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Dancer and Fashionista’s Amazing French-Inspired Shuttle Bus 4

D knows what she loves and is so unapologetically *her,* and you can see that all the way through her shuttle bus conversion. She actually built and owns her own tiny house, but found it was too difficult to tow around. So she used the leftover materials from her THOW build, along with other reclaimed items, to create a girly French-country-inspired mobile home she can take anywhere.

D loves her extensive, eclectic wardrobe, so she made sure to have room for it on the bus. She also brought along her entire plant collection, painted an adorable cow print soaking tub, and made sure her Squishmallows had a home in her twin-sized bed. She’s also a pole dancer, so she made a home for her pole inside the bus under her bed. Enjoy the tour below!

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Cow-Print Soaking Tub, Tons of Squishmallows and Her Entire Wardrobe

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Senior Finds Safety and Security and Financial Freedom in Her Container Home 2

After suffering sexual assault, Sally found herself feeling unsafe in her three-bedroom home. She would need to check closets and bedrooms to make sure they were clear. But now that she’s downsized into a tiny container home, she feels at peace in her surroundings filled with artwork.

Her home has all she needs and with rent at just $500/month, Sally doesn’t have to worry about her finances anymore. She has a little pool on her rooftop deck, a comfy front porch, and there’s a Murphy Bed indoors so no ladders for her. Enjoy the tour below.

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Assault Survivor is Thriving in Her Container Home w/ Murphy Bed

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Captain Tucker’s Escape to Baja in His Class A RV 2

It’s so secret that restaurant owners/workers/chefs work long, tiring hours. And during the past few years, it’s been harder than ever to navigate the ever-changing laws and restrictions. For Captain Tucker, he thought buying an RV to put behind his restaurant where he could catch naps during his 14-hour days would be enough to restore his body and mind. Ultimately, though, he packed up the restaurant and took the RV to Baja for a schedule-less season of rest.

He kept his Class A RV fairly standard, bringing along his fishing gear, cooking supplies, and guitar. He made his own granola to sell on the side and has been surfing, kite surfing, and practicing his music while savoring the beautiful weather. Since his video tour below, Captain Tucker is back in the States and has re-opened his restaurant. Good for him!

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His Winter in Baja & Finding Himself Again

Captain Tucker’s Escape to Baja in His Class A RV 2

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Canada to Panama and Back in ProMaster with Murphy Bed 3

Anne-So and JP met in university and later started dating. It was their New Zealand road-tripping in a rental van that made them fall in love with vanlife, but JP wasn’t quite sold on selling all their stuff, quitting their jobs, and moving into a van full-time — at first!

Thankfully, he came around, and the couple had the amazing opportunity to travel from Canada to Panama — and back — in their Promaster. Now they are taking the van around the United States and seeing all the U.S. had to offer. What do you think of their van?

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Now, This French Canadian Couple is Traveling the U.S.

Canada to Panama and Back in ProMaster with Murphy Bed 3

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Artist and Web Designer on the Road at 18 Years Old 2

Emma and Justin fell in love at 15, and as high school graduation loomed, were trying to decide what to do next. College? Stay home with their parents? Neither option sounded fun, but they saw van/bus conversions all over YouTube and thought that was their best course of action.

While they spent $6,000 more than they thought they would, and it took months longer, the end results of their bus conversion are truly stunning. There’s a wet bath, a kitchen with plenty of counter space, and even room for a mini art studio for Emma’s creations. Plus, this couple is adorable! Enjoy their tour below.

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They Transformed This Short Bus into an Amazing Home

Artist and Web Designer on the Road at 18 Years Old 3

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Super Moody 2008 Chevrolet Express Conversion 8

In a world where almost every van/tiny house/big house is “bright and airy,” it’s pretty fun to come across something stylish and — dark! The moody interior of this 2008 Chevrolet Express feels cozy and stylish in it’s own way, proving that you can use dark colors in a small space.

I also love how the van “has it all,” with a wet bath, kitchen with a two-burner stove, living/dining area, and a separate bed over the cab. This looks like a really comfortable design, perfect for a cross-country excursion. What do you think about the color scheme?

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Stunning Class C Conversion with a Shower!

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If you’re going to have a loft bedroom, having standing room and a staircase to reach it is the way to go! The Leola model by Liberation Tiny Homes makes that happen in this 30ft x 10ft house. I’m always amazed at how much more spacious a tiny home feels with that extra two feet in length.

Besides the loft bedroom, there’s a storage loft over a cozy living room space that has plenty of room for a real loveseat, T.V., and some guest seating. The kitchen features a dining peninsula and a coffee cubby, and there’s room for a washer/dryer unit in the bathroom alongside a small shower stall. What do you think of this home?

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You’ll Love the Standing Room in the Loft!

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The latest tiny house built by MitchCraft might just be the *perfect* tiny home. I’m not sure what it’s missing. Not only is there a bedroom you can stand up in, but the room also has a washer/dryer AND full closet space, so you can put your clothing away as soon as it’s dry.

Downstairs, there’s an L-shaped kitchen with a rounded table/counter for eating. The living room is both cozy and grand, with a bookshelf and two couches. There’s a storage/office/bonus loft. Oh, and the full bathroom looks like it came out of a spa! Seriously, this tiny house has it all. Let us know what you think in the comments.

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L-Shaped Kitchen, Full Bathroom & Tons of Living Space

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Images via Mitchcraft

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WonderINN Mirrored Glass Cabin Norway 4

Talk about a stunning vacation property! Set above a Norwegian river is this modern mirrored glass cabin with a second sleeping pod and a personal hot tub that’s sure to make this a magical stay.

The tiny home itself has a queen bed on one side, and a glass bathroom with a rainfall shower head on the other. In the middle, there’s a kitchenette and dining area, again, with beautiful Norwegian views. What’s your favorite part of this spot?

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Norwegian Getaway w/ Hot Tub, Rainfall Shower and Second Bedroom Pod

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