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This is Derek and Hannah. They’re a married couple with a tiny house on wheels in Tucson, Arizona! I think they have one of the nicest showers I’ve ever seen in a THOW!

My wife Hannah and I are beginning the build of our tiny house on a trailer. We currently live in Tucson, Arizona and plan to do the entire build here. We are both digital nomads. We work at home and make our entire income from promoting a plant-based vegan diet on YouTube and from our best selling recipe books. You can find all of that information on our website, Raw Till Whenever.

Related: Married Couple’s Wind River Bungalow Tiny Home

Married Couple’s Tiny House on Wheels: Life Inside a Box

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This is a married couple’s Wind River Bungalow tiny home on wheels in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

From the outside, you’ll notice it’s set up beautifully. It even has a covered area to store their bicycles.

Inside, you’ll find a kitchen, living area, bathroom, wardrobe, and an upstairs sleeping loft.

Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Married Couple’s Wind River Bungalow Tiny Home

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Images © Wind River Tiny Homes

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This is the 276 sq. ft. Nomad’s Nest tiny house on wheels designed and built by Wind River Tiny Homes in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

In fact, Jeremy & Lindsay Weaver, of Wind River Tiny Homes, are a husband and wife living in it! And Jeremy is 6’6″ tall.

It’s built right onto a Gooseneck trailer and is pretty cool because it’s a one level design meaning there’s no upstairs sleeping loft.

Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Related: Couple’s 204 Sq. Ft. Dream Tiny Home

Married Couple’s 276 Sq. Ft. Gooseneck Tiny House

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Images © WindRiverTinyHomes

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This 85 sq. ft. tiny house is a guest post by Jordan Checkshare yours!

We officially moved into the 85 sq. ft. tiny house on June 1, 2014. We have lived in our small abode for a full year.

From its conception the house has cost about $11,000 out of pocket. Right now we rent the spot we are parked in, we pay $200 a month, and of course $18 for electric on average. After our latest projects like building stairs to the loft (to replace our tiny ladder) and prime and paint the house we anticipate being finished with total spent of approximately $25,000.

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Married Couple Living in 85 Sq. Ft. Tiny Home

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Images © The Tiny House Wife

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This 689 sq. ft. apartment redesign is called the Fujigaoka M and was done by Sinato Architects in Tokyo.

They created an L shaped wall to separate space for two bedrooms inside. This wall has built in shelves, storage, and a seating area.

According to Dezeen, the apartment is lived in by a married couple who also wanted to have a guest bedroom.

689 Sq. Ft. Modern Apartment Redesign for Married Couple

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Images © Toshiyuki Yano/Sinato

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Hi Alex (and Tiny House Newsletter readers). I’ve been a subscriber to Tiny House Talk for a while and have often wondered why there weren’t more people celebrating living tiny in trailers such as an Airstream. I’m a semi – retired builder and designer, I specialized in Earth, Straw, and other appropriate building materials, and have been a proponent of small houses for many years.

I’ve built quite a few and lived in “alternative” housing much of my adult life, buses, trailers, barns, and tiny houses. A few years ago we ended up living in a suburban house so as to care for my wife Nicky’s ailing mother; our then 23yr old daughter pointed out that it was the first time in her life she’d seen us living in an ‘ordinary’ house.

Maybe it was this statement that prompted us to look forward and make plans for when we could move on. We considered buses, trucks and tiny houses on wheels and decided that we wanted a trailer, as its prime function was to travel easily throughout NZ, on both highways and more remote rural roads, and to park up for extended periods if we, or work, called for it. We also had an interest in simplifying and minimalism, a process we haven’t regretted.

Couple Downsize into a DIY Airstream Tiny Home

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Images © Bob Gilkison

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