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While I’m always inspired by cozy log cabins, there’s something so soothing about Scandinavian cabin design! This modern vacation home in Nova Scotia, Canada is no exception. The exterior is all black metal, while there are white walls, light wood tones, and black accents inside.

This cabin has both a bright first-floor bedroom and a moody sleeping loft with black walls and a skylight. The main living room looks out over the South Cove, and there’s a private porch off the front with a hot tub. A compact kitchenette allows you to cook simple meals and the luxurious bathroom has a walk-in shower stall. What do you like most about this home?

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Gorgeous Modern Cabin w/ Bedroom and Stargazing Loft

Waterfront Scandinavian Inspired Cabin 12

Images via Greg/Airbnb

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Do you remember the Stella Ruby we showed off last week? Here’s another iteration of Teacup Tiny Home‘s popular Ruby layout, the Gaia. This THOW was built for a couple in New Brunswick, Canada, and despite the white shiplap interior, it’s filled with bold color! The customer chose stunning hunter green for all the cabinets in the home, giving the space a cozy, natural feel.

The exterior siding is a deep charcoal, complemented by a bright yellow door! Tons of windows with muntins give the space a classic feel. The home has two lofts on either end, and the main loft can be completely private from the rest of the house, with a sliding door at the bottom of the back staircase leading up to the room. What do you think of this design?

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30 Ft. Tiny Home w/ Bright Yellow Door

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Nora’s Nook is a modern take on a saltbox-style home, with a breathtaking number of windows that look out into the mountains beyond. It has nine giant windows on the front and more on the sides to allow natural light to flood into the bright space. The second floor is an open loft with a bedroom, office, and sitting area.

There’s another bedroom on the first floor and two luxurious bathrooms in the house. One bathroom has a soaking tub, while the other is completely tiled and has a walk-in shower stall. The cabin sits on one of the islands of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon off the coast of Canada in Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Updated Saltbox Style w/ Tons of Windows!

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Images via Airbnb/Victoria

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You should bookmark this post for when you have a few free hours! Today, we’re showing you two videos of Drew from “Drew Builds Stuff,” building his tiny house from the trailer up. It’s not finished yet (he has the bathroom and kitchen to complete at the end of Part Two), but these videos are soothing and inspiring as Drew takes you step-by-step through his build process.

In the first video, you’ll see him complete the entire exterior build, including the framing, roofing, placing windows, etc. In part two, Drew shows himself finishing off the interior, excluding the bathroom and kitchen finishes. As soon as Part Three is out, we’ll update you all, but for now, get inspired to build your own tiny home!

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His Modern Farmhouse THOW w/ Cedar Ceilings

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This Charme model by Minimaliste was displayed this weekend at the Tiny Home Show in Ottawa! The 360 square foot home has three bedrooms — two lofts and one first-floor bedroom, private from the rest of the house.

The interior is a creamy white, with dark wood accents that make it feel modern yet inviting. The galley kitchen has all the necessary appliances (even a drawer dishwasher!), and there’s enough space in the living room for a proper couch. What I love most about this design is how much storage it includes! What do you like most about this home?

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360 Sq. Ft. Tiny House w/ First Floor Bedroom

Three Bedroom Charme Model 2

Images via Minimaliste

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This stunning one-bedroom, one-loft tiny house in a small tiny house community in Central Kootenay, British Columbia, is looking for new inhabitants! It’s endured three Canadian winters so far with no pipes freezing or heating issues, and you can purchase the house and take over the lot lease.

The pictures below show some options for laying out the space, such as having the kids downstairs and parents in the loft or vice versa. There’s also a full bathroom with a fiberglass tub, a stacked washer and dryer unit, and it comes skirted and with a shed! The asking price is ~ USD 128K (CAD 175K).

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One Bedroom, One Loft THOW For Sale

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You might remember the tiny house community that Canadian millionaire Marcel LeBrun was building in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Well, he just placed house #96, meaning they’ve built a house every week since the project started two years ago! Impressive.

While there is still plenty to do, like landscaping and building some of the community structures, it’s a great start to helping the unhoused community in his area. He has been getting requests from folks across the globe on how they can replicate this kind of village! What do you think?

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Canadian Millionaire Works to Help the Unhoused!

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Images via CBC News

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The Onyx 2630 is a gorgeous brand-new tiny house designed and built in Vancouver, Canada, by Mint Tiny House Company — and this exact unit is now for sale for immediate purchase. The house costs CAD 156,150 or USD 114,280.

This 30-foot design includes an integrated covered porch on the front of the home and a loft bedroom with a vast skylight that makes it feel incredibly open. The living room has 13-foot ceilings, which feel grand! What do you think of this tiny house design?

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Integrated Covered Porch and Loft Bedroom

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Bert is a van conversion built by Ermenegildo and Lou in Quebec, Canada. It took them about six months to create their dream rig, complete with a convertible home office, functional van kitchen, and nifty bathroom with a zip-up door.

They made the rig perfect for their lifestyle, installing a unique heating system with hoses that direct the heat where they need it — including the shower! But for them, the best part of van life is the community and being part of the nomadic movement.

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Adventure Couple’s DIY Van Conversion They Named Bert

Bert DIY Van w: Clever Desk 5

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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