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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!

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Huge Ranch, Tiny Home, Big Life!

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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.

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XL ONE XL Tiny House From ESCAPE

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This is Julien and Cindy’s incredible Château Peredvizhnik built for them by Baluchon (@tinyhousebaluchon), a tiny house builder in France.

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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A Look Inside the Château Peredvizhnik by Baluchon

Château Peredvizhnik

Images via Baluchon

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This is a Catskills Tiny House with a big outdoor setup (including a deck, BBQ grill, firepit, gazebo, and more) and it’s all located in Woodbourne, New York near the Catskills.

It’s a vacation unit that’s available to book via Trevonne on Glamping Hub. What do you think?

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Catskills Tiny House With A Farm in Woodbourne

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This is a ‘big’ modern tiny house that’s for sale in Chemin Royal, Quebec via the Tiny House Marketplace.

It’s a 360-square-foot tiny home on wheels that’s never been lived in. According to the listing, the owners are going overseas. It was built in 2019 and it seems to have been built by Minimaliste, right?

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Oversized Modern Tiny House For Sale in Quebec… Beautiful… $112,000

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This is a guest article by Shaylynn Bates – “How she got her tiny house and ways you can too”

With all the articles out there about downsizing and living small, I’m sure the title of this article is very misleading. I’m not writing yet another article warning about the difficulties of living in a small space and how it’s overrated, and not all it’s cracked up to be; I have lived in a 10 ft. X 10 ft. space, 600 sq. ft. with another person, and the sleeper cab of an 18 wheeler (I am a proponent of living small). One needs to have a small space in order to live in a small space. After getting my tiny house I received several requests asking for information on how I successfully got into tiny house owning. All the information out there is either (at the time of this writing) 6 years old or very vague and general. A brief overview of tiny houses will be necessary as the rest of this article will discuss financing your little dream and where to put it. “Disclaimer this information is one person’s experience in the state of Oregon, your state and your experience may be different”

First – here’s Shaylynn’s beautiful tiny home…😊

Shaylynns beautiful tiny home

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Introducing… Adorable Abodes out of Northumberland Cty which is just north of Brighton, Ontario, Canada. They design and build “adorable abodes” that are “bigger and better than tiny homes” from as little as 350-square-feet up to 505-square-feet.

They are also drawing up plans for a community of these beautiful tiny/small homes. Sounds pretty cool, doesn’t it? We love this concept. Please re-share this story with anyone you know who may be interested/inspired by it. Thanks!🙏

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Adorable Abodes Tiny Homes and Potential Community

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Image © AdorableAbodes.ca

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This is a $26k tiny house built on a 22-foot Big Tex Trailer. According to the listing, it was built in 2016, offers 300-square-feet of space, and is almost complete but left partially unfinished so the buyer could add their own finishing touches.

This tiny house features cedar siding, two sleeping lofts, full bathroom, air conditioning, RV hookups, toilet bump-out, and more. What do you think? To explore more amazing tiny homes like this, join our Tiny House Newsletter. It’s free and you’ll be glad you did! We even give you free downloadable tiny house plans just for joining!

22-Foot Big Tex Trailer Tiny House for $26k – Plantsville, CT

$26k Tiny House Built on 22-Foot Big Tex Trailer

Images via Tiny Home Builders

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Over the last weekend in September, the Marshfield Fairgrounds will play host to a big event of small proportions: the Big Mass Tiny House Festival.

Bringing together two dozen tiny houses, vintage campers, school bus conversions, gypsy wagons and other types of miniature dwellings, the event is a collaboration between Arlington-based non-profit Miranda’s Hearth and the United Tiny House Association, a nationally-known group which hosts for-charity tiny house festivals around the country.

United Tiny House Association Tiny House Festival

Photo via United Tiny House

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