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This couple saw Baluchon’s Sauvage house and wanted one of their own! Dubbed the “little sister” of that design, the Sherpa tiny house is Marie-José and Sylvie’s full-time home.

The home has plenty of large windows, which let natural light flood in and keep the space feeling open. While most tiny homes sacrifice bathroom space, their house has a roomy one, with a walk-in shower stall and an incredible linen closet. What’s your favorite feature of this design?

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Beautiful New Baluchon Build with Gorgeous Teal Cabinets

Tiny House Sherpa 18

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This Snug Forest Bunkie in the woods of Meaford, Ontario looks like the perfect space to relax and retreat from the chaos of normal life. Inside the cabin, there’s a comfortable couch and micro kitchen on the first floor, and a ladder takes you upstairs to the cozy bedroom loft.

On the outside, a clear covered porch houses the outdoor shower and vanity. A pathway to another porch space leads to the outhouse. Additionally, there’s a fire pit and picnic table, perfect for outdoor relaxation!

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Beautiful Lofted Cabin in the Woods of Ontario

The Woodland Retreat Forest Bunkie 1

Images via Airbnb/Naomi

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If you’ve been around Tiny House Talk for a while, you’ve likely heard of John and Fin. This couple runs off-grid workshops, tiny house meetups, and their organization, United Tiny Homes, has donated thousands to charity! Oh, and they run a whole Airbnb resort in Georgia with several tiny homes they’ve designed and built.

But have you ever toured the home that started it all? The “Beloved Cabin” is their shed-to-house conversion, which they built 12 years ago and have been improving ever since. Most recently, they added a spacious greenhouse bathroom and kitchen which you’re going to love! Check out the whole tour below.

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Their Off-Grid Homestead w/ Shed Conversion

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Melvin and Emily spent 2.5 years building out an incredible short bus home, complete with one of the coolest handmade cedar doors we’ve ever seen on a skoolie. They decided to travel the country after finishing their military careers and discovering how much they enjoyed camping and exploring the outdoors.

The handbuilt home is incredible on the inside as well, with wooden cabinets holding huge drawers for kitchen storage, a high-up bed with a built-in step-up, and a tiled bathroom that houses their shower and removable cassette toilet. You’re going to love the tour below!

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Rooftop Deck and Handbuilt Cedar Door!

Veterans’ Awesome Short Bus Conversion (w: Bathroom!)

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Apollo created this incredible Overlander in just 36 days! He worked on it in the two-car garage of the 3000+ square foot home he was renting and now has the freedom to move around since he’s never been one to stay in one place for long. He put about $105K into the build and actually just purchased a larger Overlander which he plans to convert soon.

In order to give him the most space during the day, he decided to build in an elevator bed. Underneath the bed, he has a tool chest “dresser” and a desk with two monitors to allow him to work from home. He has a great solar system and one burner in his kitchen to cook meals. Enjoy the tour!

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Incredible Former Army Vehicle Turned Tiny Home

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Rachel had been wanting to try nomadic life for a while and finally decided to just go for it. While her dad originally said he wanted nothing to do with the project, when Rachel found herself in too deep, he came to her rescue and helped her finish the conversion.

With his help, she was able to keep the conversion under $25K, upgrading her solar and other systems when she had the cash. Her finished rig has a bathroom with a rainfall shower head, a twin-sized bed, and a kitchen with a cool tile countertop. Enjoy the tour!

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Building a $25K Ambulance Conversion with her Dad

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Tiff really wanted to get into vanlife, but it took a while to convince Eddy into it. Eventually, they agreed on the plan and spent a year converting their van with zero prior experience. They love that now they know how to fix anything that goes wrong with the rig.

While there are definitely some things about their conversion they would change, they’re proud of their hidden bathroom and extending bed. Their solar system is something to brag about too! So far they’ve only ever used shore power once. Check it out below.

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Longways Bed, Tons of Solar & L-Shaped Couch

Their No-Experience Van Build w Hidden Bathroom 3

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Ryan has always loved outdoor activities and wanted a lifestyle that would allow him to do more of what he loved. Vanlife was the answer. But instead of rushing into a conversion right away, Ryan took his time, carefully planning out every detail of his future home on wheels, and spent a solid 13 months converting it.

You can see his care and dedication when you watch his tour. He has some great upgrades, like an induction cooktop, closet for hanging clothes, and a full bathroom with a self-cleaning door, Nature’s Head, and even a clothesline for muddy stuff. But his pride and joy in the van in his epic garage, which fits his mountain bike and all his adventure gear in a streamlined and organized fashion. Check it out below!

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Shower, Toilet, Induction Cooktop & Hanging Storage

His $80K Van w Incredible Garage Storage

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Lauren and Kevin work as a speech-language pathologist and cybersecurity “hacker,” respectively, and chose bus life because Kevin’s time in the military made him miss time out in nature and traveling. Lauren wanted more space than a van offers, and with her anxiety, she was worried she’d struggle with the transition to nomadic life in a tiny vehicle.

While the initial transition of downsizing was challenging for Lauren, she now feels like she needs so much less than she has! They have a stunning DIY bus complete with a full bathroom with plenty of room to walk around, an awesome kitchen with a pull-out “island” that doubles their counterspace, and a cozy back bedroom where they can curl up to watch TV.

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Overcoming Anxiety to Enjoy Nomadic Life

Skoolie w 13 In Roof Raise & Full Bathroom

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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