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Jack and Rylie lost their jobs in 2020, moved out of California, and back to Jack’s home state of Minnesota. That’s when Jack got to work building an A-frame retreat cabin on family land. He completed the build in 7 days for well under $2,500.

The cabin is primarily a “glamping” set-up, with a twin-sized bed, couch, propane cooktop, and wood stove. They typically come to this spot for weekend stays, and love getting away from it all.

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They Built This A-Frame in 7 Days for under $2,500!

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As always, MitchCraft Tiny Homes delivers a gorgeous custom tiny home! This 28’x10′ THOW was built for Meredith, and it features a light and bright interior with beautiful blue accents.

The kitchen is tucked underneath the primary loft bedroom, while the bathroom and mudroom sit under the kids’ loft. The middle of the home is dedicated to a long entertainment/storage center, and there’s a breakfast nook for four. Enjoy the photo tour below!

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Beautiful Family Tiny House Has A Luxurious Bathroom

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Harrison and Brittany are a LEGO-loving couple who downsized drastically (minus the LEGO sets) to buy their first home – a 39 ft. gooseneck from Timbercraft Tiny Houses. They have a lovely spot at Tiny Tranquility in Oregon where they have a community of fellow tiny dwellers to help them in their journey.

The living room and kitchen of their THOW have cathedral ceilings that help keep the place feeling extra open and spacious. Their bathroom houses a washer/dryer unit and a fancy self-cleaning litter box, and their bedroom in the gooseneck has plenty of room to stand and walk around. Enjoy the tour!

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Board & Batten 39 ft. Tiny Home with Full Standing Bedroom

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If you’ve ever been in the back of a Ford Transit Connect, you know they are SMALL. But somehow Mia has maximized every square inch in her build and made it seem far roomier!

Her compact kitchen setup makes it easy for her to grab a morning cup of coffee, and her couch quickly becomes a bed at night. She’s able to live out her conviction of doing less damage to the earth with her micro footprint. What do you think?

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Incredible Ford Transit Connect Conversion

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Tracy and her family were ready for something different. Living in closer quarters in Santa Cruz during lockdowns was exhausting, but there was something magical about getting away to the mountains where her parents lived.

They’re now proud owners of a tiny house on wheels built by New Frontier Design. There’s a fun loft for their three kids, a big bathroom/closet area, and awesome lifted kitchen space for making family meals. They share their story below….

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New Frontier Tiny Home for a Family of Five

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Tyler and Juniper lived a minimalist life in Hawaii (Tyler even did mini-van life), and weren’t interested in paying rent when they got back to the mainland. While expecting baby Atlas, they decide to buy and renovate a shuttle bus.

Their budget-friendly build used tons of recycled and repurposed materials. They even kept an old bench seat to provide seating for Juniper and Atlas while Tyler drives. Enjoy the tour below.

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Family Shuttle Bus Conversion with Real Door & Lots of Storage

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Ready to hit the road and join the #vanlife and #buslife community? Check out this awesome short bus for sale in Georgia. It features a real front door, lots of windows, and a mini bathroom with a shower and Nature’s Head composting toilet.

The cork walls are a fun touch, and the rest of the interior is a pretty blue color. There’s an apartment-sized fridge, oven with stovetop, and a half-dinette. Check it out below.

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Short Bus w/ Bathroom for Sale in Georgia

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A wonderful retired couple from California was ready to downsize — so they sold their big house to their kids and had a gorgeous Cascade Max built for them by TruForm Tiny. They’ll park the tiny home as an ADU on the same property as their original home.

This park model has a spacious first floor bedroom with huge windows to let in natural light and lots of storage. They have a walk-through bathroom, galley kitchen, and ladder access to a bonus loft. The living room shares the bedroom’s big windows. Take a peek!

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Retired Couple Chooses THOW with Ground Floor Bedroom

Modern and Minimal Lofted Cascade Max. 29

Images: TruForm Tiny

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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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