Kevin and his ex-wife originally purchased this tiny home from Tiny Heirloom, so they could travel closer to extended family with their twin boys. At the time, the boys were only 2 years old, but now they’re eight!
While Kevin and the boys’ mom split up, Kevin settled the tiny house into a community in Durango where he works remotely in marketing. The boys have moved from cribs in the gooseneck to a fun treehouse loft bedroom. Enjoy the tour below!
A single dad’s journey: Raising twin sons in a tiny home since they were 2, now aged 8.
Creative transformation: From cribs to a treehouse loft, discover the boys’ evolving space.
Thriving in a community: Settled in Durango, Kevin balances remote work and parenting with neighborhood support.
Tiny homes don’t have to be expensive, and they don’t have to be temporary! That’s what this awesome family of four has shown — they’ve been living in their $25K DIY tiny home for the past 7 years, and their once-little kids are now preteens.
They plan to put one more year into the THOW before building a 650-square-foot “forever home” — still remarkably tiny by modern US standards! Michelle shares more about their story below the photo tour of their amazing space. Don’t miss it!
This awesome couple has grown children and a teenager still at home, and they were ready for a big change! They got work as KOA Camp Hosts and decided to sell everything and convert a school bus into their tiny home. Because their home sold so quickly, they ended up staying with family for a bit while finishing up the conversion.
They have a teen-sized bunk room, a cozy primary bedroom, and a big kitchen with “normal” sized appliances. Two large couches welcome you when you walk in. What do you think of their conversion?
The Eusebe family lived in a 2,500-square-foot home in Massachusetts but wanted more freedom. Mom is a travel nurse and Dad’s job is remote, so they had the opportunity to move anywhere! They had a home built by Mint Tiny Homes, a version of their Canada Goose model, and now have more disposable income and the chance to live in new places.
The floorplan in this home is incredible, with a split loft for the kids’ bedrooms, another multi-purpose loft, and a private bedroom for the parents over the gooseneck. They have a large bathroom, office space with a telescoping desk, and a cozy living room with a couch-to-bed conversion for guests. What do you like most?
This little family of 3 was ready for a change in their life, and a skoolie has allowed them to enjoy a slower pace of existence. They didn’t get caught up with creating an “Instagram-perfect” space but instead chose a practical design without breaking the bank.
They went with a one-of-a-kind ceiling covered with fabric instead of wood or other material. It’s a really cool look!
Sandi and Jimmy jumped into nomadic life not even sure if they’d enjoy it, but seven years later they have no regrets! The couple lives with their three kids in a 1999 Winnebago, which they converted when they first hit the road. There’s a full bunk room in the back for the kids and the parents sleep on the fold-out couch.
The RV is covered in awesome murals from a professional, as well as trinkets and stickers from their travels around the country. They make money as full-time content creators and “road-school” the kids. There’s a super fun video tour with the family below! Don’t miss it.
Lorna & Nick had made it in life — they grew up in “not so great” neighborhoods and were now owners of a massive 4,000 square foot home — but something was missing. When Lorna came across nomadic tiny living on YouTube, she started trying to convince Nick this was the right life choice.
Three years later, they have no regrets about moving into a 43-foot RV! They did lots of renovations to the interior to make it functional for a family of 6, including overhauling the kitchen with a huge countertop and full-sized appliances. Enjoy the tour below.
Dan and Sam are content creators (Dan has a hunting podcast and Sam has documented her surrogacy journey) who decided it was time to hit the road in their 2021 RV. Because the RV was newer, they haven’t had to do much to it to enjoy it!
Their two kids have a bunk over the cab, and they have a back bedroom with an “RV King” bed. Slide-outs allow lots of room in the main living space and there’s storage everywhere for school stuff, art supplies, and snacks. Enjoy the tour!
This great couple started building their tiny house on land in Alaska. It’s hooked up to electrical and gas from the town and is “phase one” of their future family home. Building in sections has allowed them to spend only $20K so far on the house, which currently stands at 270 square feet.
Not long after they got started building, they found out they were expecting — twins! They are making the small space work, even with two little babies. Enjoy the tour of their space below.
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