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In this episode of Living Big In A Tiny House (YouTube) with Bryce Langston, he shows you the top storage ideas for tiny homes. These are really useful because if you’re looking to downsize, you’ll still find yourself with plenty of stuff. So storage ideas like this are crucial!

And I couldn’t really think of a better person to show you this, because Bryce and his partner Rasa have shown us some of the most incredible tiny houses over the years through their now-legendary channel on YouTube.

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Top Storage Ideas From 25 Incredible Tiny Homes… Like This Storage-Bed…

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This is a story of Paul and Annett and their beautiful off-grid tiny home in Byron Bay, New South Wales. Below you’ll find video tours from Bryce of Living Big in a Tiny House to see for yourself how this couple is living completely off-grid and making the most out of life.

We’re so grateful for being able to live this lifestyle. Even after 2 years of living in our tiny, we sometimes still pinch ourselves.

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Couple Live Tiny and Green in Off-Grid THOW in Byron Bay (Australia)

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This is Nick and Frankie, their school bus conversion tiny home, and their 3 beautiful dogs. One night they watched a documentary about a couple who were traveling around the United States, and they looked at each other, and asked, “can we do that?”

Fast forward to today, and they’re living full-time in their custom-built skoolie with a raised roof so it feels pretty spacious inside. It’s painted white, has custom windows, solar panels, and there’s even a wood-burning stove inside to make it feel like you’re in a cabin. Enjoy the photo and video tour below!

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Couple Living Full-Time In Their School Bus Conversion With Their 3 Dogs in Colorado!

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This is the story of a divorced, retired police officer named Glen who converted a van into a Lord of the Rings-inspired tiny home. It turns out that Glen is a very skilled and talented carpenter, as you’ll soon see.

He named the van Radagat, which is the name of a brown wizard from the Hobbit. Inside, the van features a king bed, kitchen, bathroom, wood fireplace, and one of the most incredible interiors in a van you’ll ever see. What do you think of it? Pretty incredible, isn’t it? It’s also pretty stealthy from the outside in that it looks like kind of like an ordinary work truck.

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Glen’s Box Truck Conversion Inspired by Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit

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This is the story of a very unique tiny house in Australia with a pop-up roof loft. The family of three designed and built it themselves and one of the unique things about it is that the loft roof is able to expand upward once the home is parked.

So whenever they want to move the house, they can collapse the roof down so that the house meets the applicable road laws. Pretty smart, right? They even did it in a way that it truly looks permanent once it’s set up! Pretty amazing, don’t you think?

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Family’s tiny house with a pop-up roof that expands upward

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This is Bryce Langston’s tiny home in New Zealand. If you’re a fan of Bryce and his hit YouTube series, Living Big in a Tiny House, you’ve probably been waiting years for this. And the moment is finally here, hehe.

Yup, this project started almost five years ago. Can you believe it? It’s a reminder of just how long it could take to plan and build your perfect tiny house, isn’t it? A tiny house is still a very big project. With only 160-square-feet to work with, you can see why Bryce took his time to get everything right. And yes, this little house on wheels was built to travel.

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Bryce’s magnificent 160-square-foot tiny home on wheels

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