Now here is some super tiny living! Captains Kate and Nate live aboard their Hunter 28.5, which feels quite similar to van-size on the inside.
While it has everything they need — a stove, galley, bathroom and sleeping quarters — it’s pretty snug! Just proof that you can live with less than you think, and enjoy the open water.
The couple were flipping sailboats they buy at auction in Florida, but now charter their boat to Alaskan vacationers. You can plan a charter experience with them here. Be sure to check out the video tour of their sailboat with Tiny Home Tours below.
It took a pandemic to make Julie’s dream of living tiny a reality, but now she and her four special needs rescue dogs live in her 2018 Gulfstream Vintage Cruiser, and her second redone vintage trailer that’s her yoga studio.
I love the idea of the second trailer, because it doesn’t need electricity or plumbing, but gives you room to really stretch and relax that’s missing in many littler tinies and RVs.
Enjoy the awesome video tour and interview with Julie done by Tiny Homes Tours below! Let us know what you think in the comments.
When an engineer with a love of boating approached Minimaliste to create a custom Noyer for him, he had a lot of ideas regarding what he wanted, and the end result is a gorgeous top-of-the-line tiny with all the amenities.
Trash compactor? Check. Washer AND dryer? Check. “Smart” toilet? Check. You’ll also find a dishwasher, 7 foot-long drawers, and one of the niftiest showers ever in this 10×32 tiny house on wheels.
While not all of us would need the extras in this home (I’m not sure I even want a remote-control toilet), it’s cool to see a design that makes it all happen! Check out the video tour from Minimaliste below.
Philip & Jackie wanted a tiny house with tons of windows, and Tiny Idahomes delivered just that! Hopefully they have an awesome private spot to put their THOW with great views.
Inside they have the most amazing u-shaped kitchen with lovely robin’s egg blue cabinets. They opted for a loft bedroom, and even had unique stained glass sconces installed next to the bed. The bathroom features a neat leaf-shaped sink.
You can get all the specs after the photo tour. The home, as shown, cost $68,722, but the standard model starts at $46K.
Kris is a Tiny House Talk reader who was willing to share her gorgeous tiny home on a foundation in Alaska with us! It’s 500 square feet, and was built by a local contractor from a Sheldon Homes design (which, unfortunately, has gone out of business). Kris owned the land the tiny sits on outright, and after a couple years of making payments on her home, now lives debt-free!
She moved from a city apartment with neighbors sharing her walls to her cozy home in the country with her own space where she can craft and garden. There’s even a stream that runs through her property and lulls her to sleep at night.
We got to ask her some questions about her tiny life, so be sure to read our Q&A with Kris at the end of the post!
It took married couple Edwin and Clara 2.5 years to build it, but they moved into their very own DIY THOW just a month before California went into lockdown due to coronavirus. Their home sits on 27 acres in Northern CA — the absolute perfect spot to shelter-in-place.
This home was a true labor of love, with it’s post-and-beam construction created from wood they milled at a friend’s wood mill! They were both incredibly dissatisfied with their concrete jungle lifestyle in San Diego, where they worked too many hours and struggled financially. Their DIY home cost $30,000 to build, but it’s given them a new freedom with their time and more connection to the nature all around them.
We got to interview the amazing couple, so enjoy the photo tour of their incredible home below and then read the Q&A! And don’t forget to follow them on Instagram @tinyhomewildadventures.
The content and information here is for entertainment and should not be taken as professional advice. While we strive to provide accurate and helpful information, we are not professionals. The owner of this website disclaims all warranties expressed or implied regarding the accuracy, timeliness, and completeness of the information provided.
Tiny House Talk lets you list tiny homes for sale or rent as a free service but Tiny House Media, LLC, TinyHouseTalk.com, and its contributors do not validate/verify the information we receive for these listings so it is your responsibility to verify the information we provide for you. Please do your due diligence and deal with people in person. Thank you.
We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.