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Amazing Tiny Home on Wheels with a Dog Elevator!

Tiny home dwellers are endlessly creative. This tiny home on wheels even has a dog elevator to help the dog get to the loft!

From the outside, you’ll see deep orange clapboards surrounding the house with cream trim and a red metal roof. The roofline includes two dormers to allow extra space for two lofts: one as the master bedroom and the other for guests.

On the inside, there are white walls with wooden floors and ceilings. The kitchen includes a full-size refrigerator and an oven/stove. A ladder rolls out from behind a bookcase for access to the guest loft and steps with built-in storage lead you to the master loft. Cozy chairs and a small sofa fill the living space with a place to relax near the wood burning stove. You’ll even find a desk space and fold out dining table. For storage, there’s a basement space that can be accessed from outside that takes advantage of the space under the kitchen counter that otherwise would have gone to waste.

“What makes a life rich and fulfilling has nothing to do with space,” says the homeowner. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

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Amazing Tiny Home on Wheels with a Dog Elevator!

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Video: Tiny Cottage on Wheels with a Dog Elevator!

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  • M April 12, 2016, 12:31 pm

    Would love to find plans for that table.

  • Marta Santiago April 12, 2016, 3:45 pm

    Would like to see the plans for this tiny house. Would also like to see the bathroom space. Looks good.

    • Norinda April 13, 2016, 10:32 am

      I too would have liked to see how the bathroom was set up

      • Lisa E. April 13, 2016, 4:26 pm

        Yes, I hope they feature this house again in the future only in much greater detail (tenants allowing, of course.)

  • kristina nadreau April 12, 2016, 3:47 pm

    well done. I would like to know more about the construction details of the elevator, if there is a place where the info is accessible.

    • Lisa E. April 13, 2016, 4:21 pm

      I’d like to see a people elevator (platform) for those who have trouble with knees and stairs. Remove the stairs for the space and replace it with a flat rectangle that would be stored overhead when not in use, but lowered when it’s time to retire. Why not? And for the safety conscious, have an upstairs skylight as a second exit in case of emergency.

      • Theo April 13, 2016, 6:39 pm

        Me, I’d just kill the loft and stairs, period. However, there are people powered elevators out there, one place I worked in early years had one. I haven’t researched them, I’d rather just not have a loft, but I’m sure there is info out there. Actually, shouldn’t be a biggie to just make one. If I did that, I’d just leave it down, not bother to raise it during the day.

        • Lisa E. April 13, 2016, 9:46 pm

          Well, Theo, if someone didn’t want the loft to sleep in, they’d probably want it for storage. The reason I suggested raising it during the day would be to get it out of the way; off the floor; away from the foot traffic pattern. I should think a commercial elevator, such as Elevette are big and truly designed for foundation homes. But if you look at this doggie elevator in the video clip, something just a little larger could be built from scratch and still do the job.

  • Theo April 12, 2016, 5:12 pm

    Can’t see all the big deal about the storage areas. It only makes sense to make storage areas, so can’t see why people seem so surprised about it. And a dog in the loft? Sleeping in the bed? No, that won’t be happening with me.

  • Maria April 13, 2016, 7:47 am

    The video didn’t show much. Would have love to have seen better views of the space. The whole kitchen,bathroom, living area.

  • Kathy April 13, 2016, 3:10 pm

    Love this tiny home. Am glad that your furry friend gets to sleep with you…

  • Lisa E. April 13, 2016, 4:23 pm

    I like this build for the excellent utilization of cubby spaces everywhere.
    I’d like to have a catalog list of each and everyone with pics to build into my THOW. Great job, ladies. This is a very interesting THOW, indeed.

  • Tichy Robbins April 13, 2016, 6:36 pm

    Would love to see more of this design layout.

  • Louise Shane April 16, 2016, 9:11 am

    Who builds this tiny home and what is the cost of building this exact model? Thanks so much, Louise

  • Sheila Hurley April 16, 2016, 7:39 pm

    Like others who have commented, I’d love to know the builder, and whether plans are available. Love the house, lots of storage, stairs to the loft, a light and airy feel and offers semblance of privacy in an open space.

  • Jeanne LaFrantz April 20, 2016, 10:04 am

    please let me know if plans are or become available for this particular build

  • michael August 7, 2016, 4:55 pm

    I really like the look and feel of this tiny house. The fire place, the lofts, stairs, all of it. As others have said, I’d like to see more.
    I have decided a long time ago I’d build an elevator platform in mine instead of stairs; but I’d keep a ladder tucked away for a backup. Since I’m an engineer and an alternative energy specialist I’d add a lot of tech goodies, like solar power, batteries.

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