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We interviewed Tim & Sam, the owners of Tiffany the Tiny Home, just after they moved into their THOW, and now it’s been nearly three years and they’re still living tiny!

In fact, the couple purchased a small island in Florida where they are in the process of building an octagonal tiny home on a foundation (@shellmate_island on Instagram) that they will rent out to others who want to try out the tiny life. They’ll continue to live in Tiffany, just in a more idyllic location they own.

Tiffany (@tiffany_the_tiny_home on Instagram) has such an elegant interior with dark trim, cream walls and stained glass windows. We caught up with Tim & Sam in our Q&A at the end of the post, so be sure to read that!

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Tiffany the Tiny Home Updated Owner Interview

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During this COVID-19 crisis, we’re all trying to self-isolate and #stayhome as much as possible — which gets a little interesting when you live in spaces under 300 square feet!

We decided to check in on some tiny house dwellers around the world and see how they’re holding up during quarantine and what they’re doing to stay sane! From creating a work-from-home office to long nature walks to binge-watching Tiger King, these tiny homers are figuring out how to live large despite the tight quarters.

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Tiffany the Tiny House: Tim & Sam

Tim & Sam live on a campground North of Sarasota, Florida in their THOW. 

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What’s been the hardest thing about quarantine in a tiny home? Definitely both of us working from home. We don’t have office chairs with lumbar support, so it can be tough to find a spot to settle in for an 8 hour work day but make it work. If one is in a webinar and someone needs to take a phone call we utilize the outside space for separate areas.

What have you been doing to stay sane? Tim is constantly doing something at the new property and tiding things up there. He has a bunch of projects to work on. He also bought an Xbox to play with friends to keep a social interaction alive. Sam is still working normal hours, but spends lots of time cooking, reading, and Facetiming friends.

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This is the Blue Lifeguard Stand Tiny House with two bedrooms on the main floor at Tiny House Siesta.

It’s a vacation rental in Sarasota, Florida that sleeps up to 4 people comfortably. What do you think?

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Blue Lifeguard Stand Tiny House Sleeps Four On The Main Floor (It Has Two Bedrooms)

Lifeguard Tiny House With First Floor Bedrooms In Florida

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This is the Sand Dollar Tiny House! It’s an open-concept tiny house vacation rental in Sarasota, Florida.

It’s actually less than one mile to the beautiful beaches, too! Take a look and let us know what you think of the design in the comments. Is this a THOW you can see yourself living in? Why or why not?

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Open-Concept Tiny House Vacation Rental in Sarasota, Florida Less Than 1-mile to the Beach!

Sand Dollar: "Not-So-Tiny" House In Florida -- 5 Mins. To The Beach

Images via Tiny House Siesta

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This is the Green Lifeguard Stand Tiny House vacation rental in Sarasota, Florida. According to the listing, it’s Amish-built in 2018 and is located less than 1-mile to the beach. Nice!

It’s decorated with Margaritaville-style decor and features a kitchenette, bathroom, living area, and two sleeping lofts. Take a look and let us know what you think about it in the comments below!

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Amish-built Lifeguard Stand Tiny House With Two Sleeping Lofts Near the Beach in Sarasota

Lifeguard Stand Theme Tiny House In Florida

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This is a 2003 Forest River Sandpiper Toy Hauler Trailer that has been renovated into a tiny house on wheels. It has approximately 184-square-feet of space to offer inside. This trailer is located in Sarasota, Florida.

The unit was stripped down all the way to the studs and completely rebuilt from the inside-out. The owners planned to keep it for themselves, but their plans have changed so now it’s available for $16,500 according to the listing on Tiny Home Builders.

184-Square-Feet Toy Hauler Trailer Tiny House Conversion For Sale in Florida

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