Wandering Roots builds beautiful tiny homes in Georgia, and “The Ridge” is their latest tiny house on wheels. At 20 feet, it features a beautiful robin’s-egg-blue kitchen with a little two-burner cooktop and space for a fridge and a stacking washer/dryer.
There are two lofts (both ladder-accessible) and a lovely bathroom with a tile shower stall and flush toilet. The home is for sale for $65,400.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen a gooseneck tiny house around here, and I love them just as much as usual. This 32′ model comes from Tiny House Building Company. The Waterford features grey board and batten on the outside and beautiful shiplap walls indoors.
What makes this model unique is that the gooseneck bedroom connects to a higher-still loft, making it a two-bedroom tiny house. There’s also a living room with an electric fireplace, a decked-out kitchen, and a compact bathroom area. What do you think?
Mike started to realize he used very little of his larger Portland home and was ready to downsize. His new park model tiny home in Durango has two loft bedrooms and a ground floor bedroom with high ceilings. The bathroom is also incredibly spacious, with a shower you could dance in!
The living room and kitchen flow together, complete with a walk-in pantry, full-sized appliances, and oodles of his artwork on the walls. The plants are the best part! He has a little jungle going on that brings the outside in. What do you think?
When I think of awesome gooseneck tiny homes, I think of MitchCraft — they have really perfected maximizing space and beauty in the layout. Summer’s gooseneck seems to have everything: A grand kitchen that looks perfect to cook in, a washer/dryer combo in a wall of storage, and a bedroom/living room combo over the gooseneck.
Summer chose the most soothing colors! Sage green, natural light wood tones, and a bit of rustic barn wood here and there for contrast. There’s even a full bathroom with a tub for relaxing after a long day. What’s your favorite part of this design?
This is a breathtaking tiny home built by MitchCraft! With a 10-foot width, it allows for some extra elbow room inside and MitchCraft made great use of every inch of this spot.
There are two lofts, both with storage staircases, and two entrances, one with a handy mudroom space. The size of the kitchen makes me envious — look at all the counter space! And besides that, there’s a large soaking tub in the bathroom. You’ll love the photo tour of the space below!
Talk about your own little piece of paradise: This tiny home, named the Oasis, is built by Paradise Tiny Homes in Hawaii (but they will ship to the states if you pay shipping).
The home includes a magical sky-lit shower, a “mango bar” connecting the kitchen with outdoor dining, and one of the biggest round picture windows I’ve ever seen! But the best part, for me, is the stunning blue tile in the kitchen and bathroom.
You can enjoy the photo tour and video tour below, and contact the company to order your very own Oasis here. It costs $112,000. Enjoy!
This is a 36ft tiny home on wheels with two slide outs. It’s built by Mint Tiny House Company out of Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
It’s a beautiful board and batten tiny home with a downstairs bedroom, great closet space, a full-size living room, and more. Take the tour below and let us know what you think about it in the comments. Wouldn’t it be great getting to live in a tiny home like this? Also, what are your thoughts on using slide-outs to expand living space in tiny homes?
The exterior has board and batten siding with a dark coat of paint. When you step inside, it’s totally opposite with bright white walls and a wonderful interior. This model can sleep up to six people. Please take the full tour below and let us know what you think in the comments. Thanks!
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