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This is the Big Outdoors tiny house on wheels by Tiny Heirloom who you may recognize from their HGTV show called Tiny Luxury. It’s the perfect outdoor/backyard tiny house!

It features a full kitchen, bathroom, living area with table that folds into the wall, a loft bedroom, and an additional loft with a daybed. So you can live in it full-time, have it as a backyard retreat, or even use it as an Airbnb rental business! What do you think?

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Double Loft Luxury Big Outdoors Tiny House by Tiny Heirloom

Double Loft Luxury Big Outdoors Tiny House by Tiny Heirloom 001

Photos via Tiny Heirloom

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Tiny houses on wheels are great for many reasons, one being their portability. But if you aren’t interested in living on wheels, how about the M.A.DI., an Italian-built tiny house that actually unfolds?

This prototype can be assembled in 6-7 hours with just three workers and comes in a number of sizes and configurations (with tons of customization options) from around 290 to 760 sq. ft. You can also add M.A.DI. structures to one another to create a deeper or wider space.

Related: Mark Hooker’s Amazing Folding A-frame Design

M.A.DI: The Italian Tiny House That Unfolds!

Images via M.A.DI. Home

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This is a mobile furniture concept by Atelier OPA that functions as a mobile kitchen, foldaway guest bedroom, and a foldaway office.

When you’re not using them, they simply fold up into boxes on wheels. When you fold them out, they add an incredible degree of function to your space.

It’s called the Kenchikukagu by Atelier OPA architects. Wouldn’t these be great for tiny and small homes? I thought so! Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Mobile Furniture Box Unfolds to Kitchen, Bedroom or Office

Mobile Furniture Box Unfolds to Kitchen, Bedroom or Office

Images © Atelier OPA

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This 240 sq. ft. mountain hideout is a tiny house design guest post by Robert Olson

Building a secluded off grid cabin is a dream I share with many others. One of these days its gonna happen. Until that time comes, I enjoy sharing ideas.

Below is a 12 x 20 rough draft plan I put together. I call this plan the Mountain Hideout due to its intended remote location.

240 Sq. Ft. Mountain Hideout with 96 Sq. Ft. Loft

Mountain Hideout by Robert Olson

 

Image © Robert Olson

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At first glance, it’s like every other tiny home that you see on a trailer. Then you realize it’s designed to fold out and expand into a full 420 square feet by the owner, designer and builder Nick.

Cai House ™ is a start-up company in Fletcher, Vermont. The home is two stories, wood frame, and yes it’s on wheels. On his blog, he describes it as, “a super-insulated RV disguised as a cabin or cottage.”

I think the builder would be interesting to talk to. 1. What would you ask him? 2. Would you buy or build this house? Let’s talk about it in the comments. He spent about $50,000 building it. If you want to learn more about Nick Hurt (designer/builder) you can jump over to his blog where he gives you more details about the house. His son created a great video of how the house works. Like how it folds out and expands into a 420 square foot cabin! You can watch the video at the bottom of this post.

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Tiny Mobile House Expands To 420 Square Feet

Cai House - Tiny And Mobile But Expands to 420 Square Feet!

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Ryan lived in a 2,200 square foot home with some 20 years of piled-up possessions, when he decided that was silly and sold almost all he had to live in his renovated bus, now named Beverly.

He’s a carpenter and lives in a stationary spot in Northern California, in his breathtaking bus with the most amazing shower you’ve ever seen! It’s about the size of a standard shower stall, but it has a skylight, plexiglass window with outdoor views, and a rainfall shower head. Wow!

Ryan also prioritized a functional kitchen since he enjoys cooking, and between his propane cooktop and air fryer, he can cook or bake just about anything (for one). You can follow him on Instagram here, but be sure to watch Tiny Home Tours video tour of his rig at the end of the post.

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Woodworker’s Skoolie in Northern California

From 2200 Sq Ft to 30 Sq Ft Bus Home!

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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