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Would you live in this 227 Sq. Ft. Modern Industrial Tiny House?

I’m excited to share one of Deek’s latest tiny house videos with you… It’s a 227 sq. ft. modern industrial tiny home on wheels.

Derek “Deek” Diedricksen is 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 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.


Image: Yestermorrow

Watch the video below so you can go inside the 227 house w/ Deek:

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.

Plus an upcoming hands on tiny house workshop with Deek, Steven Harrell and Joe Everson near Memphis, TN this April 11-13, 2014.

Learn more and sign up here for Deek’s hands on (learn to build!) workshop near Memphis, TN this April 11-13, 2014.

Learn more about Yestermorrow Design/Build School here.

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  • AL-APL March 12, 2014, 1:59 am

    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. 😉

  • Martha October 16, 2014, 5:16 pm

    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.

    • sgmaps October 16, 2014, 6:17 pm

      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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