Amazon sells tiny homes on their online marketplace, in case you were wondering. Amazon photo.
After selling out of tiny homes in a viral flurry a few weeks ago, Amazon has finally restocked. With a warning that the product is not available on Amazon Prime, nor can it be shipped just anywhere, you’re gonna have to really want this one. However, play the waiting game, and for a mere $7250, the 172 square foot building can be yours. The Allwood Solvalla Studio Cabin Kit comes complete with an indoor bedroom and an outside deck area. The brand also offers other options like this.
RELATED: Pitch Your Ultimate Road Trip and TGR Will Pay For ItFor a mere $7590, this seems like a pretty good deal, huh? Amazon photo.
So, if you think you’re paying too much in rent these days, this might a great option. It’s cheap, it can be assembled in about a day (according to the description), and it comes with everything you need sans furniture, the plot of land to park it on, and your new Instagram personality to go along with it.
TRUCKEE, Calif. — Local, state and federal authorities tightened the noose Wednesday and brought an end to what many crime watchers have dubbed the most daring hot tub poaching spree in modern history. Notorious dirtbag and Peter Pan Syndrome survivor Yale Brown, 31, was apprehended in Truckee, California, this week after his desire to soak in yet another unpaid-for hot tub caught up with him, leading to ruin, regret — and unwashed cuticles. Sources familiar with the suspect told TGR that
Climbing received an Oscar this year, so it must be hip. Louis Vuitton Photo. While the majority of us were marveling Alex Honnold's ropeless ascent in , Louis Vuitton's lead designer was having a creative breakthrough. I can picture their initial reaction, "that tiny yellow bag on his back is GENIUS!" Jokes aside, the outdoors are definitely in for 2019. Flannels, puffy vests, cut off jeans—I bet I just described the last person you saw at Whole Foods. So, it makes sense that Louis
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