This is the construction of the 243 sq. ft. Daniel Miller Tiny House that we recently showed you.
You can see how this tiny home was built onto a trailer in some of the photos below.
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Construction of the Daniel Miller Tiny House
- 243 sq. ft.
- Built on 24′ Iron Eagle (PAD Tiny House) trailer
- Board & Batten siding with cedar shingles accents
- Standing seam metal roofing
- Eight windows with white privacy blinds
- Full kitchen with pantry
- 20′ of bookshelves
- 32″ LCD TV
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- 243 Sq. Ft. Daniel Miller Tiny House
- Tiny House Listings (for sale)
- DropBox (construction photo album)
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When you first walk up to the deck it’s very inviting with the two pots of pansies. Just love all the storage throughout the tiny home. I love the fact you actually have places for your clothes!! This home is very nicely done!! Carol??
Well built, great use of space in bathroom and also in the loft by having a higher ceiling due to the roof angle. Nice work!
I was under the impression that most THOW were built to the same building code/standard as a site built home. I’m assuming that this one is built to some soft of RV standard?
For the most part, THOWs are built to RV standards, if they are built to any standards. However, since they really aren’t legal in most places, not all of them are built to even RV standards.
This is the first time I’ve ever seen a filing cabinet in a THOW! I suppose the younger generation doesn’t think you need one… LOVE it!
Haha I don’t think I’ve ever seen one either!
Where did you see the filing cabinet? I looked at the pictures a few times….
ahh. I see it! 😀
I don’t know some thing seems missing here, and I can’t figure it out for the life of me what is….!
A (foldable work- or dinner-) table maybe?
Lovely! I would only add a door on the little close closet and door for shelves in bathroom… The more one can see, the more cluttered it looks… (Plus cooking odors on clothes…)
Like the fact that they showed pictures step by step on how they built this TH. It’s nice to know what involves in building them.
Two thumbs up for the fantastic finished job!
Very nice change to see those!
What was the gross weight when completed?
I like the inviting little porch. I also get a real kick out of the “pipe” safety rails! Two thumbs up!! Nice job, really. Happy trails and God be with you all.
Those are great!