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Tiny Heirloom in Oregon just shared this fantastic custom build they created for a client. This rustic-lodge-themed THOW is anything but ordinary, and so different from most of the more modern and bright builds we’re seeing lately (and that’s a good thing — love variety!).

From the arched doorway to the antler chandelier to the custom vine-inspired wrought iron railings, this tiny home feels like a woodland retreat. You have to check it out!

Custom build means a custom price, so you can contact Tiny Heirloom here for pricing.

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Arches, Wrought Iron & Antlers: Rustic Lodge THOW

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This is the Contempo Tiny House on Wheels. It’s a 250-square-foot tiny home available over at Tiny Heirloom.

Upon entering the 250ft² Contempo, there are over 14 feet of windows towering over the double staircase. Each staircase has custom metal handrails that complement the modern design. The space below each run of stairs will feature over 60 ft.³ of drawers and shelving to facilitate everything at home would need!

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The Contempo Tiny House on Wheels (FOR SALE)

The Contempo Tiny House (For Sale) via Tiny Heirloom

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This is to let you know that Tiny Heirloom has launched a new YouTube Channel featuring an upcoming array of tiny house videos which you can check out below.

From how to’s, tours, client interviews, tiny house design and construction projects, and more… Go check it out and subscribe! You’ll also be introduced to the new owners and team behind Tiny Heirloom.

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Tiny Heirloom New YouTube Channel Launch

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This is a beautiful 10-ft wide tiny house that’s available for $49,995 under Tiny Heirloom’s pre-loved tiny houses for sale section. It looks pretty nice, doesn’t it?

Inside, it lives much like a residential-quality home because it’s built to those standards. And at $49,995, it might be a deal worth considering. What do you think?

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10-ft Wide Tiny House on Wheels For $49,995

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This is the Tiny Traveling Dream Home by Tiny Heirloom. It’s a preowned tiny house that’s for sale via Tiny Heirloom‘s pre-loved tiny homes for sale section.

The Shea Family approached Tiny Heirloom to have their gooseneck trailer designed with a rustic yet clean aesthetic that was inspired by the house that they moved out of. This family of four took into consideration of traveling around the country while teaching their children about life and adventure. What do you think?

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Tiny Traveling Dream Home For Sale… A THOW Designed for Family

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This is the Pioneer Tiny House by Tiny Heirloom. It’s a tiny house on wheels with a main floor bedroom, a feature that’s popular for people who want to avoid ladders and staircases, especially during the middle of the night.

So this tiny house is actually available for sale, you can learn more about it and check on the availability below. It’s priced at $74,995 but according to the for sale listing, it would normally cost $128,500 to have custom-built this. So if you consider that, I suppose it’s a pretty nice discount.

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The Pioneer Tiny House on Wheels with a Main Floor Sleeping by Tiny Heirloom

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