Meet John and Fin. They’re the Kernohans – a tiny house couple with a very inspiring story.
When John was diagnosed with a health condition, they quickly began re-prioritizing their life to make it their purpose to be of service to others. So they left their big city lifestyles and went to the woods of Georgia over seven years ago.
This is where they built their foundation… A 304-square-foot off-grid tiny barn cabin known as the ‘Beloved Cabin’.
Then they designed and built their second tiny home… A unique tiny house on wheels as a dedication to first responders that they could travel with.
The Kernohans are the founders of the United Tiny House Association where they have organized the largest tiny house festivals in the world… And in doing so, have thus far raised over $500,000 for charities!
John and Fin’s ‘Tiny House Love Affair’ and Their Journey to Tiny Living
This is the story of a little off-grid fairytale cottage in Patagonia that’s available to book on Airbnb. It features a cozy living area with lots of windows, an eat-in kitchen, a full bathroom, an upstairs sleeping loft you can stand in, and a rooftop balcony.
Please tour the cottage, read our interview with the owners, and let us know what you think in the comments below.
I got this idea to build a cabin on wheels then later learned that they call them a Tiny House. Here’s mine.
By watching this video, you’ll gain a good understanding of what it takes to build a tiny house on a trailer. At the bottom of this page, you will also find a video tour of the inside, the finished exterior, and more. Enjoy!
VIDEO: How He Built His Tiny House: Start to Finish
This is the story of Kelley Lewis. She’s a single mom of three who started building her own tiny home after her divorce.
When Kelley Lewis was left on her own as a single mom to raise three young children, she was determined to still achieve the dreams she had in mind for her family – including a lakeside cabin for weekends and getaways. In Going Off Grid, Laura Ling examines how more Americans are choosing to live a more sustainable, simple lifestyle.
Asha Mevlana is an electric violinist with the Trans Siberian Orchestra who is used to life on tour but wanted a solid place to call home. This incredible tiny house is constructed on foundations but is joined by a mobile music studio on wheels, which also doubles as a practice space as well as performance venue.1
So what do you think of Asha’s tiny home? How well would it work for you? What would you change about it to make it perfect for you?
Musician Creates Tiny Cabin with Traveling Music Studio Tiny House Joined Together With a Beautiful Outdoor Deck
This is the story of a single father who wanted to simplify his life after divorce by living in a tiny house with zero debt so that he wouldn’t have to stress about money and be able to spend more quality time with his daughter.
So he converted a shed into his very own debt-free tiny home and has been living in it for over three years. He was even featured on HGTV! You can enjoy a video tour of his tiny home plus enjoy an interview with him below thanks to the folks at Our Journey to Bliss.
This is Michael Fuehrer’s amazing school bus conversion that can sleep up to six people. It’s called Navigation Nowhere.
He built it with the help of his dad and the design includes skylights, a rooftop deck, a multifunctional area that converts from a bed or couch to a large dining table, a full-service kitchen with plenty of space to prep and cook, a large pantry, a main floor bedroom that also converts into an office or a living room with a few adjustments, a rear storage area, and more!
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