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Custom Tiny House on Wheels by Old Hippie Woodworking


This is a custom tiny house on wheels called the Hummingbird. It’s designed and built by Old Hippie Woodworking & Design out of Las Vegas, Nevada.

From the outside, you’ll notice it features a side-entrance, mini storage shed, and dormers in the upstairs sleeping loft area. When you go inside, you’ll find a beautiful kitchen, living area, bathroom, and an upstairs sleeping loft.

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Custom Hummingbird Tiny House by Old Hippie Woodworking

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  • Avatar Marcy

    Nice use of space. And I love the one long window. When I see houses with the double glass doors, I always think that they are giving up an entire wall in an already limited space for sunlight. That window is great option.

  • Avatar Elizabeth Rubio

    Simple and simply beautiful. The unit of hand-decorated sink and tile and pipe-fitting faucets with red handles is spectacular. I, too, appreciate the long window. The more natural light, the better!

  • Avatar Brandi

    I love the large window as well, however I would’ve put it down lower on the wall so that you could at least look out it while you were doing homework, dinner, etc. You could also use it to put your salt and pepper shakers on the sill if it was a little lower. Just thinking out loud, or in print….LOL Nicely done!

  • Avatar Rue

    Agreed with the long window allowing use of the wall. Looks like it’s at exactly the right height to look out at that lovely land while you’re sitting at the table over a cup of something hot and yummy.

    The craftsmanship on the whole thing is really nice, too.

  • Avatar Vanyel Kane

    I think I’ve seen so many tumbleweed home design that I’m become bored and jaded. The layout is lovely as they usually are, however what happened to your clothes storage? The only thing I could think of is that it’s under the couch.

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