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Southern Charm Tiny House

This is the Southern Charm Tiny House on Wheels.

It’s designed and built by Tiny Heirloom in Portland, Oregon.

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  • Donna September 12, 2016, 1:56 pm

    some nice touches, but the living area looks like it came out of an RV – not a home.
    Some of these tiny home builders have raised the game to a new high – and for the money this one is missing the mark.

    • oxide September 13, 2016, 10:05 am

      “Game” is a good word for the tiny house movement. It seems to vacillate between “how low can you go” and “how luxe can you go.”

    • sc September 13, 2016, 12:10 pm

      This build is from the show Tiny Luxury. The customer wanted a space that could seat a lot of people for eating and also turn into a bed for guests. I agree it looks RV and I dont like that kind of dining seating, but really what other idea could fit that kind of that need? There is a reason that layout is used so often.

  • Kim W September 12, 2016, 2:48 pm

    I love the stairs with storage, the kitchen and he bathroom. I presume there is a toilet somewhere? I would prefer a good quality sofa bed in the living area and would add a folding table somewhere for meal times. Otherwise it’s lovely!
    I have to admit that as a Brit who drives a small car and has never towed anything, I realise a THOW would have to stay put!

  • Sally Schrock September 12, 2016, 2:54 pm

    I like the open floor plan of this one, and the loft with its many windows is to die for! However, I do spy a safety flaw and that is the lack of a handrail to hold on to while ascending/descending the staircase, which should be a consideration particularly for older/disabled individuals. Other than that, it is stunning and well laid out.

  • Sarah September 12, 2016, 2:59 pm

    I love this! Loads of charm, good colors, love the windowbox especially. Way to go!

  • P Spears September 12, 2016, 4:01 pm

    The thow this group builds are pretty and they seem to use good quality materials, the downer are the prices, houses are extremely expensive,, many of them over $100,000

    • Grace September 15, 2016, 1:39 am

      I like the breakfast nook configuration great move. We are building a tiny guest house that will have a nature view. We wanted the room you spend the most time in to be the biggest and the most beautiful no lofts the living has a murphy bed.
      We bought a built shell , the it was on triple axle trailer so the walls and roof door insulation and ,window were there it is 12×25 we got it for 20,000. Our friend employee delivered it for 500. this cost was for a small problem they had along the way . Costs bigger window 7×6 two of them were a deal for 400.00 and fancy French vintage crystal chandelier 250.
      . For real cedar siding and house wrap 2200. I want a solar generator Our best friend is contractor his work free but his employees so far 3000 if it wasn’t for our friend I know it would be tons more . for the siding, wiring and plumbing kitchen appliance and bathroom will be 7000 it all adds up fast
      I had to live in one it would have to be at least 12×36 for a really nice size closet and a place to store linen and things. a real breakfast nook , and big garage for my workout equipment and camping hiking stuff. If these houses cost a 100.000 you would
      better off buying a small house in the suburb sounder investment in terms of returns

  • tanya hohe September 12, 2016, 5:12 pm

    I really like this one…for me personally I would get rid of some kitchen in order to have more living space…

  • Susanne September 12, 2016, 6:11 pm

    Love those windows!!!!!

  • Sara September 12, 2016, 6:26 pm

    As someone who currently lives in the south I can assure you that southern does not equate to cottage. Despite the title I like the interior design of the house :-)

  • Eric September 12, 2016, 8:46 pm

    One of the best I’ve seen, for sure. LOVE the loft area – probably the only one I’ve seen to date that makes me think I could actually sleep in one of those. I believe I saw this build on Tiny House Luxury. The table pops down to become part of a spare bed. the place looks comfortable and very livable, with decent storage (though, really, do ANY of these THOW’s have “decent” storage?), w/d, full sized kitchen applicances and It looks like a tub/shower. Very nice all around. Not my style, necessarily, but close.

  • sc September 13, 2016, 12:20 pm

    Very charming, I dont think the pictures really show the walk in closet next to the bathroom! That, the tub and the 7 window loft are the stars of this house.

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