10-Foot Wide Tiny Home by Nelson Tiny Houses

A popular trend in the world of tiny houses on wheels is to build the home 10-feet wide. While this is over the road limit of 8-feet, 6-inches, most people don’t move their tiny homes often and obtaining a temporary oversize load permit to move the house is usually not too hard to obtain.

The builder of this home is Nelson Tiny Houses, located in Nelson, British Columbia. The homes they build are always filled with beautiful custom woodwork and every detail carefully thought-through.  Subscribe to the Nelson Tiny Houses YouTube Channel for more videos from this tiny house builder.

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Video and image by Nelson Tiny Houses.

Whimsical Storybook Cottage

Yes… this is real. Bryce from Living Big in a Tiny House interviews the homeowner and gets a tour of this amazing 500 square foot house. It’s located on Vancouver Island in British Columbia and built from locally sourced natural materials. On the inside it has all the expected comforts of a contemporary home. Read more at Living Big in a Tiny House. Photo by Living Big in a Tiny House.

The Blue Heron – Off-grid Craftsman Cabin by Rewild Homes

Pictured here is a recent creation by Rewild Homes in Nanaimo, British Columbia. Inside you’ll find stunning beamwork, a cozy Morso woodstove, a stainless steel fridge, recessed LED lighting, washer/dryer hookups, and a custom staircase with storage. It’s also equipped with a solar panel & battery package. Learn more about Rewild Homes. The house may also still be for sale at Tiny House Listings.

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Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost – Tiny House Giant Journey

Guillaume and I waved goodbye to British Columbia, a province that wetted our appetite for glacial lakes and bear viewing, as the Yukon greeted us with a dusty smile. We immediately began by comparing the Canadian neighbors.” – Tiny House Giant Journey

Source: Navigating to Alaska: Klondike Loop

The Raven Loft

Dubbed the Raven Loft and perched among the trees of Pender Island in Canada, this tiny treehouse serves as a home for its builder, Geoff de Ruiter. Geoff, who is a graduate student of Northern British Columbia, sees it as a means of living a more sustainable lifestyle.” – Humble Homes

See more of The Raven Loft at Humble Homes.

Remote Island Sleeper Cabin in British Columbia

The new residence was designed and situated to take the best possible advantage of the natural beauty of it’s remote island location. Materials were transported by barge and offloaded by crane. Trees that were removed from the property for construction were recycled and now serve as finished support posts for the home; beams were made to spec by a local sawyer on BC’s Sunshine Coast. ” – Quantum Construction

Learn more about this British Columbia Sleeper Cabin