I’m excited to share one of Deek’s latest tiny house videos with you… It’s a 227 sq. ft. a modern industrial tiny home on wheels.
Derek “Deek” Diedricksen is the author of Humble Homes Simple Shacks, HGTV/DIY Network host/designer, and creator of RelaxShacks.com.
This micro house on wheels was designed and built by Yestermorrow Design School students in Waitsfield, Vermont.
It features a full kitchen, bathroom with a composting toilet, and lots of storage throughout.
Yestermorrow actually created a documentary you can watch right here based on the students who built this house from design to completion.
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Would You Live in This 227 Sq. Ft. Modern/Industrial Tiny House Built by Yestermorrow?
Watch the video below so you can go inside the 227 house w/ Deek:
Video Tour of 227 Sq. Ft. Tiny House Built by YesterMorrow Design/Build School
How would you like to live in a tiny home like this? Share your thoughts if you want to in the comments at the bottom.
Learn more about Yestermorrow Design/Build School here.
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I could definitely live there! Love the exterior. Love the interior. Very, very cool! Bathroom is sleek. Whole house is chic actually. It made me think of a lot of the Dwell houses, too! We’d just have to add a kiddie space. 😉
I like the house outside and in, but would not deal with a wet shower in the bathroom. I briefly had a truck camper (cabover) with a wet shower and I hated it.
Maybe you could place the bed against the back wall , forget the tub chair, & take a bit of room out of the bedroom to make the bathroom enough bigger to have a regular tiny house shower, or have a smaller oval sink to take up less room in the bathroom.
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