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This is a Theater-inspired Tiny Home on Wheels by Tiny Heirloom. And it’s actually available right now under their pre-loved tiny homes section (for sale).

This tiny house was featured in their television series, Tiny Luxury, which is on the HGTV/DIY Network and the tiny home could be yours with an asking price of $94,900. It’s called the Theater Home. More info below!

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Dual Loft Tiny House with Amazing Bathroom, Theater Style Living Room, Outdoor Shower, And More!

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This is the Cozy Cottage. It’s a tiny house on wheels built by Tiny Heirloom that’s available for sale under their pre-loved tiny homes area!

If you’re looking for a unique, comfortable, and practical tiny house, this could be it. It features a full kitchen, bathroom, and a creative Murphy bed that doubles as a dining table! What do you think?

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Cozy Cottage Tiny House For Sale… A THOW With A Murphy Bed That Doubles as a Dining Set

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This is Tim. He is the first resident at the new Escape Tampa Bay Tiny House Village and this is our email-exchange-interview with him.

If you’re curious as to what it’s like moving into and living in a newly developed Florida tiny house community, well, this is your lucky day because Tim is giving us a sneak peek into his new life. Enjoy!

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Tim’s Life In A Tiny House At Escape Tampa Bay

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Tree House Built On The Preserved Trunk of 100 Year Old Cottonwood Tree via East Zion Resort 002

This is the Original Tree House located at East Zion Resort in Orderville, Utah on 490 East State Street. It’s a rock climber’s dream because you can actually climb up from the inside of the trunk. It’s super-cool!

The craziest part about it? It’s built on the preserved trunk of a 100-year-old cottonwood tree that actually died on the property! How interesting is that?

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This Tree House Was Built On The Preserved Trunk Of A 100-Year-Old Cottonwood Tree!

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Couples Custom VW Camper with Solar via Nate Murphy YouTube 001

This is the story of a DIY custom VW camper outfitted with solar-power shown here thanks to Nate Murphy on YouTube! It’s Roman and Ioana’s custom VW van camper.

They planned to buyer a newer motorhome, but when they ran into this beauty, now named Leni, it was like love at first sight. Enjoy and learn more below.

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Couple’s Customized High-Top VW Camper Van with Solar-Power

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Sir Cedric The Magical Tree House in Ferndale via Tiny House Giant Journey YouTube 007

This is the story of Scott’s 400-sq.-ft. whimsical treehouse named Sir Cedric that he built he built in his backyard as his passion project. And best of all, he built it with mostly reclaimed materials.

The even better part? You can actually stay here and experience the place yourself! Does it get better? Yes, because Jenna over at Tiny House Giant Journey already did that and she’s here to share the experience with you! Enjoy…

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Meet Sir Cedric, The Magical Tree House in Ferndale, Washington

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