Category Archives: Success Story

Alex & Sara’s Sprinter Van Conversion

Sara & Alex live and work full time on the road in their Sprinter van conversion. They built it themselves and started with a used van that had only about 55,000 miles on it. The van initially cost about $25,000 to buy and $14,000 and 3 months to finish. Read about all the van build […]

School of Life Success Story

Bryce Langston – from Living Big In A Tiny House – visits with Tamra, Jt, and their son Kalon Sage. They have land in Colorado and Texas and spend six months a year in Colorado and can spend the other six months exploring North America or living on their land in Texas. Many communities have legal limits […]

Family of Five – Nomadic Tiny Living Success Story

Denver & Vanessa Miller live on the road full time with their 3 boys – all under 5. Denver has a job where he can work remotely and can live anywhere – so they live everywhere. Jenna from Tiny House Giant Journey recently visited with the Millers while at the annual Tiny House Jamboree and […]

Tiny House Family – CNN iReport

An update from this Tiny House Family. “We are a family of four (plus one large dog and one cat) living in 168 sq. ft., plus sleeping lofts. The tiny house is our first structure on our small, mortgage-free homestead. In order to move onto our land and live rent and mortgage-free as soon as […]

Portland Tiny Homes

Tammy Strobel from RowdyKittens just did a guest post on Tiny House Blog about these great little houses in Portland. They were built by Jeff and Brad who make an extra effort to reuse and recycle while creating these tiny habitable works of art. Portland Tiny Homes

Derek Diedricksen’s Vermont Cabin

I was recently contacted by a fellow named Derek Alexander Diedricksen who is in the process of writing a book called, “Humble Homes, Simple Shacks, Cozy Cottages, Ramshackle Retreats, Funky Forts, and Anything Else We Could Squeeze in Here.”  It turns out that Derek is quite a scavenger-builder himself. Derek Diedricksen’s Vermont Cabin

Moving the Mini-Mobile Cottage

Jeff and Arlene have completed their tiny house and have pulled it up from California to Seattle. After a safe trip the house is now sitting in its new space in Ballard, the neighborhood in Seattle where they have settled. The house design is a Tumbleweed Fencl and you can see construction photos on their […]

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