Tiny Heirloom is a new tiny house builder in Portland, Oregon that focuses on luxury tiny homes on wheels hand-built.
And right now I wanted to show you one of their very first tiny houses on a trailer with dormers. Tiny Heirloom offers off grid designs, on-grid homes, wind and solar power, and more.
One of my favorite features of this little house is the orange painted door with modern hardware. There’s a covered front porch to keep the rain off of you while unlocking your door.
Once you go inside you’ll immediately see the luxury high end kitchenette and sleeping loft with dormers directly above. Near the kitchen is the bathroom. And the rest is your open living area. Please enjoy, talk about it in the comments, and re-share below.
Tiny Heirloom Luxury Tiny House on Wheels
Images © TinyHeirloom
Images © TinyHeirloom
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Just beautiful! I’m a HUGE fan of “luxury” tiny homes because it allows anyone that is downsizing to pay outright for these homes and still have $cash$ in the bank after paying for it. Also, it allows any person with the skill set that chooses to build a tiny home themselves to see all sorts of possibilities and keep their own build-out as cost effective as they need.
I had to laugh when I saw the sleeping area and it’s bazillion windows! LOL Since I suffer from such serious claustrophobia, if I were 20 years old again, THIS would be the loft for me!
Nice job. Thanks, Alex. You really do the ‘heavy lifting’ around HERE with all the tasty tiny homes you share with us. <3
Thanks Cahow :))
Really. 65k to 300k? That defeats the whole purpose behind tiny homes.
To me tiny homes are supposed to be affordable…casting off the
Materialism. Now, commercial interests are trying to take the movement over.
I hear ya Phil that’s a whole lot of money! Not that building one is easy or quick to do. For someone who can afford it, paying for it to be done for you will be quite the time saver. Most people spend 1-2 years building one.
I can get a shell for a faction of the price (which is my plan) and save hundreds of hours. I can by one that is complete for 30k.
And most people who can afford 65k usually have no interest in a tiny home….
perplexing….seems to me you could build a 24 footer without all the “luxury” and sell more thereby making about the same money.
as for 1 to 2 years…not if you do it right. I looked up retired contractors who were more than eager to volunteer their time. All it takes is a little ingenuity and a tiny home can go up in a few months.
your homes are beautiful….just too pricey…
If you don’t have a full time job and can dedicate full time effort to the build (and you have a solid plan and experience) it can be done in 2-3 months.
Getting some retired contractors (friends/family?) to help you for free can definitely speed things up.
For most people the shell is the fun part because it’s quick and you can see the results of your labor go up quickly. What takes time and gets frustrating is the finish work. Just my thoughts! Thanks Phil
This house is beautiful and the craftsmanship is great. But the $65,000 -300,000 price point isn’t something I could ever consider. I think it cuts into the concept debt free living, but if you have the money this is a great option. Nice post.
I’m with you Jasmine. I know some people can afford it. Not many, I guess. To stay debt-free and keep the price down it’s really best to build yourself along with the help of family/friends (and pizza parties). Thanks Jasmine!
I’ve been with the THM ever since the beginning and it is wonderful and amazing to see the evolution of tiny housing. One by one, people have been addressing the problems with TH living; everything from lots of windows to combat claustrophobia, to marine toilets, to staircases for seniors, to washing machine/dryer combination and dishwasher appliances, to indoor showers, to luxury living. It’s so exciting, every day I can’t wait to jump into my TH mail and see all the new goodies.
Yes, thank you, Alex, for all you do. We certainly appreciate your great and wonderful efforts. You’re the best!
Wow, thanks Lisa! That’s so nice of you to say. And I couldn’t agree more. It’s so fun to watch the THM evolve and get better and better day by day. It’s fascinating! And I think you all are the best. Tiny house people are the absolute coolest, most down to earth group of humans I’ve ever encountered. I’m very lucky to be apart of this community/movement. Thank you all.
I have to agree with you whole heartedly, Alex; I, too, have never met such a marvelous group of down-to-earth, loving, creative, good people as I have been privileged to meet in the THM. I guess good leadership has brought good people together! 😉
I agree. The stainless appliances are really nice looking in there. Thanks Jeremy.
I never, ever thought I would say this (and I’ll probably deny I ever did!), but this all-white interior is very attractive with the dark woodwork! Normally I say I need color; this tiny house may be the exception. Thanks for provoking thought.
But the price tag is mind-boggling, and somewhat demoralizing.
Hoping to hear from you.
Delightful ! Cost ???? thanks
Have a 2010 Tacoma .What’s size tiny house can I tow?