Janis and Glen were nearing retirement age and looking for a downsizing option that would let them live close to the water. When they came across a renovated Airstream in the Tiny Tranquility park, they jumped at the opportunity. But the Airstream ended up being a little too tiny — so Janis started researching tiny house companies until she finally settled on Timbercraft Tiny Homes.
Her nearly 400-square foot home is absolutely stunning, with a ground floor bedroom for her and her husband, a loft room for their daughter, a large bathroom, and a great room/kitchen with bright blue cabinetry. All the windows inside let in stunning natural light. Let us know what you think!
It says that it’s a NOAH-certified tiny house and was built in 2019 by a general contractor. Please take the tour and let us know what you think. Is this a tiny house design that you can see yourself in?
This Custom Built Gypsy Wagon Tiny House is a guest post by Eric Elliot.
I decided that it was time to build a tiny house when the rent on my studio apartment doubled. I didn’t want just a simple, boring box, so I decided to build a modern gypsy wagon.
I began by making a model, which was very helpful, since my idea of canting the walls out, in the traditional style, turned out to be a big mistake. Every angle would then have to be separately calculated, so I decided to simplify things and build the walls square instead.
Since the wagon was going to be small, even by tiny house standards, (just over 100 square feet) I wanted it to be as comfortable as possible. I was working on a limited budget, but I spared no expense on insulating the walls, roof, and even floor. That was the best decision I made on this project!
I’ve always wanted to built a house with my hands, and this was my opportunity to make every element attractive. I built a diamond pane bow-window for the bedroom, and made all the windows in the wagon stained glass. Small vent windows at either end allow for a nice cross breeze.
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In this post I wanted to show you Molecule Tiny Homes latest tiny house project which is a 9′ x 20′ home built on skids.
It was built for a client so it’s already sold for $45,000 USD. That might sound like a lot of money but it’s a ready made, ready to live in tiny home. A really nice one too. Inside there’s even a full size soaking bath tub and staircase to a 9’x10′ sleeping loft. And much more. You just have to look at it below.
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