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While tiny houses are great spaces to live in, they’re also the perfect vacation option, allowing more privacy and versatility than a hotel room. That’s why Dillon Beach Resort ordered three awesome studios from Tru Form Tiny to add to their resort.

Each of the homes has the same layout, with a living room at one end with a pull-out bed, a kitchen space in the middle and a little bathroom at the end. To differentiate the models, the client chose unique tiles and color schemes. So lovely!

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Three Stylish Studios For Tiny Vacationers

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Igor was working as a police officer in Massachusetts and had little time for his family. He and his wife Cassie decided it was time for a major change, and after a long road ended up renovating RVs, buying property in Texas, and building their own “Barndominium” to house their home, gym, and workshop.

With a fenced-in yard, the couple can work on RV renovations while their children enjoy the outdoors. The home itself is around 500 square feet with a big bedroom for the kids, a cozy living space, galley kitchen and primary bedroom for mom and dad. Enjoy the tour!

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Family of 6 Renovating RVs for a Living

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Barbara was looking for a spot to retire and ended up with a lovely custom-built Incredible Tiny Home which she has parked in their “forest” community. At just 18 feet, it’s compact! But she got all her priorities inside, including a washer/dryer unit, her fancy leather recliner, and a residential-sized refrigerator.

There’s a little porch off the front with an umbrella, so she can enjoy the weather, and she is loving her tiny life with her tiny dog! Enjoy the tour.

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Her Forest Tiny House Meets all Her Needs

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Here’s an awesome, affordable tiny house on wheels for sale in Little Rock, Arizona. The main bed is on a pulley system, so it can be lifted out of the living room space during the daytime to provide maximum space!

A galley kitchen takes up one wall of the main space, and there’s a loft over the bathroom that can be used for storage or another bonus space. It’s only $30,000, which is quite the deal!

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$30K Tiny Home on Wheels in Arkansas

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Christy and Mike of The Traveling Vuzz were first inspired to get into tiny life when they started their Indie Electronica Duo while traveling Europe. They didn’t want to lose that adventure and decided to convert a van.

Unfortunately, personal tragedy struck midway through their van build, leaving Christy needing time to regroup before they attacked the project again. Eventually, however, the couple found healing in completing the project and sharing their awesome music. Enjoy the tour below.

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Awesome Accordion Bed Inside Colorful Van Home

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Tru Form tiny just released a tour of one of their gorgeous custom homes which they built for a couple in Washington who just got a spot in a local tiny house community. This home totally bucks the “white shiplap” tide with its bold colorful interior of deep navy blue contrasted with warm acacia wood.

There’s a really cozy reading nook over a bump out built on the tongue of the trailer, a loft bedroom with a little built-in office, and a lovely galley kitchen with a drawer dishwasher. Enjoy it below!

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Deep Navy 28 Ft THOW with Bump-Out

Custom and Colorful 28-ft. Kootenay by Tru Form Tiny

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Jon Paul and Lindsay are the proud owners of a 2004 Thomas bus that they lovingly converted into a light & airy skoolie for themselves and their two kids.

They have front benches in the living room, a split kitchen, bunks for the kids, and a cozy back bedroom for themselves. Enjoy reading their story in their own words below!

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Family of Four’s Light & Airy Bus Conversion

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As a professional photographer, Jay’s work required a lot of travel, which meant more time away from his wife, Cassidy. The couple loves hiking together and living on the road in a fire rescue truck conversion allows them to pursue their hobbies, spend time together, and make a living!

Their truck had a good square box to work off of, and they filled it with all the necessities, including a little bathroom and shower! A great solar setup and multiple heating and cooling options keep them comfortable on the road. Enjoy the tour.

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Hiking & Spending Time Together on the Road

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Gael lived and worked in San Francisco for years, but the high cost of living made it impossible for her to retire there. So instead, she purchased a tiny home and secured a spot at Tiny Tranquility in Oregon.

Her beautiful home is filled with her artwork – pencil drawings and intricate scratch designs – and she has a comfortable recliner to sleep in (it’s the best option for her back). The only regret she has with her tiny home is the tiny bathroom!

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Tiny House on Wheels with Cat Highway

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