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Red Deer Classics Tiny House: Art You Can Live In?


This is the Red Deer Classics Tiny House on Wheels.

It’s a one-of-a-kind tiny home that’s a piece of art you can live in!

Like me, you may have seen a lot of tiny houses, but I don’t think you’ve ever seen one like this. Enjoy!

One-of-a-kind Red Deer Classics Tiny House

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A Beautiful Custom Sliding Door Separates the Kitchen and Living Room from the Bedroom and Bathroom

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The Bathroom is Just Breathtaking, Isn’t It?

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Custom Shower is a Work of Art!

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The Bedroom is Downstairs So Need for Stairs & Ladders

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Unique Exterior Finish I’ve Never Seen Before!

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To get the full grasp of just how amazing this tiny home is, you’ve got to watch the video below by Tiny Home Tours.

Video Tour: Artist Creates The Most Unique Tiny House Ever Built

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  1. Red Deer Classics on Facebook
  2. Tiny Home Tours/YouTube

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!

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  • Bill Burgess April 19, 2018, 1:55 pm

    WOW!!! Talk about labor intensive….Definitely a work of Art and artistic interpretation. Pretty standard floor plan but with all the exotic woods disguised well. For my tastes too dark but as I am a wood nut and former wood butcher I can admire the mixed media. Love the use of metals as well. I like the exterior shape and applied accents. I might consider a powder coated metals instead of painted finish in places. This has given me some Ideas about the newer metal roofing types to use for siding with my new tugboatwilly.com site. Really a LOT of ideas here for the designer or builder and I wish Red Deer massive deserved success.

    • Alex April 20, 2018, 6:52 am

      Neat idea on for metal roof as siding.. I think I’ve seen it done before but never realized that’s what was done. And I love your new tugboatwilly.com site! Just saw the Castle one Wheels you’ve got on there! Do you know how drew that? 😀

  • Alison April 19, 2018, 5:38 pm

    Very creative, very interesting. I could use less of that texture on the wood, where it looks like the wood was gouged with a curved chisel all over it. But wow, what a work of art!

  • Mary April 19, 2018, 7:34 pm

    Really love this tiny home! I love the door pulls, the pocket doors, the woodworking, all of it. The counter tops in kitchen and bathroom are beautiful and the shower is amazing! I love it, I want one! I’ve just recently retired and am looking at all types of tiny homes and travel trailers. Thank you for sharing!

    • Alex April 20, 2018, 6:49 am

      Hey Mary – glad you liked it too!

  • Denise April 21, 2018, 6:36 am

    This is absolutely gorgeous. Some things he did I would never have thought of and I really like his introducing that into my thinking as I am currently finishing the inside of my Tiny. He has given me some creative ideas. I enjoyed listening to him as he was doing the tour; I really agree with his philosophy regarding the interior – your house should be an absolute pleasure to go home to – one should LIVE it – the house should speak. It should be welcoming. I long ago abandoned the white/beige/brown concept of home decorating because there is nothing inviting about that type of decor, yet it is so common. It’s almost like people are afraid of colour, including the rich colours and textures of wood.

    This man does not spare any detail when it comes to his Tiny and every peek around another corner has one’s interest held. I especially love the kitchen counter top with the wood slices embedded in epoxy and would like to know how/what the epoxy was that he was able to do that – I want to do that also. I love his love of wood – it comes out in his narration – his explanation of the three colours and the use of them to complement each other. The slider door – more wood slices, and the shower…!!! – a real work to behold. This house sure is a treat to see. The outside reminds me of a Colorado mountain scape. The whole thing is beautiful.

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