What do you think?

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Long Distance Hikers in Their Skoolie w/ Back Deck

Tatoo Artist’s Epic Raised-Roof Rig. 3

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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This awesome couple purchased their unfinished van in January of 2020 and were engaged on March 13, 2020. A week later, they found themselves with tons of time on their hands and went to work making that van into a home.

They’ve spent two years traveling the country and are now working to support the brewery industry and fair working environments within them. Having minimal expenses and a mobile home has made doing their dream job possible. What do you think of this conversion?

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Traveling the Country Supporting Breweries

Financially Free in Their Van Conversion 3

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Always wanted to build a DIY tiny home but have no idea where to start? Are you a stranger to power tools and have never built anything in your life? The Tiny Home Builders hands-on workshop is just what you need.

Their next workshop is in Nashville on Oct.15 & 16 and you’ll get a chance to use real tools and materials so you’ll know what you’re doing when you start building your own tiny house on wheels. You can register here.

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Beginner-Friendly Tiny House Workshop

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Meet The Moth: A unique tiny home designed to bring the feel of a Georgia front porch (complete with light-seeking moths) to New York, where poet and novelist George Dawes Green can host story-telling events.

This THOW has a four-panel front door that completely opens so the indoors and outdoors can collide. Inside there’s seating, a mini kitchen, and bathroom. They call it the “Pop Up Porch” and you can check out events here.

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Bringing A Georgia Front Porch Experience to NY

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Look at this beautiful new tiny home created by Redbud Built. It features a loft bedroom with a lovely staircase protected by a full, beautiful banister! The 3/4 bathroom sits under the loft next to the galley kitchen.

I love that they included a dedicated spot for mops/brooms which so many tiny homes don’t have. The living space is rather versatile, and they show it off with both a table/recliner setup or a love seat and side table combo. Which would you choose?

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Artistic Tiny Home Design w/ Beautiful Banister

VESPER TINY HOME 2

Images via Red Bud Built

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Catskills Tiny House Workshop is having a workshop in upstate New York on Oct 21-23, teaching people how to design, move, and oversee the building of their own small house.

The $495 fee includes accommodations (in tiny homes!), continental breakfast, sample blueprints, sample written plans, a sample builder’s contract, a sample land rental agreement for a tiny house, and a how-to guide packed with building terms, definitions, and facts. You can learn more and sign up on their website.

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Learn All Things Tiny & Stay In A Tiny Home

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Get excited to tour this 2003 40ft Bluebird All-American bus renovated by Erika and Matt for their family. The couple is transitioning to doing volunteer work abroad, and they’re selling their DIY conversion, so someone else can enjoy it as much as they have.

The bus truly has everything you could need, from a spacious well-designed kitchen to a huge back bedroom and awesome off-grid bathroom, to an epic solar system that will keep you powered up wherever you go. Check out the pictures and video tour below and contact them if you want to buy the skoolie.

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Fully Off-Grid Skoolie with Bunk, Playroom & Awesome Kitchen

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Katharina and her husband purchased this 1960s home that was once a holiday property and hadn’t been updated since it was built. While living in it, the couple has done a fantastic job taking it from old to new, while still retaining (or adding) so much charm to the building.

There are exposed beams, a hardwood floor, a lovely full kitchen in the corner, and a bedroom with a cozy bed alcove. The special artist studio is the icing on the cake!  Read Katharina’s story about her home below the photo tour.

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Lovely 1960s Home Completed Renovated

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