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Summit Tiny Homes in British Columbia, Canada keeps things compact in this 20 foot THOW — and does it in style!

A mint green door with diamond windows take you into the little space where you’ll find a built-in couch tucked under a picture window. The kitchen has lovely retro appliances and a washer/dryer unit under the storage staircase that leads to the loft. In the bathroom you’ll find a luxurious glass shower stall, basin sink, and a toilet.

You can design your own Summit Tiny Home and get a quote on their website here.

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20 Feet of Comfort and Style in this Cabana Model!

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Here’s a great example of how to fit a downstairs bedroom into a tiny house on wheels. The Modern Bohemian by Summit Tiny Homes leaves nothing out, including a large closet in the Master bedroom for clothing!

You walk into the kitchen complete with modern versions of retro appliances (full fridge, full oven and farmhouse sink!). Take a right to go through the bathroom with a tiled shower/tub combo to the main floor room. Above those is a storage loft accessible via ladder. If you go left you’ll end up in the living room which includes a storage staircase which takes you into another loft.

The whole thing has a lovely feel and great craftsmanship! Get a quote from Summit here.

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Modern Bohemian THOW with Downstairs Bedroom!

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The Purple Heritage is one of British-Columbia-based Summit Tiny Homes‘ classic models (The Heritage) with a fun purple exterior (per the client’s request).

On the inside the home has a loft bedroom, relaxing living room with a bay window bump out, and a lovely galley kitchen with cloud-shaped cabinet pulls!

While this one was designed specifically for a client, you can get your own 24-foot-long Heritage starting at $89,999 CND / $69,999 USD, and they offer financing. Contact Summit Tiny Homes for more details.

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Classic Design Gone Purple! The Purple Heritage

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This is the Heritage Tiny House on Wheels.

It’s a Victorian-style tiny home on a trailer built by Summit Tiny Homes out of Vernon, British Columbia, Canada.

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24ft Victorian-Style Tiny House: The Heritage by Summit Tiny Homes

The Heritage Tiny House by Summit Tiny Homes

Images © Summit Tiny Homes

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This is the beautiful 34ft West Coast Tiny House on Wheels by Summit Tiny Homes.

It’s an incredible 375 sq. ft. tiny home that was built for a family of four.

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The West Coast Tiny House by Summit Tiny Homes

Family of Fours 375sf West Coast Tiny House by Summit Tiny Homes in Vancouver 001

Images © Summit Tiny Homes

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Remember the Halloween house from last week? Here’s a full tour!

Shelley lives in a gorgeous 36 x 8 ft. tiny house on Whidbey island off the coast of Washington. She purchased land there after her divorce, and her professionally-built tiny home is a temporary housing situation while she gets approval and financing for a larger pre-fab home.

Her home has a first-floor bedroom with room to walk all the way around the bed, a loft guest room and a long galley kitchen that allows her to cook whatever she likes. Enjoy!

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36 x 8 ft. Tiny Home on Washington Island

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This is to let you know about Ethan Waldman’s upcoming free 3-day tiny house summit. It’s an online learning event taught by 30 leading experts happening November 4-6, 2022. So please clear your calendars and gather friends!

This three-day event brings together some of the most knowledgeable experts on all things tiny living. You get the opportunity to learn about everything from building your own tiny house to decorating and living in one. Learn more and get registered below!

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2022 Tiny House Summit Free Registration

Day 1 Speakers Tiny House Summit

=> https://tinyhousetalk.com/tinyhousesummit

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Tragically, Derek lost his mother when he was 18 years old. He got around $40,000 from her life insurance and was able to use that money to purchase his $26,000 home on wheels. Now he feels like his home is an extension of her. Derek immediately painted his home a variety of bold, wonderful colors and changes the paint and styles up frequently.

Just recently, he invited two roommates to move in with him and his dog and cat. Compared to the high cost of living in his former Portland apartment, spending just around $200 per month for his home ad utilities is pretty amazing! What do you think?

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With Roommates, His Rent is Around $200/Month

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When ADUs became legal in a small Central Kentucky town, Janet and her son/daughter-in-law saw a great opportunity! The son and daughter-in-law own the land and larger home, and Janet lives nearby with her grandkids in a backyard cottage. It’s 320 sq. ft. with no wheels and was built by a local traditional builder.

Minus the deck her son built later, the cost for the home came in at $60,000. She furnished it with compact IKEA furniture with hidden storage and has a garden shed as well.

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Janet’s ADU in Her Son’s Backyard

320 sq ft. Conventional Foundation Tiny Home 3

Images via Janet

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