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While we specialize in tiny houses around here, sometimes people need a minimal life with just a little extra elbow room! This 741 sq. ft. design is perfect for a family of four, with a queen-sized bedroom and bunk room upstairs.

On the first floor, you’ll find a kitchen with full-sized appliances, an entryway and laundry room, and a cozy recessed living room with an electric fireplace focal point. The coolest feature of this home is the upstairs terrace, which you can access through the primary bedroom or via an exterior staircase. Would you want to build this home?

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Plans for Gorgeous Two-Bedroom Small House

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Just when I think we’ve seen everything when it comes to tiny homes, TruForm Tiny comes out with this awesome Cascade Mini that features a loft laundry room. So cool! The queen-sized bed is underneath that loft and makes for a snug-as-a-bug sleeping arrangement that doesn’t require ladders or stairs.

Another amazing feature of this tiny house is the screened-in porch on the front, which gives you an incredible spot to enjoy a cup of coffee! Want a change of scenery? Climb up the spiral staircase at the back of the house and enjoy the rooftop deck! And yes, the rest of the house includes a cozy living room with an electric fireplace, a full-sized kitchen with a movable island, and a full bathroom with a shower stall, soaking tub, and composting toilet. What do you think of this incredible design?

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350 Sq. Ft. THOW Featuring Loft Laundry Room

Cascade Mini urban style 3

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Kelsey and Luke own almost identical dogs, although each one is a mutt! That immediately bonded the pair and after Kelsey’s car and apartment leases were up, she moved into Luke’s home — but the house seemed way too big and constricting. That led them to begin searching for a van.

However, they found vans were too tiny for four of them, and skoolies were too big. The short bus was a perfect “Goldilocks” option for them. Overall they spent about $22K on the bus and the conversion, which includes a convertible bed in the back and a rooftop deck on top to give them a spot to have “alone time” when needed.

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Couple & Their Dog in Convertible Bed Bus

Astrologist’s $20K Short Bus w: Rooftop Deck

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Nico designed and built a high-tech, luxury tiny house for just $100,000 that meets all his living needs and more! His home features a Murphy bed, convertible table/coffee table, tons of flat-front cabinets, and luxury finishes.

His bathroom includes an incredible tub with jets and a faucet that can spin up to help you wash your face/mouth. Beyond that, he has a cozy office loft and an incredible rooftop deck where he can do yoga. Enjoy the fascinating tour of his home below.

  • Nico designs and builds a $100K luxury tiny home with high-tech features.
  • The tiny home includes a jetted tub, convertible spaces, and a rooftop yoga deck.
  • The smart design showcases a Murphy bed, hydraulics, and modern luxuries.

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Nico Designed and Built a High Tech Tiny Home

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Like for so many others, this skoolie conversion was born in 2020 when Mike & Tina were looking for something to occupy themselves in the midst of shutdowns. They’d only been dating for 8 months, but they decided to jump into the build and see what happened. It’s now their vacation rig which they use to take their kids traveling.

They still live in Florida right now while their teens finish up schooling, but they have dreams of hitting the road full-time once they’ve graduated. You’re going to be amazed by the tile work in the luxury bathroom and how well they built the rooftop deck. Tell us what you think in the comments!

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Family’s Incredible International DT456 with Rooftop Deck

Their Vacation Skoolie w Epic Tiled Bathroom

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Garrett and Staci met in preschool, dated in high school, got married, got jobs, and got a house. They “had it all” and yet something was missing. After some serious soul-searching, they realized that being able to travel and explore was just what they were longing for!

Their DIY ProMaster conversion has all kinds of special features, including a permanent gaming setup and a rooftop deck for coffee with the sunset. These digital nomads have no plans of returning to normal life, and they splurged in some places to make sure their life on the road runs as smoothly as possible.

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Couple’s DIY Van Conversion with Special Gaming Setup

DIY ProMaster w Office & Rooftop Deck 2

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Deyana needed a life change, and when she discovered bus life, she went ahead and purchased a bus a week later! She worked hard to convert it, all while working full-time as a special education teacher online.

Her practical rig is also beautiful, with a 24×24 shower, lots of counter space, an oven, 3-foot wide closet, and even a couch that becomes a guest bed. What do you like best about her skoolie?

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Shower, Big Closet & Doggie Hide-Out

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Looking for a romantic getaway this summer? You might love this hand-crafted tiny cabin that overlooks the Little River in Tennessee. Not only was the building lovingly constructed by the hosts, it includes all the comforts of home, including a luxury bathroom, cozy gas fireplace, spacious covered deck, and private roof-top deck for cocktails and sunsets.

There’s an outdoor fire pit where you can roast marshmallows, and upstairs is the loft bedroom that leads out to the private deck. You have access to the river, so you can fish, kayak, or just sit out there and watch the wildlife. What do you think?

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Hand-Built Vacation Cottage on Tennessee River

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What better way to find your future home than by traveling the whole country? That’s what former manager Colin is doing in his 2003 Ford E350 Short Bus conversion. Tired of his high-paced life in San Francisco, he purchased and converted the bus to meet his unique needs.

He ramped up his solar, so he could run a larger fridge and freezer for meat and beer, as well as an awesome outdoor shower with plenty of hot water. His goal is to find a small town somewhere where he’ll buy land and build a house. What do you like most about his rig?

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His 2003 Ford E350 Short Bus w/ 600 Watts of Solar

Colin’s Short Bus With Rooftop Deck 3

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