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Britney traded three goats and a sheep to get the epic floating staircase made from old barnwood installed in her tiny home. She uses the THOW as a vacation rental on her family’s peach farm, which has been theirs since 1810!

It’s 27 feet long and 9 feet wide, and the frame was built by a secondary trade school. Inside you’ll find a white interior complimented by tons of vintage and thrifted items, including a funky mustard yellow couch! Outside there’s a private deck area with views of the orchard.

Danielle at Exploring Alternatives did a lovely video tour with Britney of the THOW, which you’ll want to check out below!

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Britney’s THOW on Her Family’s 200-Year-Old Peach Farm

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This is a private and secluded Tiny River House that’s loft-free and packed with amenities! Built on a military ammunition trailer, this is a unique THOW build you won’t find elsewhere. The lovely board and batten exterior blends into the landscape.

Inside you’ll find a cozy queen bed with stunning river views — the perfect spot to relax and sip a cup of coffee in the morning! The sliding glass doors let you open up the home to beautiful natural surroundings. The home has a kitchen with everything you need minus an oven, and a bathroom with a dry flush toilet and shower.

Enjoy the photo tour below, and book your stay on Airbnb here!

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No-Loft Vacation THOW near Portland

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When this couple moved to Boise, Idaho, they wanted space in their yard for an accessory dwelling unit they could use as a guest house and rental unit. They contracted with Tiny Idahomes who built them this lovely THOW they now rent out on Airbnb.

The THOW has it’s own private fenced-in yard and patio area, which makes it a private stay. Inside you’ll find a queen-sized loft bedroom, as well as a sofa bed downstairs if you aren’t up for stair-climbing. There’s a full kitchen to make it easy to prepare meals, and a bathroom with a spacious shower and Separett composting toilet.

Tiny Home Tours did a great video tour of the space which you can watch below! Enjoy!

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Tiny Idahomes Builds Backyard Airbnb THOW

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Breathe is the perfect spot for one or two people to spend a weekend getting away from it all. Located at Tiny Camp in Sedona, Arizona, it’s a lovely little spot with a large yoga deck and the perfect coffee-sipping couch!

You’ll walk into the open-concept main living area with the couch and full kitchen. A staircase takes you up to the loft bedroom with a skylight, and beneath it is the bathroom with a shower stall and flushing toilet.

You can book your stay over at Tiny Camp here.

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Canyon Views & Yoga Porch To Help You Breathe

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Renew is another traditional-style THOW at Tiny Camp in Sedona, Arizona that’s awesome for a quiet getaway with breathtaking canyon views.

You’ll love the large deck for stargazing (they have a “dark night” policy in Sedona) and early morning yoga. Inside there’s a compact couch for relaxing, and storage stairs that lead up to the loft bedroom. The bathroom has a luxury tiled shower and flush toilet. You can book your stay at Tiny Camp here.

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The Renew Tiny House in Sedona, Arizona

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If you’re looking for a more Bohemian/Modern spot to stay at Tiny Camp in Sedona, Arizona, their Aspire model might be the perfect choice.

Not only does it have a tremendous wall of windows to let in light, there’s a cool pull-out queen bed on the main floor so you don’t need to climb any ladders! There’s a long galley kitchen with a stove top and fridge, and a bathroom with flush toilet and luxury shower.

The star-gazing deck also includes a pod swing — perfect spot for relaxing! Book your stay here.

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Downstairs Bedroom in Aspire Tiny House Getaway

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