This is to show you some really-cool graffiti art done by Justin Lopez behind a clawfoot tub, inside of a newly-built Texas shotgun cottage by Plum Construction.
It’s one of the many small cottages with tiny house style designed and built by Christine and her crew, by Plum Construction, out of Galveston, Texas. What do you think? Pretty cool, right?
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Clawfoot Bath Tub with Graffiti Art in this Beautiful Tiny Texas Cottage
This is a 16×34 cottage cabin by Kanga Room Systems which is part of their Cottage Studio Luxe lineup. It’s a beautiful small home with tiny house-style, but more space. Kanga (Instagram) offers a variety of structures from tiny-to-small. They also offer kits, studios, sheds, cabins, tiny homes, and the like.
This one is approximately 544-sq.-ft. on the main floor, plus there’s loft space which is used as a second bedroom but could be used as storage, office space, or whatever else one would like. The main level features a covered porch (16′ x 6′), spacious living area with vaulted ceilings, kitchen, bathroom, and full bedroom. What do you think?
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544-sq.-ft. Kanga Cabin With Covered Porch And Add’l Loft Bedroom/Office/Hobby Room/Storage
This is the story of a couple in their 30’s who are mortgage and debt-free after building their own DIY tiny house on wheels. According to the Tiny Home Tours/YouTube interview and tour, it took them about 9 months to build and they have been living in it for over two years now.
They even added an amazing deck to expand their living space outside. This really makes having friends over nice, doesn’t it? Way to go Ericka and Jason for going tiny and being debt-free in your 30’s! That’s the way to do it!
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30’s Couple Mortgage And Debt-free After Building Their Own Tiny Home
This is the Last Stand TX Liebesnest. It’s a shipping container to tiny house conversion out of Stonewall, Texas that’s available on Airbnb.
It’s a 320-sq.-ft. shipping container turned tiny home with a sliding glass door, kitchen, bathroom, and a queen bed. What do you think?
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Last Stand TX Liebesnest 320-sq.-ft. Shipping Container Tiny House Conversion in Stonewall, Texas (Airbnb)
This is the story of Molly and Ken’s and their 267-sq.-ft. Born And Bound Tiny House they live in with their two fur babies, Mel and Tucker. Believe it or not, they were even able to squeeze a sauna into their bathroom! Their tiny house has everything you need, including an apartment-style stackable washer and dryer and a railed staircase that leads to their cozy sleeping loft.
They live in their tiny house out of Austin, Texas, but since it’s built on wheels, they could move anywhere pretty easily. That’s what can be so great about tiny homes, they can make you very flexible and mobile. Molly and Ken chose the tiny life for the freedom it offers (low cost, low maintenance lifestyle). Why do you want to go tiny? Please take the tour of their beautiful tiny house and life below and let us know your thoughts in the comments. Enjoy! You can follow them @bornandbound on Instagram.
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Molly and Ken’s 267-sq.-ft. Born And Bound Tiny House
This is the story of Tyshae and her realized dream to live in a tiny house. She had been dreaming and wanting to live in her own tiny home since she was 11-years-old.
So she left California and moved into this wonderful tiny home village in Texas. Here’s the full tour and story behind her tiny house and her new simple lifestyle. Enjoy this story thanks to our friends at Tiny Home Tours/YouTube!
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She Fulfills Her Childhood Dream By Moving Into a Tiny House