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This is a tiny house built on a terrace of a condo in Italy.

It was built by an artist, Gabriella Farella, and her husband.

When you go inside, you’ll find a kitchenette, living area, art table, and beautiful tile work throughout.

Plus they’ve also created a wonderful covered outdoor space and you can tell that lots of reclaimed materials were used to build it. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!

Artist’s Terrace Tiny House in Italy

Artist's Terrace Tiny House in Italy

Images © Gabriella Farella

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Close your eyes and imagine living on the beautiful coastline of Pescara, Italy. Hearing the waves, smelling the salt water day after day. Now imagine that the house that you’re living in is a tiny beach house perched up high on stilts above the sand. Sound like a dream? Think again!

The amazingly built Trabocco beach house designed by studio zero85, is a simple 4.5 meter space which doubles as a living room /bedroom combo and also comes equipped with a kitchen in the back of the beautifully laid out floor plan.   The inside of this beach house is beautifully designed however, the best feature of this tiny house is the exquisite timber wrap-around deck, which provides additional living and entertaining space.  Set up a patio table, chairs and umbrella and you’ve got yourself a perfect space to enjoy with your friends and family.

The ocean view alone is enough to sweep you away into a dreamland, but imagining yourself sitting on that perched deck with your favorite glass of vino (or other beverage) in your hand is enough to get you giddy with joy. We applaud studio zero85 for the stellar work they’ve done on this beautiful tiny beach home.

Little Stilt Beach House in Italy

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Images © Sergio Camplone/StudioZero85

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In 2013 the designers at R3Architetti in Turin, Italy were hired to help turn this shop into a beautiful tiny loft apartment for a young professional who wanted a simple living space.

The lower level of this tiny apartment is designed for living and working. It includes the kitchen which unfortunately we don’t get to see, a bathroom, and the first floor bedroom.

The upper level has another sleeping space as well as another study/work space and it overlooks the lower level. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you.

From Shop to Loft: Tiny Loft Apartment in Italy

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Images © R3Architetti

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Wanted to show you this tiny treehouse cabin in Italy today.

It’s one of those Airbnb places that you can vacation in.

This particular one is a cabin on stilts surrounded by trees.

The micro home has a full bathroom, bedroom and porch.

All with panoramic views of the hills. They call it Aroma(n)tica.

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This century-old cottage in Renous, New Brunswick, Canada, has barn red siding reminiscent of one-room schoolhouses of old. The cupola on the top and covered porch on the side of the house add some extra charm.

You walk into an open-concept first floor with honey-tone wood floors, walls, and ceilings. A wood-burning stove, vintage furniture, and an L-shaped staircase lead to the loft bedroom. The room is built into the gable ceiling and feels like a cozy hideaway from the world! What do you think of this cottage?

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Small Schoolhouse Cottage on a Peninsula

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Images via Airbnb/Connie

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Ryan has always loved outdoor activities and wanted a lifestyle that would allow him to do more of what he loved. Vanlife was the answer. But instead of rushing into a conversion right away, Ryan took his time, carefully planning out every detail of his future home on wheels, and spent a solid 13 months converting it.

You can see his care and dedication when you watch his tour. He has some great upgrades, like an induction cooktop, closet for hanging clothes, and a full bathroom with a self-cleaning door, Nature’s Head, and even a clothesline for muddy stuff. But his pride and joy in the van in his epic garage, which fits his mountain bike and all his adventure gear in a streamlined and organized fashion. Check it out below!

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Shower, Toilet, Induction Cooktop & Hanging Storage

His $80K Van w Incredible Garage Storage

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Erica had spent three weeks traveling a large swath of the country in her car, thinking she could never sell her house and do full-time vanlife. But when she was about to go back to another year of teaching, she realized how unhappy she was with her current situation!

So she went ahead and sold her house, bought her van and converted it into a great home for her and her two big pups. She did all the work herself, so she’s prepared to fix just about anything that goes wrong while she is traveling.

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She Can Fix Anything In Her DIY Rig

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Images © Tiny Home Tours

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Here’s a treasure! The tiny vacation homes set up by Friland are located in some magical spots in Northern Italy! These THOWs are designed as a way to relax and reconnect with nature, and you can see why. This particular cabin is on the Monte Prat plateau — essentially a dazzling mountain cliff.

The tiny homes are modern and simple, with a double bed under a giant picture window, a little kitchenette, and a bathroom with a toilet and shower stall. Absolutely perfect for a weekend stay.

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Get Closer To Nature in This Vacation Tiny Home

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Images © Friland

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Stuart and Charlotte were no strangers to tiny house life when they bought an old military truck and decided to transform it into an off-roading home. They had already spent a couple of years living vanlife, but wanted a rig that could take them anywhere.

They spent much of the 2020 lockdown finishing their build and have been chasing good weather and beautiful sights ever since! Read their story and enjoy the photo tour below.

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Their DIY Overlander Built From Old Military Vehicle

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