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This is the 24-ft. Timberwolf Tiny House by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.

It was built for a young lady and it’s truly a beautiful, one-of-a-kind build loaded with features like solar panels, a lift bed, and the kitchen features the most beautiful live edge countertop that’s built with walnut, maple, and oak. See for yourself!

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24-ft. Timberwolf Tiny House w/ Lift Bed, Live Edge Countertop, Staircase to Loft, Solar, And Many Other Features…😍

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This is the Red Mountain 34′ Tiny House by Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes. I love it because of the whimsical, rustic look and feel. I find it to be one of my favorite styles because it looks and feels like a true cabin to me. And the more historic and reclaimed materials used, the better.

Anyway, do you like it? How about the rounded front door? It was custom-built for a family, and similar build would cost approximately $105,000. It seems to have a fold-down deck, too. And it all sits on a sturdy triple-axle trailer. Personally, I wouldn’t really move it around very often unless I needed to.

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Red Mountain 34′ Tiny House by Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes

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This is the Simply Tara tiny house built for a client by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses out of Durango, Colorado.

They were even able to get the clients tiny home approved legally as a detached accessory dwelling unit on their property.

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It’s an 8×26 Tiny House on Wheels Built With Structurally Insulated Panels

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One benefit of being the lead carpenter at a tiny house company is learning all the tricks of the trade to then use to build you very own — affordable — tiny house on wheels!

Jacob worked for a few years at Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses in Colorado, and he used those skills to build himself not one, but TWO tiny homes. He sold his first one and used the money to help him create a second one, with a little more space and nicer amenities.

All in all, he spent $16,000 on his THOW, and he has it parked for about $500/month at a tiny community in Durango. You’ll love the video tour with Tiny Home Tours below.

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Jacob’s $16K DIY Tiny Home

Former Lead THOW Carpenter Builds His Own $16K Tiny House 3

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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In her 20s, Carly decided she wanted to start her own business as an esthetician, but needed an affordable living situation to make that happen. So she decided to go tiny. She worked with a local professional builder to create the shell, and then she finished the interior with the help of family and friends.

You walk into the “heart” of her home in the kitchen, where she has butcher block counter tops and a huge sink she can even wash her dog in. To one side is her bathroom, complete with a flushing toilet, and to the other side is her cozy living room with a great couch that converts to a guest bed.

She has a loft bedroom with tons of clothing storage, and hanging plants to finish it all off. Take the video tour below!

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Carly & Her Dog in Their THOW

Entrepreneur’s Tiny House Built from Shell 3

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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If you’re looking for plans for a compact tiny house that would be fairly easy to tow, this “Cabin” model from Tiny Easy is a great choice. It’s a very modern design that packs in everything you *need* in a home, while getting rid of all the extras.

It has a simple cube design, which would probably make the DIY process a bit easier (fewer angles to cut just right). As expected, this 16-foot layout includes a loft bedroom, but it also how a twin-sized couch area that could easily double as a downstairs bed if you needed it.

You can purchase the plans for this home design online here.

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Sleek, Modern Compact THOW Design For Sale

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Images via Tiny Easy

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