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Full Moon Tiny Shelters: The Birdhouse Tiny House on Wheels

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This is the Birdhouse tiny house on wheels by Full Moon Tiny Shelters. They’re a tiny house construction company near Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada. This one is built on a 16′ trailer and is fully insulated for 3 season use.

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The Birdhouse Tiny House by Full Moon Tiny Shelters

Full Moon Tiny Shelters: The Birdhouse Tiny House on Wheels

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Video: Tour of the Birdhouse Tiny Home on Wheels


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  • Andrea
    November 8, 2014, 1:32 pm

    both are really cute living spaces and look well made! love the designs

  • gale porras
    November 9, 2014, 9:20 am

    A bed and a toilet, that doesn’t work for anyone. Cute, but not liveable.

  • Lisa M.
    November 9, 2014, 9:52 am

    Cute but claustrophobic. Too few windows and most are too high.

  • Elle
    November 9, 2014, 11:12 am

    Maybe a nice short-term guest spot but not a “house” by any stretch of the imagination.

  • Lou
    November 9, 2014, 11:39 am

    Mean people Suck.

    • CharlotteMo
      November 16, 2014, 6:48 pm

      I don’t know about mean, we had another word for it among my interior decorator friends 🙂 I think some of these negative posters are spoiled and still want all their big house stuff. They are not ready for Tiny House living.
      I have only been looking at this blog for a few months, and am amazed by the snotty comments. Was just looking at another house blog where a designer got bombarded by haters for her style, and someone finally spoke up and said go somewhere else if you don’t like Bohemian or French Country.
      Same here. Come up with solutions or suggestions for problem areas on these houses or go away. Nobody cares if it doesn’t suit your needs personally.

      • Kristina H Nadreau
        February 14, 2016, 8:27 pm

        all comments about the designs and execution are encouraged here. Comments about other people are not useful. what is your point about a designer who did not appeal to the members of the audience of a different blog??? Your contribution here could be about the designs or the structures or the functionality, or not. however you are not the moderator and shall not be giving commands about what other people may post here.

  • Sandra
    November 9, 2014, 1:25 pm

    Yes this doesn’t qualify as a tiny house. Just a bunky. Sometimes small is just too small.

  • Hell's Mechanic
    November 9, 2014, 1:38 pm

    Take away the potted plant, and its a jail cell, we have lots of people living in one, but not by choice. Doesn’t do it for me.

  • patti
    November 9, 2014, 7:55 pm

    If you watch the Video through there is a model that does have a kitchen and bathroom.

  • Sally
    November 10, 2014, 10:45 am

    Very workable and livable. Ready for off-grid, eight feet wide instead of six, great big door, and quality materials. I work with homeless veterans who would consider this a palace without being overwhelming. Some of these veterans have spent time in prison, and would assure “Mechanic” that the noise and filth and concrete bear very little resemblance to this wonderful little place. One also commented if you think this little house is rough living, ask God to keep you out of trouble because you wouldn’t last two seconds in jail.
    Overall this is a workable floor plan that could be customized to suit personal needs. We had three 8 X 16 trailers donated to us, and this gives a good floor plan to start with. The guys appreciate what they’re given, and always look for the positive to work with.

    • Tori
      November 10, 2014, 2:04 pm

      That’s great and thank you for working with our Veterans… but with this floor plan, where are they going to wash their hands, take a shower, prepare a meal (or store fresh food for that matter) – keep looking around – there are lots of other floor plans for this size that actually would meet the needs of someone living here as opposed to this floor plan which provides a place to sleep and go to the bathroom without leaving the unit. Anything above that and you would have to have separate accommodations like a compound with community areas.

      • Doris
        November 17, 2014, 3:31 am

        Thanks, Tori. My sister manages a large facility in a city, and I have room for people who do better in a rural setting. “My guys” have been a blessing to this cranky old lady. Good questions, too. After living under expressways or in tent cities with a shopping cart for storage, my vets have a different concept of what’s necessary in a home than most of the posters. My guys are hands-on D.I.Y., too, which helps with customizing and costs. They can put shelves, a sink and other built-ins where they want. Microwaves, two-burners and a mini-fridge also go where they want. Storage for groceries for one person? Not exactly a problem. The floor plan isn’t written in stone, either, altho this one got votes because it wasn’t crowded inside.
        One guy likes an outdoor shower, weather permitting. Some prefer a top bunk, one prefers to sleep under a bunk. One cooks awesome meals outside. It’s what they want, and it isn’t my place to tell them they have to conform to someone else’s ideas of a proper home.
        We do have a very small community house, with TV, internet and laundry.
        They have already built seven neat little homes, most eight feet by sixteen. They love Deek and his positive attitude and ability to make something out of nothing. We have considered sending in photos to Alec for posting on here, but I could not subject them or their privacy to pointless, unconstructive sniping. The older I get, the less tolerance I have for petty people, and these men have been through enough. I hope I answered your own questions without sniping. Regards from the guys and me.

        • Sally
          February 6, 2015, 9:19 pm

          While looking for some ideas, one of your guys saw this, D, and wanted me to post that you don’t give yourself enough credit. I have the easy ones 🙂 You get the guys who can’t manage in an urban atmosphere and you give them one last chance. Now you get to guess which one wanted this posted 🙂 as an early Valentine’s Day present. I expect some tears when you find out. Ciao!

        • Debra K
          August 3, 2015, 10:36 am

          I would love to se what you and the men have done. I am appreciative and am sure the vets are too of any “hands up” given to them. That is the very least of what they deserve for protecting us. Please send to Alex the pictures and a bit about where you are located or how someone can help out your service as well.

        • Kristina H Nadreau
          February 14, 2016, 8:35 pm

          I admit to being old and cranky. I am also astonished about people who come on here and criticize other posters who do not like it for their own use. I also tend to discount people who claim to be speaking for others while bashing those they disagree with.

      • Kristina H Nadreau
        February 14, 2016, 7:51 pm

        agree. a bed, makes a wood tent.

  • John
    February 14, 2016, 1:07 pm

    Hi, I love what you have shown here. My question is …I was looking for a ‘bunk house that doesn need a full kitchen or bath, but bunk beds just for sleeping. I was thinking that several tiny houses concept would be better than a large ‘bunk house’. There would be a larger ‘lodge’ near by with restroom facilities, kind of like a camp but would need electricity for lighting and possibly a small stand alone or small a/c window unit. I am in Southeast Texas so it can get pretty warm. Great site…John

    P.S. Tell the ‘haters’, they have the same shoes to get happy in. But then again, maybe a waste of time.

  • Marsha Cowan
    February 14, 2016, 6:27 pm

    If you bring in water in a container, then you have water and can bath in the sink. Otherwise, it has a commode, this you can live in it full time, much like I have lived in my tiny bus full time for a year and a half now.

  • Marsha Cowan
    February 14, 2016, 6:33 pm

    I forgot to add that a butane stovetop and a Mr. buddy propane heater would finish up the deal!

  • Patricia Turner
    February 14, 2016, 7:15 pm

    I would love this place

  • Kristina H Nadreau
    February 14, 2016, 8:22 pm

    here we are invited to express our opinions on the designs, as presented. Not in a general way but in a personal way. There is no reason that any of us should be embarrassed because we want a place to cook and bathe in our homes, regardless of size. Some of these small places are mechanically creative or structurally creative or visually attractive and functional. Very few are all of the above. I like bathrooms and kitchen, and I am fine with my elitest notions. I grew up and raised my childrens in MANSIONS. Huge Victorian piles with libraries and bay windows and stained glass and 8 bedrooms. I am grateful for the experience. Today I qualify as elderly, & I choose to live much smaller in both size and scale in an impoverished 3rd world country. I have been happy in both environments.

  • Nancy
    April 16, 2016, 12:04 pm

    It’s worth noting that this company is Full Moon Tiny Shelters – not Full Moon Tiny Houses. They make distinctions between the two. The first design in the video is a Shelter or additional room – office, yoga space, meditation room, guest room etc…They never advertise it as a house and didn’t design it to be a house. The second one in the video is noted as having been designed to live in. You can see the BIG difference. Two small spaces – two completely different uses. This is a versatile company that does quality work.

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