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Hardy Tiny House by Wishbone Tiny Homes


This is the Hardy Tiny House by Wishbone Tiny Homes.

It’s an 8′ x 12′ tiny cabin on a trailer. From the outside, you’ll notice how the loft overhangs above the front door.

When you go inside, you’ll find a living area, kitchenette, bathroom, and double upstairs sleeping lofts.

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The Hardy. 8′ x 12′ custom tiny home on wheels featuring pine shakes, 8′ x 8′ cantilevered loft, covered entry, 9.2 CF fridge, mini split AC/heat, propane heat, range/oven, kitty litter hideaway.

Learn more: http://www.wishbonetinyhomes.com/

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  • Avatar Kathy

    I second that Peter!

  • Avatar kristina nadreau

    excellent use of space!

  • Avatar Saga

    Seems to be a great house, but I would really prefer the photos not to be in Instagram format. The format doesn’t do the house justice and is confusing to look at.

    • Avatar Andrea

      I agree. Please don’t use the Instagram format. It was kind of hard to make out what I was looking at.

  • Avatar OP

    I am alarmed that this is the 2nd time in 2 days I’ve seen 1970’s Harvest Gold, Avocado Green and Burnt Orange – making a comeback?? Yikes! Terrifying!!
    Overall, I agree with other comments about good use of space. One loft has egress… is the other one just storage? Is that a heater near the stove?

    • Avatar Varenikje

      Everything old is new again!

  • Very nice for such a small house..does anyone see how you get up to the 2nd loft ..the main loft ladder looks stationary…..

    • Avatar Varenikje

      It looks like the one ladder leads to both of the lofts. I think.

  • Avatar n welsh

    Wow!! It’s small but beautifully laid out. What a great use of space.

  • Avatar Robert Van Den Brink

    That’s a great tiny house. Every things you need in a small space.

  • Best bang for the buck! Can’t believe how much is artistically crafted into its design! Bravo!

  • Love the woodwork throughout your home!! Your place seems like it has a lot of storage which comes in handy in a small space. You have a good size fridge, and a nice stove. Your place is quite charming!! Thanks for sharing!! Carol???

  • Avatar Rue

    Wow, now that is one tiny house! O:

    Fairly livable though. Workable kitchen with a decent fridge. I also like the way both lofts seem like a single separate room up there.

  • Avatar Maria

    Heater where burners are is a big no no.

  • Avatar alice h

    Reminds me of those truck campers. I think the kitchen and bath are seriously oversized for something this small and the lounging area is a miserly afterthought. It all depends on what any particular person’s needs are though so this may be a good layout for many people especially if all they need indoor space for is cooking, bathing, eating and sleeping. Large sinks are not a good use of space in my opinion. I’ve been living in tiny and small spaces for many years and find that a small sink is perfectly adequate if you use a portable, multipurpose basin or washtub in place of a huge sink. A large fridge is only useful if you’re going to be shopping for fresh foods less often and want to stock up. Or fill it with beer. A lot of the desire for huge kitchens and baths might just be clinging to the last vestiges of big house life. If you spend more time inside cooking and bathing than lounging about then by all means go for larger setups but if you want a comfortable, private place out of the elements and away from bugs for just hanging out then don’t neglect your “living room”. I suppose some people would consider the loft the hang out space but all that laddering up and down would definitely detract from it for me.

  • Avatar Jeanette

    What brand of duct less Ac Did you use?

  • Avatar Sara

    It’s cute. Is that a hole for a litter box under the kitchen bench?

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