This is a 34 ft. tiny house on wheels complete with home office.
It is built and designed by Mint Tiny Homes out of Vancouver, Canada.
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34 ft. Tiny House on Wheels with a Home Office!
Photos © Mint Tiny Homes
Photos © Mint Tiny Homes
- 34 ft. in length
- Prices range from $50,500 to $69,000 CAD
Learn more: http://www.minttinyhomes.com/
Mint tiny homes are built to the same specifications as those of a traditional home on a concrete foundation. With the use of 2×4 construction, or a metal frame, Mint is able to create the cozy feeling of home, while harnessing the benefits of a mobile foundation. Each home is fully equipped with a spacious kitchen and high-end appliances so that while owners are living small, their appetites don’t have to. With options to be complete off-grid, a Mint tiny home could be your answer to off-grid living, or simply owning a home that you can put on that piece of land you’ve been dreaming of out in the country.1
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Nothing says ‘don’t stay for a visit’ like an uncomfortable love seat … When they stage these photo do they every pause to ask themselves ‘does this look like warm, welcoming home’???
Sure, but it depends on the budget… Staging a house can cost thousands and a lot of times these photos are taken within a short period of time between finishing the build and delivering it to the customer. So the photos are often taken in a rush…
Generally, they’re just avoiding having it look completely empty and overly spartan.
While it’s ultimately the owner who makes it feel like a home once they move in and properly furnish and decorate it… Especially, when some aspects of the interior are left for the owner to complete.
Mind, these are often custom built and the owner may wish to have some small part they do themselves to help them feel they had a more direct part in making it a home, as well as often trying to save a little on the budget by doing things that would be cheaper to do themselves.
So these showcased houses can be missing things like final paint job, appliances like the stove can be missing, stair railing can be left out because the owner still needs the room to install the bed, owner may want to use furniture to provide things like closet space, washer/dryer could be missing and we only see the plumbed ports for them, etc.
Thus it can often take a bit of an imagination to see what the house can really look like after the owner has moved into it…
Point taken, but some of us are more interested in the space and layout than the furnishings, since everyone has his own tastes. I like this design and layout.
I really like the textures/colors. The interior is elegant in my opinion…
I hope their LG washer lasts longer than mine did. Nice house, but really cold looking. Different strokes, I guess.
I thought the kitchen made it look rather warm. know what you mean about washers though. these small/tiny homes allow everyone to express themselves and make it what they need. I’d be using lofts for storage with almost no kitchen. this is again a truly lovely home
Nice Butcher Block!!! where did you get it? what kind of wood is it?
Absolutely beautiful in every way and the prince point is great. How long is construction?
This is something I’d like . But where the ladder is I’ll like stairs at my age.
What is the white material on the walls and the ceiling?
Painted Pine, Tongue & Groove boards…