This is the story of Bruce and Lisa’s 35.5-ft tiny house w/ BBQ deck!
There’s almost 400-square-feet of usable space inside including one of the most amazing tiny house kitchens we’ve ever seen, mostly thanks to the double oven! Big thanks to Jenna over at Tiny House Giant Journey for covering this.
This is an elevated trailer cabin in Joshua Tree. They took an old travel trailer and made it more permanent by building an awesome covered deck and elevating it. And now it’s a vacation rental on Glamping Hub.
The trailer is elevated and guests will need to walk up a short staircase to reach the front door, however, inside, it showcases a charming wooden interior and a delightful vintage décor throughout.
This group of tiny cabins is located in the Mojave Desert near Ridgecrest, California. There are a total of three cabins, which they call Eco-Pods. Two of them are bedrooms and the other one is a bathroom unit with a shower, vanity, and toilet with mosaic artwork inside.
All three cabins are connected by an elevated wooden deck and each one has air conditioning so you’re comfortable year round. And yes, there’s also a washing machine available. I always thought it would be great to build a homestead with more than just one tiny structure, so I think this is pretty cool! How about you?
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Group of Three Tiny Cabins in the Mojave Desert, “Two Bedrooms, One Bath”
It’s a beautiful tiny home with a vertical garden on the exterior. According to Tiny House Collectiv, the home is 208 sq. ft. and costs about $97,000 AUD which converts to about $73,942 USD. This model sleeps up to six people and has two loft bedrooms. Take a look below and let me know what you think in the comments!
This is Kahla’s DIY tiny house on wheels. She built it with the help of her parents on nights and weekends over the course of 10 months!
The tiny house was built on a 20ft Tumbleweed Trailer and was recently moved from Lancaster, Pennsylvania to Fairplay, Colorado. Kahla runs a website called To Live Tiny where you can follow along and learn more about her tiny house life. Please enjoy and learn more below!
When it comes to living in tiny houses I think we can all agree that there’s more than just one way of doing it. And this tiny cabin with a deck and poolside cabana is just another example of what one can do with our own creativity. I’m calling it luxury tiny living.
Instead of struggling our entire lives to live in an oversized house with an oversized pool and oversized interior air conditioned space (filled with too much low quality stuff)… We’re just saying… Why not something like this?
Something smaller, smarter, more affordable, but still really nice? This way maybe we can actually have more time to spend however we’d like to spend it. Maybe we can spend it using and appreciating what we do have, right? How would your life be different living simply?
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