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This is to announce the new Backyard Studio tiny house plans from Tiny Home Builders.

It’s designed to serve the purpose of creating extra space for your work and/or hobbies in your backyard.

The design includes a slanted shed-style roof and the model that’s built has a modern look and feel.

Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Backyard Studio Tiny House Plans

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Remember Alek’s amazing DIY tiny house on wheels that I showed you a while back?

If you haven’t seen it be sure you check it out because it’s one of my favorite designs.

And now I’m glad to announce that Alek has made the plans available for us to purchase.

This means you can download the plans and build a tiny home just like theirs.

Or you can take the SketchUp File he provides and customize it to your own needs more specifically (if you wanted).

The Tiny Project Tiny House Plans and SketchUp Files


See and learn more (for free) below before you buy:

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Some of you may already know about Dee Williams’ Don Vardo which is meant to be a cute writing studio, guest suite or just a weekend get-away wagon.

These little gypsy-style caravans are a great alternative to travel trailers, tent camping, and teardrop campers.

They’re as aesthetically pleasing as a tiny house on a trailer with the functionality and ease of mobility of a small camper.

Dee Williams’ Portland Alternative Dwellings

PAD is a tiny house construction company that’s based in Portland, Oregon. The organization is dedicated to building small spaces that are better for the environment.

Right now all of their structures are designed to be constructed on trailers so that you can take it with you wherever life takes you. Customers of Portland Alternative Dwellings have been using them for…

  • Backyard office space
  • Guest quarters
  • Writing studios
  • Retreats
  • Camping trailers

Vardo Tiny House on Wheels by Dee Williams

PAD Don Vardo by Dee WilliamsPhoto Credit Portland Alternative Dwellings

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