This is Gudrun’s Modern THOW Office. It’s a beautiful and fully livable THOW used as a writer’s workspace. She is a Natural Hoof Care Specialist in Nova Scotia who uses this amazing tiny to observe horses and do her daily tasks.
Gudrun used Vina Lustado’s plans as her inspiration for this modern beach cottage THOW, which she adapted to her own style and needs. 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!
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!
Kent pointed this eBay listing earlier in the week and I couldn’t get over what a cool idea it is as a hobby house on wheels. There are so many people out there with hobbies and something like this would be of awesome use to them for MANY reasons…
More space for your stuff
A portable area to take with you to events
Light and small enough to be pulled by almost any vehicle
A portable office so that you can work anywhere?Â Mobile backyard office?
This can be useful for so many different kinds of artists (music, painting, pottery, jewelry making, and so much more…). Not only does it provide extra space to store some of the tools you need for whatever is that you do but it also can be used as a place to display and sell your work at events. Add a simple awning with a neat wooden sign and you would be in business! Some outside shelves and fold out tables wouldn’t hurt to bring, either… Here are some photos from the eBay listing… Something like this seems very easy and affordable to put together. This one is built on a 5′ x 6′ two wheeled trailer (one axle). It has 2′ porches in the front and rear. Built with 2×4’s and plywood siding and painted barn red.
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