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Spaceship? Dome? Yurt? Cabin? Whatever you want to call it, this newly-remodeled home is absolutely gorgeous! While it’s by no means tiny with three bedrooms, two baths, and a spacious living area/kitchen, the alternative design makes it worth looking at!

I love seeing what people do with circular spaces since they present a number of design challenges. For example, they went with a custom curved countertop in the kitchen to go with the flow of the home. What do you think?

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Stunning Dome Home w/ Hot Tub

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Images via Dr./Airbnb

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Want to stay in the woods without the “rustic”? This beautiful greenhouse-style cabin has all the comforts of home, including a fancy chandelier, but the glass walls and clear roof will leave you feeling like you’re sleeping in nature.

There’s a hot tub, outdoor shower, indoor bathroom and a super cool hanging/swing bed! You’ll find a microwave, mini-fridge and coffee-maker, but breakfast is provided as a nice touch.

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Greenhouse “Naturalist Boudoir” in the Woods

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Images via Alina/Airbnb

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Melanie and her husband have been living tiny now for nearly a decade! First they decided to renovate an Aistream, which they happily lived in for four years before deciding they were ready for sticks and bricks. That’s when they found this adorable 1953 bungalow and turned the 800 square foot space into their home sweet home.

They’ve been there now for five years, slowly remodeling the place as they had the funds (no construction loans here, woot!). The couple got in touch with us and did a great Q&A, which you can read after the tour of their little home. What do you think?

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Q&A: Four Years in an Airstream & Five in a Small Home!

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Why build a normal cabin when you could have one shaped like Noah’s Ark (on a “tiny” scale, of course). This unique tiny house has a living/kitchen area “below deck” and then a bedroom area on the second floor.

There’s a wrap-around deck where you can look out on the gorgeous Tennessee landscape with a pond and pasture. What a peaceful spot to stay!

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Handcrafted Mini-Ark/Boat Vacation Stay in TN

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Katelyn and Katie owned a 3-bedroom home and two cars, but decided it was time to simplify! The couple and their daughter had an RV renovated by Our Lively Tribe RV Renovations, moved in and then started traveling to National Parks.

The home has a super cool kids’ room, extra comfy couch-bed for snuggles, and then they rearranged the main bedroom layout by turning the bed sideways! They are expecting another baby this spring and then will be off traveling again.

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Country-Chic RV Conversion for Family

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Images via Tiny Home Tours

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There’s no denying that vans are just about as tiny as tiny living comes, but Sam & Kelly included the major comfort of a shower and toilet into their van design. For Kelly, it was a must-have when they moved in after 10 months of converting their Sprinter into a home — but now? She says she could probably do without it!

She and Sam were working long hours at desk jobs in California, and could have kept working for years and still not have been able to afford real estate in the CA housing market. When the pandemic hit and they decided on #vanlife, they had no experience with it and were taking a big risk! But now they love it and are headed down to Mexico this week to travel there.

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Their High-Top Sprinter Conversion (w/ two dogs!)

Sam & Kelly’s Sprinter w Bathroom & Guest Bed

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Lefty is a thyroid cancer survivor on the trip of his life visiting all the national parks! He rock climbs, bikes, and camps out in each park until he’s seen it all, and then he moves on to the next location. When he’s done with all the physical exertion of his day, he crawls into his super comfy fixed bed and calls it a night.

He has a cool outdoor shower set-up and a composting toilet box that doubles as his swivel chair footrest. But one of his special upgrades to the Ram ProMaster was the custom bug netting that he installed. While it’s not cheap, he said it’s one of the better investments he made for van life. Enjoy the tour!

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Musician Hitting All the National Parks

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Images via Tiny Home Tours

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This is a lightly used Escape ONE Tiny House with an $8,000 discount that’s available now!

Lightly used ONE…like new, available now!  Efficiency A/C heat pump, kitchen with butcher block top, induction cook top, tall fridge/freezer, on demand water heater, furnace, window coverings,  USB outlets, composting toilet….many new items!

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Discount on a Lightly Used ONE Tiny House

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This is the Emraald van build by Vandamme Conversions.

They’re a custom camper van company based out of San Diego, California.

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The Emraald Van Conversion

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