Here is a family of three living comfortably in their 28ft tiny home. It’s the Kootenay model built by TruForm Tiny.
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Family of Three’s 28ft Tiny Home on Wheels!
Photos via Instagram
This is what happens when a young family decides to go tiny.
What a wonderful idea!
This is a TruForm Tiny House Build, by the way. 🙂
Their kitchen has everything you need in a tiny house, including a wonderful window view for when you’re doing the dishes.
The barstool actually pulls out for more counter space. Pretty-nice!
And this tiny house has storage galore…
Maybe that’s why they have no problem living tiny?
One happy family in a tiny house.
The parents bedroom.
The kiddo’s nook. 🙂
Still enough space to play and be silly.
Yet everything just about at an arm’s reach.
What do you think of living tiny as a young family?
Photos via Instagram
A special thanks to Andy and Tricia for sharing!🙏
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This is stunning!
Where do I get more information so I will buy it.
Hello, right here: https://truformtiny.com/contact-us
Where did the little girl sleep? Does she sleep with the parents? Its a beautiful house though!
Yes, it’s shown on the 13th photo down…
Wow, that’s beautiful and despite many people thinking otherwise, tiny homes and small children are a perfect combination – and the best way to arrest the accumulation of over-priced, seldom-used plastic clutter that is synonymous with kids these days. When we moved into our apartment we gave the largest bedroom to our ten year old, who still sleeps on a crib mattress beside my bed and drags her worldly goods from ‘her bedroom’ into the lounge anyway. We are paying for an expensive closet and wanting to get away from that is a primary driving force for my desire for tinydom. When she was a baby/toddler, we lived in a log cabin with a small loft for sleeping – the little wretch spent most of bedtime pitching her toys over the railing and then crying for their return because she couldn’t sleep without them. I wish I’d thought of cargo netting, but that was the only thing that presented any difficulty at all for living tiny with a kiddo – now I’d just need a good internet connection lol!