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This is a tiny house being built with curved loft beams by Backcountry Tiny Homes. I thought you might be interested because I’ve never really seen anything like this covered in detail. What do you think?

Curved loft beams! Utilizing custom made in-house LVL construction we are creating a truly unique design element for this custom tiny home.1

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Curved Loft Tiny House by Backcountry Tiny Homes

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This is the story of a family who enjoyed simple living in their tiny home but has said goodbye to the lifestyle because, well, they’ve simply outgrown it.

They originally built their tiny home for less than $15,000 and you can see how it was done at the bottom of this page.

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They Built A $15k Tiny House And Outgrew It…

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Photos via Our Simple Story/YouTube

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Take a look at this unique staircase to loft in this 206 sq. ft. tiny home. The tiny home was built by a high school teacher in the Netherlands with no prior building experience.

So when you step into the house, the staircase is directly to your right — this is on the rear end of the trailer, opposite of the tongue.

I like it because the design and placement of the staircase makes it look like it’s a completely separate bedroom, doesn’t it?

Staircase to Sleeping Loft in a Tiny House That You’ve Probably Never Noticed Before

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Images © Remco Stadhouders

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Pam and Bruce Westra are the owners of the Tiny Digs Hotel in Portland, Oregon.

Over the last few years, they have designed and built the 9 tiny homes at their hotel. And now, thanks to Jenna of Tiny House Giant Journey, they’re sharing their top 10 tiny house design/build tips that they learned along the way with you!

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Tiny House Hotel Owners Share Their Tiny House Design/Construction Tips After Building 9 Tiny Homes for their Hotel!

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This is the OPod Tube Tiny House by James Law Cybertecture designed and built out of concrete water pipes!

According to Business Insider, they measures just 100 sq. ft. and each tube costs about $15,000. They can be stacked and therefore be used as a temporary housing solution in places like shipyards, under highways, or even in-between buildings.

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Stackable 100 Sq. Ft. OPod Tube Tiny House!

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Photos © James Law Cybertecture

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This is a modern tiny house on wheels with an amazing interior deisgn.

Originally it was listed for sale on Craigslist out of Denver, Colorado for $60,000, but it has since then sold. Still, though, you can enjoy the beautiful interior design of this tiny home for your enjoyment and inspiration.

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8′ x 24′ Tiny House on Wheels, Nice Interior Design!

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This is QUIDNON: A tiny house that floats — and sails!

This is a design and prototype of Dmitry Orlov’s solution to finding a place to park your tiny house. Scroll to read his story and get all the details here on his website.

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Related: Knot Home: Lake Union Tiny Houseboat Tour

QUIDNON: A Tiny House That Floats — And Sails!

Images via QUIDNON

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This is the C.A.S.A. 802 in Vermont.

It was designed and built by Norwich University students.

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Norwich University Students Design and Build CASA 802

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In this post you’re going to learn how to design and build your own version of a tiny house to scale.

This is a great way to play around with different ideas you might have before you actually start spending lots of money building your home.

It allows you to work out kinks and try out different concepts after you’ve gathered ideas for your future tiny house before you ever buy any of your materials.

And one of our readers, Dan Paquette, is going to show you exactly how to do it step by step in the video below.

How to Build your own Scaled 3D Tiny House Design (VIDEO)

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What you’ll need before you start:

  • 4 1/4 inch styrofoam sheets
  • Marker & pencil
  • Tape measurer

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