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Aspen Tiny House on Wheels


This is the Aspen tiny house on wheels by Simblissity Tiny Homes that is 180 sq. ft. with an additional 80 sq. ft. in the loft.

Outside, you’ll find caramel-colored pine clapboards surround the entire home. A light green metal roof goes from full gable in the front to dormer-ed in the back for extra loft head room.

When you go inside, you’ll find beautiful knotty pine wood siding on the walls and ceiling that has a faint green hue. In the living space you’ll find an l-shaped storage couch under a large back window. There’s a small storage loft above the couch. However, the bedroom loft is especially airy with plenty of windows and space for the queen-sized bed. Hate climbing ladders? There’s a staircase to the loft with plenty of extra storage. The kitchen has a small oven and beautiful tile back-splash.

Aspen Tiny House on Wheels

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Massachusetts.
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  • Avatar Kristina H Nadreau

    I always wonder how people clean their tongue and groove “floors” in their sleeping lofts.

  • Avatar Valerie

    Nice home but I don’t see the bathroom

  • Avatar Lori

    The bathroom should be just beyond the kitchen.

  • Avatar Terressa

    Valerie, it’s at the back past the kitchen.

  • Avatar Maria

    more pictures Please. like what I see so far.

  • Avatar Marcy

    I have had the chance to be in a Simblissity home on 2 different occasions (Denver Home Show & Tiny House Jamboree), and it is still may favorite for overall live-ability. The lay out leaves no unusable spaces, stairs instead of a ladder, good storage under the stairs, etc. On my list of who I’d like to build mine, they are number 1.

  • Avatar Porcsha

    This home looks a lot more liveable! Bathroom pictures would be nice! Love your home and thanks for sharing!

  • Avatar Kathy

    I am not usually crazy about all wood interiors, but the beetle kill reclaimed wood in this home is gorgeous. I also like the emphasis on actual living space with that great sofa. Nicely done!!

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