This is the adorable Vardo-Style 26′ Pioneer Tiny House built by Tiny Idahomes for their customer Ella. It was designed to her tastes, complete with a loft bedroom and Jacuzzi tub!
It has a large living room area with robin’s egg blue wainscoting, and a spacious kitchen with tons of under-the-stairs storage. Ella’s build is based on the Pioneer model from Tiny Idahomes. This upgraded version cost $55k.
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Her Tiny Idahome Looks Like A Vardo Wagon!
This is another New Zealand tiny house find by travel blogger Jola Josie, which she dubbed “Half Cab Heaven.”
The tiny home on wheels was built from an old Wellington bus that transported people between the 40s and 70s, but has now been converted into a groovy tiny house. It includes a pop-out couch which makes the living room space feel extra large (for the owners’ two dogs), and a staircase leads up to the queen-sized loft bedroom and a roof-top garden. It even has an itty bitty wet bathroom.
Enjoy the video tour and get information on following Jola’s Journey below the pictures!
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Half Cab Heaven: Tiny House Bus Conversion
According to Jola Josie, a travel blogger spending the year reconnecting with her New Zealand roots and traveling among gypsies, this might just be New Zealand’s Tiniest House.
Like her own THOW, this one is built on a ute, so owner Ivan had to focus on the weight of his build, using mainly pine for the frame and cedar shingles. The reclaimed and recycled home has an itty bitty kitchen, loft bedroom and storage space (he’ll build his travelling bathroom later). He uses one solar panel to power his lights and little water pump for his sink. You can watch Jola’s full interview with Ivan below the pictures.
Get more information about Jola’s journey after the video. Enjoy!
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