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While we see a lot of bright white farmhouse tiny houses these days, Lisa bucked the tide by choosing an ultra-cozy color palette for her MitchCraft Tiny House on Wheels! Moody dark wood tones, warm stone colors, and striking custom windows make this a tiny home you’ll want to admire again and again.

Yes, it has a first-floor bedroom complete with a sitting-to-standing desk space and lots of storage. There’s a kids’ loft bedroom that has a door to a balcony, just to make this build even cooler. The bathroom has yet more stone, a large shower, and a side-by-side washer and dryer. I think you’re going to love this one!

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Wood & Stone Masterpiece Tiny Home with Balcony

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Images: MitchCraft

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This is a 206 sq. ft. modern Scandinavian-style custom-built tiny house from Fritz Tiny Homes. They dubbed this one “The Fritz”. It features lots of windows to provide plenty of natural light into this beautiful space. There’s a full kitchen, luxury bathroom, tall loft, and tons of storage space.

Enjoy the photos and virtual tour below. Let us know what you think about this custom tiny house build in the comments below.

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24′ Modern Tiny House by Fritz Tiny Homes

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Images via Fritz Tiny Homes

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Wow! What a stunning spot! This renovated barn in Italy sits in a nature preserve in Brescia, Italy. The two-level barn has been turned into two studio-style apartments, each around 300 square feet.

Both include their own micro kitchen and spa-like bathroom, and sleeping for three between the fixed beds and futons. You simply cannot beat the views! What do you think?

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Two Story Barn Converted Into Two Tiny Homes with Beautiful Views

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Images via Mara/Airbnb

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You’re going to love this tiny house from Baluchon in France. Built as a full-time residence for their client, David, it has everything from an oven to a nifty loft office so he can work from home.

The home can be heated by a mini wood stove, and the table moves around as needed. What’s your favorite part of this sleek build?

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David’s Tiny House Sauvage in France

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Images via Baluchon

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Jazz Musician Bruce Dunlap narrowly escaped when his tiny home was caught up in a flash flood near Santa Fe. He climbed out the back window with the help of neighbors, but the home — built in 2010 — was carried away and ultimately crashed into a tree and debris.

He is looking for support on Go Fund Me as his vehicle was also totaled in the flood. You can see the pictures of the disaster below.

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His Car Was Also Totalled in the Flood

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Images via Go Fund Me

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Nestled near East Nashville, TN is the Ironwood Grove, a tiny house hotel that offers 6 different tiny homes to stay in. Each one is uniquely different, modern, and cozy to make you feel comfortable while away from home.

Below you can check out some of the tiny homes as well as the courtyard. Would you consider a stay here? Take a look and then let us know in the comments below!

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Tiny House Hotel in Tennessee’s Music City

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Images via Ironwood Grove

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This is to let you know about the upcoming Third Annual Tennessee Tiny House Music Festival. It’s happening August 20-21, 2022 (Saturday & Sunday 10 am to 5 pm) and hosted by United Tiny House.

This is a festival in the truest sense. Tiny houses, skoolies, vardos, DIYs, professional builds, and private-home owners. PLUS… workshops, speakers, presentations, live entertainment, vendors, artisans, food trucks, and MUSIC.

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Tennessee Tiny House Music Festival

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Mégane and Cédric purchased their tiny home about two years ago and have it situated on one of the most idyllic pieces of property in France! Whether the land is snow-covered or dappled with wildflowers, it looks absolutely magical. They are growing fruit trees and bushes and have a lovely garden and chickens as well.

Inside, they have a professionally-outfitted kitchen, loft bedroom, and a living room with a huge picture window that looks out on their property. They have wood heating and solar power, and a beautiful covered front porch. Read their story below and enjoy the photos!

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Off-Grid Tiny Home with Lush Land!

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Images via @tinybarbare

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Cynde has been dreaming of a tiny house since 2015, and this month she moves into her 10×30 THOW built by Incredible Tiny Homes in Tennessee. It comes with 10×10 covered porch and she will be parking it in one of the Incredible Tiny Homes communities!

If you want to learn more about the communities, check out their website. Right now their Mountain property is the only one not fully leased out. Note: Only tiny homes built by Incredible Tiny Homes can put a deposit on a spot.

Thanks, Cynde, for showing us your tiny home!

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She’s Been Dreaming of a Tiny House Since 2015!

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