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The Whirly Tiny House

This is the Whirly Tiny House on Wheels built by Tiny House Crafters in Vermont.

The 8×18′ Whirly House was built by Tiny House Crafters for kindie rocker KB Whirly to take on tour as he delights children and parents alike at campgrounds and music festivals around the country.1

Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Photos via Tiny House Crafters

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

Whirly Tiny House

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Highlights

  • Drop-down stage with sliding glass door access.
  • Convertible bed on wheels that functions as a couch when tucked away and a bed when pulled out.
  • Corrugated metal wet bath with Nature’s Head Composting toilet and removable decking to prevent wet feet after showering.
  • Optional fresh and gray water storage system that can be used when the house is off-grid.
  • Two custom closets with adjustable shelves and custom drawers.
  • Fully functional kitchen with butcher block counter tops, space saving sink, 2-burner propane cook top, and propane/electric mini fridge.
  • Painted and playfully stained plywood and battens wall cladding with cork ceilings.
  • Engineered acacia hardwood flooring.
  • Red corrugated metal shed roof with 2’x2′ venting skylight.
  • Quirky mix of metal corrugated siding, cedar tongue and groove boards, and cedar shingles.

Quotes

The 8×18′ Whirly House was built by Tiny House Crafters for kindie rocker, KB Whirly, to take on tour as he delights children and parents alike at campgrounds and music festivals around the country.

Together, we created this one-of-a-kind, part-time dwelling complete with a drop-down stage for performing arts, clever storage solutions, gray and fresh water storage – all the while staying true to KB’s eclectic and unique style.1

We will be at the Tiny House Fest Vermont in Brattleboro, Vermont, and the 3rd Annual BIG Tiny House Festival in Stoughton, Massachusetts, this year!3

Resources

  1. http://www.tinyhousecrafters.com/whirly-house/
  2. https://www.kbwhirly.com/
  3. Kate @ Tiny House Crafters

Our big thanks to Kate for sharing!

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!
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  • nery martinez August 21, 2017, 3:31 pm

    how do we find the schedule for future tiny house jamborees in 2017-2018

  • Michael August 21, 2017, 7:02 pm

    I have been always a fan of drop down outdoor living areas because it avoids steps going in and out and the lack of a cramped sleeping loft which leed to a moderate overall height and better proportions.
    However the floor plan isn’t my thing.
    Don’t like wet bath and multi functional bed/couch.
    Relocating the bath to the end where the entrance is would allow a decent size of bathroom with shower stall, sink and loo and benefits an u-shaped kitchen. I would raise the floor above wheel wells for storage and put a lift up to ceiling bed with living and dining area under.
    And voila a 8 by 18 ft THOW for travelling would be created.

  • Anne Dougherty August 22, 2017, 11:11 pm

    My number one huge no-no is having bathroom open right into kitchen!
    I do like the under-floor bed. And deck.
    But layout would have to change to move bathroom to opposite end of house.
    Sorry.

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