This is another custom tiny house on wheels.
It’s built by Mint Tiny House Company in Delta, British Columbia, Canada.
This tiny home is built on a triple-axle utility trailer and features a built-in patio space with covered awning.
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Mint Tiny House with Built-in Patio
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this is beautiful and appears to be very well constructed. curious about the weight limitation on stairs, and about a window over a hot range? shouldn’t the range and sink be switched?
By far my favorite lay out. wouldn’t mind a smaller deck and larger sofa area. Love it!
I am also curious about the stairs. How are they reinforced. Genius idea but I really would like to know how sturdy they are.
love the deck and cover – I have to think it folds up nicely for travel. I saw something similar on another THOW done on the long side by the sliders – it is a wonderful addition of living space in the right place but doesn’t hold up to snow at all.
I agree with the above comment regarding the placement of the stovetop and sink. I personally don’t want to stare at a wall when I’m doing the dishes, or have grease on the wall when I’m cooking. The overall design is great. One thing that would help is to have a fold down table and a smaller sofa to allow more space in the living area. The white interior and cabinets are a big hit with me, but not the floating staircase. Their a bit dangerous for my liking.
How about a tiny house with one floor only for some of us that can’t go the stairs. Do you have any that I could see I would love to have a tiny house in the Florida Keys planning to retire soon and it seems like a great idea.we need ac in the keys
It’s absolutely stunning!! Nothing I would change.
What did it cost to build?
Absolutely LOVE the layout & open feel of the space. I’m curious how much weight The one set of floating stairs can hold?