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The Itsy Bitsy Spider Lake tiny house has it all: a main-floor bedroom, two full-size lofts, a spacious living room with a 3-seater sofa, a kitchen with a pantry, a bathroom with a heated floor, and a washer/dryer.

This tiny house is built by Mint Tiny House Company, and it’s parked on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada.

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34-ft. Itsy Bitsy Tiny House with a Main-floor Bedroom Built by Mint Tiny House Company

Itsy Bitsy Tiny House - Exploring Alternatives

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The Black Box Container Home is a modern 2-bedroom shipping container home in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada, built by Honomobo.

Cathi and Trevor downsized from a 2,300 square foot home to this smaller 704 square foot space three years ago after their sons left home.

The couple then built a stick frame studio space with a glass garage door and connected it to the main house with a breezeway.

Couple’s Shipping Container Home with Connecting Breezeway

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This is an incredible 26-ft. expanding tiny house with slide-outs by Zerosquared Tiny Homes located on Vancouver Island. It’s a tiny house that you can book and stay at via Island Life Expeditions!

In this post, you’ll get to tour and learn more about this awesome tiny house that expands all the way to more than 340-sq.-ft. of living space (yet it can still be towed legally on the highway once the slide-outs are put back in) thanks to Exploring Alternatives. This home is currently used as a tourism operation and it features a murphy bed, combo washer dryer, large kitchen, lots of storage, a 3-person couch, and more.

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Expanding Zerosquared Tiny House on Vancouver Island

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This lovely handcrafted tiny house was built by Chris Booth in Vancouver, BC Canada.

It’s 19 feet long including the covered porch, and it has a beautiful row of windows along the roofline on both sides of the house.

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Handcrafted Tiny House on Wheels in Vancouver

Handcrafted Tiny House – Outside

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Marc & Jen (and their cat, Starla) from Box Truck Tessa are an adventurous couple who decided to sell their home, downsize their stuff, and try something new.

They wanted to re-design their lives according to what was most important to them: skiing, hiking, traveling, making music, and being self-employed. So they decided that a box truck would be the best way to accomplish that.

Marc & Jen’s Box Truck Tiny House

Box Truck Tessa – Camper Conversion 1

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This cozy and colourful school bus conversion was built by Aaron and Lena from Roadside Tales.  They wanted a home on wheels that would allow them to explore and adventure with all the comforts of home wherever they parked it.

They Built a Beautiful School Bus Tiny House for 15k

School Bus Conversion into Tiny House 1

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