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Architect Builds Beautiful Tiny Home on Wheels

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Do you remember Cameron, the architect behind the awesome shipping-container-home-over-a-stream? Well, he’s back at it with a more traditional tiny house build — a custom tiny house on wheels!

This tiny house features a traditional loft bedroom with a lot of headroom thanks to the unique roof pitch. There’s also a cool bathroom with a toilet that rolls into a cabinet when not needed. You can buy this now for just $79,900 in Rhode Island.

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235 Sq. Ft. Tiny House on Wheels with Generous Kitchen Space

Looking out from the large kitchen.

There’s a comfortable living room space.

That’s a really neat staircase.

I love the soothing blue color of the kitchen cabinets.

There’s extra storage in the loft partition.

The bed has lots of headroom.

There’s a mini-split to keep the place comfortable.

I like the deck area on the front.

That custom backsplash was a labor of love.

The open shelving looks great.

A close-up of those cool stairs.

The bathroom has great honeycomb tiles.

The toilet is hidden in that cabinet.

Could this be your home sweet home?

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  • Specs
    235 square feet
    24’ long, 8’-6” wide, 13’-3” tall
    10,500 lbs
    Wood frame construction
    Fiberglass insulation
    New trailer – two 6 ton axels – tires always covered
  • Features
    A sweet sweet handmade backsplash
    Senville cooling and heating mini split
    Eccotemp FVI12-LP Liquid Propane Gas Tankless Water Heater
    Dometic gas range 21” and oven
    3.1 Cu ft Magic Chef Fridge
    Custom baltic birch counters
    Large storage draws under couch
    Currently has a dry flush toilet so no black water

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Alison
    April 2, 2023, 2:16 pm

    Great layout, beautiful finishes. Clean and comfortable.

  • Nita Hiltner
    April 2, 2023, 9:40 pm

    Unless I can have a real sofa, I would never live in something like this, the seating straight up and down and hard. NO way. There is never enough real living space in these places, always the kitchen is big when you aren’t in it that much, but you do need a good place to actually sit in for reading, tv, etc.

  • Marsha Cowan
    April 2, 2023, 10:49 pm

    This is a beautiful home in a gorgeous setting! The sofa back is supported by a slanting board that makes the sofa look quite comfortable, especially with those thick cushions. Love the light wood with the blues. Nice job!

  • Lyn Ayre
    April 3, 2023, 4:16 am

    Lovely space. I commend the architect. Love that blue. The two cons I see: The person showing the home is slim and the boards bounce as he goes up and down the stairs. I wonder what weight rate those pieces of plyboard have. I’d feel better about them if they were braced to the underside.
    Re: using as an airbnb… Though this place is definitely not for a larger person such as myself, it sure is pretty. If I didn’t want to try going up those stairs for fear they’d snap off, I wouldn’t be able to sleep on the sofa either. The pads are a bit thin even if you stack them. Anyway. I guess we all view things from the perspective of personal usability.
    Love Lyn

    • James D.
      April 3, 2023, 3:57 pm

      Just a note, the plywood steps are actually a sheet/board that goes through a slat opening in the plywood riser panel. There’s a small gap in that opening and that’s the play you’re seeing when he uses the stairs. The steps themselves are not bowing, etc.

      3/4″ plywood has up to 80 psf and 1″ has up to 164 psf. but being a sheet/board means the load also spreads a bit along the length of the sheet/board and the support of the plywood riser panel. So, it’s stronger than it may look…

  • Donna Rae
    April 4, 2023, 2:14 am

    This is beautifully designed! Though tiny, it feels spacious enough that you don’t feel claustrophobic. I wouldn’t say spacious…but spacious enough. I like the materials and how it was all put together but I have to admit that there are a couple of things I would change if I were going to live in it. And it seems that I am not alone in my first change…the sofa. The problem with built-ins is people don’t put thick enough cushions on them to make them comfortable, plus they are rarely deep enough to curl up on or sleep. At least this one has the slanted back so that does add an element of comfort but flimsy cushions would have to be replaced or the built-in eliminated…though that extra storage would be missed! I think that instead of another seating area across from the sofa, I would want a counter with stools. It would serve as an eating area but also extra counter space for the small kitchen. The stairs need something to grab onto. I realize that railing would take away some of that spacious feeling but safety must take precedence over aesthetics. All in all, lots was fit into this compact home and in a pleasing way. Kudos to the designer/s. Please note that the changes I suggest were for me specifically and that I believe many will love this just as it is.

  • Kathy
    April 10, 2023, 9:08 pm

    Nice looking and apparently tightly built home. I *love* the birch/maple plywood everywhere, but especially in the kitchen cabinets and with the pale pastel color. I don’t appreciate the ply plank stairs, even though they are no doubt very sturdy. I just don’t like the look. But I am in favor of whatever the person who is paying the bill likes! Love the amount of space for storage in the bathroom – maybe a w/d unit would fit in? The only thing I would never be ok with is my fear of falling out of the bed and down the stairs! Damn, how scary is that drop off? Its great little house though. Best wishes to the owner!

  • Victoria Banaszak
    May 9, 2023, 3:49 pm

    I think this one looks great and is a minimalists dream. I however am not a minimalist. LOL. Agree on the stairs and sofa.

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