Bianca, Justin, and their toddler Bodhi live in this 30-foot long tiny house on wheels and they’ve designed the interior to fit their small family’s lifestyle perfectly!
The tiny house was a DIY build that was for sale on Kijiji and they bought it for $60,000 CAD. They added the kitchen, the furniture, and they modified the bathroom themselves to make the home more comfortable and functional.
This is the story of the Schons and their DIY tiny home. They’re a family of four who have been building their tiny house for the last two years and they recently moved into the Lake Dallas Tiny Home Community outside of Dallas, Texas.
The kids each have their own unique bedroom with personalized painted ceilings and decoupaged floors, which adds such an amazing touch. They homeschool and love the life that tiny living affords them.
This is the Evans family (their Instagram). They’re a family of 8 with pets (3 dogs and a snake) living on a bus that they renovated themselves. That’s 8 people, 3 dogs, and a snake living and traveling out of a DIY bus conversion (their YouTube Channel).
They are excited to be traveling the world and giving their children real experiences instead of just reading and watching movies. Pretty cool parents, right? This story is brought to you thanks to the Tiny Home Tours YouTube Channel.
This is the story of Jake and Gianna and their young daughter Luna, and how the three of them are living and adventuring full-time in a van conversion!
This van tiny home features a loft bed for their daughter along with all of the other conveniences of home, only this one is completely mobile. Can you imagine adventuring like this during your lifetime?
This is the story of a big family (4 kids) living tiny in a school bus conversion!
Meet the Bhive Family and their awesome skoolie conversion. Come and meet them at the Florida Tiny Living Festival! They’ve been living in their skoolie for just over a year and you can learn a little more about them below.
This is the Adventure Awaits Motorhome Renovation by All Things With Purpose. They were able to acquire and renovate the camper for a total of only $5,570. You can see the cost breakdown yourself if you want. Amazing, right?
It’s a 29ft 1994 Ford E-Series Class C motorhome that’s been beautifully remodeled (and recently, they sold it after years of traveling and living in it). By the way, they’ve also done many other camper renovations. What do you think, could a motorhome or other RV renovation be in your future instead of a tiny house on wheels?
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