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This 112 Sq. Ft. Yellow Box Truck Tiny House and Office is a guest post by Sandy Caswell – share yours too!

This big yellow truck was born a 1998 E350 Ryder Moving Van with a Triton V8 under the hood and a 16-foot box. My husband, sons and I converted it to my mobile home/office.

We added a 30-inch patio with fold down steps onto the back. After we insulated and paneled it, the interior dimensions are 7.5 x 15 feet = 112.5 sq. ft.

It is wired for electric but there is no running water. I discovered that by cutting my hair short, I can wash it and my entire body in 1 gallon of water warmed in the microwave oven. To go to the bathroom, I use a 6-gallon pail, lined with a heavy black plastic bag into which I scoop cedar shavings.

I live in it about 6 months out of the year, traveling from festivals to glamping rallies and visiting friends and family. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!

Sandy’s 112 Sq. Ft. Yellow Box Truck Tiny House

Sandy's 112 Sq. Ft. Yellow Box Truck Tiny House

Images © Sandy Caswell

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I’m sure most of you are familiar with the film TINY: the Movie, it was produced by Christopher Smith and Merete Mueller.

They are owners of a beautiful 127 square feet home located in Colorado that costs almost nothing to power.

The couple always wanted to own their own property in the mountains but didn’t realize they could really pursue that dream until they stumbled upon the tiny house movement.

This was going to be their first construction project they had ever attempted so it was challenging but their desire to simplify and own their own house overcame all of the obstacles.


I encourage you to come inside to see the full tour below:

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I’m excited to show you my friend Joe’s latest tiny house build. He’s the man behind Tennessee Tiny Homes who I got to have beers with while at Deek and Steven’s Relaxshacks.com workshop in North Carolina earlier this year. The house has already been delivered to a customer near the Arkansas/Louisiana border.

I think you’ll enjoy the interior because for some reason most people don’t end up installing murphy beds in tiny houses. And I just don’t get that. But Joe finally did just that and I’d love to read your thoughts about it in the comments. I think it’s a great way to avoid the need for a sleeping loft and you can instead use the available loft space for storage. You’ve got to love the built in porch, too. I’m sure it disassembles relatively easy for when you need to tow the house. But for me something like this is a must.

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Tiny House w/ a Covered Entry/Porch


Photo Credit Tennessee Tiny Homes

I encourage you to take the rest of the tour below:

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One of my favorite parts about tiny houses is actually visiting them and giving them a tour in person.

But that’s not always easy or possible. So the next best thing is drooling over photos of tiny houses online, right?

That’s why I’m so excited to show you the Almost Glamping Tiny House and introduce you to the folks behind it.

They just shared their most recent interior photos of the house and I really think you’ll enjoy it. Let’s start by showing you the exterior first though. 🙂

Almost glamping tiny house

Photo Credits Almost Glamping

Isn’t it beautiful? I like how it’s perfectly symmetrical. To me, it’s so pleasing to the eye. 🙂

Let’s go inside below:

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