Jenna Spesard & Dylan Magaster have traveled all over North America interviewing folks that live alternative tiny lifestyles. In the two videos below they tour each other’s tiny living spaces.
Jenna lives in a tiny house that she’s traveled in for more than 25,000 miles. She’s currently living in Oregon but spends much of her time these days traveling the world. On her YouTube Channel you can find many (but not exclusively) Tiny House tours and interviews. Subscribe to Tiny House Giant Journey on YouTube.
Dylan lives in a van conversion. The van cost him $2,000 and the DIY conversion was just $3,500. So while his living space is not as comfortable as Jenna’s it gives him the freedom to travel and live the life her wants. On his channel you will find many (but not exclusively) VanLife tours and interviews. Subscribe to Dylan Magaster on YouTube.
It has a lower level bed which is hidden behind sliding barn doors and a sleeping loft accessed by a staircase. It has a fully functional kitchen, laundry, and large bathroom. It even has a roof deck accessed by an exterior ladder.
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Patrick and Lauren got married in September of 2015, sold their 3-bedroom house, quit their jobs, and ordered a Tumbleweed Barn Raiser – a tiny house shell that the homeowner finishes themselves. They completed their house in quickly and hit the road.
Their plan is to tour the US and Canada in their tiny house for about six months. You can see a map of where they’ve been, where they are now, and their future stops on their website.
Kol Peterson and Deb Delman of Caravan-The Tiny House Hotel in Portland will be holding the first ADU (accessory dwelling units) tour in Portland, Oregon on June 1, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.” – Tiny House Blog
…we are opening our home to the public for the first time on May 17, 2014 when we join four other tiny homes to create the Tiny Houses of Floyd, Virginia Tour. We will all convene at the Floyd Country Store after the tour for a screening of the movie TINY: A story about living small.” – Hari
Located in the Auckland (New Zealand) suburb of Glen Eden, Cedric is a charming Tiny House who in a previous life was actually a house truck. The space has been wonderfully converted into a very functional living area with kitchen, bathroom and a lovely lounge.” – Living Big In A Tiny House