This is an off-grid, mushroom-inspired cabin with a green roof known as the Pickalotta built by Joel and Stephanie out of Chesterville, Ontario, Canada.
The owner-builders have been living off-grid in their self-built cabin for well over ten years. Now they built another structure to share with others who are curious about building an off-grid lifestyle. Learn more below!
This is the Red River Bunkie in Bobcaygeon, Ontario.
The cabin is 2-storeys high, it measures 27′ long x 14′ wide x 18′ tall, and it weighs 12,000 lbs. The structure sits on a raft made that’s made with 11 polyethylene-covered styrofoam floats that provide 32,000 lbs of buoyancy.
The @tinyhomebigfarm is a 27-foot long tiny house on wheels with a unique floating staircase and a beautiful interior design that incorporates lots of local art and thrifted pieces. The tiny house is on Airbnb and it’s parked in a stunning setting on one of the oldest peach farms in Canada. It’s set up as a pet-friendly mental health and wellness getaway and we can’t imagine a better place to reconnect with yourself and with nature. Especially with the hammock, deck & beautiful garden, not to mention the peach orchard!
Beautiful Tiny House Vacation on one of the oldest Peach Farms in Canada
This is a bright red, tall, and modern tiny house near Belleville Ontario in a place called Castleton, Ontario (Canada).
This, by the way, is a vacation rental available to book via Glamping Hub. It was designed by an architect and its dimensions are 10 x 10. The tiny home features a separate outhouse with an outdoor sink and there’s an open-air shower facility nearby. The property is on a hilltop. What do you think?
The town council of Amherstburg recently voted to allow tiny homes on foundations with a minimum 323-square-feet (30-square-meters) minimum and within 20 meters distance from the primary dwelling, according to the Windsor Star.
Tiny homes take many different shapes and forms, even when it comes to zoning and real estate. One way to get legal tiny houses back on the map is through RV parks, right? That’s one way. Another way to do it is through ADUs (Accessory Dwelling Units), also known as guest houses, secondary dwellings, accessory structures, and the like.
This is a family-friendly tiny house in Gravenhurst, Ontario, near Lake Muskoka available to rent via Glamping Hub.
It has amenities such as a queen-size bed, a living room with a pull-out sofa, one full bathroom, a half bathroom, and fully-equipped kitchen. This wonderful cabin can accommodate up to four persons comfortably. How would you like living in a design like this?
Introducing… Adorable Abodes out of Northumberland Cty which is just north of Brighton, Ontario, Canada. They design and build “adorable abodes” that are “bigger and better than tiny homes” from as little as 350-square-feet up to 505-square-feet.
They are also drawing up plans for a community of these beautiful tiny/small homes. Sounds pretty cool, doesn’t it? We love this concept. Please re-share this story with anyone you know who may be interested/inspired by it. Thanks!🙏
This is a truly impressive tiny home where it seems that you hardly have to let go of any of the creature comforts of a normal home, apartment, or condo, am I right? It’s like the ultimate small house on wheels.
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