This is the San Juan Tiny House on Wheels by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.
We decided to go with as much reclaimed material as possible, mostly because I had a ton of such material already laying around at the shop!
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Wow!! This house is stunning!! And I LOVE LOVE LOVE the manual bed!!! So many gorgeous and ingenious materials used, so many beautiful touches. LOVE the bathroom faucet, too! 😀
Only the 2nd THOW I could actually picture myself living in. Great and beautiful job, guys.
Hey, Shawna! Thanks! I’m glad you loved it too. The manual bed is awesome! So what’s the 1st THOW you can see yourself living in?
love the use & look of re claimed materials
Me too! And the curvy roofline…
….In the end, the “Artistic Touch “….is always the winner….more than words…
Stunning. Very well planned out, roomy feeling, comfortable looking….In short, looks like home to me. I love the pull out pantries, love the narrow closet and the wonderful wardrobe in that really attractive bathroom. Sleeping on the first floow is a big plus. So, I can deal with using a ladder (maybe) to get to stored “stuff” not in daily use in the loft. Oh and to house the occassional visitor. The kitchen appears to be more than I would even need, and everything I could want. BTW that resin treatment in the live wood counter is very cool. So many nice points. I would love to see this one in person. I am sure it would not disappoint. Congratulations to the designer and the builder.
Hey Kathy, thanks for the feedback on it, I’m glad you enjoyed it too. I would love to also see this one in person. It’s very well thought out. I’m sure they will enjoy it for many, many years.
Excellent! Great design and fantastic use of recycled materials! Amazing what you can do with common household items and imagination! Love the water taps!
SO-O-O-O-O Cute The Best of luck to you – thanks for sharing 🙂
This tiny house is absolutely beautiful. It has the personal touches that make it feel like home.
I was wondering… The first thing i notice was the roof… It is Beautiful in shape… And contrast… But…
The front of the roof where it slopes down… In front of the door…
Then i saw a pic… Where there was
Like a porch… And the roof had solar panels on it… Right where that slope came down over the door… What about rain… And
Run off… Looks like it would ruin off right in front of the door… And onto the solar panels if they are there 24/7… I could not tell if the house had gutters on it… I guess I’m wondering why they put that slope down right inn front of the door… The home inside is beautiful… I Love All the Special sometimes quirky features… I just had to ask… As like i said…the roof at the front door was the first thing that caught my eye… Mainly because i was thinking ahead… And wouldn’t want to get showered outside…
Thanks Alex… You do a Great Job…
Showing places… Answering questions…. Sorry this is so long…
Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Alice. I honestly didn’t give it much thought at a first glance when I did the post, but it’s a very interesting point.
I really like this house. It is very pretty. Last picture is like where I live. Is why I want a tiny home and rid our modular. Keep our property. Is so beautiful up here. I love cleanliness and a home that is very neatly kept. Tiny homes you have to keep them neatly kept. This is unusual looking on the outside. Is what struck my eye.
Wow! Really unique and beautiful!
what’s the cost, and weight,
I love the wood details and the round windows. Many beautiful touches.
I love all the clever built-in storage and unusual materials. The tongue and groove chest of drawers is gorgeous. And is that a locking gun case in one of the lofts? Excellent idea to mount it to a cabinet up high and out of the way.
Wow Great Job from you and your builder. I love the elevator bed and the underneath with fabric or blanket exposed when the bed is up. I just love everything you have done and will be saving your design and check out your builder. I didn’t see anywhere the cost of the build. You got everything to off grid icing which is great. Good thermal curtains and great taste on your tiny additions like the facet in the bathroom. It is warm looking and feeling, and inviting.
Its a great set up for water catchment and storage. Your flip down Porch is another well thought out idea. You have killer Views. Is this San Juan Washington State? I could come back and look at this again and still find great stuff. Liked the Video. Thank You for sharing and many happy years of peace and enjoyment.