This Swiss-roll-style cabin is a fun twist on your basic cabin or even a dome. Two connected tubes make for a perfect family stay, complete with pod bunks for the kids, and a double bed for the adults.
It’s in a lovely, peaceful location, and has a hot tub in front for ultimate relaxation! There’s a kitchen table and kitchen area for prepping meals. With some storage, this could make a great full-time abode. What do you think?
This is an available 1.15-acre lot in a tiny-home-friendly gated community in Mooresboro, North Carolina.
Bring your RV, Tiny Home, or Log Cabin plans! Alluring 1.15-acre lot in a gated community is ready for immediate use. This lucrative land opportunity boasts a fully graveled driveway, round-a-bout parking for 5+ vehicles, and a nice large wide-open area for you to park your RV or build your tiny home or cabin.
Imagine waking up in a bamboo tube cabin with views of the Mexico ocean — that’s what you’ll get in this stunning tiny home Airbnb that sits on 200 beautiful acres with a mile of beach-front property and a turtle sanctuary. Awesome!
Your stay even includes daily yoga! While this kind of structure wouldn’t work well anywhere that gets chilly weather, it’s ideal for tropical temperatures.
Here’s something different: A tent erected atop a large covered porch, complete with a twisty slide to the fire pit and picnic table below!
This is, of course, no normal tent. The canvas structure is held up by beautiful wooden beams, and there’s a queen-sized bed and kids’ cot bunks inside meaning no one has to sleep on the floor. It’s off-grid, with a cooler, water bubbler and solar lights, giving you an excellent glamping experience.
Brittani & Adam got married and then though it was time to settle down and do the “adult” thing of holding full-time jobs and renting an apartment, saving for a house. But on their honeymoon they discussed their dreams of jumping into vanlife.
It took three years, but they eventually chased that dream, selling everything and hopping into Clifford (their big red van!). They travel along with Levi, an adorable Aussie pup.
Architect Stephane Gaulin-Brown designed this gorgeous 600-square-foot cabin for her mother and aunt. It sits on a rocky cliff on Pender Island, British Columbia.
Stephane told us, “The cabin uses vernacular building methods and is recognizably Westcoast in style, yet it has a contemporary edge. The clients were two sisters who wanted to build a shared vacation space as a kind of covid project. While everyone was on lockdown they were busy onsite.”
For 9-year-old Eli, his “dream treehouse” began as a piece of plywood where he could shoot Nerf guns from. Now, it’s an Airbnb where he and his mom raise money for charity.
When Eli told his mom he wanted a treehouse, she used it as a learning opportunity: She invested $200 into his business of selling glitter bombs and other fun trinkets at a local store. For three years he worked at his business and asked for no presents for Christmas or birthdays — he wanted 2x4s or money to go toward his treehouse! He paid back his mom and invested $6,000 into his Airbnb.
Now Eli’s dream is a reality, and he actually manages the Airbnb, helping with clean-up, greeting guests, and making sure the place is ready for the next vacationers. Check out his masterpiece below!
Charles and Bob live in “The Hermitage,” a stunning stacked-log park model tiny house that features a spacious screened-in porch with an attached dog run. It was built by Green River Log Cabins in South Carolina.
For about six years during his adult life, Charles was a monk. The name “Hermitage” is meant to reflect some of the spiritual tranquility he found during that time of his life. And tranquil is exactly how to describe their property. It’s surrounded by trees and feels perfectly secluded.
Inside the home you’ll find live-edge cedar counter tops, a downstairs bedroom with built-in wardrobes and tons of lovely log-cabin decor. Enjoy the Tiny Home Tour below.
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