This is Mat and Hayley’s steel-frame tiny house build out of Auckland, New Zealand.
They’re over @tamakitiny on Instagram where you can follow along as they build they tiny house and more. What do you think of their tiny house project so far?
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Couple’s DIY Tiny House Project in Auckland NZ
This is how two brothers Luke and Cole Thill built their own DIY teardrop camper in 13 months. They could have built it faster, but they were busy with lots of other things too. Originally Luke’s brother, Cole, started the build, and then halfway through Luke jumped in to help finish.
So in this post, you’ll get to learn all about it. Enjoy! Also you can subscribe to Luke Thill’s YouTube Channel for more updates like this directly from him (and you can explore his other videos too).
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Twin teen brothers build their own Micro Camper!
This is the story of how Jenna designed and built her own downstairs bedroom in her tiny house by designing and building a simple DIY futon in the couch nook of her tiny house.
She used an idea from a skoolie bus tour she did (you can watch it right here on her YouTube channel) to make the bed work. We also did a post about it here you can check out. It’s pretty cool! You can learn exactly how she did it in the video below and she has many more videos on her channel. What do you think?
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Jenna’s Main-floor Tiny House Bedroom Solution
These are the Silverthorne Gooseneck Tiny House Plans. It’s a gooseneck tiny house designed by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.
It features a 24-ft. deck with a 7-ft. neck for a total of 31-ft. of tiny house length! And with the plans, you can build it yourself. Take a look below.
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31-ft. Silverthorne Gooseneck Tiny House Plans by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses
This is the Walter Camper Van Conversion kit from Wayfarer Vans for the RAM Promaster 1500 or 2500 with the 136″ wheelbase and high roof option.
The kit comes with flooring, cargo tracks, wall panels, ceiling panels, 100% natural wool insulation, shelving, kitchen galley with 5 gallon fresh and grey water tanks, sink and hand pump, bed platform, privacy panels, and more. The kit is $9,795, price subject to change. Learn more below.
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Walter Camper Van Conversion Kit from Wayfarer Vans for the Ram Promaster 1500/2500 High Roof w/ 136″ Wheelbase
This is a flat-bed truck tiny house. It’s a 1979 Bedford that was converted into a motorhome/truck camper in Portugal.
Mat and Danielle, of Exploring Alternatives, went and spent a night in it and they did a video tour of it for you to enjoy below too!
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1979 Flat-Bed Truck Turned Motorhome
This is the story of Sarah’s tiny tree house cabin that she built for less than $2,000 in materials. At a first glance, you may not be able to tell very easily, but it truly is a treehouse! There are 7 living trees in and around this little cabin.
Meet Sarah McClellan (daughter of Cob/Earth/Mud builder “Uncle Mud“) as she takes us through her self-built funky, unconventional, fun, and ultra-affordable home- one built IN and around seven trees.1
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She Built A Tree Cabin For Less Than $2,000!
This is the story of one couple’s enclosed trailer camper project.
They took a used 6 x 10 cargo trailer and turned it into a mini-camper with lots of amenities. I’m pretty sure you will find it impressive. It not only has loads of amenities, but it can also still function as a very useful cargo trailer. Take a look below!
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Couple’s 6 x 10 Enclosed Trailer Camper
This is the story of Chris Strathy’s horse trailer tiny house project brought to you thanks to Deek over at RelaxShacks.com and his YouTube Channel.
You can also find Chris (aka the Capable Carpenter) over at The Capable Carpenter. Anyway, he bought this trailer for only $1,000 and spent approximately $10 on materials to turn it into a micro cabin on wheels. Pretty amazing, right? By the way, he’s in the process of building a little village of tiny homes.
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Horse Trailer Turned Micro Cabin For Only $1,010