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Honey on the Rock Tiny House on Wheels by Carpenter Owl


This is the Honey on the Rock tiny house on wheels by Carpenter Owl.

It’s built with a unique roofline with rooftop access via a spiral staircase and a ‘secret door’ behind a painting in the loft.

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‘Honey on the Rock’ Tiny House by Carpenter Owl!

Photos © Carpenter Owl

Photos © Carpenter Owl

Highlights

  • Built by Carpenter Owl in Bloomington, IN
  • Double decker deck (ground and rooftop) accessible via spiral staircase
  • Table upstairs on upper deck folds down to reveal a vintage soaker bath tub!
  • All light fixtures were hand cut
  • Secret door in the loft that leads you to the vintage bath tub
  • Kingsize bed with his and her porthole windows
  • All plumbing (including faucets) were done with soldered copper
  • Exterior finished with walnut and cedar trim
  • 22ft Long, 8.5ft Wide, and 13.5ft High
  • Weighs about 11,000 pounds
  • $85,000 usd

This is our most ambitious build to date and was created as a vacation home built around a family’s heirloom whiskey still.1

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Resources

  1. https://www.carpenterowl.com/honey-on-the-rock-1/
  2. https://www.carpenterowl.com/
  3. https://www.facebook.com/CarpenterOwl/
  4. https://www.facebook.com/pg/CarpenterOwl/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1572617179522009
  5. https://www.instagram.com/carpenterowl/

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  • Bill Burgess January 16, 2018, 2:58 pm

    OK…..It hits almost none of my buttons….I LOVE it…Probably have to be under forty to USE it, but I still love it.

  • Eric January 16, 2018, 3:03 pm

    If it was me, I’d have a special cover made for the front of the tiny home to make it more aerodynamic and mitigate the buffeting by wind when travelling. Possibly cost $100/150 but would pay for itself in petrol/gas savings and reduced stress when you are driving. Just my 2c worth.

  • Eric January 16, 2018, 3:09 pm

    Wow folks, go have a looksee at the first link at bottom of article. Heaps of extra photos… and larger too. Bigger is always better… when looking a photos. It is quite amazing what they’ve done. Especially the light fittings.

    Kudos guys, kudos.

  • John Thompson January 16, 2018, 5:43 pm

    Ha! This is the total opposite of the last house I praised for re-cycling, DIY and all that. HOWEVER. WOW! I just want to keep walking all around it enjoying the fabulous layout and design. Probably one of the prettiest tiny houses I have ever seen. It is clearly the result of a huge amount of consideration as to the “gestalt” of each piece of wood, each fitting, each light fixture. Love it lots.

  • Heather H.J. January 16, 2018, 7:32 pm

    Very cool THOW. The craftsmanship is beautiful. The roof line, the decks, the ceiling are my favorite things. Id love to park this on a nice piece of property over looking some water & trees & sit out on that deck all day. Way to bring the outdoors in/indoors out!

  • Heather H.J. January 16, 2018, 7:42 pm

    Ok theres no pictures of the bathroom or the amazing sounding soaker tub on the roof top deck. Or the upper deck access through a hidden door. I dont understand why those pictures just weren’t taken. That is disappointing. I would really like to see. The written details sound amazing, to bad we cant see it to believe it.😕

    • James D. January 17, 2018, 3:20 pm

      The builder has an instagram account if you want to check out all the photos they’ve posted from the build process to final product.

      There’s also a few video tours on youtube… Luke Thill, the teenager known for building his own tiny house, did a tour video on this one called “Amazing Tiny House with Rooftop Tub”… and you can check it out on his channel…

  • alice h January 21, 2018, 11:32 am

    HECK YEAH! Love it! Can’t afford it, probably couldn’t really live in it, but a pure joy to contemplate.

  • Adina Hirschmann January 27, 2018, 11:51 pm

    Were the light fixtures made from drinking glasses, old wine bottles or both? How were they connected to power? They’d be perfect for my apartment’s small galley kitchen.

  • Nanny M January 28, 2018, 12:43 pm

    Masterpiece in wood. The interior color exudes a gentle, nurturing quality to me.

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