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Tiny house living isn’t always forever, but it’s often a wonderful chapter for individuals, couples, and families looking to save money. That was the case with the Krebs, who transformed an old shed into a gorgeous farmhouse tiny home and lived in it for a year and a half while renovating their forever home. We interviewed them right at the beginning of their tiny life, and now we are back with an update!

The family has plans to put their shed-to-tiny home on Airbnb (a great source of passive income) and live in their “big house” with their two girls. Enjoy the photos and interview with Katy below, and then stick around for the video tour from February 2022.

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Soon-to-Be-Airbnb Now That Their Big Home is Complete!

1.5 Years in their $16K Shed to Tiny Home

Images via @katykrebshome

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One of our longtime readers, Marsha, has owned a number of tiny homes, including a bus! Most recently, she renovated an 8×8 shed on her son’s property and turned it into a lovely little home — but she is ready to start traveling again and wants to do some renovation work on her bus home and hit the road. So her shed is for sale!

The beautiful little home has a recently renovated kitchen area, and a twin bed that doubles as the couch. It will need to be transported via truck to a new home, and she’s asking $6,500. Check it out below!

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Awesome Tiny Home for $6.5K

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Ante contacted us to show off the beautiful home he created from what was an old shed on his property in Croatia:

So, in few lines, we remodeled old tool shred into something worth living now. We are located in Croatia, Europe and we love tiny house projects. This house is 6x4m outside measure and we have a bit more than 21.5m2 of useful space inside. On the other side Olive orchards and gardens outside makes it more value. We also have an Airbnb here during summer because we are in tourist area.
UPDATE: Ante sent more photos, which we have added.

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Modern Tiny House with Stunning Views in Croatia

Piccolina Tiny House Shed Becomes Modern Abode 4

Images via Ante Grbavac

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Paul and his family live in Canada, but had a three-season shed on their property in the Thousand Island region of Upstate New York. They wanted to spend more time at their vacation property, but first needed a spot to stay.

So they spent about 4 months of weekends (over 4 years) renovating the old shed into their cozy vacation home! They had lots of help from family and friends, and are looking forward to enjoying the property once COVID restrictions allow.

Take a look at the photo transformation below, and read Paul’s full story at the end of the post.

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They Made a 3-Season Shed into a Year-Round Home

Shed to Vacation Cottage for Family in Upstate New York

Images via Paul

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Did you think tiny living was only for singles and couples? This family of four’s shed to tiny house conversion destroys that myth.

Outside, you’ll notice a very simple white facade with a metal roof and a center door and two windows flanking it. The family renovated a pre-owned 500 sq. foot storage shed where Krista, her husband, and their 5 and 1-year-old children now live. They were able to arrange the use of relative’s land, bought and converted the shed, hooked up the electricity and got the well water running for only $11,000. But this is just a temporary living situation while they prepare to build a rammed earth home in South Carolina.

When you go inside, you’ll find an open floor plan with burnt orange walls. The kitchen cabinets line up against the back wall and a kitchen table for four sits in the main living area. The older son’s bed sits in the corner of the house just off the parent’s bedroom where the one-year-old also sleeps. The bathroom includes a compostable toilet and they even have an outdoor shower.

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Family of Four’s $11k Shed to Tiny House Conversion

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This is a 384 sq. ft. barn shed that was converted into a tiny home for a total cost of about $11k.

The cost of the shed was about $5,200. Then the couple spent the rest of the money adding the finish work, bathroom, sliding glass door, and more.

Would you ever consider converting a shed into your own tiny home? Let’s talk about it in the comments! Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

384 Sq. Ft. Shed Converted into Tiny Home for $11k

Shed To Tiny House Conversion

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This Shed to DIY Tiny House conversion is a guest post by Joey Price! 

We started our project with Tuff Built Shed covered it and Dryvit and finished it out ourselves. We were inspired by your stories. We had minimum experience but learned how as we went. Thanks for your inspiration.
Joe Price

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Shed to DIY Tiny House Conversion

Shed to Tiny House Conversion

Images © Joey Price

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