The BunKaboose, designed by David Papen and Darin Zaruba from EcoCabins, was first envisioned as a cross between a caboose rail car and a rustic bunkhouse. A uniquely original tiny house with rugged style, classic appointments, and superior quality craftsmanship, the 20’ model with a 4’ deck is now available and the 24’ model with a 4’ deck will be released soon. This home features a quaint rustic metal deep soak bathtub, two lofts, an electric fireplace, and ‘beetle kill pine’ interior walls, trim, and floors.
It’s always fun to see staged and picture-ready tiny homes with magazine-worthy professional photography, but sometimes you want a reality check. What do these houses look like lived-in by real people?
I want to introduce you to Ariel, the owner of her tiny home named Fy Nyth. She has an awesome YouTube channel with tons of videos about tiny living, including clothing storage, living in a cold climate, and her off-grid power system. Seriously, check it out!
But today I bring you her updated tiny house tour. Yes, it’s 16 minutes long, but she shows you all her homes nooks and crannies and it’s super informative if you’re interested in going tiny.