This is Jenna’s new tiny house porch! She just moved her tiny home to a new location, in the woods, so it was just the right time to finally fulfill her dream of adding a covered porch to her tiny house build! And it looks so awesome, doesn’t it?😍
That’s one of the things about homeownership, you really never stop making improvements, right? Well, it’s the same with tiny home ownership, too, which is why Jenna, of Tiny House Giant Journey, added this beautiful new covered porch to her tiny house on wheels after securing a cozy new spot in the woods. It’s a nice and very worthwhile addition to her tiny house, isn’t it? What do you think?
This is Matt and Lisa’s mind-blowing tiny home on wheels. It features a jet black exterior finish which compliments the modern design. Their tiny house also has an abundance of large windows including skylights along the entire roof. You can tell right away that this is a very special and one-of-a-kind tiny home. One of the most unique features about it is the double shower in the bathroom. Yes, this tiny house has two showers in the same bathroom. As it turns out, Matt is a professional bathroom remodeler/builder.
Another unique feature of this tiny house is the extra ceiling height which allows you to stand up before laying down in bed in your loft. I love this! So if you sometimes feel claustrophobic I think it might be different in this loft, what do you think? Currently, the top comment on the Living Big In A Tiny House YouTube video tour for this home reads, “This is probably the most beautiful tiny house ever.” What do you think, is it true?
This cozy tiny house is 24 feet long and it has a sleeping loft with a staircase, two heat sources, lots of natural light, and a rustic cottagey interior design.
The current owner, John, bought the tiny house from a couple who lived in it off-grid for 2 years while they built their permanent home. It’s now located next to a lake in Chelsea, Quebec, Canada, and you can rent this tiny house on Airbnb.
This is the story of a man who recently built a shed tiny house for only $1,500 in Orlando, Florida. If you’re tired of seeing $20k, $30k, $40k, and $50k+ tiny homes, this is a bit of a relief, isn’t it?
Rob Greenfield built his tiny house using 99% recycled/reclaimed materials. And in building his tiny house, he only created about 30 pounds worth of waste.
It gets better, too. He has a wonderful outdoor kitchen, bathroom, garden, composting system, rainwater collection system, and he’s even found a way to create energy from food scraps. He explains it all below.
Ever wonder what to do about a Christmas tree when you’re living in a tiny house? There’s definitely more than one solution to this problem, but here’s what one tiny house family decided to do about it…
We wanted to reach out and share our solution for a tiny house Christmas tree right outside the window of our 204 sf tiny house on wheels. ☺️
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