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Hugo and Kaori started dating and later discovered that both of them wanted to travel the United States — he wanted a van, and she wanted an RV. They compromised and bought a short bus that had been used as a party bus for a few years, complete with a ball pit and neon lights.

They had one last party in the bus before stripping it down and transforming it into their home. They have a huge desk that runs along one room for the couple to work their remote jobs, as well as a custom welded bed and a kitchen with plenty of space for cooking from scratch.

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They Turned A Ball Pit into a Bedroom

Party Bus Turned Tiny Home!

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Indigo River Tiny Homes just finished a new Airbnb for a client — a Rambler 20-foot model with a stand-up loft area. The most unique feature in this THOW has to be the awesome cabinets and appliances which are all a lovely Robin’s Egg Blue color.

There’s a little living room and a kitchen with all the necessary appliances you’ll need to make a nice breakfast on vacation. The bathroom has a tiled shower and flush toilet. Enjoy the photo tour below!

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The Tiny Home Has Robin’s Egg Blue Cabinets And Retro Appliances

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All it took was a serendipitous six-hour bus ride to change Molli’s life forever. But I won’t spoil the awesome story of how she came to possess this former 70s party boat she has called home for the past six years.

The boat doesn’t sail, but it sits happily in the marina where Molli has a wonderful community of fellow boat-dwellers. She has done a huge overhaul of the interior, which includes a lovely bedroom, kitchen with a super retro 1950s oven, and even a giant bookcase for her library.

Personally I adore her boat garden, complete with tomatoes, herbs, cucumbers, eggplant and more!

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You’ll Never Guess How She Got This Houseboat

Six Years on Her 70s Party Boat Turned Tiny Home

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This is Jupe! A tent-based tiny house concept with same-day setup.

I suppose one can say it’s almost like a modernized Mongolian yurt, except it’s not round at all, but it is relatively easy to setup and install on the same day, much like a yurt.

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Jupe Prefab Tents With Same-Day Setup

Jupe Inc Tent-Based Prefab Tiny House 001

Images © Jupe Inc.

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Obviously we’re all well aware that tiny homes didn’t originate with Jay Shafer, but it’s cool to see some vintage photographs of tiny living!

Our reader, Liz, sent us these photos of women and children living in shacks (that look quite similar to the tiny houses of today!) while their husbands felled timbers and milled wood to build their own homes in Jackson County, Alabama. This was part of the “New Deal” attempts to resettle farmers who had lost everything in the Great Depression.

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Tiny Homes of Yesteryear: Skyline Village

New Deal Era Tiny Homes in Jackson County, AL 3

Images via Alabama Pioneers

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The Lancaster is Liberation Tiny Home’s newest tiny house model, and it doesn’t disappoint.

In the stunning u-shaped kitchen you’ll find bench seating, a flip-up counter top, and a blend of open and closed shelving. The living room sits in the middle of the tiny house, with a bench storage couch facing not one, but TWO TVs! A curved staircase takes you to the main sleeping loft, while an iron bar ladder accesses the other one. Across the home you’ll find the full bathroom.

This model starts at $89,000, and you can go to Liberation’s website to add upgrades and schedule your build! Enjoy the photo tour below.

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28′ Custom THOW w/ Nautical Feel

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These fraternity brothers weren’t interested in doing another year of online college, so they decided to convert a 1999 Thomas 3800 DT466E school bus and hit the road instead.

They had a tight budget of $10K, including the cost of the bus itself. Amazingly, they managed to stay pretty close to budget and were still able to raise the roof and add a shower and wood stove, and everything else they wanted.

Right now the guys are living off of their savings and see what the U.S. has to offer before jobs tie them down. Enjoy their video tour below.

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They Raised the Roof in Their School Bus Conversion

Landyacht Two College Bros & Their 10K Skoolie!

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This one-of-a-kind Cedar and metal tiny home was built by Drew, a creative and driven designer with a passion for sustainable living in style. Most of the materials were reclaimed from a variety of resources and recycled into ideal use. It’s fully solar-powered by a 1200 watt Renogy system, three 170 amp-hour Lithium Iron batteries, and a 3000-watt inverter/charger.

The interior is laid out like a luxury suite with healthy plants adorning the walls, operatable skylights to brighten the space, and custom artwork for a unique touch. The functional bathroom holds a toilet and full shower with a high-efficiency head and dampener valve. The kitchen has abundant storage with an induction cooktop and built-in wall oven aside from a gorgeous 24×48 tile for the backsplash.

The most outstanding feature of this DIY build is the seamless drop-down deck and fold-out awning. Drew can have a beautiful porch with shaded seats and endless views in a matter of minutes!

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His Off-Grid Tiny Home on Wheels

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Adam and Chelsea knew each other in high school, but reconnected after some time in the military where they individually traveled the globe. Once married they kept traveling and one of Chelsea’s friends showed her skoolies.

At first, the couple thought it was insane. But after diving down the #Skoolie Instagram rabbit hole they were committed, and just days later purchased the bus! That said, it would be another 2.5 years before they actually moved in.

Amazingly, they only spent $11K on their bus home. Determined to do it on the cheap in case it didn’t work out for them, they found the cheapest way to do everything and the results are amazing! Watch the video tour to learn more.

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It Took 2.5 Years, but only $11K to Finish This Skoolie!

Family’s Beautiful Bus Build for Under $11K!

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