Ally and Truman were in college dreaming about van life, and upon graduation, they made their dreams a reality. But when they were done traveling, they just couldn’t imagine going back to “normal” life. So they started dreaming of a tiny house on wheels!
They worked hard and built their custom home from the trailer up. It has a gooseneck bedroom with plenty of standing room, a beautiful kitchen with office space, and a bathroom under the guest loft. The whole home is off-grid, so they’re very cautious about their consumption of water and electricity. Read our Q&A with the couple below!
Originally, Maggie and her father were thinking of building a full-time-residence tiny home, but when her pottery hobby really took off back in 2020, the two decided a mobile pottery studio was in order.
Their 12×8 creation is absolutely stunning, and it has heating, AC, electricity, and plumbing. It acted as her storefront for a while, but now it’s parked on the land where Maggie and her fiancé are building their dream home. She was kind enough to do a Q&A with us, which you can read below!
Remember tiny-house-extraordinaire Marsha? She’s built 8 (or 9?) different amazing tiny homes, and recently helped her 19-year-old grandson build a micro THOW to sell! Due to lots of unexpected happenings this fall (read the story below), Marsha finished up the building process on her own.
This little tiny home fits a bed and a kitchenette with creative over-tongue cabinet space. There’s a 10×10 sink, space for a portable stove top, and a lot of storage for such a micro home. It’s for sale for $13,750. Enjoy the photos!
Amanda is a sweet girl who knew what she wanted and made it happen. She worked multiple jobs, moved in with her mom, and her dad offered to use his skills to work alongside her most of the way. With each paycheck she got, she purchased the next piece she needed for her tiny home. Did I mention she was just 21 at the time?
While she recognizes that not everyone has supportive parents like she did, she’s still proud of where she is now at 23 years old with her own home! She’s saving up to purchase land where she can put her tiny house someday. Enjoy the tour of her beautiful space below.
Sonny reached out to us to show off the amazing DIY THOW he built, paying cash as he had it. He got derailed after about a year and a half of building because he had a heart attack — but after recovery, he pushed on. While Sonny says he’ll never really be “done” with the project, it’s looking great.
In his 160 sq. ft. space he fit a kitchen, bathroom, living room, and loft bedroom. He has an illuminated staircase, gas fireplace, and another storage loft over his deck. What do you think of this tiny home?
Some years ago, David was inspired to build his own tiny house — and he did! He moved it across the country, met Erin, and the couple moved it back across the country to start their own market farm operation selling organic vegetables and mushrooms.
The initial cost of the house was about $30,000, and it’s all paid off now. After a long day at work, the couple can easily walk home and clean up in the large walk-in shower in the bathroom. What do you think of their set-up?
Nick had always admired tiny homes, and with parents in the construction industry and some money in his pocket, he finally decided it was time to build one! He moved in around March of 2020, and has now enjoyed over two years living tiny.
He’s quite tall, so he made sure everything in his tiny house worked for his height. He’s even potty-training his cat so that he doesn’t have to store a litter box inside. Wild! What do you think of this awesome build?
Alex and Becci are a lovely German couple who got in touch with us to show off their beautiful self-built THOW that sits on a farm in England. The couple built the tiny house in Munich, but when Alex got accepted to study Yacht Design in England, they moved.
While Alex works and studies, Becci works on the farm they call home. They have an adorable dog who loves hanging out on their couch by the wood-burning stove. Enjoy the photos of the construction process and finished build, and read their story below.
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