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Huckleberries Lake Cottage is a perfect studio vacation spot with lovely views of the Utah landscape — and some adorable goats! You walk in through French doors, and are greeted by a grand electric fireplace and hearth that steals the show! A rattan couch allows you sit up close by the fire, and a queen-sized bed is tucked under a well-curated gallery wall.

The space also has a clawfoot tub/shower set-up, a washer and dryer, and a mini kitchen with a toaster, microwave, and mini fridge. Outside, you can soak in the two-person hot tub or grill some burgers. What do you like most about this cottage?

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Huckleberries Lake Cottage in Huntsville, Utah

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Images via Airbnb/Merilee

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Do you remember your college days of being piled in a concrete room with one or two other strangers? Or perhaps your first off-campus apartment that was barely passing building code and featured constant repair issues? These new studio apartments, built for the freshman students at Erasmus in the Netherlands, are sure to make you jealous!

The architects at Studio Standard were called upon to transform an old office building into functional housing for Erasmus Exchange students. They used “tiny house” inspiration to make the 162-square-foot spaces into fully-functioning homes including a kitchen, bathroom, queen bed, dining space, couch, and office space! Apartment designers all over the world should take inspiration from this innovative design going forward.

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Amazing Studio-Style Apartment Design in the Netherlands: Do Erasmus Exchange Students Have The Coolest Dorm Rooms?

Do Erasmus Exchange Students Have The Coolest Dorm Rooms?

Photo Credit: Wouter van der Sar

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Here’s an adorable 16 ft. studio tiny house built by Dragon Tiny Homes in Georgia. The one-floor tiny house has a ground-floor bedroom, a little kitchenette, and a compact bathroom.

This would make an awesome Airbnb, but it could be modified for a full-time living! It’s for sale now for $39,750.

  • Dragon Tiny Homes in Georgia presents a 16 ft. studio tiny house on wheels.
  • Featuring a ground-floor bedroom, kitchenette, and bathroom.
  • Available for $39,750, offering versatility for Airbnb or full-time living.

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Adorable 16 Ft. Studio THOW from Dragon Tiny Homes for $39,750

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Rita is a remarkable woman who converted an old shuttle bus into her PINK home on wheels in just a few months — all by herself.  Oh, and she only spent $9K on the whole thing!

She kept the interior of her bus simple, but awesome, and made sure she had a dedicated studio space for all of her painting with different mediums. Enjoy the tour!

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Her $9K Bus Conversion Done in a Few Months

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Are you looking for a backyard studio design? These free plans are for a 17×12 cabin with space for an office area and a bed/couch set up. It would be a great way to expand your living space or create a guest room.

Just like all the new Zero plans, these are free to download immediately and can be submitted to your planning board for approval before building.

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Build a Custom Backyard Studio with These Free Zero-3 Plans

Zero-3 Backyard Studio

Images © Zero

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Budd the Bus is the home-on-wheels for Ethan, a nomad who wanted to have his own place, without spending so much money on Colorado rent. He had already downsized to a studio apartment, so the bus gave him much more freedom without sacrificing much space.

His bus features an adorable wood-burning stove, a super-compact bathroom, a fold-down desk, and more! Enjoy the pictures and Ethan’s story below.

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He Spent 1,112 Hours Creating His Minibus Home

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Originally, Maggie and her father were thinking of building a full-time-residence tiny home, but when her pottery hobby really took off back in 2020, the two decided a mobile pottery studio was in order.

Their 12×8 creation is absolutely stunning, and it has heating, AC, electricity, and plumbing. It acted as her storefront for a while, but now it’s parked on the land where Maggie and her fiancé are building their dream home. She was kind enough to do a Q&A with us, which you can read below!

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12 x 8 Father-Daughter Custom THOW Build

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While tiny houses are great spaces to live in, they’re also the perfect vacation option, allowing more privacy and versatility than a hotel room. That’s why Dillon Beach Resort ordered three awesome studios from Tru Form Tiny to add to their resort.

Each of the homes has the same layout, with a living room at one end with a pull-out bed, a kitchen space in the middle and a little bathroom at the end. To differentiate the models, the client chose unique tiles and color schemes. So lovely!

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Three Stylish Studios For Tiny Vacationers

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The “Pause House” is just that, a gorgeous spot where you can pause from the rat race of every day and find solace in a cozy modern cabin nestled in Yucca Mesa. The 560 square foot studio has all the luxuries of home and more — like a hot tub and soaking pool with dazzling sunset views.

There’s a covered patio to let you enjoy eating outside, but inside has a full kitchen and a cozy L-shaped couch where you can relax after a long day of touring the area. Would you live here?

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Modern Vacation Cabin in the High Desert

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