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LG Washer Dryer Combo for Tiny House - Ventless

If you are thinking about moving into a tiny house or any other type of small space like a studio you might want to consider a washer dryer combo unit. There are plenty of choices to pick from and different features that you’ll want to know about, so I’ll go over all of that with you here and you’ll have a pretty good understanding about what’s available after you’re done reading this post.

Washer Dryer Combo Units Save Precious Space in Tiny Houses

Load capacities range from 11 to 22 lbs. Some models do not even require a vent hook up for the dryer. And if you’re on a tight budget or just don’t have the space to spare I’ll also show you an interesting counter top alternative. Ready? Let’s go..


Tiny House with a Washer Dryer Combo Unit

Before we get started I wanted to show you an example of a tiny house for sale that I posted on which included a washer dryer combo unit with it. Here’s a shot of it installed in the Fencl’s little kitchen.

Tumbleweed Fencl Tiny House with Washer Dryer Combo
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Love Shack Adventures: Their Tiny House on a Trailer

I’m excited to introduce you to this tiny house who’s owners have named it the Love Shack. It’s a king-sized bed on a trailer and is disguised as a tiny house.

I received an email from Napalm Dragon and I know I don’t normally do this but I would like to share it with you.

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Hello there,

In August, my wife and I built our art project called “The Love Shack”

We left British Columbia on September 12, and have been on an
adventure ever since.

In a nut shell, we intended to build a Tear Drop Trailer, then joked
that it would be cool if it looked like a little shack.

2.5 weeks later, we had a Love Shack and hit the road.

Love Shack Adventures: Their Tiny House on a Trailer

Photos Courtesy of Napalm Dragon (LoveShackAdventures.com)

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Christopher and Meretes Tiny House

TINY: A Story About Living Small is a (short) documentary about one man’s attempt at building a tiny house from scratch in the mountains of Colorado, with no prior building experience.


The film also follow the lives of other families around America who have downsized their lives into less than 400 square feet, and asks the question, “What really makes a house feel like a home?”

According to Christopher and Merete, the filmmakers behind the project, the actual shooting of the film is almost complete. Right now they are raising money for post-production of the film (things like recording the original score, editing, and sending the film to a finishing house) on Kickstarter.com.

Tour of Their Tiny House

Christopher and Meretes Tiny House

Photos Courtesy of Merete Meuller

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Fencl Tiny House for Sale from Tumbleweed Houses

Earlier this week Brett from Tumbleweed announced that they are selling a brand new Fencl tiny house.

This is a 130-square-foot model designed by Jay Shafer. Right now it’s located in upstate New York but delivery is available.

Brand New 130-square-foot Fencl Tiny House for Sale

Normally if you ordered a brand new house from Tumbleweed you would have to wait three to five months before you receive it.

Today this particular Fencl is available for immediate delivery for a price of $53,997 and includes the following features.

  • Standing seam roof
  • Insulated double pane windows with tempered glass
  • Removable/adjustable desk in the great room
  • Bathroom with shower and RV flush toilet

Fencl Tiny House for Sale from Tumbleweed Houses

Photos Courtesy of Tumbleweed Houses

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Andrea Acting Like She Owns Dans Tiny House

After going to Dan Louche’s open tiny house where we got to see his new Tiny Living model.

And after I also got to go to Epcot with Andrea and two of our friends. One of which is in the process of putting together a video of Dan’s house.

While I was there I ran into a plenty of neat looking structures so I captured a good amount of them with my iPhone camera to share with you.

Tiny Houses and Small Structures in Epcot During the Food & Wine Festival

So in this post you’ll see dozens of random and inspiring buildings and other forms of art in Epcot.

And if you ever visit Orlando, Florida you’ll know what to look forward to. There’s no footage of any of the rides in this post, mostly just outside architecture.

Have you been there already? Do you see anything familiar in these pictures? You can talk to me about it in the comments.

Real Quick, Here’s Dan’s House

Andrea Acting Like She Owns Dans Tiny House

I love Andrea’s pose in this picture, hahaha. That was North of Orlando in Deland, Florida.

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Little Blue Bump Micro Cabin by Deek of Relaxshacks

Derek “DEEK” Diedricksen of RelaxShacks.com just released a new video episode on his $200 micro vacation cabin.

This is one of the two structures that were built at his 2011 micro building workshop.

It’s a very simple dwelling that’s easy to build.

$200 Micro Vacation Cabin or Backyard Kids Fort

It’s 4′ by 8′ with plastic corrugated roofing with ideas from Deek’s book Humble Homes, Simple Shacks.

The windows and door knobs are made out of recycled trash, like an old stove top for a window.

And a 5-gallon water jug that doubles as a window and storage.

Little Blue Bump Micro Cabin by Deek of Relaxshacks

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Small Rustic Cabin in San Luis Valley South Colorado for Sale on 40 Acres

I was excited to have an email from Victor Summers from Simple Shelter Texas about one of his latest small rustic cabins.

He calls it an eco-retreat because it sits on 40 acres off the grid in the San Luis Valley in south-central Colorado.

So yes, there are amazing views of the Sangre de Cristro Mountains from the cabin.

Small Rustic Cabin on 40 Acres with Mountain Views for Sale

Victor asked me to let you know that the cabin, along with the property, is up for sale for $275,000.

But if you tell him you saw this post he’ll reduce the price to $225,000. So tell him Alex, from TinyHouseTalk.com sent you if you happen to be interested.

Small Rustic Cabin in San Luis Valley South Colorado for Sale on 40 Acres

Photos Courtesy of Victor Summers

The 650-square-foot cabin is miles away from the electrical grid and sits at about 8500′ elevation in the southern part of Colorado.

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