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Beautiful Tiny Home on Wheels by La Tiny House


This is a beautiful tiny home on wheels by La Tiny House.

From the outside, you’ll notice it features wood siding along with corrugated steel siding painted black on top.

When you go inside, you’ll find a living area, kitchen, bathroom, and an upstairs sleeping loft.

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  • Avatar Debbie Johnson

    I really like the design of this home. I would love to know the width length and height. I am also building, just getting things I want first. It takes so much time while you work, :). I would also like to know if his would hold a stack W/D unit if plumbed for it? Is there space? I did not even see a W/D combo in there. Just asking. Really love the design.

  • Avatar Kathleen

    If the toilet and shower are both to the right of the sink in the bathroom, what’s to the left of the sink in the bathroom? Maybe clothes storage? Hanging and otherwise? The pictures didn’t show it and I went to the website and couldn’t find it. (Busy, French website.)

  • You really no longer “need” a stack-able washer-dryer. I have seen both RV units and ones for the home that both wash AND dry in the SAME machine, so no need to switch clothes from one to the other. Just throw them in, and “boom”, they’re done! And because the RV unit has a 1,000 revolutions-per-minute spin cycle, it doesn’t even need to be vented! Have seen them in both catalogs, RV centers, and some of those, um, “big box” home centers ranging anywhere from $799 to about $1,100. Seems like a better idea both for work-saving AND space-saving. Thanks for the GREAT photos & story! Greg

    • Avatar Eric

      As a Kiwi, i.e. from the other side of the planet, we don’t, to my knowledge anyway, have combo washer driers. However, I have read on this and other sites that they take anywhere from about 2 1/2 to 3 times longer to wash and dry compared to separate units. That could quite possibly be a deal breaker for many people. Especially those that have time constraints due to work schedules etc.

      • Avatar Kim

        Ihave used them on boats and hated them. It took so much longer to get anything to dry. A load of towels took over 5 hours to wash and dry. If it was me, I would get a smaller portable unit that takes up much less space and the cost is less than half.

    • All in one w/d units are nice for some people. Many have complained about the ‘non-vented’ ones not drying their clothes very well and add too much humidity to the interior of the house. My son has had both types in his RV and much prefers the vented unit to have a load done by the time he gets home. Do consider how much or how often laundry needs to be done before purchase of single or stacked units. Bulky items may need to be washed at the laundromat.

  • Avatar Marsha Cowan

    Really pretty tiny house. I like the kitchen and dining area and the spacious loft. The stairs are nice, and I can see a door to storage under them. Is there more storage under more steps? Just wondering…

  • Avatar Patricia C.

    I don’t think I’ve seen a pulley system for the second loft before. It looks interesting.

  • This is really nice. Love the colour scheme. The tile splash back really adds a pop. What a great idea with the stairs.

  • Avatar Betty

    I think I could live in this. The color scheme is the same in my home now! Love it. Betty

  • Avatar Nanny M

    Like this very much. Looks so clean.

  • Avatar Phil

    A nice mid-century mod look. Very well done…

  • Avatar Deb

    What are the dimensions and square footage please? Also, more pics and some explaining as to how the pulley system works? Is there a stove/oven and refrigerator?
    Thanks!

  • Avatar ROSEE

    BEAUTIFUL! Love how the kitchen is set up, lots of room to move around when cooking! Well done all around!

  • Beautiful! Really love it

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