≡ Menu

Tenaj and Tino were world travelers, always going to new places and enjoying exploration. But when the world shut down, Tenaj was finally able to convince Tino to get a Sprinter van and convert it into their full-time home!

Their beautiful build-out includes dark cabinets, textured walls, and bold bursts of colors. There are two swivel chairs, a flip-up extra countertop, and a couch that transforms into a tiny table and chairs. Oh, and there’s a bathroom. Enjoy the tour!

Don’t miss other interesting tiny homes like this one – join our FREE Tiny House Newsletter for more!

Their Super Stylish Van Conversion with Bathroom

World Travelers Choose Sprinter Van Life 2

Images via Tiny Home Tours

[continue reading…]

{ 1 comment }

Janis and Glen were nearing retirement age and looking for a downsizing option that would let them live close to the water. When they came across a renovated Airstream in the Tiny Tranquility park, they jumped at the opportunity. But the Airstream ended up being a little too tiny — so Janis started researching tiny house companies until she finally settled on Timbercraft Tiny Homes.

Her nearly 400-square foot home is absolutely stunning, with a ground floor bedroom for her and her husband, a loft room for their daughter, a large bathroom, and a great room/kitchen with bright blue cabinetry. All the windows inside let in stunning natural light. Let us know what you think!

Don’t miss other interesting tiny homes like this one – join our FREE Tiny House Newsletter

Their Gorgeous Timbercraft Tiny Home with Ground Floor Bedroom

Retired Couple Downsized to Airstream & Upsized to Custom THOW 3

Images via Tiny Home Tours

[continue reading…]

{ 4 comments }

Keith lived and traveled in his self-built 48-square-foot micro cabin on wheels for almost four years!

Nowadays, he runs his own carpentry business and has converted a garage into his highly organized workshop and man cave in Bend, Oregon. Check it out!

Don’t miss other interesting stories like this, join our Free Tiny House Newsletter for more! 

His 48-square-foot Micro Cabin on Wheels and Workshop

[continue reading…]

{ 1 comment }

Ron and Shayna used to live in an RV full-time, so they know what works and what doesn’t when it comes to renovating trailers. The couple now owns a business — Darlin Trailers — where they’re commissioned to renovate all kinds of RVs into beautiful homes for their customers.

Their latest project is this breathtaking 1963 Airstream Overlander, renovated in an airy Scandinavian style with a spacious luxury bathroom. It started out as a truly dilapidated old trailer, but now it looks like a perfect summer oasis. What do you think?

Don’t miss other interesting tiny homes like this one – join our FREE Tiny House Newsletter

They Renovated This 1963 Airstream Back to Glory

[continue reading…]

{ 3 comments }

Holly and Dustin were tired of the typical rent trap and wanted to do something different. They took the first leap of flying to Florida to buy their bus and from there got to work creating a home. With little experience, it took them redoing almost everything 3 times to get the bus to where it is today.

But all that experience is paying off! They now pay their bills by converting buses for other people, and they are on the hunt for the right acreage where they can build a workshop to renovate buses and start a homestead. Enjoy the tour of their rig below!

Don’t miss other interesting tiny homes like this one – join our FREE Tiny House Newsletter for more!

Holly and Dustin Are Searching the Country for Acerage to Start a Business

Stunning Woodwork in Holly & Dustin’s Skoolie 2

Images via Tiny Home Tours

[continue reading…]

{ 3 comments }

This is the story of Pax, a tiny floating cottage restored and rebuilt by Jason and Cayley.

It was originally one of the twenty-five boats built in Victoria, Canada for Expo ’86. They were able to acquire the ship for under $6,000 since it was in need of a complete rebuild. The two, one being a professional carpenter and the other a shipwright were able to turn the unwanted barge into a beautiful floating cottage inspired by the tiny house movement. After, they lived happily in it for a time but are now parting ways with Pax and entering a new phase in life and so the floating home is on the market! Learn more below.

Don’t miss other interesting tiny homes like this, join our Free Tiny House Newsletter for more! 

28-Foot Floating Home Custom Built by a Carpenter and Shipbuilder

[continue reading…]

{ 4 comments }

Modern Tiny Living’s latest client didn’t want anything “normal” about her home design. She asked for bold colors and she got it! The exterior is a bright blue with lime green trim, and inside a blend of rocket red with black accents gives it a little rock ‘n’ roll feel.

But it’s not just snazzy, it’s super practical! There’s a ground-floor bedroom, closets, lots of overhead storage, two lofts (one micro, one for guests), and a compact bathroom. The galley kitchen has lots of counter space and a convection oven and cook top. Nothing boring over here! What do you like the most?

Don’t miss other interesting tiny homes like this one – join our FREE Tiny House Newsletter

Lime Green, Bright Blue & Rocket Red Tiny Home

[continue reading…]

{ 7 comments }

Marion needed a full-time residence and hired Baluchon to do the job! She named her tiny house “The Witch” and it’s certainly an enchanting little house. Like most Baluchon builds, it has beautiful honey-colored wood tones throughout, and Marion chose burgundy cabinets for contrast.

There’s a loft bedroom upstairs with built-in bookshelves and hidden LED lighting for reading. The living room features a bold red couch that doubles as a guest bed and the kitchen has a whole bank of beautiful windows. Could you live here?

Don’t miss other interesting tiny homes like this one – join our FREE Tiny House Newsletter

Marion’s Beautiful Burgundy Tiny Home on Wheels

Enchanting Witch Tiny Home

Images via Baluchon

[continue reading…]

{ 4 comments }

Here’s a brand new 32-foot tiny house on wheels that a general contractor of Capstone Creations built during lockdown. The tiny home in North Carolina features one loft accessible via storage stairs, tons of counter space, and a spacious bathroom with a walk-in shower.

The living room has a fold-down table and plenty of room for a couch. In the kitchen, you’ll find large appliances including a dishwasher, and there’s room for a washer and dryer hook-up. It’s for sale on Craigslist for $119,000.

Don’t miss other incredible vans like this, join our FREE Tiny House Newsletter for more! 

North Carolina THOW w/ One Loft & Large Bathroom

[continue reading…]

{ 1 comment }
Previous Page Next Page