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Cozy Bed in Tony’s Hornby Island Caravan

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As far as the layout, there was careful thought given by Tony about his possessions- what to keep, what to get rid of, and of the things he kept, where they should go. There were specific spots built for specific things- lot’s of open storage under the bed for his many instruments, cd shelves, book shelves, a shelf for magazine folders for his papers and so on.” - Tiny House Blog

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1948 Spartan Manor Restoration

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My wife and I were living in Santiago, Chile when most of the work was done and communicated by email and Skype to get our influence into the design. This is a 1948 Spartan Manor that was pretty much just a shell when we purchased it.During the restoration we even incorporated some old furniture that we had to be built into the cabinetry. The interior is completely new, and we requested a design that would allow us to dry camp for a week at a time…” - Rick Zabel

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More About Jim’s Hobbit Hutch

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The Hobbit Hutch is a 56 square foot vardo/caravan/gypsy wagon with a 20 square foot porch. Inspired by Paleotool’s Gypsy Wagon on Instructables website.Totally insulated. It has tiny appliances in a tiny kitchen area with working window…jalousie windows on both sides of the bed…transom window above it…artwork/awning/window box on the “romance side” of the wagon…faux wood stove…a/c…bed with pull out dining table…and soon the porch will have a propane outdoor shower and cassette toilet hidden away inside a plywood box seat…all surrounded by outdoor privacy curtains.” - Jim Mangum

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Steve’s Thailand Dome

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Steve Areen, a world traveler who has been visiting remote locations around the world, decided to put down a few roots in northeast Thailand. These roots grew into one of the most beautiful dome homes you may ever see. This work of art (that only cost $9,000 to build) sits in the middle of a mango farm that belongs to Steve’s friend Hajjar Gibran.” – Kent

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Gregory’s Homeless Homes Project

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The Homeless Homes Project, which features tiny structures built out of illegally dumped garbage and industrial waste are becoming more than an environmental stance or garbage art. These little homes are fast becoming a collaborative project between different groups who want to help shelter people who live on the streets.” – Chirstina

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Frontier Fortress

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A product of their environment and culture, Frontier Fortress is building with strength, durability, and sustainability in mind. Several functions set these Tiny Homes apart from the crowd: most importantly their use of big, strong, posts and beams. The goal was to design and build a Tiny House that combines these elements in an artistic approach – they’ve taken the craft of building with big timbers and joined it with modern architectural flair.” - Noah Hedges

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Top 5 Ways to Live Tiny Without Sacrifice

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Do you want to live tiny but are worried about having to make too many sacrifices in space and comfort? We were too but can say with total confidence and from experience that with the right design and house size choice, you can go tiny and still live extremely comfortably…” - Gabriella Morrison

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MorHaus

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The trusses are shipped pre-cut and pre-drilled. Then they are bolted together on-site. The MorHaus method locates a truss every 4 feet with panels that are used for floor, wall and ceiling/roof structure between each truss for enclosed sections and a straight forward deck framing for porch sections. This allows for a high degree of flexibility in the system as any number of enclosed or porch sections – in any configuration – can be used.” - Tiny House Blog

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Marsha’s Off-Grid Tiny House

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My tiny house is only 6 x10 with solar lanterns that have their own tiny solar panels, propane heater, alcohol stovetop, and so I do not need much electricity… Anyway, thought I would pass along the picture.” - Marsha Cowan

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TV Show Casting Tiny House Enthusiasts

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Are you building a tiny home or funky small space in the upcoming months? Let a major network TV show help turn it into an amazing tiny dream home!  A major network and award-winning production company are seeking individuals and families nationwide that are planning on downsizing their home, and are looking to build and move into a tiny house, or funky small living space. In this brand new series, a team of expert builders and designers will help you design and build an amazing small dream home. Interested individuals, couples & families must be looking for new tiny home, cabin, cottage, apartment, trailer, etc. anywhere in the USA, and are hoping to purchase within the next 2-6 months…” – Kent

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Brevard Tiny House

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I thought you might be interested in a new tiny house company that my husband, father, and father-in-law are starting in the mountains of North Carolina, Brevard Tiny House www.brevardtinyhouse.com. The business has grown out of our family’s insatiable interest in tiny houses that started a few years ago when my husband took a class in sustainable design at UNC Asheville.” - Annelise Hagedorn

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A Tiny Timber-Framed House

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My partner and I have been building a tiny timber-framed house for a little over a year now. We thought you or some of your readers might find it interesting or helpful to hear about our project. When we started our build we had a hard time finding other people in the tiny house community who were doing a timber frame on a trailer…” - Paul and Makenzie Benander

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Tiny Cottages in Iceland

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On my way back from Copenhagen, I stayed for a few days in cold and dark Iceland. This fascinating and stark island in the North Atlantic is fast becoming one of the top places to visit in Europe — with or without Eyjafjallajökull blowing it’s top. Reykjavik is stylish and easy to get around in and the rest of the country is a mix of mountains, seaside, towering cliffs and, of course, hot springs like the famous Blue Lagoon. It’s interesting how the Icelandic tourism industry has turned this essentially inhospitable land into a place that is comfortable to stay…” - Christina

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Mr. Cabin Affordable Mini Cabin

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For anyone who has dreamed of having a real log cabin in the woods, but still wants to keep it small, Washington based Mr. Cabin, Inc. builds substantial and very affordable log cabins that stay under 200 square feet…” – Christina

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Little Yellow House Update

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It’s been a year now since I moved to the bay area and thought you might consider running an update now that I’ve been living tiny for a year. It’s tiny for two as of 10 months ago!Everything is still going beautifully. It’s amazing how big a tiny house can feel when you’ve built it around what’s important to you. It’s truly just like the average house, but smaller and exactly the way you want! I actually felt I could have gone with a shorter trailer when I first moved in, but now with my boyfriend living here too it’s perfect.” - Ella Jenkins

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Living in Sixty Square Feet

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This is our sixty square foot 1964 Li’l Beaver Camper. My husband Shane and I, and our two dogs, are 81 days into our adventure traveling across America, and we will be going until we decide to stop. This has really been a trip of a lifetime.We did a total rehab on the Li’l Beaver after finding that there was too much water damage to let it fly…” - Heather

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Tiny House Blog Interviews Kai from Tiny House Dating

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This week we had a conversation with Kai Rostcheck, who recently introduced the website TinyHouseDating to our community. This concept presents an intriguing angle on the Movement in general… continue to the interview…” – Tiny House Blog

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Canvas Wall Tents for Simple Living or Camping

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Canvas wall tents range in size from about 8-10 feet wide and 10-20 feet long. They can be supported with a simple wood frame, steel poles or traditional timber poles cut down on site. The walls are typically 5-6 feet high. Some canvas tents are large enough to contain a wood burning stove and the canvas roof can include a hole for a stove pipe.” -Christina at Tiny House Blog

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