This one-of-a-kind Cedar and metal tiny home was built by Drew, a creative and driven designer with a passion for sustainable living in style. Most of the materials were reclaimed from a variety of resources and recycled into ideal use. It’s fully solar-powered by a 1200 watt Renogy system, three 170 amp-hour Lithium Iron batteries, and a 3000-watt inverter/charger.
The interior is laid out like a luxury suite with healthy plants adorning the walls, operatable skylights to brighten the space, and custom artwork for a unique touch. The functional bathroom holds a toilet and full shower with a high-efficiency head and dampener valve. The kitchen has abundant storage with an induction cooktop and built-in wall oven aside from a gorgeous 24×48 tile for the backsplash.
The most outstanding feature of this DIY build is the seamless drop-down deck and fold-out awning. Drew can have a beautiful porch with shaded seats and endless views in a matter of minutes!
Most of you know Marsha and her famous tiny house builds that she has so graciously shared with us over the years. This is an update on her 8×8 shed tiny house since she added a customized French door.
From her micro houses to her short-bus skoolie conversion, to her more recent truck-bed micro cottage and her shed tiny house in Denton, North Carolina, Marsha has built quite a number of micro and tiny homes. In this post, you’ll get to see the latest improvements to her 8×8 shed-based tiny home! The most notable improvement is that she replaced a standard white exterior door with a custom French door which makes the world of a difference! Check it out!
This is a Theater-inspired Tiny Home on Wheels by Tiny Heirloom. And it’s actually available right now under their pre-loved tiny homes section (for sale).
This tiny house was featured in their television series, Tiny Luxury, which is on the HGTV/DIY Network and the tiny home could be yours with an asking price of $94,900 lowered to $89,900. It’s called the Theater Home. More info below!
This is a brick tiny house in Santo Antonio do Pinhal, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
It’s an open layout cabin with a kitchenette, living area with smart TV, full bathroom, bedroom area, and plenty of nature to enjoy outside. Would you build something like this? See what you think below!
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