It’s not news that many people who previously worked in offices 9-5 are now enjoying (or hating) work-at-home positions. Jobs that previously tied people to a particular location now allow folks to live anywhere — even tiny! If you’re someone like this, you might love this tiny house.
No need to work at the kitchen table or your couch or your bed — there’s a dedicated office space in the front, complete with drawers to store paperwork and office supplies. In addition to the office, there’s a storage loft, bedroom loft, full kitchen, and full bathroom. What do you like about this model?
With all the working-from-home these days, it might be nice to have a separate office to keep work at “work.” This couple in Idaho wanted a custom tiny house to use as a guest house and an office with amazing views of the Tetons that they don’t get from their “big house.”
Based on the “Boulder” from Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses, this office on wheels has a small kitchenette against one wall, a wood-burning stove for a toasty ambiance, and a large desk/table looking out at the mountains. What do you think?
While our goal here, of course, is to focus on tiny *homes,* it’s really cool to see what else creative people can do with alternative spaces! Dr. Ari — a doctor of acupuncture — decided to make the niftiest pediatric acupuncture office ever out of a short bus. It allows her to bring her services to the kids who need them, and make them feel more comfortable.
Dr. Ari does camp in her short bus from time to time, so the waiting area couch actually folds out into a queen-sized bed. The interior is light and bright with pastel rainbow accents and a cute chain of happy llamas. I wish all doctors’ offices were this nice!
When Johnny thought he was getting a new Navy position that would have him deploying more frequently, he chose to rent out his home and purchase a 1981 CHB Ed Monk Trawler to use as his home base wherever he went (rather than paying rent in a number of cities).
The Navy ended up cancelling that job altogether, but Johnny kept the boat and now he teaches other Navy sailors to drive boats, continues to rent out his home, and lives full-time on his trawler. We actually showed you his buddy’s trawler some months ago, and the two of them enjoy hanging out in the water around San Diego.
Look at this backyard office space by Wind River Tiny Homes, a tiny house builder out of Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Have you ever considered using a tiny house kind of like this as a makeshift office space? Then, if things ever changed, you could easily convert it back into a tiny house for your own use or as a rental. Or, it can even be re-sold to somebody else. What do you think?
Nissan has created a concept vehicle that’s designed for those who want to work from anywhere.
Although it’s just a concept and there are no plans for production, the automaker is still addressing the digital nomad, remote workers, and other creators who want to be able to take their work anywhere. What do you think?
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