In her 20s, Carly decided she wanted to start her own business as an esthetician, but needed an affordable living situation to make that happen. So she decided to go tiny. She worked with a local professional builder to create the shell, and then she finished the interior with the help of family and friends.
You walk into the “heart” of her home in the kitchen, where she has butcher block counter tops and a huge sink she can even wash her dog in. To one side is her bathroom, complete with a flushing toilet, and to the other side is her cozy living room with a great couch that converts to a guest bed.
She has a loft bedroom with tons of clothing storage, and hanging plants to finish it all off. Take the video tour below!
Love a park model? These high-quality ones are built by CrossRoads Tiny Homes in Texas. They are real 2×4 construction and built to last! They have a number of floor plans available to suit your needs.
The one below has a country/farmhouse vibe with a super spacious main bedroom in the back that makes it very accessible for aging clients. The living room and kitchen blend together seamlessly, and there’s a 3/4 bathroom. What do you think?
Gillian’s school bus conversion, “Jungle” has more color than most 2,500-square-foot homes! She left her career in set design, her 16-hour days, and her long commutes to NYC and LA to enjoy life as an entrepreneur on the road.
Gillian’s bus features tons of her own textile work (much made from ice tie-dye techniques), an oven, an oversized couch that doubles as a guest bed, and tons of jungle-y accents like bamboo curtains and bold peel-and-stick wallpaper. She does pop-up shops wherever she parks and sells her art along with vintage and thrift goods she finds during her travels.
Just wait until you see this amazingly well-organized Airstream tiny home owned by an adorable couple of entrepreneurs. They started downsizing their stuff a few years ago until they finally realized they didn’t need that 2500-square foot home anymore! So they started traveling and staying in Airbnbs.
When 2020 hit, they needed a home base, so they moved into an Airstream. They’ve been living in that ever since and are welcoming a baby soon! In this tiny home, literally every little thing has a home/container and it’s pretty amazing. Tell us what you think in the comments.
Dottie had spent 13 years living in New York City and working as a burlesque dancer, showgirl, personal trainer, and bartender. The pandemic put her out of work and eventually she left the city and moved back home. Her mom and stepdad have actually been living the RV life for a while, so it runs in her blood!
She ended up buying and fixing up her awesome van that even has space for her sewing machine and burlesque costumes in the garage! She has a cassette toilet, a Dometic fridge, an altar, and an outdoor shower. Enjoy the tour below.
Candyss was used to her life being defined by her military and police force obligations, so when she decided to transition out of that career, she had to find what freedom meant for her.
That led her to van life! She started traveling during the pandemic and now is on the road full-time. She didn’t bother with a huge kitchen because she doesn’t cook, and instead she made space for the things she wants (her clothes, beauty products and awesome giant plant). Her energy and positivity make her tour worth watching!
While plenty of people choose to go tiny to save money, Nikki & Emmaus just wanted the adventure! The entrepreneurial couple manages to make 6 figures a year from a variety of businesses, books, and passive income sources.
As such, they had their gorgeous van built for them by Off Grid Adventure Vans and the builder did a stunning job. Just wait until you see the green tile in the shower/bathroom area. It’s awesome!
This couple has such positive energy that radiates throughout their entire interview with Tiny Home Tours. Want to know how much it cost them to get their custom van build? They have an awesome breakdown video I included below.
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