I’m excited to show you my friend Joe’s latest tiny house build.
The house has already been delivered to a customer near the Arkansas/Louisiana border.
I think you’ll enjoy the interior because for some reason most people don’t end up installing murphy beds in tiny houses. And I just don’t get that.
But Joe finally did just that and I’d love to read your thoughts about it in the comments. I think it’s a great way to avoid the need for a sleeping loft and you can instead use the available loft space for storage.
You’ve got to love the built in porch, too. I’m sure it disassembles relatively easy for when you need to tow the house. But for me something like this is a must.
Photo Credit Tennessee Tiny Homes
I encourage you to take the rest of the tour below:
Tennessee Tiny House Ready for Delivery
Interior View of the Kitchen and Living Area
Notice the optional loft you can use if you wanted to either for storage, sleeping or for guests.
Full Bathroom with Shower & RV Flush Toilet
Downstairs Murphy Bed in a Tiny House on Wheels
Finally! I’ve always wanted to see this in a tiny home on a trailer. Have you seen something like this before? If so, I’d love it if you shared any links/pictures with me because little houses on wheels with murphy beds seem to be rare. I wonder why..
Air Conditioning your Tiny House
Did you notice the ductless in-wall AC unit above the bed? I like that so much better than the window units although they’re much more expensive. But it’s so much sleeker inside and out. What would you do? Window unit or in-wall unit? Or do you live in an area where you just need a heater instead? In that case would you go with something like a Mr. Heater (cheaper) or a Dickinson marine heater (pricey)?
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