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This is an Escape One XL Tiny House With White Interior!

How do you like it in white? Do you prefer it over the natural wood? Or would you prefer another color other than white?

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Escape One XL Tiny House w/ White Interior

Escape One XL Tiny House With White Interior – 001

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This is a beautiful Australian tiny house on wheels with a murphy bed built into the design. Also, it’s a steel-framed tiny house which makes it more lightweight and therefore more pleasant to tow and maneuver.

It’s wonderful! It even has a built-in outdoor space with overhead coverage so you’re not stuck out of luck in the rain. It’s called the Beach Shack and it’s built by a company called Tiny Homes Tilba Australia. For a 21-foot tiny house, we think it packs quite the punch! What do you think?

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21-foot Australian Tiny House With WONDERFUL Design

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This is the latest 28-foot, 360-square-foot tiny house on wheels by Liberation Tiny Homes. It features a galvanized metal roof, metal and stained pine siding, Andersen 100 Series windows, RV hookups, an LG 9000 BTU mini-split heating and cooling system, and more.

It’s priced at $71,600 and measures 28-feet long, 8.5-feet wide, and 13-feet 6-inches tall. So what do you think, could you see yourself living tiny in a unit like this? If not, would you go smaller or larger? Let’s talk about it in the comments.

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28-foot, 360-square-foot THOW by Liberation Tiny Homes

28-foot 360-square-foot THOW by Liberation Tiny Homes 001

Images © Liberation Tiny Homes

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This is a new Boho XL Tiny House Floor Plan from ESCAPE with a private bedroom on the main floor, or you could choose to go with the other option which is more of an open-concept design. Kind of like a studio.

It’s pretty cool because they’re constantly coming up with new customizations and add-ons for their customers. So which do you like better, the open-concept or the private bedroom? I think I would prefer the open-concept myself. 🙂

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New Boho XL Tiny House Floor Plans with Private Bedroom OR Open Concept/Studio Layout

New Boho XL Tiny House with Private Bedroom or Open-Concept

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This is the 32-foot Lupine Tiny House on Wheels by Wind River Tiny Homes.

One side of this tiny house has plenty of windows plus a sliding glass door while the other side features just one window and the front door. This sort of design could come in handy for a passive solar positioning on your property, don’t you think?

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32-Foot Lupine Tiny House on Wheels Built by Wind River Tiny Homes

32-Foot Lupine Tiny House with Amazing Kitchen - Built on Gooseneck Trailer

Photos via Windy River Tiny Homes

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This is a contemporary 20-foot tiny house on wheels by MitchCraft Tiny Homes. It’s designed and built to withstand all four seasons.

When you step inside, you have to wonder how they fit all of this into 20-feet – a full kitchen, bathroom w/ washer/dryer, beautiful storage staircase, sleeping loft with storage, and a living area with a cozy couch – well done!

The outside is finished with cedar tongue-and-groove with board-and-batten siding. It also features premium vinyl windows, skylight, and more. The unit is available for $68,550.

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20-Foot MitchCraft Tiny House with Queen Loft (For Sale)

Contemporary 20-Foot MitchCraft Tiny House

Images © MitchCraft Tiny Homes
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