When Jessica’s daughter flew the coop, she was left in a big house alone and was ready to make her tiny home dreams come true. So Jessica first bought and renovated a houseboat. Then she got a short bus. Then she purchased this old tool shed with plans to transform it into an Airbnb. You can see all her awesome work in the tour below.
Most recently, she purchased a camper which she is also renovating — check it out on her Instagram! Now that her tool shed transformation is complete, you can rent it on Airbnb.
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She Owns Four Tiny Homes! (& Rents Some of Them)
It’s just a fact that Japanese design is almost always better suited for tiny spaces than our “bigger is better” American style and that couldn’t be more true in this Japanese Tiny Home on Wheels!
Living Big in a Tiny House took a tour of the home with it’s now-owners who purchased it from a brilliant designer. The itty bitty home can easily fit in a parking space and yet includes a kitchen, sleeping space and seating for up to six people. All in all, it weighs no more than 600 kgs (around 1,200 lbs). Be sure to watch the whole video tour and see the space transform before your eyes.
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Japanese Tiny Home on Wheels: Video Tour
In this post I’m excited to share the Eagle 1 micro home with you. It’s a 350 sq. ft. two-story, steel-framed tiny house built on a foundation.
When you walk into the main floor through the french doors you’re greeted by the living room and kitchen.
Keep walking towards the back you’ll find the ‘front door’ along with the bathroom. Behind you are the stairs to go up to the second floor where you can enjoy a spacious bedroom with a 50 sq. ft. upstairs deck/balcony.
The main level is 10’x20′ and the second floor is approximately 10’x15′ with the 10’x’5′ deck/balcony I told you about. Ready to check it out? I thought so! Enjoy below.
The Eagle 1 Two Level Micro Home
I’ll show you the floor plan below but above you can see how it all works. The front door is in the rear right of the building but you can also decide to use the french doors instead. And one of my favorite features is the upstairs balcony from the bedroom. Pretty cool, right? Enjoy the rest of this micro house below: