No matter what, moving into a tiny house on wheels requires some sacrifices. But if a luxurious shower experience is something on your “must-have” list, then the 300 square foot Orchid from New Frontier Tiny Homes should be on your short-list. Designer David Latimer (@davidlatimer_ on Instagram) managed to include a full-size shower in this 32-foot model.
This THOW sleeps four: Two in the king-sized loft and two in a pull-out sofa bed on the main level. The LED valance lighting is warm and dimmable and the skylights, french doors, and garage-door window let plenty of natural light in during the day. Please enjoy the photo tour below, and be sure to check out more from New Frontier Tiny Homes.
New Frontier Tiny Homes calls their Cornelia model the “Artist’s Muse” and it’s easy to see why. Complete with a fold-down writer’s desk and wrap-around shelving, this cozy 24-foot THOW is the perfect space to write America’s next great novel (or some blog posts).
Designer David Latimer (@davidlatimer_ on Instagram) created the house for bestselling author Cornelia Funke, and now you can have a replica. The loft bedroom features 270-degree views which definitely helps the claustrophobia factor, and the ladder rolls all around the house, making it easy to access books or knickknacks stored on the shelves.
This is the story of the Cedar Mountain Tiny House that was built by David Latimer after attending a Tumbleweed workshop back in 2015 with his father.
David went on to modifying the plans he bought at the workshop and started building two of his first tiny homes, one of them being this one. Afterward, as you may know, he went on to start New Frontier Tiny Homes, an epic tiny house company that has designed/built some of the most incredible tiny homes. So I guess you can say this is a chance to own a bit of history. This tiny house is available for $89,000 via Tiny House Listings. More details below.
A Tiny House w/ History For Sale… David Latimer’s Cedar Mountain Tiny House
This is the New Frontier Tiny House that literally runs on Dunkin’. Yes, New Frontier Tiny Homes and Blue Marble Energy partnered with Dunkin’ Donuts to design and build a tiny house that is powered by a biofuel blend made using 80% used Dunkin’ Donuts coffee grounds.2 That’s pretty awesome, right? Can you imagine something like this being used widely? That would be incredible!
Blue Marble Biomaterials helped develop the fuel and New Frontier created the electrical system that optimized the home. Every appliance and feature found in a full size home is in this unit.1
This is the Escher Tiny House on Wheels by New Frontier Tiny Homes. This house was designed and built to suit a couple with a baby (as their full-time home).
It’s an incredible custom tiny house built on a gooseneck trailer featuring large windows and a garage door that opens up to the outdoors. What do you think, could you see yourself raising a baby here for a few years?
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