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This is to let you know that there’s an available tiny house (unit 8) in the Escape Tampa Bay Tiny House Village in Thonotosassa, Florida.

It’s an Escape ONE XL Tall model with the solar option. Take a look below and if you’re seriously interested get in touch with sales over at Escape using the information below. What do you think?

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Escape ONE XL Tiny House Available in Tampa Florida Tiny House Village!

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Images via Escape Tampa Bay

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I came across this Polish tiny house company and wanted to share some of their tiny house models with you! This one, called the “Porto” is one of their larger models. It clocks in at 271 square feet, and they offer both a basic and comfort version depending on your budget.

This particular version of the home has pine clapboards on the ceilings, walls and floors, which contrast nicely with the darker cabinets and furniture they chose to put inside. There’s a 3/4 bathroom on one end, and a living area with a wardrobe on the other.

This home can sleep up to 6 people between the two lofts, and the couch downstairs. Take a look!

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Aurora Company in Poland Creates Sleek 23-Ft. Tiny Home on Wheels

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Images via Aurora Company

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This is a full photo tour of the Noyer XL Tiny House by Minimaliste.

It’s a customized version of their Noyer XL model which features a slightly raised main floor living area with tons of storage underneath. It’s pretty awesome! What do you think of this design? Is it a layout that you can see yourself in?

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10’x35′ Noyer XL Tiny House With Main Floor Bedroom

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Images © Minimaliste

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I love when something old gets a new life, and that’s especially true of this milk barn, complete with a vaulted ceiling, that’s gotten a new life as an Airbnb.

What was once an insulated cooler for milk on the farm in the 1940s got a new life when Master Carpenter David Raponi renovated it and created a quirky home for himself. He lived there for seven years.

Now the barn has become a vacation rental on what is still a working farm. The surrounding landscapes are gorgeous, making this a lovely spot for a peaceful getaway.

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1940s Milk Barn Turned Airbnb Cabin

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Images via Airbnb/Rio

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This is the 24-ft. Forever Model Tiny House on Wheels by Forever Tiny Homes.

It features a storage staircase with a handrail to the loft, living area, kitchen, and bathroom. Check it out!

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28-ft. Gable Style Tiny House by Forever Tiny Homes

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Luke’s bus might have the most gorgeous paintjob I’ve seen! The sunset, the mountains, the large tree with mature roots. Stunning.

For the past 2.5 years, “The Digital Nomad Guy” (@thedigitalnomadguy/Instagram) has been traveling the country in his converted school bus. While the bus was partially built out when he bought it, he finished up the interior (and exterior) and made it his home on wheels.

Luke got in touch with us looking to show off his build, so be sure to enjoy the photo tour and read what he wrote at the end of the post (including his top advice for those wanting to go tiny).

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2.5 Years on the Road in a Mural-Painted Skoolie

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