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This 13-foot tiny house was designed as an office for a health professional, and I can hardly think of a more lovely spot to have an office visit! There’s a comfortable bench for patients, a consultation desk with sleek chairs, and even a 3/4 bathroom with a shower.

A mini wood-burning stove provides warmth during the cooler weather, and a number of windows allow beautiful natural light indoors. Would you like to be a patient here?

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A Baluchon-Built 13 Ft. Mobile Office

Health Professional’s Office Tiny Home. 17

Images: Baluchon

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Looking for a unique tiny home design? The Pequeno plans by Uber Tiny Homes offer a fun layout that includes a standing platform next to the queen-sized bed and a loft office where you can work in peace.

There’s a compact but comfortable bathroom with a shower stall, and the galley kitchen makes room for an oven. Invite friends over to eat at your U-shaped dinette! You can buy the plans for $100 over here.

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19 x 8 Tiny Home Plans w/ U-Shaped Dining

Pequeno 2

Images by Uber Tiny Homes

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The Milanda tiny house from Baluchon is their latest beautiful build designed for owner, Philippe. Since remote work has become a normal part of his life, he asked for a dedicated office space. They tucked a desk under the staircase and separated it from the rest of the home with a wooden partition.

His bedroom is a loft with two huge windows to let in light. There’s a gorgeous yellow couch downstairs that can become a guest bed, and his kitchen includes a 4-burner stove/oven. Finally, a tiny bathroom with a composting toilet and shower stall takes up the end of the THOW.

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His Full-Time Tiny House Designed for Work From Home

Milanda Tiny House with Home Office 16

Images: Baluchon

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Quin lives in his converted ProMaster so that he can get closer to his photography opportunities, but he’s actually on his 7th van conversion now! This box truck conversion was his latest conversion, made for a friend with some pretty lofty ideas. He wanted to levitate through the roof — and with some creative electronics — Quin made that dream come true.

The box truck was designed as a mobile office that transforms into a hotel room at night. As such, there’s a hidden potty, a compact kitchen that tucks away, and modular couches that can be moved onto the pull-out porch. It’s truly an engineering marvel. Enjoy the tour below!

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He Built This Japanese-Inspired Office Box Truck for a Friend

This Desk Lifts Through the Roof! Box Truck Conversion 2

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Rory wanted to go tiny but wasn’t excited about most of the vehicles he could find on the market, so he decided to buy a flatbed truck and build his own camper pod on the back! The result? An absolutely meticulously-designed tiny house that meets his every need.

There’s a super cool desk nook where he can set up all his work gear, a separate dining area, a huge garage, a functional kitchen, and even a mini bathroom. He has an extra-long queen-sized bed with a flip-up hatch that he can open up to admire the stars. What do you think?

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Every Inch of This Space is So Cleverly Crafted!

His DIY Flatbed Camper w Desk Nook & Disco Ball 2

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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This is the Azure Sky, a 3D-printed, prefab, 120-sq.-ft. backyard studio by Azure Printed Homes.

It starts at $24,900 and features a super-modern design with curved floor-to-ceiling windows making it perfect for a home office or fitness space. What are your thoughts on 3D-printed structures like this? 

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120-sq.-ft. Backyard Studio by Azure Printed Homes

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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?

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The Perfect Remote-Work Tiny House Layout

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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?

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18-ft. Office on Wheels by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

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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!

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Mobile Doctor’s Office in a School Bus!

The Acu Bus Mobile Pediatric Acupuncture Office 2

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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