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Surf Shack Tiny House by Alex Wyndham 001

This is a 300 sq. ft. mobile surf shack in Santa Barbara, CA. It was designed by Alex Wyndham. Plans available here. What do you think?

Surf Shack Tiny House by Alex Wyndham

Photos via Tiny Living

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Pen Sardine Tiny House 012

This is a tiny house on wheels built with sustainable material by Ty Rodou. The company is located in Landeleau, France and prices range from 27,000-45,000 euros. What do you think of their Pen Sardine THOW below?

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13 Year Olds DIY Tiny Cabin 001a

This is the story of a 13 year old who built his own tiny cabin for only $1500!

Meet Luke Thill, who at age twelve started working on his very own tiny house- one a mere 5′ by 10′, but with a sleep loft, transforming dining table, and even a small kitchenette. At age thirteen, using money from summer lawn-mowing jobs, and bartering (electrical wiring help in exchange for cleaning out a garage in one case), Iowa’s Thill completed his tiny house- one that he calls the practice precursor to a future “real” tiny house he plans on designing and eventually living in.2

Inspiring 13 Year Old Builds His Own Tiny Cabin for only $1500

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The London Tiny House by Ty Rodou 005

This is a tiny house on wheels call the London.

It’s built in Landeleau, France by Ty Rodou.

How do you like it?

The London Tiny House by Ty Rodou

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Train Caboose Hunting Cabin in NY 008

This is an old train caboose converted into a tiny hunting cabin on 89 acres (not a typo) in Verona, NY. It’s listed for sale on Estately for $84,900. What do you think?

Train Caboose Hunting Cabin in NY

Photos via Estately

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Sam's tiny house tour - Exploring Alternatives 01

After finishing grad school, Sam decided that a tiny house would be a perfect fit for her lifestyle. She wanted to remain in Vancouver, BC to be near work, family and friends; but the cost of living in the city was incredibly high.

She also wanted to be able to work a not-for-profit job without worrying whether she’d have enough money for rent each month. Last but not least, tiny houses were a housing solution that fit well with her environmental sustainability values.

Sam's tiny house tour - Exploring Alternatives 01

Image © Exploring Alternatives

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MasonMainShot_EditedInstagram

This is the 160 sq. ft. off grid tiny cabin called the Mason. It’s located in Central Frontenac, Ontario at Cabinscape. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

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