Michael decided to sell his big house in Tennessee and use the equity to buy his very own tiny house to take with him on his US travels. He found this awesome 18 foot Firefly from Little Homes of Texas and prettied it up with an awning, shutters, fold-up deck and more.
His home has a downstairs bedroom, compact bed and galley kitchen. It only weighs 3,800, meaning he can take it just about anywhere he’s wanted to travel since he hit the road in July! Read his story after the photo tour below.
What was once an insulated semitruck trailer has been transformed by a master carpenter into a tiny house on wheels (with a downstairs bedroom!) and it’s for sale!
The home is 40 feet long by 8 feet wide, and includes a beautiful l-shaped kitchen with open shelving, a living area where you can easily fit a comfortable couch, and a bathroom complete with a tiled walk-in shower.
It’s available on the Big Island in Hawaii for $100,000. You can contact the seller here.
Check out this stunning new build by Liberation Tiny Homes. This 40×10 Gooseneck trailer gives you 400 square feet of living space, and it’s so well-maximized in this THOW.
The bathroom is by far the most ingenious part, since it has a separate toilet closet! You take the storage stairs up to the gooseneck bedroom, that has full standing room so you won’t feel cramped. It also has extra closet space up there for clothing.
Meet Derrick and Kelly: They’ve been living in their DIY vintage-and-antique-filled THOW now for 2.5 years. They’ve moved it three times, and lived in both California and Montana, taking their home with them.
Living tiny has allowed them to tackle their debt and still enjoy amazing vacations like a 3-week trip to Europe! Altogether, the materials for their tiny home cost around $35,000, and nearly 60% of them were recycled or reclaimed, which makes their home super unique.
We got to interview the couple (@tinyhousebigsky) which you can read at the end of the post, and Tiny Home Tours did a fantastic video tour of their home about a year ago, which you can watch as well. Enjoy!
This is to announce and show you the XL ONE XL Tiny House from Escape. It’s the biggest ONE XL they’ve ever built and you can see it here (it’s wider, taller, and longer than the standard ONE XL).
There are some photos of it straight out of the factory that you can see below, and also a video tour of it. By the way, if you’re reading this before June 5, 2020, you can save $5,900 on it. More info on that and more below.
The most notable feature of this home is the large picture window in the back of the THOW that follows the pitch of the roof and lets in oodles of natural light. The sage green color painted around the window on the interior makes it feel one with nature outside.
Another neat part of this house? It has a projector screen that pulls out of a hatch in the loft bedroom floor! Enjoy the photo tour below.
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