When it comes to living and building tiny, you can get as creative as you can imagine. And that’s one of the things I love about it so much.
This tiny living project is unique because the trailer they’re using for the house used to be a carnival attraction. Here’s what it looked like when they first got it:
Fair Attraction to Tiny Home
Image: Wet Coast Tiny Home
I encourage you to enjoy the rest of this post below:
Creativity Matters when it comes to Tiny Living
Another thing that makes this house different is that it’s 32 feet long so it’s a bit longer than most tiny homes out there. It has three axles instead of just one or two and there’s a potential of at least 272 square feet or more of space if there are usable lofts once it’s finished.
I’ve always loved the idea of couples and tiny houses because of the opportunities tiny living offers people in life. So I just think it’s nice to see a tiny house being built with more than enough room for two simple peeps.
I thought you might enjoy this project too since they’re doing all the work themselves, getting it done for cheap and they’re using reclaimed materials (like the trailer).
Stripping the Trailer
How to Make the Work go by Fast while Having Fun
How do you make the work go by fast while enjoying it?
- Laugh a little,
- invite good people over
- and have fun and take your time while you work!
Floor Framing on a Trailer
Framing the Walls
Every Project Needs a Supervisor
Framing the Roof
Images: Denham & Eileen
You can find out more about Denham and Eileen’s tiny house construction project over at their blog.
If you want to know how all of this trailer construction stuff works I highly recommend Dan Louche’s step by step construction guide on tiny houses.
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