When Bryce Langston, of Living Big in a Tiny House, needed a place to live while building his tiny home on wheels he decided to go with a Lotus Belle Tent.
This allowed him to escape the trap of high rent even faster! Furthermore, it helps him create the extra time (and money) to build his tiny house.
In the video below, Bryce shows you his new Lotus Belle Tent tiny home and how he set it up for full-time living. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
Man Escapes Rent with Belle Tent While Building Tiny Home
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Video: Living Tiny in a Lotus Belle Tent
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Love that tent! Clicked on the link and got three women standing on their heads with their feet straight up in that tent. Trying to find a price for it. Anybody know how much it would cost? Waking up in a tent the color of the sun… what a way to start the day. Are you going to keep it or sell it when you finish building your tiny house?
There are links across the top of the website. They start at $1,800.
Start at 1,800???? Does that come with anything!?
Hey Suzanne… sure it comes with something… a rather depleted bank account I would think. But, in its defence, these are built like the proverbial outhouse. Tough!
On the downside, like all tents, touch the wall while it’s wet and you get an instant leak.
And personally, I don’t think I could live in an environment like this where you are using bean bags for seats all the time. My back is bad enough without encouraging it to get worse with this sort of malarky.
Cool temp tiny home! My only question is who’s land is he on? How did the land situation work?
The tent is neat. But MY favorite parts are the rope bridge & bath house and his side board sink! Creative reuse and I would so rather have the waste and washup remote from my cooking/sleeping area too!
Please tell me what brand the cute little wood stove is and where it can be purchased. Thanks
I just saw that wood heater on YouTube a couple days ago.
Kinda off the tent topic … I get the north Kitsap Herold news paper from poulsbo wa a few times a week. First story yesterday was a woman living off grid in Kingston wa in a thow. Looked like it was close to down town. I grew up in this area… people have been living off grid since I was a kid. Now 52… I would ad link but this is it for computer skills. Yurts was the craze in the 1970s
Lisa, here is the link.
Great set up. Could you share where that great stove came from?
The stove is a Sparky from Wagener in New Zealand. Not sure if you can get them internationally, but their website is http://www.wagenerstoves.co.nz. They’re awesome, getting one for our shepherd’s hut.
Stove link: https://www.anevay.co.uk/outdoors/camping-stoves.html
When it gets built. 6 months?2 years? 10? Who knows? Sometimes life gets in the way of plans.
Hi Bryce. It’s beautiful. You or some of you must know Bill Moss? This is like a cross between his Op Tent and his O’Dome. The unfortunate thing is that there is not enough tension on the fabric to keep the walls taught. But I love it.
I already wrote it once. Abbreviated: Love it. Bill Moss. Op Tent. O’Dome. Low or no fabric tension on walls. Beautiful.
I’m thinking of the Lotus Bud or the Lotus Pearl as a little camping tent for the times when I just want to spontaneously hit the road go somewhere.