This week I wanted to show you Dan Louche’s latest tiny house plans. He calls this design Tiny Living.
It’s a 20′ long house that includes enough room for a bathroom, sleeping loft, kitchen and plenty of room for your belongings.
Tiny House Plans: Tiny Living by Dan Louche
The entry way on the house is on the rear end of the trailer and as you can tell it does not have a built in porch.
Since a patio or deck is something you can easily add later, I appreciate how Dan left the porch out to maximize the interior living space.
Photo Courtesy of Dan Louche
Ways to get your own Tiny House on a Trailer
If you’re here, you probably see a tiny house in your future. Either for you, or one of your loved ones. So how do you go about getting one?
Here are four ways you can start:
- Build it yourself
- Get professionals to do it for you
- Order one ready made
- Buy one used
I’ll show you exactly how to get started at the bottom of this post, after the pictures.
Photo Courtesy of Dan Louche
Below are some photos that Andrea and I got to take while attending the first open house for this model.
This is a shot of the interior and as you can see it’s not finished yet but I thought it would still be cool to give you an interior photo of what it looked like on that day.
Andrea and I wanted to climb into the loft because we hadn’t been in one before and we were surprised to be able to comfortably hang out up there.
One day we will be standing in front of our own. :)
This Tiny House’s Floor Plan
Floor Plan Illustration Courtesy of Dan Louche
How to get your own Tiny House
TWO QUESTIONS: #1 Are you just getting started? #2 Are you serious about beginning your project?
#1 If you’re just getting started I’d recommend for you to just download my free eBook which covers most of the available tiny house plans on the market, including access to six free sets of plans.
#2 If you’re serious about designing/building your own tiny home, then your best option is to order and study Dan’s plans and construction guide that he put together so you can have the confidence and guidance to do it yourself.
The package costs $249 and you have two designs to choose from (Tiny Living and Tiny Retirement). Update: There’s now a third option called Tinier Living. This package includes his step-by-step Tiny House Construction Guide which sells separately for $24 to $34. (Now available in softcover).
#3 If you’re even more serious about learning how to build you can also consider Dan’s tiny house construction videos where he shows you in HD video how to do everything from scratch step by step.
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