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What you’re about to see is not a tiny house. It’s a really interesting situation because it’s a commercial bank building that was most recently owned and operated by Bank of America.

Not one of my favorite companies. In fact, they shouldn’t really exist anymore. But for some reason this house makes me happy because this guy took it and turned it into a humble home of his own.

I think you’ll also find this unique bank to house conversion interesting. And don’t miss the video interview/tour below.

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I encourage you to get the complete tour below:

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This one reminds me of my buddy Deek over at RelaxShacks.com because 1) it’s a micro cabin.

2) It’s really funky. And 3) it’s a an owl cabin! And as far as I know, Deek likes owls.

The owl house also reminds me of Deek’s UB30 cabin that he built for his brother Dustin for his 30th birthday. So in case you’re interested in staying in the micro owl cabin, it’s located in Sandhills, Hightown, United Kingdom.

The Owl House Micro Cabin

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Either way, I encourage you to take the full virtual tour of it below:

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Tiny houses on trailers aren’t the only way to live simply.

And if you like the water as much as I do you’re going to love this little floating cabin.

It’s a barge tiny house vacation rental on the water in Seattle, Washington.

When I go visit Seattle for the first time I just might book a stay here. What do you think?

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I encourage you to enjoy the rest of the tour below:

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I know this is random, but have you been wanting to become more healthy?

Who doesn’t, right? But if you’re not happy with your energy level, weight and eating habits then continue reading.

I know it’s a little unusual because I’m talking about health and not tiny houses.

But this is something I’m also passionate about and wanted to share with you if it’s helpful to you.

If not, please ignore the rest of this post and jump here for more tiny houses. But if it is, I think you’ll find a lot of value here.

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But if you have been thinking about developing some more healthy habits I’m all about making this simple and easy for you.

I’ve also personally tested several ways to start exercising and eating better and I’ve found a strategy I’m sharing with you here that will get you to keep doing it consistently over time easily and without pain.

And I guarantee you that if you follow the easy steps I outline here it will be easy for you too no matter where you’re at now. I promise. But you do have to be willing to start. I can guide you, but only you can do it.

How to Gain more Health & Wellness in Just 3 Days: One Simple Way

So let’s get started. Here’s what I’m going to have you do if you’re willing to:

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Mr. Luker’s Tiny House project is a relatively new blog recording the building experience for new tiny house builder named Joe.

He really doesn’t share much about himself on his blog or on his attached Google+ profile, but just from reading through his blog you can tell that he is passionate and dedicated to the project.

Joe visiting April Anson's tiny house. Photo by Joe Luker.

Joe visiting April Anson’s tiny house. Photo by Joe Luker.

He started the project in April 2013 by explaining his reasoning for building a tiny home. Like many of us he was attracted to the idea of reducing his finances and the positive environmental impact of a small home.

He explained in detail about his trailer choice and even asked for advice on the overall construction in some the earliest posts this year. You can also see his Sketch-Up designs for the building on the website.

I encourage you to scroll or click below for more of Joe’s story and photos of his tiny house project.

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Today I wanted to show you Jay Shafer’s Weller tiny house design.

It’s a 115 square feet gabled cabin designed to be built on a 7′ x 16′ trailer.

This home embraces classical geometry which Jay and his Four Lights Tiny Houses are famous for.

What I like best about it is the traditional craftsman bungalow style.

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This isn’t the most inexpensive tiny home because it’s a quality designer house but it’s still made to be affordable to ordinary folks like you and me who might want a lot of style to go with their future little house.

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This year a lot has happened in the world of tiny houses including quite a bit of new books.

In this post I wanted to share some of my new favorites with you along with some of the classics.

Some of these books will inspire you with photos and others will be filled with valuable how to information.

You might still be gathering ideas for your future home or you might be eager to build up your construction skills.

Either way some of these books, if you don’t already own them, should help inspire you towards your dream tiny house.

1. Tiny House Magazine by Kent Griswold

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How to get the latest issues of the Tiny House Magazine

I encourage you to enjoy the rest of the tiny house books list below:

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