This is the story of Peter Matheson, the 70-year-old man who designed and built his own 125 sq. ft. tiny home on wheels. He shared his story with us in early 2016, and today I’m excited to tell you about a new video that Peter is featured in on Living Big in a Tiny House on YouTube!
Aaron converted this vintage baby blue school bus into a tiny home for less than $4,500 CAD.
He traded an older vehicle for the bus, and used mostly reclaimed wood to build storage spaces and a bed frame; and the countertop is made from a goat teeter totter.
Image © Exploring Alternatives
This is a little cabin in the Smoky Mountain area in Townsend, Tennessee. It features an open floor plan with 572 square feet and two hot tubs! One near the bedroom and bathroom and the other one is outside in the back porch. What do you think?
It all started at a coffee shop with a sketch of the design to which Abel’s client immediately accepted. Towards the end of the video tour, Abel even shows you how he designed and built this tiny house too! It’s a really great video and I think you’ll enjoy it a lot.
This is the 330 sq. ft. Henderson Tiny House on Wheels by Movable Roots in Melbourne, Florida.
Anytime I think of treehouse, I think of how cool and useful this custom bicycle-powered ‘elevator’ lift is!
Would you seriously consider living in a little cabin up in the trees like this one?
This is Realwood Tiny Homes in Chehalis, WA.
REALWOOD TINY HOMES is a division of Sustainable Engineered Buildings Inc., a compact building and tiny home company providing a comprehensive suite of environmentally friendly products and services.1