This is the Lucky Linden Tiny House on Wheels!
According to Tumbleweed, Meg and her husband, Dan, spent around 3 years and $25,000 to build it.
… the build took a lot longer than I wanted it to! Basically it was done in two or three chunks of time, separated by long stretches where very little or no work was being done. This was because we wanted to build the Lucky Linden without going into debt, so I would work on it when I had a stash of money saved up.3
Couple’s Lucky Linden Tiny Home on Wheels
Looks beautiful in the yard, doesn’t it?
Notice the unique floating staircase that takes you to the loft!
The kitchen and bathroom sit directly underneath the sleeping loft
I love the big sink in this tiny kitchen (a must for me!)
Nicely placed mirror (did you notice the magnetic spice rack in the ceiling?)
I love this bathroom!
The living area (with additional storage loft above)
View from the sleeping loft (with mounted flatscreen TV)
Notice the baskets for storage above the window!
There’s nothing like home!
Did I mention they also have two doggies?
Also – be sure you head over to Meg’s blog, MegBuilds.com!
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