This is the story of Olivia and Ryan and how they built their dream floating home using inspiration from floating house communities in British Columbia.
In this episode of Living Big In A Tiny House (YouTube) with Bryce Langston, he shows you an amazing house boat cottage in Auckland, New Zealand. Have you ever considered building a cottage on a floating platform, kind of like this?
This is a story of Paul and Annett and their beautiful off-grid tiny home in Byron Bay, New South Wales. Below you’ll find video tours from Bryce of Living Big in a Tiny House to see for yourself how this couple is living completely off-grid and making the most out of life.
We’re so grateful for being able to live this lifestyle. Even after 2 years of living in our tiny, we sometimes still pinch ourselves.
This is Nick and Frankie, their school bus conversion tiny home, and their 3 beautiful dogs. One night they watched a documentary about a couple who were traveling around the United States, and they looked at each other, and asked, “can we do that?”
Fast forward to today, and they’re living full-time in their custom-built skoolie with a raised roof so it feels pretty spacious inside. It’s painted white, has custom windows, solar panels, and there’s even a wood-burning stove inside to make it feel like you’re in a cabin. Enjoy the photo and video tour below!
This is the story of Shelby and Rooster and how they turned a 2006 Heartland Bighorn RV (a 5th wheel travel trailer) into their very own affordable Bohemian-style Tiny Home on Wheels. But let me tell you, living in small spaces in nothing new for them because shorty after they married in 2015, they lived on a boat and have been living tiny ever since.
Rooster is in the military and Shelby is an online ESL teacher. So the tiny house on wheels lifestyle works great for them. See how they transformed their RV into a beautiful tiny home below. Have you ever considered renovating an RV instead of building or buying a tiny house on wheels?
This is the story of Laurel and Brandon’s first tiny house. They built it so that they could create financial freedom and the ability to pursue their dream careers and hobbies.
They’ve been living tiny for 5 years now, and have even built other tiny homes which they’ve sold! Besides that, they enjoy nature, their hobbies, and the freedom that their lifestyle offers. Get to know more about this tiny house and their story in this full video tour below. Big thanks to Jenna of Tiny House Giant Journey for sharing the story.
Rodanthe is the latest stunning model built upon our popular Kokosing design. Featuring beautiful custom stained wood cabinetry, stainless steel counters, the popular Kokosing social area, a spacious loft, and full bath, Rodanthe is a beautiful, modern tiny home.
You can also tour this tiny house in the video at the bottom of this article. Enjoy!
Meet Ben and Meag of the Wild Drive Life. They are a couple who over the past five years simplified their life, paid off over $100,000 in student loan/vehicle debt, and converted an old prison bus into their very own rolling tiny home.
See how these two health-loving hikers are traveling and sharing their journey in their very own self-converted bus since January 2018.
Below you’ll find a video tour of their awesome custom bus conversion. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thanks!
Couple Payoff Over $100k in Debt and Convert an Old Prison Bus into their own Mortgage-free Rolling Tiny Home
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