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This 172 sq. ft. Tumbleweed Mica Tiny House on Wheels is 20 feet long.

The outside is finished with hot rolled steel. Over time it oxidizes and gives it a rustic look and feel that’s easy to maintain.

The Mica is designed with the wheels completely under the house which helps give the ability to easily install a sliding glass door.

It’s a one level tiny house design without an upstairs sleeping loft. So if you don’t like ladders and still want to go tiny, something like this might be a good option.

172 Sq. Ft. Tumbleweed Mica Tiny House on Wheels


Images © Tumbleweed Houses

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When Brian Levy set himself out to design a tiny house he wanted to create something that was comfortable long-term, sustainable for the environment yet still stylish, and he didn’t want to compromise anywhere. He believed the Minim Home should feel amazing throughout. He’s also the founder of Micro Showcase, a place dedicated to showcasing micro buildings.

When you take the tour of his 210 sq. ft. modern tiny house below I think you’ll agree that he accomplished all of those goals with this 11′ wide by 22′ long footprint home. Sure it’s a wide load, but Brian’s logic is sound. Most little houses spend most of their time being lived in, not moved. So it makes sense to go wider.

And yes, the home is still built right onto a trailer so your home can be towed and moved when and if you ever wanted or needed to move it. When you go inside you’ll find all of the comforts of home. A kitchen, multi-functioning table, stools, sofa with room for five people, giant projector screen for entertainment, roll out bed (instead of a loft), 5’x7′ office area, 5′ closet, bathroom, and bookcase that holds 150+ books.

Brian Levy’s Modern & Genius 210 Sq. Ft. Minim Tiny Home


Images © Paul Burk/Minim Micro Homes

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Guest Post by Stew MacInnes of Maximus Extreme Living Solutions

I hope this note finds you well. Here are some photos of our latest tiny house. This model we have affectionately named the Dorian tiny house.

It was built for a customer in Orlando and just arrived there about an hour ago. The Dorian features:

  • exposed beams,
  • stainless steel shower,
  • vaulted ceilings,
  • a day-bed with underneath storage compartments,
  • a large wardrobe closet,
  • a stainless steel desk,
  • and tall kitchen cabinetry with a butcher-block top and a commercial grade metal roof.

And it’s all packed into one level (that means no sleeping loft).


I encourage you to enjoy the rest of this Maximus tiny house tour below (and then let us know your thoughts about it in the comments):

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