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Earth and Sky Palace Tiny House

This is the Earth and Sky Palace Tiny House on Wheels.

According to New Atlas, it was built by Dan Huling, who is a theatrical prop and stage designer at Handsome Little Devils.

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The Earth and Sky Palace Tiny House on Wheels!

Photo Credits: KBenfield Photography

Photo Credits: KBenfield Photography

According to Wonderful Engineering, this tiny home on wheels was recently on the market for $74,000. It has since then sold, but Dan is taking inquiries for new projects! You can email him at:[email protected]

Highlights

  • 200 sq. ft.
  • Denver, Colorado
  • $74,000
  • Queen size walk around bed
  • No ladder climbing required
  • Designed to be used as luxurious guest house
  • Spacious/modern bathroom
  • ‘5 star chef’ kitchen
  • Solid steel frame welded directly to trailer
  • Spray foam insulation
  • 24′ PJ Trailer with 2 7k lb axles
  • Reclaimed heart pine w/ linseed oil finish exterior

Sources

  1. New Atlas
  2. Handsome Little Devils
  3. Archived Listing
  4. Wonderful Engineering

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  • Annette July 19, 2017, 2:02 pm

    Stunning. I love the range/oven.

  • Holly July 19, 2017, 2:36 pm

    Very classy! I’d go with lighter colours in a small space but this is cosy.

  • Large Marge July 19, 2017, 3:41 pm

    We followed the link to HandsomeLittleDevils. Outrageous! YeeHaw!

    We like the open feel of upper walls without cabinets or shelves. Thumbs up.

    • Eric July 30, 2017, 7:35 am

      You’d love it even more when you realise you’ve got nowhere to store your precious items/clothes etc. NOT!

  • keepyourpower July 19, 2017, 4:44 pm

    It just looks DIRTY to me.

    • Eric July 30, 2017, 7:32 am

      That’s what I thought too…

      • Barney August 1, 2017, 12:42 pm

        Ditto… and almost nowhere to store anything as far as I can see. Over-designed and impractical in terms of my needs/wants/taste, but I’m sure it’s a gem to somebody.

  • Vivian July 19, 2017, 6:14 pm

    I’m a big fan of the modern eclectic industrial look. I know it may seem dark to some (which can easily be altered with a couple of gallons of paint) but I personally thought it looked elegantly charming. More importantly, the use of space was really thought out.

    • Sharene July 19, 2017, 6:35 pm

      Some say the use of space was “really thought out”, but I would need a place to sit and relax. The stools aren’t relaxing for me. Otherwise, dark which is no biggie and can be fixed. I love the bathroom too. Just need to toss in a sofa or soft chair with a back.

      • vivian July 20, 2017, 2:10 pm

        You’re right, Sharene. I also like to be comfortable. But, I think sometimes people don’t see the difference between design and function. Design is individual preferences. It’s what can be changed to reflect individuality, and often can have little to no impact on a structure. Function, to me, is the structure. i.e. Many people want a bathroom close to a bedroom. But, because of weight requirements, it may either not be possible in a tiny house, or would require a major overhaul to the structure.

        IMHO, this place is highly functional, mostly because I don’t want a loft, which would entail a major redesign. However, wanting more comfortable furniture…that is up to the individual owner. There is nothing that says you can’t throw out the stools, or pad them, or discard them entirely. You could even buy a comfortable love seat, if that’s what you want.

  • Michael July 19, 2017, 7:06 pm

    Actually its a bedroom, kitchen and bathroom only. I don’t see any living area beside breakfast bar. Although I like clear, uncluttered desgns it appears a bit dark.

    • James D. July 20, 2017, 12:20 am

      Michael, according to the linked article, the designer and builder based it off his childhood memories of a mining town in Colorado…

      While the article also stated the bed can be converted into a sitting area…

  • Bob W July 19, 2017, 7:39 pm

    Definitely a winner. Add another 200 sq ft and you could have a nice “living” room as well as some kind of separation between the bedroom area and the rest of the house.

  • Rusty July 19, 2017, 9:51 pm

    Love it, no ladder. Beautiful bathroom and love the rustic look.

    • James D. July 20, 2017, 12:17 am

      Rusty, there is a ladder and it is on the underside of the loft… It’s like a attic ladder that you pull down with the access point for the loft being the rear side where there’s an opening just before the bathroom…

      There also appears to be a trap door on the floor in front of the kitchen sink… could be some hidden storage…

  • William July 20, 2017, 10:49 am

    That is nice. I could live there quite well. but then it is just me.
    The dark colors make it feel small but the rustic spirit makes up for that.
    I know a lady in China who is very small in stature but when ever I think of her she feels large before of her spirit. So I suppose a place like this would feel about the same to me. Small in size, large in spirit.

  • M July 25, 2017, 8:18 am

    Interesting use of woods. Not sure I would sleep well with those ram heads looking at me all night.

  • Cyndi ann July 26, 2017, 3:21 pm

    Really cozy Dan, really love the little heating stove and great bathroom. I think for me that a raised living area with a full pull out bed under would give space for company. The cost is too much for me if I was ready for Tiny House living though. Even so, the feeling I get is warm just looking at it.

  • Liz July 27, 2017, 1:55 pm

    Yes to infinity and back. Lovely!!

  • Arlene McCormick July 30, 2017, 2:34 am

    Interesting mis-mash of design, finishes, and materials. There is a lot going on in this one, but it does make some sense. It kind of reminds me of steam-punk, in a good way.

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