This is a tiny house on wheels by Raw Design Creative.
It features a unique fold up front door entrance and awning.
This tiny home is currently for sale asking $45,000.
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Raw Design Creative Tiny House
About Raw Design Creative
Founder Troy Guffin started building at a young age with the family construction business in Galveston, TX. He has always made art with mixed mediums; whatever inspires. A passion for surfing led him to travel and share in various cultures and lifestyles. Together, these elements inspired the formation of Raw Design Creative.
Now, Troy, his wife Missy and an ever evolving group of creative people make all kinds of structures, art pieces and furniture at the Raw Design Creative shop in Austin, TX as well as all over the country with Mobile Raw Design Creative.
Have creativity, will travel.
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I can’t figure out where the living/dining space is. I can see an easy chair on one of the photos but I can’t put the pictures all together to see the whole house. Also, I would prefer straight on photos rather than the distorted ones shown here.
It is difficult to sort out these distorted photos, but the living/dining space appears to be mid-level between the loft single bed (which is cantilevered over the exterior utility closet) and the double bed on the floor. Look closely at the photo showing the beds, the kitchen on the right and the three people. The easy chair is behind the man. Also note where the air conditioner is. Then look at its placement in the photo clearly showing the easy chair. This area would be at the rear. The bathroom sink is bumped out over the hitch where you see the spare tire in the exterior photo. It is another ingenious layout, I wonder what length trailer they used.
im with you Martha, was wondering if i was the only one goin buggin with those pics and trying to figure out the layout
second look, im thinking the upstairs is where they are using chairs.second floor up there is all high enough. nice layout actually.
I like your thinking on the outside doors, ramps. I’m kind of with Martha on the pictures. I like the railing up top out of wood. If you could, would you post more pictures with normal lens. Please don’t take this as a slam, because it looks nice. Thank you for sharing.
Yes. I agree about the distorted photos. I gave up trying to look at what seemed to be a cool tiny home because the pictures were so annoying. Sorry.
Wow — your house design makes me sea-sick!
Yep! it would be interesting to get a better look at it. If they insist on keeping the fisheye lens pics through in some other straight up photos. It does look like they packed a lot in their and I’m interested in that storage area at the back.
oops! I meant ‘throw in some other straight up photos’
I feel sea-sick.
Well, I believe it’s unanimous! We’re all intrigued and would like to see regular pictures of it. I’m especially interested in what they’ve done with the living/sleeping spaces. Looks as though it could be a great alternative to the sleeping loft/ladder that we boomers with bad knees want to avoid. Please, repost with regular pics.
AHA! their website has some better pics. Still using the fisheye lens, but you can get a better idea of the space.
It took me a few minutes to get my bearings with the photos, but I finally put it all together. It would be easier to understand what is going on with a floor plan layout, but once I got my bearings, I discovered that I really liked the design of this house. The bed UNDER the living area is great so mom & dad don’t have to climb the stairs…unless they want to relax, then they have to climb to the den area. But it seems roomy enough and the eating bar/desk area at the edge (made of beautiful wood) seems quite useful! I wondered about the other bed and what it might be over seeing as how the offset on the outside didn’t seem very deep (not deep enough for a bed, then I saw the last pic of the storage area. That is WONDERFUL!!!
I don’t know if anyone noticed, but all the beds have little storage bins with hinges right by the bed to stow things away. The upper bed has some really big bins on each end of the bed. I’m sure a lot will fit into them. The lower bed has narrow ones on either side with opening lids. In a house this size, you simply MUST make use of every square inch!
Fisheye pictures are really bad to show a house. You cannot tell size or shapes of things.
Love the bathroom and kitchen. But the rest is a weird set up. But I guess if you have three people living in it this is how it has to be.
Well! I must say that this is a very interesting and well planned out tiny home from my perspective. Whereas most Gypsy tiny homes don’t show any kitchens or bathrooms but a sitting room or beds. At least with this one, it has the whole works of what a tiny house should look like on the inside. I like the idea that every spare space is used, not wasted.
Unfortunately I don’t care too much about the way the outside looks. It takes away the coziness and nicety of the inside. Otherwise the job looks well done!
Why the fishbowl photo effect?
I really like this tiny house. Very creative, and very pretty.
This is one of the coolest and cutest small houses I have seen, I LOVE< LOVE IT….I could so spend the rest of my life in this one ..Would have like to see the shower or tub though ..
Just adding my vote to GET RID of fisheye lenses!
How you buy it?? No link to purchase.
I love the rear access area…but if you eliminated the DROP DOWN on the back, and just stood on the ground to access what I call the LAUNDRY ROOM…you could also lower the LOFT inside (2 foot overhang and 2 foot of storage/laundry area) to give more headroom for a sleeping area (senior citizen here doesn’t do well in traditional loft headroom) and not really reduce the utility of the hatch area.
Ah, tiny housers who fish eye their photogrpahy…. Please don’t. We love tiny and we can’t see an accurate use of space. It isn’t real. 🙁
Otherwise, the house looked lovely from what I could tell !!!