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!
This board and batten park model was built to house code by a father-and-eight-year-old son duo, and the results are gorgeous! The home is 392 square feet and includes a spacious living room, nice kitchen and full bath and a private back bedroom with closet space.
After the success of this build, they formed Yesterway Cabin Company and are working on more tiny homes! What do you think?
Because park models are rarely moved, you can usually get them wider than the legal road allowance, which allows for a spacious living space. That’s very true in this 15×35 Monarca model with plenty of elbow room!
Remarkably it comes with a lovely covered porch on the outside, but the interior is also grand with a spacious living room, downstairs bedroom with a closet, and a well-designed bathroom with a tiled walk-in shower. It’s for sale now in Loop Liberty Hall, Texas for $83,000. What do you think?
Seth and Emily are a remarkable couple, parents to four young children and awesome entrepreneurs who build amazing container vacation homes full-time! Their latest creation — the Roca — sits between two mossy cliffs in Hocking Hills, Ohio.
This wild home is made up of two 40-foot containers and one 20-foot container. It sleeps 5, has an epic spiral staircase, and just wait until you see the fantastic decor! There’s a deck with a hot tub overlooking the valley as well. I want to live here! How about you?
Go tiny today! This beautiful 399 sq. ft. park model tiny home sits on a secluded 3/4 acre lot in a community in Lyerly, Georgia. It has everything needed for full-time living, including a screened-in porch, simple kitchen, first-floor sleeping arrangements and even stacking laundry.
It has a 50-year metal roof, is RVIA and ANSI-certified, and was built strong by Mennonites. Furthermore, it’s for sale right now for $79,900.
This 399-square-foot park model tiny house is called the “Monarca Kendall 1/1” — it has a ground-floor bedroom and a bedroom loft with access via a staircase.
The bathroom has a stunning walk-in tile shower and there’s a lot of storage in the kitchen. The covered front porch, however, is this home’s most remarkable feature. There are a number of land lease options in the area if you’re interested. It’s for sale for $65K in Liberty Hill, Texas.
Eric and Marissa always wanted to travel, but their non-remote jobs were holding them back. Once the couple figured out ways to manage a couple of Airbnbs and a rental van, they found the freedom to enjoy life on the road!
Their camper sits on top of a flatbed truck and has all kinds of amenities, like a wet bath (with a Natureś Head composting toilet), a fixed queen bed over the cab, and an awesome little kitchen that makes it easy to cook great meals. Enjoy the tour!
Since she was young, Jenn has always been hustling — working multiple jobs and rarely slowing down. She became the CEO of a chain of her own salons right as March 2020 shut down Chicago for three months. With all that time to finally stop and reflect, Jenn realized she was ready to pivot.
Most people didn’t expect a successful businesswoman to jump into #vanlife, but Jenn didn’t care! She’s able to travel to her different salons and do conferences while bringing her home with her. The “soft and sweet” vibe inside her van gave her a safe place when “the world was on fire.”
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