1. Debt-Free Family Life in a Zero Waste, Plant Based Tiny House
This young family’s lifestyle in a tiny house is primarily driven by their desire to minimize their impact on the environment. Living in a small space has made them more conscious of their consumption habits, leading them to adopt a zero waste lifestyle and eliminate single-use plastics. Additionally, Mark, a Vegan chef, has utilized the financial freedom of living debt-free in a tiny house to launch his own plant-based popup restaurant.
2.Super Cool DIY Tiny House With HUGE Movie Theatre Loft
For those who are passionate about film and television, this tiny house may be the perfect fit. Erin and Jake, a dynamic young couple, took on the task of designing and constructing their dream tiny home on wheels. Their creation boasts an array of clever design features, such as a spacious loft that doubles as a home theatre.
Erin, an architectural technician with a background in interior design, was able to showcase her skills through this project. She also took on the majority of the building work for the tiny house. Thanks to their brilliant design choices, this home is not only functional with all the necessary amenities, but also includes clever additions like a fold-out dining table in the kitchen and a unique double loft design that allowed for the inclusion of the movie theatre – a must-have for Jake, who works in the film industry. Take a full tour of this spectacular tiny house on wheels and see for yourself.
3.Life On The Water In A Tiny House Boat
The Arkiboat, a tiny floating house boat, offers the perfect combination of the freedom of tiny house living and the tranquility of life on the water. This unique living solution was created by Ian Ugarte in collaboration with architect Drew Heath, with a focus on strength, lightness, and an architectural aesthetic that embraces the surrounding environment. The compact design allows for both comfortable full-time living and efficient travel at sea. Whether moored on a swing mooring or at a marina, the self-contained boat is equipped with all necessary holding tanks and operates completely off-grid, utilizing solar power to take advantage of Australia’s abundant sunshine.
4.Stunning Modern Small Home Made From 3 x 20ft Shipping Containers
This week, we will be exploring a beautiful and modern small home that was built using three 20ft shipping containers. Located near Lake Taupo in New Zealand, this house sits on an elevated section with breathtaking views of the lake and surrounding mountains.
The popularity of shipping container homes continues to grow due to their sturdy structure, making them a great option for challenging building sites. With some creativity, these containers can be transformed into stunning living spaces.
Brenda, the owner of this home, is no stranger to living in container homes. We first met her when she was residing in a charming single-container home. She then upgraded to a larger 40ft container home before finally settling into her current residence, which consists of three 20ft containers. Her expertise in designing small spaces has led to innovative solutions, clever use of space, and the incorporation of transforming furniture to maximize the impact of her compact home.
5.Wabi-Sabi Modern Japanese Inspired Small Home
6.This Dream Tiny House Is A Total Game Changer
This stunning contemporary Japanese-inspired small home is a true architectural masterpiece. Every corner of the house boasts unique and captivating design elements, making it both aesthetically pleasing and practical.
The owner, Tamiko, made the decision to downsize her living space after the tragic loss of her husband. With her children grown up, she no longer needed a large home and saw an opportunity to build a laneway house on her mother’s property in Vancouver, BC. This not only brought the family closer together, but also allowed Tamiko to create a new chapter in her life.
The house was designed by Tamiko’s brother-in-law, who is an architect. He incorporated elements of wabisabi, a Japanese world view that embraces imperfection, as well as traditional Japanese design, paying homage to Tamiko’s heritage. The home was built with great care and attention to detail, resulting in a truly special place for Tamiko to call home and start a new journey.
7.Couple Build Amazing Shipping Container Home For Debt-Free Living
This impressive shipping container home is sure to leave a lasting impression. It is made from a combination of one 20ft and one 40ft shipping container, making it a compact yet fully-equipped living space.
The construction of this home was a DIY project, showcasing some remarkable features. Jaimie and Dave put their hearts into creating a beautiful and artistic home that meets all their needs, while also fulfilling their dream of living without debt or a mortgage. The couple’s desire for financial freedom drove them to break away from the rat race and have more options and flexibility in their lives.
Jaimie and Dave’s journey is one of determination, love, and choosing happiness despite facing challenges. After Dave experienced a serious brain injury, their plans of building a mortgage-free shipping container home seemed impossible. However, they persevered through the obstacles and the process of building their home actually became a part of Dave’s physical and mental recovery.
8.3 x 20ft Shipping Containers Turn Into Amazing Compact Home
I am always impressed by how individuals can transform shipping containers, typically seen as cold and uninviting metal boxes, into stunning and cozy homes. This is exactly what a young couple from Victoria has achieved, converting three 20ft shipping containers into a beautiful and functional house.
Richard and Amy have utilized every inch of their container home with clever small space design ideas, maximizing the living space within the limited footprint of the containers. The construction of the home was also carefully planned, incorporating quality materials and techniques to ensure high performance and insulation.
The home is equipped with a grid-tied solar system, taking advantage of the abundant Australian sun, and it is self-sufficient in collecting its own water. With a new family member on the way, this container home will undoubtedly be a comfortable and welcoming space for this young family. I hope you enjoy this video tour.
9.Off-Grid Living in a 5x 20ft Shipping Container Home
If you are a fan of homes made from shipping containers, then this video tour is a must-see. In this episode, we introduce you to Rosie, who has built an impressive off-the-grid home using five 20ft shipping containers. Located in the midst of a stunning conservation area, her modern container home is thoughtfully designed to make the most of the breathtaking natural surroundings. The best part? This home operates completely off the grid, thanks to its solar power system, rainwater harvesting, and even a vermicomposting toilet. With these sustainable features, Rosie will never have to worry about paying for electricity or water again. We hope you enjoy the complete tour of this remarkable shipping container home.
10.Couple Downsize Into Dream Off-The-Grid Tiny House
This charming tiny home on wheels is truly remarkable. Its design is reminiscent of a traditional heritage-style house and boasts cleverly incorporated features. The talented husband and wife team, Cera and Oliver, have poured their skills into creating this beautiful home.
After purchasing a large house in the city, Cera and Oliver found themselves constantly working to maintain their lifestyle. However, with the burden of mortgage payments and home maintenance, they were unable to enjoy activities they once loved, such as outdoor adventures and sports. This led them to downsize and build their dream tiny home on wheels.
The design of the home was inspired by their previous heritage home in Armstrong, British Columbia. They incorporated the same shape, materials, and color scheme to create a smaller version that better suited their lifestyle. The home was designed to be completely off the grid, taking advantage of its mobility to offer a wider range of parking options and even the possibility of traveling with their home.
With Oliver’s background in construction and Cera’s keen eye for design, the couple decided to share their passion for tiny house living by starting their own building company.
11.Musician’s Incredible Modern Tiny House & Mobile Music Studio
This contemporary small house is a musician’s ultimate dream home. Asha Mevlana, an electric violinist from the Trans Siberian Orchestra, is accustomed to life on the road but desired a permanent residence. This remarkable tiny house is built on a foundation but is accompanied by a mobile music studio on wheels, serving as both a practice area and a performance venue.
Asha’s home is not only aesthetically pleasing but also spacious. Despite its compact size of 40 feet, it boasts clever design elements that maximize the use of space. The attached mobile music studio is a fantastic addition, designed to resemble a large amplifier. Equipped with marine speakers, it can easily be transformed into a concert space for intimate backyard performances. Furthermore, this feature allows the music studio to be transported to various locations, including tours and festivals.
12. 17 Year Old Builds Tiny House For Only £6,000!
At the young age of 17, Tom embarked on the construction of his mobile tiny house. Remarkably, he was able to complete the project for a mere £6,000, which is less than US$8,000. Now, at 20 years old, he is living in his very own debt-free home. If you appreciate our videos, kindly consider supporting us.
The tiny house movement in England is gaining traction, driven by soaring house prices that push people towards alternative living options. Tom is a trailblazer in this movement, being among the first in the country to build a tiny home.
Touring this tiny house was a delightful experience. It brings back memories of early home tours in New Zealand and Australia when the movement was just taking off. This grassroots movement is poised to take off in the UK, and I am eager to see its growth. I hope you enjoy the full tour of this inspiring young man’s remarkable home.
13.Enchanting Cabin In The Forest
This extraordinary cabin is unlike anything you have ever seen before. Tucked away in the midst of the majestic trees of the Olympic rainforest, this charming and fanciful cabin is sure to leave you in awe. Crafted by Jacob Witzling, who can be found on Instagram under the username jacobwitzling, this cabin is not just a residence, but also a masterpiece. Made from eco-friendly materials that were repurposed and salvaged, this small abode blends seamlessly into its natural surroundings, almost as if it has sprung to life straight out of a fairy tale.
14.Woman Builds £1000 Tiny Earthen Home To Live Close To Nature In Welsh Woods
In this week’s episode, we are taken to the untamed forests of Wales, where a remarkable woman has made the decision to live in close proximity to nature in a modest earthen dwelling that cost only £1000. This unconventional lifestyle may seem extreme to many, but for Emma, it is a way to cultivate a deeper connection with the natural world while also freeing herself from the demands of modern society. Her humble abode exudes beauty, warmth, and comfort, despite lacking amenities such as running water, electricity, and internet access. Emma collects water from a nearby spring-fed stream and illuminates her home at night with candles and a fire. Her story serves as a powerful reminder of how little we truly need in life and perhaps prompts us to reflect on the sacrifices we make to attain the possessions we have. I hope you enjoy learning about Emma’s journey and taking a virtual tour of her unique and minimalist home.
15.Magical Hobbit-Like Eco Cave House
During this week, we will be exploring Underhill, a remarkable hobbithome-inspired ecocave house that is nestled into the side of a hill. This off-the-grid dwelling is skillfully designed to mimic the appearance of a cave. Without any electricity, the use of stone, wood, and other rustic elements truly transports you to a bygone era.
16.Ingenious Tiny Home Creation at 21 with Just $5,000
In recent years, the cost of construction has risen significantly and it seemed unlikely that we would see another budget-friendly tiny home being built. In a world where even DIY projects require large budgets, it is impressive to know that such a feat is still achievable.
Jack’s achievement was made possible by his dedication and hard work. Over the course of three years, he cleverly sourced materials and steadily worked on the project. At just 21 years old, he now owns his own tiny home. This is truly an impressive accomplishment.
17.This Multifunctional French Tiny House is a Marvel of Innovation
This DIY tiny house was constructed using natural and reclaimed materials. It boasts ample storage and clever, multifunctional design concepts, all achieved with a remarkable budget of only $20,000. This tiny home serves as a prime example of the essence of the tiny house movement – grassroots, self-built, and centered on cost-effective construction and efficient use of space. I admire how Geoffrey shares his goal of creating a personal sanctuary through building his home, as that is precisely what our homes should provide – a place of refuge.
18.Transforming a £1 Grain Silo into an INCREDIBLE Tiny Home
Every aspect of this house has been meticulously designed with care and attention by Bob and Carol Ann, who have infused their artistic talents into every corner. The end result is truly unique and unlike anything we have encountered before. This silo home not only serves its purpose as a functional living space, but also boasts stunning design elements that will leave you in awe. Upon entering, one can’t help but feel like they are stepping into a modern-day fortress, with a perfect blend of metal, wood, and concrete that come together to create a raw and elemental atmosphere.
19.This Amazing Tiny House and Land Cost a Fraction of Typical Homes but Offers Superior Value
In the midst of exorbitant housing prices, it is reassuring to know that there are still attainable options for owning a home and land. This exceptional off-grid tiny house, designed for family living, offers ample space, functionality, and all the necessary amenities for this young family.
The house is situated on shared land, of which Paula and Boyd have purchased a portion, providing them with long-term security for their parking spot. They have also established their own vegetable gardens around the tiny house and even planted a food forest. In addition, they have access to hundreds of acres of communal land and have taken on the responsibility of its conservation program.
Their home is completely self-sufficient and off the grid, equipped with an impressive solar system and efficient rainwater collection. Along with their gardens, this allows for relatively low overhead costs in terms of maintaining the home and feeding the family.
Through a combination of the house and land, they have been able to create an incredible family home at a fraction of the cost of the average home. However, in reality, they have also gained much more than what an ordinary home could offer.
20.Breathtaking Tiny House Homestead Amidst Noosa Hinterland Beauty
21.Unveiling an Exceptional Marvel: The Enormous Elegance of This Unique Tiny House
This can be attributed to the exceptional design of this space, incorporating numerous clever ideas to maximize functionality and aesthetic appeal. We believe this could sway even the most hesitant individuals towards embracing tiny house living.
We trust that you will appreciate the tour of this residence as much as we did. Cindy and Kraig are delightful and optimistic individuals who have created a home that perfectly suits their needs. It is evident how proud they are of their home, and rightfully so.
22.Discovering Liberation: A Woman’s Journey in a Forest Tiny Home
This compact dwelling boasts all the essential features and is adorned with items that bring Christine immense happiness, including a piano. Utilizing this charming tiny house as a starting point, Christine has utilized its low maintenance and cost-effective nature to pursue her passions such as traveling and playing music. We trust that you will relish the opportunity to explore this extraordinary tiny house.
23.Sky-High Tiny House: Innovative Pop-Top Roof and Stunning Home Office
This compact dwelling is a work of art, showcasing exceptional design and craftsmanship that will surely impress. Its impressive height is complemented by a poptop roof, providing ample space in the loft area. One of its standout features is a cleverly designed dual home office that seamlessly blends into the lounge area. The multifunctional design is truly ingenious.
Shani and Christian have dedicated themselves to this project, investing a great deal of time and effort to create a home that perfectly suits their needs. The execution of the build is of the highest quality, featuring a stunning combination of burnt cedar and metal exterior and a beautifully crafted midcentury modern timber interior that sets this home apart from others.
Not only is this tiny house aesthetically pleasing, but it is also completely self-sufficient. With an impressive solar array and rainwater collection system, the couple has enough power to not only live comfortably but also run their wedding photography business from home full-time.
24.Exquisite Queensland Forest Tiny House: Where Luxury Meets Simplicity
The charming tiny house situated in the breathtaking Queensland forest is a perfect blend of simplicity and luxury, showcasing the potential of well-executed minimalist design. Crafted by its owner Jess, this home boasts ingenious design concepts, from the abundance of windows that offer sweeping views to the clever arrangement of the interior space.
The interior of the house exudes a sense of openness and connection to the surrounding forest, thanks to the ample windows that also provide protection. Every aspect of the home has been thoughtfully designed to serve its purpose without any unnecessary elements, yet still exuding an air of opulence. The presence of plants, artwork, and tasteful lighting fixtures adds to the artistic and imaginative ambiance of the space.
Tucked away in the forest, this off-grid tiny house offers seclusion and a remote feel while being conveniently located near town. Due to the limitations of solar power caused by the large skylights, a separate solar trailer has been ingeniously constructed to optimize the positioning of the panels for optimal sunlight during both winter and summer seasons.
25.Tranquil Oasis: Tiny Home & Gardens Offering Sanctuary in Spain
Anne, originally from Canada, has chosen to relocate to her ancestral home in Spain in order to establish the life of her dreams. In this location, she has successfully cultivated breathtaking gardens and established a tranquil sanctuary for individuals seeking rejuvenation. Nestled within the picturesque gardens is a self-constructed tiny house, thoughtfully designed to cater to all individuals and promote creativity and serenity.
26.Embarking on an Off-Grid Dream: How a $2,000 Tiny House Truck Paved the Way to Self-Sufficiency
In a society where the cost of living, food, and housing prices are continuously rising, it is refreshing to come across individuals who have found innovative ways to break free from this cycle. In this week’s episode, we are introduced to Brent and Greer, who started with a modest house truck worth $2,000, but eventually created an off-grid, self-sufficient haven.
After completing their house truck, they embarked on a journey to find affordable rural land, and were fortunate enough to discover a picturesque spot by a river in the beautiful and untamed West Coast of New Zealand. Over time, while living in their mobile home, they have transformed the land into a thriving space, cultivating orchards and gardens with the goal of achieving self-sufficiency and food autonomy. Their efforts have been so successful that they have even established a farm store to provide for their local community.
Brent and Greer serve as living examples that with ingenuity and determination, it is still possible to realize the dream of living off-grid in a tiny house at a reasonable cost.
27.Modern Marvel: Discovering Space and Spectacular Views in The Ultimate Tiny House
This compact dwelling offers a complete package with its contemporary and airy design, making it an ideal living space. Located in Queenstown, the house also provides stunning views of the nearby mountains. After spending a year traveling around New Zealand in a caravan, Leon and Jariya decided to settle down in this tiny house. As avid travelers, they were drawn to the idea of having a beautiful and functional home that could be easily relocated at their convenience.
The tiny house design has many appealing features, including seamless integration between indoor and outdoor spaces, and high-quality materials used throughout the interior. This home leaves nothing to be desired, as it is equipped with all modern amenities, such as a top-notch entertainment system and smart home automation features like automatic plant watering. Overall, this tiny house offers a comfortable and convenient lifestyle for its owners.
28.Freedom from Debt: How a Military Family Found Liberation Building a Tiny House
The military family has constructed a remarkable tiny house as their permanent residence. One of the difficulties faced by military personnel is the likelihood of being relocated. The task of packing up all belongings and finding a new home in a different city can be daunting. However, what if one could simply bring their home with them?
This was the exact decision made by Russel and Sarah, who opted for a mortgage-free and debt-free lifestyle for their family by repurposing their deposit for a traditional home into a tiny house on wheels. The house has been thoughtfully designed to provide each family member with their own personal space while still functioning as a cozy and inviting family abode. Now situated on a property just opposite the air force base, Russel only needs to hop over the fence to reach his workplace.
29.Empowering Journey: Building a Tiny House Amid Lockdown – A Remarkable Woman’s Tale
Bérangère was motivated to construct her compact dwelling after spending four years traveling and realizing the importance of having a permanent place to call home. Despite wanting to keep her possessions to a minimum and maintain flexibility in terms of location, she decided that a tiny house would be the ideal solution.
Initially, Bérangère had planned to participate in a group workshop to build her tiny house. However, due to lockdown restrictions in France, the workshop was cut short after the first week, leaving Bérangère to complete the project on her own.
The end result is a stunning and inspiring tiny home. We invite you to take a video tour of this remarkable dwelling that truly lives up to its name.
30.Unveiling Freedom: Modern Single-Level Tiny House Redefining Couple’s Lifestyle
This exceptional one-story contemporary tiny house has fulfilled the homeowners’ dream of a perfect home. From its striking black exterior to its cleverly designed and beautiful interior, this house is truly remarkable. It’s an episode you won’t want to miss.
After three years of planning, Russel and Leah were able to turn their tiny house vision into a reality. The result is a unique and highly functional home that meets and exceeds all of their needs. With no stairs or ladders to navigate, the single-level design is open, bright, and spacious.
Russel, a police detective, and Leah, a social worker specializing in at-risk youth, both have demanding and high-pressure jobs. They deserve a peaceful sanctuary to come home to, and this house provides just that. Its modern design and smart features make it a truly impressive home.
The best part is that downsizing to this incredible tiny house has given the couple a sense of freedom and more time and resources to focus on things that matter to them, like traveling and spending quality time with family.