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Brennan built this micro-cabin on wheels that packs so much into just 55 square feet! Step onto the flip-down deck and walk inside to the kitchenette space that includes a 2 burner propane cooktop, micro sink, a mini-fridge/freezer, and butcher block countertops.

Just beyond the kitchen is the living/dining/bedroom. During the daytime, it’s easily set up as a corner bench with a flip-up table, and at night it converts to a full-sized bed. It would work well as an office space or even as a tiny Airbnb if you had other access to a restroom. What do you think?

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Modern, Mobile Micro Cabin for $36k

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I love seeing what people can do with limited resources! For just $3k, Michael was able to create a super cool house on wheels using mainly reclaimed materials. He even has a sun porch!

He uses his micro THOW to travel the US and stay for free on BLM land. He’s spent most of his time since he went tiny in December 2020 in Arizona.

Michael even managed to fit a shower into this 60 square foot home! Enjoy his photo tour below, and read all about his conversion at the end of the post.

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Just 60 Square Feet (Plus a Sunroom) Micro THOW DIY

Michael’s $3K Micro Trailer 7

Images via Michael

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Rhett And Jennifer knew each other in high school and reconnected in college when they started dating. Believe it or not, the Cozy Roller THOW they now live in isn’t Rhett’s first tiny house build! Rhett and his dad built a THOW when he was in high school, but it was too bulky and heavy to travel in.

Learning from his previous “mistakes,” this 120 square foot THOW weighs just about 5,000 lbs and is easy for the couple to tow and use to travel the country. It even features a magical hidden bathroom, which is super neat. Want a tiny house like theirs? They are selling and building replicas of their innovative design for $30,000!

I also loved that they built what they could with the resources they had — right now they’re saving up for a stove/oven and washer/dryer and doing without in the meantime. Pretty wise for young people! You can watch the full tour from Tiny Home Tours below.

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Living & Traveling in a Micro THOW: Cozy Rollers

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