While many married couples live in large homes with “man caves” or “she sheds,” Elisa and Ryk decided to do away with that and instead live in two tiny homes — one for her and one for him — with a beautiful outdoor living space in between them. Even paying rent for two spots in a tiny house community, they’re still saving compared to the rent they used to pay!
Her home has a bigger kitchen and his house has a dedicated office space for his work. While they sleep in Elisa’s loft bedroom, they watch movies in Ryk’s bed that has more headroom and a large TV. Since they got married later in life, they both had a lot of treasures and can decorate with them as they please in their own spaces! Would this work for you and your other half?
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Side-by-Side Tiny Homes in a Tiny House Village
This is *his* house. Love the colors!
The inside of her tiny house, with a big U-shaped kitchen.
Inside his house, there’s lots of art on display.
VIDEO: His & Hers, 2 Tiny Homes parked side by side
- Elisa and Ryk live in two separate tiny homes, one for her and one for him, with an outdoor living space in between.
- Despite paying rent for two spots in a tiny house community, they are saving money compared to their previous rent.
- Elisa’s home has a larger kitchen, while Ryk’s home has a dedicated office space.
- They sleep in Elisa’s loft bedroom and watch movies in Ryk’s bed, which has more headroom and a large TV.
- Both of them have their own spaces to decorate with their treasures.
- The couple’s tiny homes are located in the Mt. Hood Tiny House Village.
- They can be followed on Instagram and YouTube through Tiny House Expedition.
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