Chelsea’s tiny home was a way for her to be close to family but still have her own space. She was able to put her tiny house on her family’s nut farm and stay close to her grandfather, mom, and nieces! After 2.5 years of living tiny, she got that wanderlust again and wanted to travel!
So now she rents out her tiny home, travels, and can always come home to it when she needs to reconnect with the people she loves. Inside her tiny home you’ll find amazing DIY pallet couches, an extra tall ceiling so she could sit up in bed, and a nifty table her dad helped her build. What do you think?
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Her Tiny House Allows her to Travel
She bought the tiny house from Vintage Cottages in Oregon and has customized it with the help of her dad.
They used pallets to build couches in the living area and there’s a sleeping loft above the kitchen and bathroom.
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I love this design; it is brilliant! There is so much space used to maximum potential, and the decor is warm and inviting. Bravo!
Love it! I want one!