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This is the 425-square-foot Magnolia Tiny House on Wheels by Minimaliste. It’s a 10.5-foot wide and 36.5-foot long park model tiny home that’s built to withstand Ontario’s brutally cold weather.

This is a truly impressive tiny home where it seems that you hardly have to let go of any of the creature comforts of a normal home, apartment, or condo, am I right? It’s like the ultimate small house on wheels.

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10.5-Feet Wide and 36.5-Feet Long Magnolia Tiny House on Wheels

10.5-Feet Wide Magnolia Tiny House on Wheels by Minimaliste

Images © Minimaliste

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This is a beautiful tiny cottage built by a mother/daughter duo called the Quintessential Laneway House.

It’s a laneway house in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada by SmallWorks. The small house features one bedroom, one bathroom, and a large open space for living, cooking, dining, and entertaining.

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Mother/Daughter Build Beautiful Quintessential Laneway House in Vancouver… It’s The Little House You Wish You Had😍

Beautiful Tiny Cottage Built by Mother/Daughter Duo

Images © SmallWorks

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This is the story of Madison and Raynor, a young couple who bought a Sprinter van and converted it into an amazing off-grid tiny home in only 36 days. The van has a 960-watt solar system and off-terrain tires.

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Couple’s Off-Grid, Solar-Powered Van Conversion That They Converted in 36 Days

Couple’s Off-Grid, Solar-Powered Van Conversion That They Converted in 36 Days

Images © Forrest Stevens via YouTube

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The Little Red Cabin is a 16ft x 20ft cabin on a foundation with 10ft high walls so you can have lots of space in the upstairs loft.

The interior and exterior are finished with locally milled white pine and the flooring is made with durable red pine.

This cabin is built by Forest Trek Woodwork out of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

The Little Red Cabin by Forest Trek Woodwork in Canada

The Little Red Cabin by Forest Trek Woodwork in Canada 001

Images © Forest Trek Woodwork

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This is The Glamper mini-cabin.

It’s an 8ft by 16ft tiny cabin with a 16in front deck.

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The Glamper 16ft Tiny Cabin

The Glamper 16ft Mini Cabin 001

Images © The Glamper

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This is Kevin and Marni’s 290 sq. ft. tiny home on wheels. It’s a 24ft tiny house with a built-out deck and a wonderful, open view.

When you step inside, you’ll see that the living room has a desk that doubles as a dining table plus a couch that converts into a bed for guests so it’s very multi-functional. Then there are two lofts, one is their main bedroom, and the other is a reading nook that doubles as a guest space.

The staircase to the main loft has built-in storage and you’ll also find a full kitchen and bathroom. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

Couple’s 290 Sq. Ft. Double Loft Tiny Home

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Images © Kevin McConnach/YouTube

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This is the Keva Tiny Cabin on a foundation in Salt Spring Island, British Columbia.

It’s a beautiful little home that was actually built on a trailer but then they removed it and put it on a foundation once they got it on site. Pretty interesting, right?

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Keva Tiny House on a Foundation with a Covered Deck in Salt Spring Island

Keva Tiny Cabin on a Foundation Originally Built on a Trailer 001

Images © Keva Tiny House

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