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175 Sq. Ft. Tiny House on Wheels by Tiny Idahomes


This 26′ tiny house on wheels features a side entrance and is the latest tiny home designed and custom built for a client by Tiny Idahomes for $39,400.

Inside there’s about 175 sq. ft. of space. You’ll notice right away that there is a loft with dormers. And when you go inside I think you’ll like the staircase to the loft with built-in storage.

The kitchen even features a washer/dryer and a full sized refrigerator which is great if you plan on living tiny full time, right? Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!

Tiny House on Wheels by Tiny Idahomes

Tiny Idahomes THOW with Dormers

Images © TinyIdahomes

Interior with Staircase Storage Staircase Storage Washer Dryer Kitchen Shower/Bath Tiny Idahomes 007 Interior

Images © TinyIdahomes

The trailer is 8’3″ wide by 26′ long but if you include the tongue it’s about 30′ long.

Learn more: http://www.tinyidahomes.com/

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  • Avatar Lynnette

    A BATHTUB AND STAIRS AND A W/D???? sign me up! I love this style floor plan as well.

    • Avatar Dominick Bundy

      Me too! And the side door entrance is a big plus as well..

  • Avatar Bonnie Odiorne

    I love this too. Stairs may not be in our future, but it’s way better than a ladder. W/D?

  • Avatar Barbara Marks

    I’d love to be on your mailing list. I love tiny homes and one day hope to own one. Thanks for making this available.

  • Avatar c hemmings

    where is the stove?

    • It is hard to seein the photos but there is a blank space across from the fridge (to the right of the sink, look for the vent-a-hood on the wall (the stove is not installed yet). It appears that an apartment size range will fit there (21″-24″ wide).

  • This unit just goes to show you what you can do with just a little more length in a tiny house. I know 26′ is long, but whoever lives in this one will appreciate the staircase that this length allows.

    I’m assuming that’s a doggie door under the lowest section of stairs. That is a great idea… if the dog can jump through the hole, but I’m sure there will be a little set of portable steps for any pets to use once parked. I probably wouldn’t have put a door on that section – I have a doggie room in my big house (7’square) and it really stinks after having a dog cooped up in it over night, so I can only imagine this space after a few hours. This is an ingenious idea.

    About the only think I don’t like is the fact that the stove will be directly against the wood paneling. I know it costs a little bit more, but as a home designer, we always try to get a minimum of 12″-15″ between the stove and any adjacent wall. At least, I would add a metal panel on the rear and side of the range to protect the wall there.

    Good job! Nice stairs! Great closet storage. Huge bonus, full size fridge and washer!

    • Avatar Sondra

      How do you figure it’s a doggie door ? I only see it as storage and when I went to the website I didn’t see anything pointing to a doggie door. Thanks for the info =)

      • The last picture has what appears to be a doggie door and you can see the lowest bit of stairs through it. I’m not sure that it is a doggie door but it certainly looks like one.

  • Avatar Marcy

    Very nice flow. It feels open and roomy.

  • Avatar Larry Schoenemann

    Sharp, well thought out.

  • Avatar Sondra

    Oh yeah JanneZack I totally skipped over that picture. thought it was a window ha good catch and yeah it’s a doggie door that’s brilliant !

  • We too have a side entry. We went with a Murphy bed instead of a loft. It opens up the floor and during the day to offer more room. We use the back side of the Murphy bed as a desk as well as a place to dine. Love tiny living!

  • Avatar Dick

    This is probably a dumb question, but…it looks as if the space occupied by the combo washer/dryer is tall enough for a stackable w/d. I’ve seen that in several different TH builds. So, would a stackable w/d work in that space, or would something else need to be done there to make it work, or would weight be an issue?

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