Tiny House Video Tours

Our Tiny House

This above tour of our tiny house was created by our good friend Deek Diedrickson from relaxshacks.com. It was shot in September 2014, right after we finished our house. Since then we’ve upgraded and added a few items, including: the Kimberly Wood Stove, a Movie Projector & Enormous Screen, and a Portable Solar System. We intend on writing about each of these new items and shooting individual videos. Check back soon.

If you are interested in the mechanics of our build, and we kind of figured you would be, explore our build posts by clicking here. Also visit our materials and FAQ pages.

Deek recently wrote a book called “Micro Shelters” which features our tiny home and many others. The book is “eye-candy” for tiny home enthusiasts! We were even inspired to incorporate a few new tiny house ideas.

micro shelters

Other Tiny House Video Tours

On the road we meet dozens of interesting people living in homemade alternative dwellings. Below you will find a collection of video tours we produce to share their stories and their unique homes.

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34 thoughts on “Tiny House Video Tours”

  1. C’est vraiment super. J’adore la table (surtout quand on est invité).
    Je ne sais pas si tu pourras nous accueillir: un enfant et un chien…
    Je regarde de temps en temps voir ou vous en êtes, c’est vraiment sympat. Étant anti “livre-visage” je ne peux pas te laisser de message. En reregardant cette vidéo j’en profite donc.
    Nous, nous allons construire un maison. Ca devrait commencer dans quelques semaines. Je tiendrais donc un blog “Giant house tiny journey” car nous ne pourrons plus la déplacer et ruiné par l’emprunt nous ne pourrons plus voyager.
    J’essayerais de te joindre par tel un de c’est 4.
    Les USA nous manque mais pour se consoler nous irons en écosse cet été.
    Bise à vous trois!

    PS : je ferais l’effort d’écrire en anglais la prochaine fois. Pour toi ça ne changera rien tu devras quand même traduire pour Jenna.

    1. Haha, merci pour ton message l’ami! J’ai vu ton appel mais j’étais en pleine interview pour la télé… Dis-moi, t’es encore sur Besançon? On devrait passer en France fin novembre, mi-décembre. Je te rappelle dès que j’y pense, ou tu peux me rappeler aussi. Bises!

  2. Welcome to Skyo! I feel honored that you wanted to stay at our place. Just wish I could have been there to say hi and see your beautiful little home in person.

  3. Hey, there! I found this house and decided to watch the video (it is PRETTY amazing btw!) and I couldn’t stop thinking… How do you have internet? Is it included in your house…? Do you pay for it every month…?Do you stop at cafeterias and restaurants every day? Could you please explain?? Im confused!

  4. For the first time today, found and enjoyed watching the videos of your house and the videos you made reviewing others tiny homes. We have a 750 sq ft log cabin in the Tennessee Cumberland Mountains; built in turn key in SC and transported to TN. I had transported our old 28 foot camper home from TN to SC and stripped it down to the frame to build a tiny house on some day, so you are giving me a lot of really good ideas. I’m hoping you have video on your build, especially floor construction. Thanks so much. Hugh

  5. You two are our favorite Tiny House people so far! We love your innovative designs, use of space, and darn right cleverness! My wife and I live on a 44′ sailboat at the moment, but would love to buy some land in the future and start building multiple tiny homes (retreat style). Sailboats and tiny homes have many similarities. Do you recommend any other people that seem to be really unique and inventive with their homes?

  6. Neat! Y’all have a beauuuuutiful home. 🙂

    What’s the stats on your loft? Above/below/deck thickness and your height? Trying to figure out our headspace! Thanks!

    1. Thanks! We used 4×4 and 3/4″ pine tongue and groove. We can both sit on our mattress and not touch. Our kitchen is probably 6’8″ or 9″, which is way too much. Had we made it shorter, we would’ve had more room in our loft.

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