It all started with a 1989 International school bus they purchased in 2011. At 37 feet long, it offers plenty of space, and with all the modifications they made, they can officially call it a home. Their efforts resulted in the work of art you see below, which made its debut last October.” – Tiny House for Us
Winter is here, and I am warmer and more comfortable in this little house than I could have imagined.” – Natalie at HELLO TINY HOME
via HELLO TINY HOME.
Anyone with basic carpentry skills can construct this classic one-room cabin for under $4,000.” – Mother Earth News
Learn more about what it takes to Build This Cozy Cabin.
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
With the warming of the seasons I can’t but help thinking about the beach, so I thought this would be a neat small house to show you all. This is actually a rental that you can go stay at, located in the UK, Bembridge, Isle of Wright…” – Ryan at The Tiny Life
Stayed at cozy little cabin in the mountains this weekend. Just big enough for the whole family without feeling too cramped. If all the rain had been snow instead, it would’ve been perfect!” – AndrewQ
Photo credit to AndrewQ PDX
This house is 22 feet long by 8 feet wide. It has a cedar exterior, copper roof (fabricated by Abel from sheet copper), and handmade windows all around. The stained glass windows are restored and set in frames Abel built. It has wood heat, on demand hot water & shower, and a composting type toilet.” – Tiny House Blog
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“This cozy cabin just reminds me of mountain vacation homes, with a simple appointments and a comfy rustic feel, sounds like a great place to get away! This is actually a rental across the pond in Worcestershire. Here is what…”