Do you remember the £1,000 tiny house called the “Tiny France” we showed you a couple months ago?
The architect of that home, Joshua Woodsman, has created an excellent book, “How to Build a Tiny House,” which includes more than 1,000 illustrations in 276 pages. It also provides dimensions in inches for those who aren’t on the metric system! You can get all the details about what the book includes (and the cost and where to buy it) below the pictures.
Wanting a general guide to building a tiny house? Something that can get you started on the right track, and let you know exactly what to think about when going the DIY route?
Check out this Instructable by Trask River Productions. They are working with teenagers in a vocational wood shop inside of a youth correctional facility to build this 250 sq. ft. THOW. The exterior is now finished, but they’ll be updating with the interior “fun” stuff soon.
You can watch their progress in pictures here, and follow the instructions here.
Trask River Productions: How to Build a Tiny House
If you’re wondering how you securely bolt and attach a stick built tiny house onto a flat bed trailer you’re at the right place.
This is something I’ve wondered about for a long time before I finally figured it out by attending workshops and asking builders, so you’re definitely not alone in wondering how it’s done.
Fortunately, you don’t have to go anywhere to learn the basics of how to attach a tiny house to a trailer, you can simply watch the video below and gain a good understanding of how to properly secure a stick built tiny house to your own utility trailer. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you.
How to Bolt and Attach your Tiny House to a Trailer
Welcome to the captivating world of building a tiny house on wheels, where creativity and craftsmanship combine to create compact yet comfortable living spaces.
In this post, we’ll delve into the detailed process of constructing the Robins Nest, the second project by the innovative Brevard Tiny House Company. From the initial design to the final touches, you’ll witness the intricate steps involved in crafting this charming tiny home.
The journey begins with a meticulous design process. The Brevard Tiny House Company collaborates closely with its clients, creating scale models to precisely meet their needs and desires. The Robins Nest was conceptualized with a deck cleverly built over the tongue of the trailer, adding a unique and practical feature that sets it apart.
This is Art’s SIP Tiny House on Wheels. SIP stands for Structurally Insulated Panels. They come pre-manufactured with insulation and everything. All you have to do is put the panels together. Don’t worry, at the bottom half of this article, you’ll see how it’s all done.
The outside of Art’s house was covered with 100-year-old reclaimed cypress from around the area in Louisiana. You would never know it was built with SIPs from looking at it, right? Much of the trim and structural supports for the structure are antique pine that was removed from barns and other buildings in the surrounding area.
Inside you’ll find fresh and locally milled tongue and groove cypress to clad the interior walls and ceiling. The flooring is antique pine salvaged from the surrounding area. When you walk inside it actually feels roomy thanks to the 11′ ceiling. The couch triples it’s service as a convertible guest bed while serving even more with storage underneath.
Be sure you take a look at the way Art designed and built his loft ladder because it folds up in a unique, space-saving way that’s great for tiny houses. Enjoy! To explore more amazing tiny homes like this, join our Tiny House Newsletter. It’s free and you’ll be glad you did! We even give you free downloadable tiny house plans just for joining.
Art’s SIP Tiny House on Wheels
Photo Credit Art
I encourage you to see and learn about the rest of this unique little house below:
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