This is the Lil Red Tiny House with an in-depth video tour from Tiny Houses Australia.
Lil Red is builder Ben’s third tiny house project, and is currently for sale in Melbourne, Australia. You can follow more of Ben’s work on Instagram.
The itty bitty home packs in a storage couch, tiny table, compact kitchen and lofted double bed. It is missing a bathroom (although it has an outdoor shower!), but it’s a challenge to fit one into just 14 ft.! The exterior features burned cedar, which was a new endeavor for Ben and family that you can learn about in the video.
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Lil Red Tiny House: Video Tour with Tiny Houses Australia
The front and back exterior walls are burnt cedar.
Double bed in the loft. Kitchen is cute and sweet.
Fold-out table on one side of the house. Lovely mirror!
Close up of the loft. I like the tiny magazine rack!
I want to put this picture on my wall just because it’s lovely.
Drying rack and tiny shelf for spices.
An outdoor shower. Add a curtain and I’m game!
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Video: Tiny Houses Australia Lil Red Tiny House Tour
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Adorable but no bathroom….😟
Not for everyone!
There is a shower on the outside. This one was designed to be for use on the by the beach in Byron Bay 🙂
What a cute, clever, and colourful tiny house! This is a house that just makes you happy looking at the pictures. Nice, simple layout, would be great for summertime camping, but not full time living. My only concern is the lack of railing next to the loft bed.
It does make you happy 🙂
I don’t know how you can call it a house if it doesn’t have a bathroom. Nope