This is Cody and Jillian’s tiny cottage life. They recently settled into this 252-sq.-ft. tiny home on a foundation that they rented and they are making videos about it on their YouTube channel. Could you live happily in this tiny house?
We are just settling into this 252 sq. ft tiny house we are renting! Let us know what you think of the tour and if you could live in this space!
Emily and her husband Cameron first lived together in a narrowboat before moving back on land into a stationary caravan in the United Kingdom, which means they’re no strangers to living tiny.
She’s decorated the place into a Bohemian wonderland and they love their tiny life with their two dogs! We interviewed her about her tiny lifestyle, so be sure to check out the Q&A at the end of the post. She also told us about what it’s been like living tiny during COVID-19.
Designers, artists and environmentalists Geoff and Rose spent two years taking this 1988 Motorhome and transforming into an eco-friendly and incredibly cozy tiny house!
While the truck still runs they don’t intend to travel in it, but rather have it parked on a 200 acre farm in rural Ontario (they even have their own chickens). Neither Geoff nor Rose have building experience, so they learned as they went and carefully researched everything. They even insulated the whole home with wool they cleaned themselves! Woah.
We got the chance to do a Q&A with Geoff which you can read below the photo tour. They documented the entire build from start to finish on Instagram (@woollymammothtiny) so be sure to follow them to get even more details.
We interviewed Tim & Sam, the owners of Tiffany the Tiny Home, just after they moved into their THOW, and now it’s been nearly three years and they’re still living tiny!
In fact, the couple purchased a small island in Florida where they are in the process of building an octagonal tiny home on a foundation (@shellmate_island on Instagram) that they will rent out to others who want to try out the tiny life. They’ll continue to live in Tiffany, just in a more idyllic location they own.
Tiffany (@tiffany_the_tiny_home on Instagram) has such an elegant interior with dark trim, cream walls and stained glass windows. We caught up with Tim & Sam in our Q&A at the end of the post, so be sure to read that!
This is to let you know that the Solaire Tiny House is available to rent at Escalante Village, a tiny house community in Durango, Colorado.
Want to live here? Well, this SIP-built 28-ft tiny home on wheels may still be available. It’s listed for rent over at the community website as available. Please learn more below and let us know what you think in the comments.
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 story of the Mejia family and how they ended up to downsize into a tiny house that they built themselves. Before they were living tiny, they were super busy, and would hardly really get to spend very much quality time with each other and with their son.
Then, the lay off came. That’s when they started seriously looking into alternatives and ran into the tiny house movement. The rest, as they say, is history. Please enjoy. This story is brought to you by Tiny House Giant Journey. Thanks, Jenna!🙏
This is the story of Kenton and Melissa Zerbin and their cat, Roxanne. They’ve been living in their off-grid tiny house for almost two years now. And they have been Tiny House Newsletter subscribers for even longer. Today, they’re sharing their tiny house journey with us.
They’re located just outside of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada with their 28-foot long off-grid tiny house on wheels. It took them about 8 months to design it and another 8 months to build it. They got it done just in time for the 2017 Edmonton Home & Garden Show where approximately 10,000 people toured their tiny house! Can you imagine letting 10,000 people tour your home?
This is the story of Riley Slayden and Cece Monroe of LivingTiny.co.
When they wanted a way to own a house without debt, they decided they wanted to go tiny. And they did it by buying a 1982 shuttle bus and converting it into their own rolling tiny home! Please enjoy our exclusive interview with them to learn more. Thanks!
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