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Hunter & Carly first got their taste for tiny living from traveling in an RV, but wanted something that was their own. Initially, they considered converting a van or shuttle bus, but ultimately decided if they were going to go through all the trouble of DIY-ing a home, they wanted it to work for them for as long as possible!

Since they’re open to having kids someday, the couple got a “big bus” and even created a storage area that can convert to bunks if/when their family grows. They chose a big open floor plan with long couches, a spacious kitchen (with awesome live-edge countertops), and a cool bathroom with their Separette toilet above the wheel well. Enjoy their tour and let us know what you think!

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Their Off-Grid Skoolie Built to Last

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This is the Domek family tiny house by Acorn Tiny Homes out of Toronto, Canada. The owners built and live in this tiny house with their young son and are in the business of building tiny houses for others.

Domek boasts 3 lofts (2 sleeping lofts and one office space), a glass atrium above a bathtub/shower, and an ergonomic and spacious kitchen.

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Incredible Tiny House with an Atrium Shower, Kid’s Loft, Parent’s Loft, and Office Loft

Domek family tiny house by Acorn Tiny Homes 001

Images via Acorn Tiny Homes

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There’s no chance of this family being caught without power! Dad Derek got the wild idea to move his wife and two young kids into a school bus, and he pulled out all the stops with his brilliantly-designed solar system, fold-down bench seat for safe car seat travel, and large IKEA-mattress-sized bunks for his littles to grow into.

They have a big kitchen with some cool dual-drawers that hide knives from little fingers, and an awesome toy/book drawer. Raising their kids on the road has given them amazing opportunities, and they look forward to “road-schooling” for years to come.

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Thomas Bus Conversion for Family of 4

Parents & Two Young Kids Skoolie w Epic Solar Array 3

Images by Tiny Home Tours

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Matt and Nikki were supposed to get married in 2020, but when those plans got messed up, Nikki slowly started convincing Matt that a bus conversion would be a super fun lifestyle change. At the time they were childless, but the couple just moved into the bus and are expecting a baby any day now!

Nikki spent a lot of time at their local Maker’s Space in Canada, where there are all kinds of tools available for projects. She learned a lot from the folks there, and the couple also relied heavily on family members to help with different aspects of their build. The final result is breathtaking!

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Their Shuttle Bus Conversion Life with a Baby on the way

They’re Expecting A Baby & Building a Bus!

Images by Tiny Home Tours

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Kelly and Tamarr served in the Air Force and Marine Corps, but when it was time to retire, they decided to do something different and live in an RV while homeschooling their son. It gives them the freedom to travel the continent (they were in Baja during this video tour) and grow closer as a family.

This military family chose a 2021 Winnebago Navion for their home on wheels. It has off-grid capabilities making it great for boondocking, and they got it brand new and under warranty (which proved to be a good move — watch the video!).

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Traveling the Continent in Their 2021 Winnebago Navion

Retired Military Family Moves Into an RV Full-Time 2

Images by Tiny Home Tours

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This awesome family spent two years building their DIY tiny home from the trailer-up, and the end result is a gorgeous family-centric home which they have parked in a great tiny house community in Texas.

And there are no bunk beds for these kids! Each one has their own rooms with amazing murals painted by their mom and plenty of space for toys and treasures. Oh, and the cat even has a “catio” where she can go outdoors without the risk of getting lost or hurt. Pretty cool!

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Family THOW in Texas Tiny House Village

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Amber and Jaylyn first decided on RV life when it was just the two of them — he’s a Marine and they wanted to spend money on something that was theirs, rather than paying for base housing with every move. It also fits their minimalist mindset.

While they did buy a larger toy hauler when their daughter was born, they’re still happily living tiny. Just wait until you see the cool elevator bed they put in the toy-hauler part, as well as Journey’s adorable nursery.

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Young Family with Baby went tiny with a Toy Hauler RV Renovation

Family of 3’s Toy Hauler Tiny Home Reno 4

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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This Swiss-roll-style cabin is a fun twist on your basic cabin or even a dome. Two connected tubes make for a perfect family stay, complete with pod bunks for the kids, and a double bed for the adults.

It’s in a lovely, peaceful location, and has a hot tub in front for ultimate relaxation! There’s a kitchen table and kitchen area for prepping meals. With some storage, this could make a great full-time abode. What do you think?

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Domed Cabin Getaway with a Hot Tub

The Willow Family Pod. 6 18

Images via Pat/Airbnb

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Katelyn and Katie owned a 3-bedroom home and two cars, but decided it was time to simplify! The couple and their daughter had an RV renovated by Our Lively Tribe RV Renovations, moved in and then started traveling to National Parks.

The home has a super cool kids’ room, extra comfy couch-bed for snuggles, and then they rearranged the main bedroom layout by turning the bed sideways! They are expecting another baby this spring and then will be off traveling again.

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Country-Chic RV Conversion for Family

Family of 3 (Soon to be 4!) RV Travel Life 2

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