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Couple’s 192 Sq. Ft. Tiny House on Wheels in Sandy, Utah

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This is one couple’s 192 sq. ft. tiny house on wheels in Sandy, Utah originally shared over at Sarah’s blog, Tiffany Blue Eyes.

From the outside, you’ll notice white board and batten siding, blue doors, and an awning over a decent-sized porch.

When you go inside, you’ll find a bright white interior with a couch (that becomes a bed), a loft, a kitchenette and a large bathroom with a stand-in shower and small couch.

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Couple’s 192 Sq. Ft. Tiny House on Wheels in Sandy, Utah

Couple’s 192 Sq. Ft. Tiny House

Images © Patrick Romero via Tiffany Blue Eyes

Couple’s 192 Sq. Ft. Tiny House

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Images © Patrick Romero via Tiffany Blue Eyes

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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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  • March 28, 2016, 1:31 pm

    Well done! Bravo !

  • B B
    March 28, 2016, 2:48 pm

    I would like to see a floor plan for this. It sure is cute.

  • Barbara Bertoldi
    March 28, 2016, 3:33 pm

    Hello Patrick..is your Tiny House for Sale?
    I found it on the For Sale listing but there was no information or details. I am very interested in either purchasing or if it’s possible, getting the ‘Plans’ as soon as possible. My daughter and I are seriously looking for a Tiny Home.
    I would appreciate it if you could please let me know one way or the other.
    Thank you kindly…Barbara

  • gale
    March 28, 2016, 5:50 pm

    Adorable. Couldn’t ask for more except a little bit of counter space. Great job!

  • valerie
    March 28, 2016, 10:24 pm

    Very nice.

  • Sharon
    March 29, 2016, 6:06 pm

    Love the exterior colors and the simplicity of colors inside! Cool ceiling loft beaded lights. What a view skylight! Most of all the bathroom with lots of Windows, light, nature and ventilation! Room to move around and a great shower. Well done!

  • Jeremy
    April 1, 2016, 6:00 pm


    • Alex
      April 1, 2016, 7:21 pm

      I know right!

  • Gabrielle Charest
    April 1, 2016, 7:19 pm

    Love it!

  • jake
    April 1, 2016, 8:49 pm

    Okay. Awesome pyramid skylights. Everything else is pretty wonderful. But I have to make a negative comment about the sofa bed blocking the egress door. It wouldn’t be safe even if the door opened outward. I know there’s another door, but the bed blocks that too. Some things can’t be compromised. That’s one. I know it’s a piece of furniture, not a design feature, but it’s not safe. Otherwise, pretty wonderful, especially the center aisle between two loft beds under a bank of pyramid skylights.

  • Laura Davis
    April 4, 2016, 3:25 pm

    Personally, I LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS HOUSE!! =)!!

    to jake – Respectfully, I partially disagree. Mainly with the “compromising of safety” part of your statements. … Here’s why : Please look at the pictures again, and more closely. Note that the narrow door (at the end of the house, centered between two windows, with NO steps to it, yet) is basically “just for looks” (at this point … possibly meant to stay that way…?). Yes, you are correct, from the view we have of it’s hinges, that narrow END door appears to open inwards. In that case, Yes, that narrow END door would be blocked by the FOAM FLIPOUT SOFA, when in it’s unfolded “bed” position. …
    However, the FOAM on THIS sofa, in the unfolded “bed” position, does not “block” the MAIN ENTRY DOOR* (the *door that has a full length covered porch & steps already attached). …
    Upon a closer look, that sofa is a simple FOAM Fold-Out, with only a thin solid back & armrests. To fold this sofa out, into a “bed” position, it simply involves placing the (most likely) attached-along-the-edges foam section cushions, directly on the floor. …
    As I see it : Such a small bit of foam ends up near the hinge side of the main door, there is virtually no way it can “block”/”preventing” the door from opening or closing. …
    However … This foam sofa is clearly NOT one of those heavy, metal-framed, rigid “pull up & out of a boxed-in base, to unfold” sofa-beds. Those types of sofas have their “bed” folded/sort of “rolled” up INSIDE it’s rigid boxed-in base, with a rigid set of metal frames (with springs to hold up the mattress inside each frame) attached/hinged to each other, that folds up & out WITH the mattress. When these types of metal-framed sofa-beds unfold into a “bed”, the hinged metal frames unfold up & out WITH the mattress, and the unfolded “bed” ends up lying on it’s unfolded frame, that is held up off the floor, with extendable metal legs.
    Now, YES. THAT type of metal-framed fold-out sofa-beds, if placed in this very spot, in the same size the foam sofa is, it could/would very possibly HINDER the MAIN entry door from opening properly, because of it’s rigid metal frame, at the end corner of the “bed”. It MIGHT not prevent the door from opening at all, but it would definitely cause opening the door to be very difficult & limited. Yes, THAT type of metal-framed sofa-bed would be a bad idea to overlap an entry door, even a few inches. …
    However, THAT type of metal-framed sofa-bed is NOT what they have HERE. The FOAM sofa-bed they have here would only place a few inches of soft pliable FOAM by the hinged side of this door, and when necessary, that foam could be easily pushed aside/”squished” a bit, to open/by opening the door. ….
    but … ON THE BRIGHTER SIDE = One possible improvement could be condsidered, to help rectify this issue all together. =)
    A tiny bit of alteration to the “upper corners” of that sofa’s back cushions (the corners that end up being the end corner of the unfolded “bed”). By removing an angled bit of the corner-s, the MAIN door would no longer be effected by the bed being folded out. … My suggestion would not to remove a small perfect triangle (equilateral), but more of a slightly longer, thinner triangle (obtuse). This would be more effective in helping to solve the “door issue” AND help make the alteration less noticable … + possibly help minimize the sofa’s perceived footprint. =)
    From these pictures, it appears that this sofa’s cushions did not have edge piping*. If that is the case, it would not take much effort to open up the seams on those corners, cut away a triangle of foam & hand-sew the cover back in place & properly fit the new shape. The same could be done to the other side, to make the sofa symetrical again. =)!
    *Even if the cushions do have edge piping, this can still be done. The task would not be as easy as it would be without piping, obviously. But it is still possible to do it by hand. … =)
    Of course … With or without edge piping, if removing the sofa cushion’s COVERING is possible, the alteration can be done that way, too. This method would most likely result in a “more professional / professionally done” alteration. =)
    Best of Wishes to the Builders & Owners =)!!

    • Liz
      March 28, 2017, 8:56 pm

      I am distressed by all of the above discussion of one small feature — the sofa and cushions. Perhaps direct communication would be the way to go with those concerns and to perhaps exchange ideas. This house is very well done and unique. I especially appreciate the contrast of dark to light that makes the space appear even more open. Very well done!

      • Natalie C. McKee
        March 29, 2017, 8:45 am

        Love your positive thinking!

      • Lindsey Marshall
        March 29, 2017, 12:35 pm

        I read it.
        She’s right about the sofa, and Jake’s safety concerns being off, though.
        I like the idea, to trim the sofa, to fit the space and doors better!
        She really liked the house, to write all that, & to detail a way to make it a bit safer.
        Long winded, sure. Everyone is different.
        Skip posts that cause such distress. I do. It helps.
        It really is a lovely house! I love it!
        I love tinyhousetalk, too.

        • Lindsey Marshall
          March 29, 2017, 12:43 pm

          Can we direct message each other, through our comments here?
          I don’t see how to do that.
          Sorry. Semi-OT.
          Would be good to know, though.

        • Natalie C. McKee
          March 30, 2017, 9:04 am

          If you hit “reply” under a certain comment it shows up that it’s in response to the one above 🙂

  • Marta Santiago
    April 13, 2016, 4:17 pm

    Love the skylights! Not a fan of the latter. Do not like the placement of the stove and kitchen sink. It is cramped in a corner, not even a counter in between the sink and stove to put things on. There seems a disconnect in the kitchen.

  • Brandi
    June 20, 2016, 8:44 pm

    There is virtually no kitchen….no storage….not my cup of tea at all. They must plan on eating out most of the time. That’s why I’m soooooo grateful to Alex for showing us the whole spectrum of options. Thank you again Alex for all the TH’s we’ve seen, because you’ve sent them our way.

  • Jody
    June 25, 2016, 10:56 pm

    Hi! I can’t remember if I have commented on this one or not (Not unless there are 2 tiny homes in Sandy! 😉 anyway, I live in Salt Lake and would love a chance to maybe tour your tiny home? I’ve stayed in one in the past but I like to get a feel for as many as possible to see what will work for me. Great job by the way!

    December 31, 2016, 10:10 pm

    A very cool build…! I love the dog house, bump-out front windows as well as the goose neck bump-out.. And then there is the icing on the cake if you please, the sky lights going down through the center of the roof line of this wonderful THOW…! I wouldn’t say a word about this Tiny House being costly, as I know how much time and effort went into those windows and then to put those skylights in and yet keep the structural stability so it can be towed down the road at some point… All together as a whole, I rate it as a 10…!

    • Natalie
      January 2, 2017, 9:31 am

      So glad you loved it! — Tiny House Talk Team

  • j
    March 29, 2017, 2:16 am

    I should stop saying “this is the most gorgeous Tiny House I have ever seen” cause next minute, wham….. this is the most gorgeous etc

    Love the brightness and “lightness” of it.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      March 29, 2017, 8:36 am

      This is a problem for me every day!

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