This is a story of Paul and Annett and their beautiful off-grid tiny home in Byron Bay, New South Wales. Below you’ll find video tours from Bryce of Living Big in a Tiny House to see for yourself how this couple is living completely off-grid and making the most out of life.
We’re so grateful for being able to live this lifestyle. Even after 2 years of living in our tiny, we sometimes still pinch ourselves.
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Couple Live Tiny and Green in Off-Grid THOW in Byron Bay (Australia)
VIDEO TOUR: Amazing Off-The-Grid Tiny House Has Absolutely Everything! – Revisited (Part 2)
VIDEO TOUR: Amazing Off-The-Grid Tiny House Has Absolutely Everything! (Part 1)
- Living Tiny and Green – Instagram (@livingtinyandgreen)
- Their website
- Video Tours by Living Big in a Tiny House on YouTube
Our big thanks to Paul and Annett of Living Tiny and Green for sharing! And to Bryce and Rasa of Living Big in a Tiny House for their amazing video tours!
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I love the sliding door to the bathroom, the storage under the stairway to one of the loft areas, and how they’ve used the other loft area for storage.
Yes great idea!
I am a proponent of living green and even off the grid and I’m sure they love it. Even I can imagine living in it…I lived in something like this when I was in my 20’s though larger…but I don’t think “green” needs to mean looking unfinished. Perhaps I am too attached to having cabinets with doors and a more finished look. I’m only saying what my personal preference would be and not saying that how this is put together is wrong. Overall, it is a good effort and their green efforts are laudable! Kudos!
Does anyone know the size of this house?
OK, just watched first video. 8 meters, 26 feet. This video was one of the most outstanding yet! Always great to see Bryce, but combined with this absolutely wonderful and fun and funny couple, and the amazing clean and simple design AND all the off grid stuff right down to the biocomposter (whatever it’s called); this was just an exceptional video; even for one of Bryce’s! 12 stars for this video and this home!