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Here’s an awesome, affordable tiny house on wheels for sale in Little Rock, Arizona. The main bed is on a pulley system, so it can be lifted out of the living room space during the daytime to provide maximum space!

A galley kitchen takes up one wall of the main space, and there’s a loft over the bathroom that can be used for storage or another bonus space. It’s only $30,000, which is quite the deal!

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$30K Tiny Home on Wheels in Arkansas

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Tru Form tiny just released a tour of one of their gorgeous custom homes which they built for a couple in Washington who just got a spot in a local tiny house community. This home totally bucks the “white shiplap” tide with its bold colorful interior of deep navy blue contrasted with warm acacia wood.

There’s a really cozy reading nook over a bump out built on the tongue of the trailer, a loft bedroom with a little built-in office, and a lovely galley kitchen with a drawer dishwasher. Enjoy it below!

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Deep Navy 28 Ft THOW with Bump-Out

Custom and Colorful 28-ft. Kootenay by Tru Form Tiny

Images: TruForm Tiny

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Gael lived and worked in San Francisco for years, but the high cost of living made it impossible for her to retire there. So instead, she purchased a tiny home and secured a spot at Tiny Tranquility in Oregon.

Her beautiful home is filled with her artwork – pencil drawings and intricate scratch designs – and she has a comfortable recliner to sleep in (it’s the best option for her back). The only regret she has with her tiny home is the tiny bathroom!

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Tiny House on Wheels with Cat Highway

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You might remember when we featured this home as a new build back in May. Well, it gets better! Kay and Pete have moved in, and we did a little Q&A with them about their tiny lifestyle. I love seeing “lived-in” tiny houses, and their idyllic spot on family land makes the best backdrop for this home. They’ve created a little off-grid homestead with a DIY workshed.

This home might have the best layout we’ve ever seen — a large L-shaped kitchen, cozy living room nook, full bathroom (with a soaking tub!), and a gooseneck bedroom with a magnificent closet. You don’t want to miss it! Enjoy the Q&A at the bottom of the post.

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Couple’s Gooseneck Tiny Home Offers Freedom

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Get excited for this little gem! Today I’m showing you a simple THOW for under $22,000 — a price that is getting rarer and rarer these days. It’s understandably simple, but still includes all the necessities, such as a 3/4 bathroom and kitchenette.

The one-floor design (no lofts) puts the bed in the “living room” space, but with all the hide-a-bed and futon options out there, you could easily make this a dual-purpose space. Right now it’s located in Hogansville, GA — but maybe it’s your new home!

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Adorable Modern Farmhouse THOW

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Despite having a successful career, Brenda found herself homeless some years ago while trying to take care of her aging mother. A tiny house was a perfect solution to her predicament — until it wasn’t. Not long after buying her first THOW, it crashed on its way to Oregon and was largely demolished.

But Brenda got back up! She salvaged what she could, and ended up with a larger tiny home that makes sense for her “not minimalist” lifestyle. Now she’s been living at the Tiny Tranquility tiny house community for three years, and she loves her life and little home.

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“Not A Minimalist” Living Tiny in Community

Her Tiny Home Rebuild After A Crash

Images by Tiny Home Tours

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This beautiful Scandinavian-Inspired tiny home is called the Nordic Abode and features a striking minimalist design. There’s a kitchen and bedroom space, divided by a compact bathroom with a shower, toilet, and vanity.

The interior walls are whitewashed pine and there’s a sink, cooktop, and spot for a mini-fridge under the counter. Big picture windows let in tons of natural light and allow you to enjoy lovely views. The tiny homes are built out of Monterey, Tennessee.

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Simple No-Loft Scandinavian-Inspired Tiny Home

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While “modern farmhouse” is all the rage in design these days, Tru Form Tiny also caters to those who want a more urban design for their tiny homes. The Urban Park Max is 37×10 and features a minimalist exterior, shed-style roof, and oodles of windows.

There’s a downstairs bedroom with walls of windows to let in tons of natural light. An L-shaped kitchen, luxury bathroom, and cozy living finish the place off. What do you think of this?

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37 Ft. Tiny House on Wheels w/ Ground Floor Bedroom and Luxury Finishes

Urban Park Max 10

Images: TruForm Tiny

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A few months ago, Timbercraft Tiny Homes released their newest model, the Teton. Well, here’s another iteration of that model with a beachy interior feel. It has washed-out wood tones and blue-grey cabinetry.

There’s a first-floor bedroom with lots of storage and beautiful high ceilings, as well as a loft bedroom/bonus space over the bathroom. The U-shaped kitchen and front living room take up the rest of the home. Check it out below!

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10-Foot-Wide Grey-Blue and Driftwood Tiny Home

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