This stunning tiny home has used natural building techniques to give it an earthen cottage look, making it a unique hybrid between tiny house on wheels and a small natural home.
Tour of the used tiny house we lived in for 2 1/2 years – an Alpenlite 34 ft. RV. Great use of space. Living this way enabled them to save up as they were building their new home. They sold it later and recouped almost all of their original investment (minus a little which amounted to $66/month). Very clever.
Since he was a teen Austin Smith has been paid to chase the snow around the world, but after a decade on the road, he wanted to slow things down. His brother had bought a 1953 GMC fire truck on eBay for $5000 that his parents wanted out of their yard, so Smith converted it into a tiny home and drove it to his local mountain to live, and snowboard, for the winter (Mt Bachelor, like some other ski resorts, allow camping in their parking lot).
Adam and Sian have built an amazing off-the-grid tiny house on the back of a beautiful old Bedford truck. Their home is powered by solar, and is constructed almost entirely from salvaged materials.
This tiny house has an incredible story to tell. At only 10m2 (or 108 ft2) this home on wheels has been constructed almost entirely from salvaged materials. Despite it’s micro footprint, it’s a fully functional home for a family of three.
Lacey has been living in her tiny house for more than 3 years. Her tiny home was built on the foundation of an old camper that Lacey bought with the intent to refurbish it, however after finding out that there was a lot of rot in it, she decided with the help of friends to build a tiny home on the trailer foundation of that old camper. In this video she details the build, her lifestyle, the ups and downs of living this way, and a final message about the peace it brings to her living simply.