This 160 sq. ft. tiny house on wheels is built on a 20′ trailer designed and built by Tiny Living Homes.
The trailer has a GVW of 12,000 lbs and a widened frame to better hold the weight of the home.
This is one of Tiny Living Homes latest models. They are based in Delta, British Columbia, Canada.
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160 Sq. Ft. Tiny House on Wheels
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The whole thing is beautiful but I’m just not down with the ladder. I’d take that closet, turn it into a “storage staircase” and THEN it would be perfect. Otherwise, great job.
I’m with you, Lisa. Give me some storage stairs, and this would be just about perfect.
Really nice tiny house! Love the light wood everywhere and the kitchen is cool. I used a ladder in my first tiny house to get to the loft sleeping space, and I can tell you, there is nothing like sleeping in a loft. It is like sleeping in a hug! I thought it was well worth the climb, and since all I did in the loft was sleep, I did not have to try to juggle other activities up there and was quite comfortable. If I could have a loft in my tiny bus right now, I would!
Nice clean lines and design. I’d turn that closet, into a “storage staircase” and/or move the bathroom to the other end of the TH. Opps, changing things again. LOL. This one has a very appealing feel about it. Thanks for sharing. Cheers from Australia
Love how light and airy it is.
Love it except it has no clothes closet.
Really like this one……..although I am not to crazy about 2×4 in the roof
I like this unit but think the loft should be on 2×6 joists and it needs stairs. I have a question, why not have a pop up in the loft? I’m 6 foot 3 inches and any lofts I’ve been in are to confining. We live in northern Ontario and that extra height is needed in the winter to provide individual space, muchly needed with two of us in a tiny house for six months of winter. The fit and finish look great thanks for sharing.
Don’t know what they were thinking when they planned the sink area. A person will be forever hitting their elbows into the wall while doing the dishes.
i had Tiny Living Homes build me my tiny house. It is the Blue one featured on their website. They did a wonderful job! We love it! I recommend getting s tiny home built!
Our tiny house will be about this size. It is nice to see what it’s potential could be. Got the potty area figured and working on a split loft. Couldn’t figure on how to get anything up to the loft with out a split in the ceiling. I like this clean look, and you were able to squeeze in a shower AND a laundry area…..hmmmm I’m thinking on that one. Thank you again for everything.
Love this one. Especially impressed with the light woods and white cabinetry used to improve light through the huge window/door. High ceiling is another plus. Really nice.
Love the look of this home. While french doors are beautiful, light, airy and all, they take up too much real estate in a thow. When you only have a few square feet to live in and furnish at that end of the home where do you place furniture when the door is the whole end of the room?
I believe that’s why most designers use a single, even smaller than average door that are proportional to the design. These are centered to allow two sided, though cozy, placement of furniture or off to one side to allow placement of small love seat next to “porch” entry across the end of the home.
Keep up the good work!
Im intrest ed in pricing and availability thank you dean
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