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This gorgeous board-and-batten tiny house was built just over a year ago by Korallus Tiny Homes in Colorado, and it’s looking for a new owner! It’s their “Aspen 2.0” model, which we showed off back in May. Right now, it’s set up for off-grid living with ground-mounted solar panels and a Separett toilet.

The beautiful home has an open kitchen and living area on one end and a curved staircase up to the loft bedroom on the other. A large bathroom includes a tiled shower-and-tub combo, and a bright yellow door welcomes you home! It’s listed for sale for $88,000.

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Tiny Home with Board and Batten Exterior and Yellow Door!

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Sometimes people take old things and transform them into something new, but in the case of this windmill Airbnb in Ukraine, the owners built a cottage intentionally to look like an old windmill.

This definitely has its advantages, as the home includes all the necessary amenities (kitchen, plumbing, fireplace, etc.) that wouldn’t have been included in an older mill. Guests have access to all four windmill floors, including a living room, kitchen, bathroom, and turret-like bedroom.

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Modern Cottage in Amazing Windmill Style

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This is such a fun little cottage located on the mythical grounds of Yale School of Magic. Dubbed the “Wizard’s Roost,” it’s a fantastical space with a beautifully painted front door that hides a mini “halving door” for kids to use.

In addition to a comfortable queen-sized bed, there’s a bathroom with a shower stall and a lovely little kitchenette with a hot plate and mini fridge. Tons of fun decor make it truly feel like a magical getaway.

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Quirky & Cute Cottage Vacation on a Farm

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Images via Airbnb/Michael

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Jenn loves all things fantasy and hobbits, and she wanted that reflected in a mystical tiny home. She commissioned Tiny Heirloom to make the fairytale cottage she dreamed about, and this Tudor-style home really delivered!

Not only does the outside look like a perfect Tudor home, but the inside is also filled with moody and magical colors like purple cabinets, shiny glass tiles, and a bold copper soaking tub in the bathroom. Something about a spiral staircase feels castle-y and yes, they managed to include one going up to the loft! Enjoy the tour below.

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Copper Clawfoot Soaking Tub in this Fantasy THOW

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Images via Tiny Heirloom

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This is a whimsical tree cottage at Bliss Ridge Farm in Moretown, Vermont.

Dr. Seuss-inspired, luxury treehouse perched at the top of an 88-acre, organic hill farm, further surrounded by 1000s of acres of wilderness. Designed by B’fer Roth, DIY network TV show host of The Treehouse Guys, this is an authentic treehouse built within and around living trees.

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Dr. Seuss-inspired Treehouse in Vermont

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This is the Storybook Tree Cabin in Southern Pines, North Carolina.

It’s a whimsical cabin built on stilts near North Carolina breweries.

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Rustic Treehouse Getaway w/ Rooftop Balcony

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Images via Airbnb/Andrew

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Chris Rodiger is a senior at Colby College in Maine and an accomplished artist. As if his gorgeous “En Plein Air” paintings weren’t enough, he built himself a truck bed tiny house with minimal woodworking experience — and the result is stunning!

He calls it the “Beehive” and he spent the summer of 2021 living and working out of the truck, selling his paintings. His college was awesome and actually funded his tiny home creation as part of a class project — does it get better than that?

Now he’s back on campus (gets a little too chilly in Maine for his un-insulated tiny!), but he can always head out in his home and paint wherever calls him! We got to do a Q&A with him, which you can read after the video about Chris below.

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This Truck Bed Tiny Can Be Disassembled by Two People!

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Images via Chris Rodiger

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While off-grid vacations are fun, it’s nice to stay in a treehouse with all the amenities, including a tiled indoor shower and — yes — a flush toilet!

This craftsman-built treehouse has funky a-symmetrical wall and a wonky window to add a bit of character. But there’s a leather couch, comfortable queen bed in the loft, and even a pulley for lifting your luggage. The live-edge counter tops and woodland accents make this stay both cozy and luxurious. Learn more below!

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Quaint & Quirky Treehouse on 5 Acres in GA

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Images via Airbnb/Debra

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Larry contacted us to show us his gorgeous creation, the Casa Maria. He built this vacation home about four years ago in Costa Rica for less than $60,000.

Including the loft space, the home comes to 764 square feet. It’s built out of cypress wood and has asphalt roofing. Underneath the neatly curved roofline of the house are a carport and laundry room. The main living space is wide-open with couches, a fireplace, kitchenette, and pool table. There’s a bedroom and a bathroom, as well. Enjoy the photo tour of Larry’s wonderful small home!

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Beautiful Costa Rica Cottage on Stilts


Images via Larry Windes

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