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Would you sell your 3,000-square-foot home to move into an RV with your three teenagers? Well, that’s what the Smith family did — four years ago! And they’re still going strong, visiting as many National Parks as possible and gathering Junior Ranger badges along the way.

Their Class A Motorhome has all the bells and whistles including an induction cooktop, multiple televisions, TWO bathrooms, a dishwasher, and a stacking washer and dryer unit! Enjoy the video tour below.

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Family of 5 Has Been Living Tiny for 4 Years

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Tracy and her family were ready for something different. Living in closer quarters in Santa Cruz during lockdowns was exhausting, but there was something magical about getting away to the mountains where her parents lived.

They’re now proud owners of a tiny house on wheels built by New Frontier Design. There’s a fun loft for their three kids, a big bathroom/closet area, and awesome lifted kitchen space for making family meals. They share their story below….

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New Frontier Tiny Home for a Family of Five

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This is the latest custom tiny house built by Tiny Treasure Homes in Arizona called “The Williams.”

This very special custom tiny house built by Tiny Treasure Homes went to a young family with two small children. Dad works from home and they plan on traveling the country “being at home wherever they go”. The house has two lofts, large private office space with separate outside entrance, huge bathroom with tub, shower, Sun-Mar electric composting toilet, two vanity/medicine cabinets. The kitchen has a full-size refrigerator, washer/dryer combo, lots of storage and counter space plus much more. It’s second to none and provides Tiny House Living at its finest.

Enjoy the picture tour below! If you want a home like this one, check out Tiny Treasure Homes.

Related: The Freedom TM Tiny Home on Wheels

The Williams: Young Family’s Tiny Treasure Home

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I’m excited to share this Tiny Hall House with you.

And guess what..

There are three people and a dog living in it!

This tiny home on wheels has a pitched roof with dormers and a sleeping loft.

Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!

Tiny Hall House on Wheels: An Adventure in Living Simply

Tiny Tall House

Images © TinyHallHouse

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Guest Post by Andrew Odom

If you notice the photos do not show a bathroom built in this tiny house. The Odom’s tiny house is part of a larger idea that encompasses the addition of an ANNEX. The ANNEX will flow right from the initial tiny house trailer. There the permanent bathroom will be situated between two small bedrooms.

If you want to see the current bathroom facilities please visit facebook.com/tinyrev and refer to the photo album “The Shower Shack.” To find out more about the ANNEX search for the word ANNEX on www.tinyrevolution.us.

So much time is spent thinking about the exterior build of tiny houses – the trailer, the framework, the weight, the roof, etc – that the interior is often overlooked. But is that wise? Isn’t the interior what transforms an otherwise stark and impersonal trailer or foundation into a home? It is if you ask Stacey Pridgen of Rooms and Spaces and tiny places.

“The interior is what turns a trailer into a home. It is where a person lays their head at night and you want that person to feel like they are in a palace and not an outhouse,” says Pridgen.

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Andrew Odom tiny house

A contractor, creator, builder, craftsman, artist, and innovator for over 25 years Pridgen has been putting hammer to nail since he was just 16 years old. “I started when I was 16 years old or so. I got a job with a construction outfit as a framing assistant. I spent a lot of time helping, lugging material, and trying to learn the trade.”

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