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This is the Felling Tiny House Plans by Adam Rasmussen of TMBRZ Design! It’s a modern 30-ft. tiny house design with one-level living in mind which means no lofts or stairs and a regular bedroom in a tiny house!

You might remember the Tiny Two-fer design from Adam, as well as his STEM-N-LEAF tiny house. You can use the plans to build it yourself or to hire professionals to do it for you. What do you think? Could you see yourself living in a home like this?

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30-ft. Modern Felling Tiny House Plans

Felling Tiny House Plans by tmbrz 001

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People have been building homes from earth for thousands of years, but here in the U.S. we have gotten far away from the practice. AECT Earth Block hopes to change that, and they produce innovative machines that compress earth into compact building bricks that are resistant to just about anything!

The company owner, Ryan, built his family’s 1000 square foot home using his machines and earth sourced from his own land. Even better, much of the wood and other elements inside the home were reclaimed locally, making this a super eco-friendly build!

Below there’s a tour of the house, and a video about the earth bricks. The equipment is for sale or rent, and you can purchase ready-made bricks as well.

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Totally Off-Grid 1000 sq. ft. Earthen Brick Home

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This family of 5 was living in Pennsylvania when parents, Cassidy & Dawson, said they heard God tell them to move to Tennessee. At the time, they had no family there or any connection to the state. It just so happened that Dawson’s parents were also planning a move to Tennessee! They ended up finding their tiny house in Maine, driving it to Pennsylvania and then moving it another 12 hours down to their spot in TN.

Once they arrived, Dawson discovered he really enjoyed woodworking, and decided to make a business out of it. Now he sells hand-built sheds and chicken coops, built right outside their tiny house. The couple have three children together — Tabitha, Deborah and Peter. So cute!

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PA Family Bought ME Tiny House & Moved to TN!

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This is the Storybook Tree Cabin in Southern Pines, North Carolina.

It’s a whimsical cabin, built on stilts, located near North Carolina breweries.

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Rustic Treehouse Getaway w/ Rooftop Balcony

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Images via Airbnb/Andrew

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This cob structure sits at the Saoirse Learning Center, where the owner wants others to learn and experience tiny and alternative living styles:

Offering professionally conducted workshops and wellness retreats along with unique accommodation options, Jen and her crew are on a mission to help more people free themselves from the stresses of the modern world, to live in harmony with themselves and their surroundings, and learn how to live life more sustainably.

She has two other homes on her property, but I just love this dome and all the character inside and out!

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Saoirse Learning Center Sustainable Vacation

Earthen Dome with European Soaking Tub 8

Images via Airbnb/Jennifer

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Alex, like so many others, was getting cabin fever during COVID. Suddenly her remote work stuck at home seemed more and more unfulfilling — but she wasn’t ready to make a major life change yet. As a self-proclaimed “high maintenance” person, she said she was the last person anyone in her life expected to choose a nomadic life without a shower.

But then her mom passed away from breast cancer, which acted as a catalyst that pushed her out of her comfort zone and toward short bus life. She has realized in her months on the road that she needs so much less than she ever imagined she did — with three favorite outfits, a handful of hats, and her sweet puppy named Arlo. Enjoy her tour!

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Being Happy with Less in Her Short Bus Conversion

From High Maintenance to Minimalism

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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