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The Rook Tiny House by Wind River Tiny Homes

This is the Rook Tiny House on Wheels.

It’s designed and built by Wind River Tiny Homes in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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The Rook Tiny House by Wind River Tiny Homes


Images © Dillan Forsey / Wind River Tiny Homes






























Images © Dillan Forsey / Wind River Tiny Homes


  • 22′ length
  • 187 sq. ft. on the ground floor
  • Industrial style
  • Floating staircase
  • Floating shelves
  • Brick accents inside
  • Washer/dryer combo in one of the lofts
  • Mini-split A/C
  • Fold-down desk/table
  • Marine dickinson fireplace
  • Dutch-style door
  • Composting toilet

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  • Joy September 15, 2016, 2:49 pm

    I love so many features of this home and have some questions. What is the cost? How do they have a washer/dryer combo in a loft? Is the toilet right next to the kitchen? How is the bathroom arranged (where is the shower and sink?)? Any idea of it can be built on a larger trailer? I am really interested in this one.

    • Lillie September 15, 2016, 6:32 pm

      This one is very interesting and attractive. I am so glad to see pictures that are not distorted, I just wish there were more. I have some of the same questions as Joy. I think I see the refrigerator on the right in the photo of the toilet and the mirror on the left could be the shower door. We need more pictures of that bathroom. A video of a walk through would be good too. I wonder how one gets to the loft with the washer/dryer. Could those rods sticking out of the post at the end of the bar counter be the access? For Joy wanting it on a larger trailer, it is usually easy to puff up a plan on a larger footprint.

  • Mike H September 15, 2016, 4:17 pm

    I usually like wood walls, but these gave the home a somber feel. Also, hate the stais–they might be archetecually appealing, just for me

  • Katie September 15, 2016, 4:17 pm

    Love the craftsmanship and details in this home! While it’s a little dark for my taste, I really appreciate the unique aesthetic. Great use of herringbone floors and brick walls (guessing faux?). I’ve never seen a washer/dryer unit in the upper loft so I’m curious how that works and if the owners will like that in the long run. Please keep sharing these unique homes! :)

  • Sgmaps September 15, 2016, 9:56 pm

    I am sure that the material used is quality, however I find it way too dark inside, and personally I am not a fan of all the floating shelves, but that is just my personal preference. It would be interesting to know the asking price.

  • Large Marge September 16, 2016, 12:52 pm

    Wow! How fun! Engaging…

    These photographs. We appreciate the memories, the reminders of an ancient revered library or laboratory. Very moody and very appealing. Film noir, movies from the 1930s.

    The dark woodwork and shadows offset by limited-area lighting. POW! Out of the park!

    The lines, the cubic openness, the balance of dark and light and dark. The eye is invited to explore. Intrigue…

    • Large Marge September 16, 2016, 1:03 pm

      We could go on and on. Let’s just say this residence is a work of art. Genuinely worthy of our highest thumbs up.

      Dillan Forsey and Wind River. Thank you.

  • Carol Perry September 16, 2016, 10:56 pm

    Really nice layout of this tiny home. I love their faux brickwork, it almost looks real!! It’s pretty unique that they have their combination wash/dryer upstairs in the loft area. It’s a great idea, this way you don’t give up valuable space in your area downstairs. It looks like their tiny home offers a lot of storage, which of course comes in handy in these small homes. Thanks for sharing!! Carol🌹🌻🌷

  • Gail Butler September 28, 2016, 5:53 am

    I love many things in this house but it seem very dark. I don’t think I could live in darkness. I do like the shelving and swing out stools. But its just too dark.

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