This is to announce a new TV series on Canadians living in tiny homes and other alternative houses too called HomeMade: Dwelling Differently. It’s a new four-part series premiering online and on TELUS Optik TV. It already started so you can already start catching up on episodes if you’d like.
The four-part series features Canadians doing home differently in BC and Alberta; individuals and families who have spent a great deal of time and energy to reimagine what it means to build a home within their environment and society.
The home measures 30′ x 8.5′ x 13.5′. It has two lofts. One is accessible by a stunning open stair case and the other will have a custom built ladder, built by our very own Steve Zaleschuk of FRC tiny homes.
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!🙏
This is the Firebox tiny cabin by Forest Trek Woodwork out of Alberta, Canada. This unit comes in three different sizes (small, medium, or large) but can also be custom-built by request.
The unit starts at $10,950.00 CAD (that’s about $8,156 USD) and comes with a 32″ style door with opening window and lock, two 18″x30″ windows, one 30″x50″ window, pressure treated 6×6 skids, metal siding & roofing, exterior shug shou ban board & batten siding, insulated subfloor, walls & ceiling, and interior finished with t&g pine & vinyl flooring.
You can add other options, too, like a barn-door closet, extended front deck, electrical package, and things like that. Learn more about it below.
This cozy tiny house is 24 feet long and it has a sleeping loft with a staircase, two heat sources, lots of natural light, and a rustic cottagey interior design.
The current owner, John, bought the tiny house from a couple who lived in it off-grid for 2 years while they built their permanent home. It’s now located next to a lake in Chelsea, Quebec, Canada, and you can rent this tiny house on Airbnb.
Couple Lives in Off-Grid Tiny House for 2 Years While Building their Permanent Home in Quebec… (Now It’s a Tiny House Rental)
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