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The Domino Tiny House


This is the Domino Tiny House on Wheels.

It’s built by Modern Tiny Living out of Columbus, Ohio.

Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

The Domino Tiny House on Wheels by Modern Tiny Living!

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Video: Domino, a Modern & Cozy Tiny House

Highlights

  • Rendition of their Kokosing model
  • Dark floors
  • White walls/cabinets
  • Contrasting wood countertops
  • Available to rent at Try It Tiny (search for “domino”)
  • 24ft Trailer Made Custom Tiny Home Trailer Foundation
  • Steel Roof
  • Vinyl flooring
  • White PVC interior walls
  • Staircase with built-in storage
  • Large spacious living room
  • Built in benches with storage
  • Built in bookcases
  • Large queen loft
  • Bathroom with flush toilet, shelving, fiberglass shower and custom barn door
  • Kitchen with custom cabinets, farmhouse fixtures, hickory countertops, 30 inch granite sink, four burner stove top, over the range microwave/hood, 18.2 cu ft. refrigerator
  • $65,000 as shown (actual pricing depends on options)

Learn more about this model here.

Resources

  1. Modern Tiny Living
  2. Contact
  3. The Domino
  4. Facebook
  5. Instagram
  6. YouTube

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  • David Pedersen March 12, 2018, 11:15 am

    Too masculine with all this grey and black. This must be some kind of American fab. And bad choice of white exterior. It will look dirty in no time.

  • merryl March 12, 2018, 1:22 pm

    wow very nice.but it could use some color.

  • Tom Osterdock March 12, 2018, 2:35 pm

    I guess that is why they call it the domino, all black and white. Nice but I agree I would have to have some color to it.

  • Melanie Vadzemnieks March 12, 2018, 4:47 pm

    This might be my favorite tiny to date. I would add color with pieces of art that I want to keep. It’s beautiful and quite functional. Love it!

  • Linda Borders April 8, 2018, 8:30 pm

    Very nice! Did you notice the pull down mirrors over the dining counter? That was a great idea!!

    If it was for me, I’d make a couple of small changes. Since I’m just one person, I’d change the stove to 2 burners and the fridge to a 9 cubic foot. If I had a combo W/D, I’d extend the counter top down to the book case, which I’d change to pull out storage for laundry supplies, and put the W/D under the counter top. Personally I’d prefer a small stackable W/D. In that case I’d shift the entire kitchen down to the book case and put the W/D between the fridge and bathroom. I’d change the book case to a pull out pantry.

    That would probably be too much weight on one side, so then I’d shorten the counter space and put the W/D across from the fridge. Then I’d add a drop down counter between the counter and book case. Now you’d have both a work space and a place to eat. Yep, I like it! ❤

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