Ethan has recently finished the long process of designing and building his own DIY tiny house on wheels in Vermont.
And it has a lot of unique features like a secret cat door, track door to bathroom, large useful kitchen with double sink, and lots more.
He’s really done an incredible job of creating a tiny home that fits his needs perfectly. And now he’s excited to share it with you and me along with how he did it.
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Ethan’s Tiny House on Wheels in Vermont
Images © Ethan Waldmen/RelaxShacks
This is a guest post by Ethan Waldman, author of Tiny House Decisions
When I was sure that I was going to build a Tiny House on Wheels, the first major purchase that I made was a set of plans. Once that was out of the way, I started shopping for trailers.
One of the first major purchases I made for my tiny house on wheels was a flat bed trailer. You certainly can’t start building a tiny house on wheels without one! There are so many options when it comes to trailers. New trailers, used ones, converted trailers from RV’s, farm trailers, etc. One thing seemed certain: trailers were not cheap.