In this post I’m showing you a 117 sq. ft. tiny home on wheels.
It’s called the Tumbleweed Elm 18 Overlook.
Designed to be built on a trailer it’s mobile, beautiful and functional.
All while looking and feeling like a real home.
117 Sq. Ft. Elm 18 Overlook Tiny House
Enjoy the complete tour of this 117 square feet tiny house below:
The dormers in the rear still keep that oh so classic look in the front and you’ll appreciate the extra space in the sleeping loft that you don’t normally get without the dormers.
I also like this type of air conditioning system over the wall units because they just look better and can be stored on top of the tongue of the trailer. Although this sort of AC costs a lot more than a wall unit.
Below you can see how this AC looks in the interior. Look to the left above the chair.
With this type of AC you don’t see anything on the outside besides the unit over the tongue of the trailer. Again, really cool, but costs way more than a wall unit. If you get a tiny house ready made from Tumbleweed, they usually come with one of these but I’m pretty sure you can option it out if you wanted.
The ladder that you’d use to get up into the loft is stored simply right by a shelf on the way to the kitchen.
We’ll get up to the loft in a minute, but first let me show you the little closet you get in the Elm 18 Overlook:
Yep. You’d definitely want to pare down your wardrobe to your favorites before moving into one of these full time because there’s just not that much space. But remember you can also use shelf space to fold and store clothes too.
Alright… To the kitchen we go!
View from the Loft
Window to the Front Porch
Trailer with Scissor Jacks
Images: Tumbleweed Tiny Houses
- Get the Elm 18 Overlook Tiny House Plans
- Get your own Tumbleweed trailer to build on
- Consider a Tumbleweed workshop to learn more and get your questions answered in person
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