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Susan is a former dialysis social worker who was tired of working but couldn’t retire without selling her home. So she hired Movable Roots to build a custom tiny house, downsized, and moved to a Florida tiny house community. It’s been two years, and she hasn’t looked back.

She loves her home, with a small deck off the front for relaxing, a comfortable couch where she hangs out with her dog and a custom staircase that allows her to stand in her loft bedroom. Let us know in the comments which feature of her home was your favorite!

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Her Custom-Built Dream Tiny Home

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Lucy lives in a small cottage on the edge of Tasmanian woodlands that she and her father brought back to life after nearly 30 years of disrepair. The shed-like structure had been Lucy’s first home, which her parents built as a temporary dwelling place while constructing their forever home.

She added three extra spaces during the build, which allows for a gorgeous first-floor bedroom that is well-lit by large, low windows and overlooks the magnificent countryside. But the part of the home that was original, Lucy has tried to keep as true to the past as possible, beautifully remembering her roots and appreciating those early years of her life!

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Her Sentimental Tiny Home in Tasmania

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After his divorce, Tom was looking for a new purpose and focus for his life, and he remembered how much he loved camping. Eventually, his camping trips turned into full-time living from an incredible former Yellowstone ambulance, which he converted into a home on wheels.

He has the coolest convertible bathroom in his ambulance, which he cleverly designed so he can still walk through from the cab to his house. His bed is full-sized when traveling alone, but it pulls out into a queen when his partner joins him. Watch the tour of this cool rig below.

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His Awesome Overlanding Ambulance Conversion

His Epic Yellowstone 4×4 DIY Ambulance 9

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Molly lives on her father’s land in Tasmania in a gorgeous tiny house on wheels that she had built to meet all her needs — and many of her wants! Even at $91,000 USD, her luxury tiny house was far more affordable than any real estate in the area, and this house has everything she wanted — including $4,000 taps for her soaking tub!

The house has a main loft bedroom with a skylight that offers moonlit views, as well as a secondary loft that acts as an office and library, but could grow with her family if she ever has children. Her countertops are made of naturally-fallen huon pine, which only grows in Tasmania — a splurge that really makes the space. What’s your favorite feature of this THOW?

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Her Beautiful Tiny Home w/ Rare Wood Countertops

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Juliana Rose is a fantastic woman! She started SUV-camping out of her FJ Cruiser and one day decided to do it full-time. After living out of her vehicle, she purchased and built a micro camper to give her and her two dogs more space.

The 30-square-foot space was originally a military generator, but Juliana Rose transformed it into a cozy home on wheels with a twin bed, gaming set up, and micro kitchen. Enjoy her spunky tour below!

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Her 30 Sq. Ft. Micro Home Even Has a TV!

Overlanding Micro Military Camper

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Anna got her tiny house on a whim! She was renting a 3-bedroom home when a friend was going tiny. Anna loved the sound of that and contacted a local builder with an immediate build slot available—and jumped on the opportunity. Soon, she had a stunning Scandi-style tiny house on wheels and an incredible off-grid parking spot in the Tasmanian wilderness.

Initially from Sweden, Anna loved channeling the simplicity and minimalism of her home country by downsizing all of her belongings. She felt so free and got rid of years of “stuff” accumulation. Her home has a fantastic open-concept design with a tiny wood stove, a large kitchen, and a super cozy bed nook.

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Life Off-Grid in her Tiny House

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After teaching in the Virgin Islands for seven years, Jana was ready to change things up, but not ready to “settle down” in the traditional sense. Instead, she’s redefining her nomadic life in her self-built ambulance as “settling down” — this is her home, and she loves her life! Even if her family thinks she’s crazy for doing it.

Amazingly, Jana only spent $19,000 making her home on wheels a reality. It includes a bathroom, office space, and even a “party bin” under her bed where she keeps several exciting costumes! Her kitchen has a DIY sink (she doesn’t recommend it) and a propane oven salvaged from a vintage RV. Jana is so much fun and her tour is sure to make you smile.

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Fun-Loving Woman Settles Down in Ambulance Conversion

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Meg lives in a beautiful tiny house, built by the previous owners who she purchased it from. While she didn’t want to rent anymore, she wasn’t in a place to purchase a traditional home. Living tiny provided her with her own space without overtaxing her budget!

Her house feels so warm and cozy inside, with honey-colored wood and oodles of plants. She put in a “big comfy couch” that has no storage or guest bed capabilities but gives her an awesome spot to relax. Her kitchen features a full-sized oven and range, and two mini fridges — one as a fridge and one as a freezer. Which feature do you love most about this home?

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Warm Wood Touches & Natural Pallete THOW

Her Beauitful Second Hand Tiny Home Lots of Wood Touches 2

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Linda was tired of renting and had always wanted to design her own home, but a “sticks and bricks” was out of the budget. Purchasing a tiny house, on the other hand, allowed her to have the space of her dreams. She designed the house to be her forever home, and included a first-floor bedroom to make it retirement-friendly.

She has a lovely gallery wall with artwork she admires, and her kitchen fills the back wall and boasts oodles of cabinet storage. The interior is perfectly decorated to her tastes, with pops of pink and turquoise to brighten the space. And just wait until you see her spacious bathroom!

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Her “Forever” Tiny Home Has It All!

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