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Tiny House on Wheels w/ Big Kitchen and Double Sink Vanity

This is a tiny house on wheels built by Tiny Living Homes with a big kitchen and a double sink vanity in the bathroom which makes it a great tiny home to share.

From the outside, you’ll see it features a slanted shed-style roof and the structure sits on a sturdy triple-axle utility trailer.

When you go inside, you’ll find a staircase to the loft, large kitchen, fold down bar, additional loft, and a large bathroom with a double sink vanity and a washer/dryer inside. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Tiny House on Wheels w/ Big Kitchen and Double Sink Vanity

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A great home for those who don’t want to give up their kitchen! Built with a shed style roof, engineered flooring and large storage staircase.
Your tiny home should be suitable to your lifestyle and needs. We build all our tiny homes custom for each client, and can fully customize to suit your specifications!

Related: 224 Sq. Ft. Tiny House on Wheels by Tiny Living Homes

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  • eric January 11, 2016, 5:03 pm

    great layout except I am concern the sliding door might not support weight when climbing on iron bars to above the other loft.

    • Kathleen-Florida January 11, 2016, 8:05 pm

      I didn’t for a minute think that those bars were for climbing. But now that you mention it, I think you are right. They ARE for climbing, and they DON’T look sturdy enough. Maybe it’s just for the kids/teens to get up there, and not a 200 pound man.

    • DB January 12, 2016, 1:37 pm

      Maybe the bottom of the door has some solid wheels to support the weight ? If not it does seem like a good idea but poorly engineered. My personal first glance issue is the stool stored under the couch that serves as a seat for the fold down desk. It leaves no knee space so you’re leaning over the desk and either the stool or the couch would be not ideal sitting height. Better would be have the stool and couch the same height with the two ends of the couch fixed and the stool move out for desk use. It could even have a back rest then.

      • Melody January 13, 2016, 12:59 pm

        I accidentally clicked report link, sorry! I just wanted to comment that I was thinking the same thing about knee room, and why wouldn’t you just use the eating counter? It seems weird to have two large surfaces across from each other.

        • DB January 13, 2016, 1:11 pm

          No worries Melody, I’m sure the admin will see your note.

    • eric January 15, 2016, 3:07 am

      Not that eric, the original from New Zealand… LOL

      I thought those bars were drying racks for tea towels etc, what with them being right next to the gas fireplace (a Dickenson?)

      But having looked at it with fresh eyes, no problem as climbing devices so long as the wood door is solid wood, and the bars are BOLTED to aforementioned door.

  • Kendra January 11, 2016, 5:18 pm

    Absolutely LOVE this design! Everything about it! Maybe only one change to this design and that would be putting in an egress sky light, so that we could look up a the stars and the egress for emergency situations.

    But LOVELY, and I’ve pinned this for future reference!

  • Kim Pratt January 11, 2016, 6:31 pm

    I like the roomy kitchen with regular size appliances and that it is on the end of the house and the bathroom is on the other end with regular size shower. I hope that barn door supports a person’s weight, but it is a neat idea to put it on the door that slides across. I would like to have more room in the middle to make a living room & sleeping area (for those of us who can’t do the loft), with dresser / closet store, an electric fireplace and tv area. Also, an area for a home office, desktop computer and printer.

    I like that window by the French Doors over the murphy counter table.

    • Kathleen-Florida January 12, 2016, 4:09 pm

      Kim Pratt, you and I have similar priorities. I have to have a full size fridge (yes, just for me), and I do like this one a lot, but my OVERALL favorite is the Escape Traveler XL. It has been my favorite ever since I saw it here. It has full size appliances, a bathtub, AND room for a first floor bed AND the love seat. — If you haven’t seen it, here it is.
      http://tinyhousetalk.com/30-escape-traveler-xl-tiny-home-on-wheels/

      Aaaannndd, it is on display near me this week. At the RV show in Tampa. — I hope to go see it IN PERSON :o)

      • Eric January 13, 2016, 10:18 pm

        Yes, the Traveller XL is one of my favorites, for sure. Bedroom downstairs; full size appliances, etc.

      • Nancy L January 16, 2016, 7:16 pm

        Kathleen – we are in agreement there about the Escape traveler. I love the layouts of both the 30′ and the 24′ and expect that what I end up with will be a mixture of the two without any lofts other than for storage over the bathroom.
        I wish that I could get to see either of them but alas I live in Canada and there are very few tiny homes here although there are no laws as to house size where I live.

        • Kathleen-Florida January 16, 2016, 8:14 pm

          Nancy L. I DID get to see the Escape Traveler XL yesterday!!! It was very roomy. I was so happy to see it since it was not too far from here. (though I went to the RV show, walked through the place to where the Escape Traveler XL was parked. Saw it. And walked through the place to the car and went home :o) — I don’t know what part of Canada you are in, but it will be at a show in Seattle in February.

  • Carol Perry January 12, 2016, 12:08 am

    I just love the kitchen and all it’s amenities!! I love all the windows it will bring in lots of light. It looks pretty big to be a tiny house! It’s done up really nice!!

  • Doug January 12, 2016, 9:53 am

    An excellent design. Probably one of the only ones I’ve seen that would satisfy my wife’s desire for a larger kitchen. Very appealing indeed.

  • curt January 12, 2016, 12:42 pm

    nice- looks very comfortable. You have laundry- the ability of two people getting ready for work, a kitchen to make breakfast a place to sit and read and a place to sleep – just add a outdoor fire pit and a canvas awning.

  • Liz January 12, 2016, 1:31 pm

    Wow, these folks have an amazing place. Large frig, sinks, stove, etc. Other than the lack of color, this is one great tiny home!! Well done!!

  • phyllis washington January 12, 2016, 1:36 pm

    What kind of toilet do you have

    • margaret January 12, 2016, 4:34 pm

      are you located in usa do you know if you can have these in canada how much would i pay to have you make one with everything included dose it have a flush toliet i only see a washer not a dryer is this 2 in 1 are there water tanks under neath could it be made with solar panels dose it have electic plug ins and electic heat THANK YOU

      • Kathleen-Florida January 13, 2016, 9:34 pm

        Margaret, The company is located near Vancouver BC. Go to their website TinyLivingHomes.com and contact them. I am sure they would be happy to answer all your questions for you.

  • Jennifer Lambert January 12, 2016, 1:48 pm

    I like the interior very much. Not so much the exterior. Saw one modern tiny house in Finland that went almost completely vertical on the exterior — very cool.

  • Kyle January 12, 2016, 1:57 pm

    What size trailer is that? Is there a plan set available for this? Looks almost exactly what I am looking for!

  • Val January 12, 2016, 2:07 pm

    Had the amazing privilege of seeing this as it was being constructed. Love so many things about it. We have viewed other Tinyliving homes as well and are very impressed by everything we’ve seen. Great construction, great design. One day….

  • Amalie Lopez (Amy) January 12, 2016, 2:09 pm

    Love it. Too bad you can’t make the roof higher to have no reason space for the headroom in the loft. My style of Tiny House, although I also like country look.

  • Cheryl January 12, 2016, 3:00 pm

    I’m guessing the TV is in the shallow box. This looks so polished overall except for the exposed washer/dryer. I would need to have it contained in a cupboard or closet.

    • Kathleen-Florida January 12, 2016, 3:57 pm

      The TV in that box . . interesting, but I bet that is NOT it. Only because why would they store the TV flat on the floor, taking up the most ‘floor’ square footage that a TV possibly could, when they can so easily hang it on a wall.

  • Marsha Cowan January 12, 2016, 3:21 pm

    Man! I mean, man! What a clever house! Don’t know where to start. Let’s see, the great stairs, the clever seating, the absolutely stunning kitchen, or the gorgeous bath. Everything is so functional while being so beautiful. Even theoutside is amazing. And did I mention the spacious lofts? Job well done!

    • Maria February 4, 2016, 6:52 am

      Speaking of clever. You have done great work yourself Marsha. Would love the plans for the Darling.

  • gale January 12, 2016, 5:40 pm

    Yes yes yes this is great. Maybe a tweak here or there for personal likes or dislikes but a great plan.

  • Heidi January 12, 2016, 5:57 pm

    That is one pretty jem of a tiny house that has it all, that any one would really need with all the comforts of a safe and secure house…
    A soft place to fall when on the go.
    Nicely done people~ 5 Star accommodations

  • Roberta January 12, 2016, 7:10 pm

    Love it! We live in a warm climate where life happens outside so having a big kitchen and great bath are the perfect complement to that!

  • Sherry January 12, 2016, 7:52 pm

    Live this one! I too like the fact that the bathroom is on the other end away from the kitchen. That always bothered me in other tiny homes when the kitchen & bathroom are right together. For those concerned, Sliding barn doors are very strong.

  • Catherine January 12, 2016, 9:06 pm

    White, bright, clean and cheerful!!!
    Make your own small adjustments.
    What more could one want?

  • Kwalker January 12, 2016, 9:41 pm

    Really like this one. Love the stair design and haven’the seen this before. I too would like a more comfortable seating area and could sacrifice some small part of the kitchen. First time seeing two sinks and not sure how useful/needed in a tiny home but looks great. I like the suggestion to have the stairs come up along the high side of the roof. Very nice.

  • Elaine January 12, 2016, 11:17 pm

    Love the stairs going up to the loft, would like if the stairs were made into stairs with drawers that pull out. More storage.

  • Brian January 13, 2016, 9:21 pm

    This house is great! What’s the best way to determine the weight of your tiny home before you build to make sure your trailer can hold the weight? I am planning a 48′ (40′ flat deck + 8′ over hitch) 5th wheel THOW. The trailer will have 3 8k lbs axels (24k lb total) and weighs about 2700 lbs. That leaves about 20k lbs for the house. Is that enough?

  • Anne D. January 14, 2016, 2:05 am

    This looks to be closer to the size I would wish for myself and my husband, but what EXACTLY are the dimensions? I know it has been said before that floor plans and the dimensions shouldn’t be expected for every tiny house that is featured in an article here, but truly, if you are trying to decide how much space you really need and the specific appliances, along with space allocation for “rooms” within your plan—seeing an example like this one would help my own planning if the scope of this build were expressed also in dimensions. There are many aspects I take from different houses that have been featured here with the dimensions, making it easier to include what I like and how much space I need to duplicate it in my own plans. Dimensions and sizes get me closer to coming up with my ideal floor plan with full interior and exterior design that I can take to a tiny house company to build it for me. So, is there specific dimensions for this? I checked the website, and they don’t feature this particular one.

    • Kathleen-Florida January 15, 2016, 12:31 am

      Anne D. — Email the company and ask them. Send them the link to this article. They will remember this home. They will likely email you back with the info. They are the only ones who have the information you seek. — Gook luck. ;o)

  • Alice January 14, 2016, 3:53 am

    I like the stairs, but I see wasted space. And I like to see a banister of some kind that might be extended across the loft. Could put in mini closets in the loft. Instead of windows over the bathroom sinks, would rather have more storage put in…can never have too much storage even in a tiny home.

  • Nancy M. January 14, 2016, 8:09 pm

    Love a lot of things about this design, but there are a few changes I would change. I personally require a downstairs bedroom, but with that aside, I would put hanging space over the washer/dryer, leave out the table over the bench and make the bench more comfortable. I would also skip the stool, and add storage there, unless I had a pet that needed his/her own out-of-the way space.. There is room for a stand-alone chair, so I would add that for somewhat more comfortable seating. Obviously, I would have a cutting board to cover each half of the sink, but an apartment-sized refrigerator would do just fine for me (and one other person, if need be). I certainly wouldn’t need a second sink in the bathroom, so would probably turn that area into a floor-to-ceiling closet, with a full-length mirror on the front, and a medicine cabinet on the side facing the sink (or at least shelves for meds and personal items). I also would be inclined to have a skylight, but that is strictly personal.

    • Beverley September 1, 2016, 3:41 pm

      I’m in agreement with you on most issues. Comfortable seating is a must. I like the bathroom but it’s more space than we require. In floor storage in the loft and main floor as well as drawers in the steps would add space for clothing. I would also like to see a partial privacy wall in the loft. I love the kitchen and the Loft is a great height for my husband and I as we are both short in stature. If it’s meant to be a home away from home then I want most of the amenities. I would love to live in it year round. I must say though I love all the suggestions everybody added.

  • Nancy M. January 14, 2016, 8:16 pm

    Love a lot of things about this design, but there are a few changes I would change. I personally require a downstairs bedroom, but with that aside, I would put hanging space over the washer/dryer, leave out the table over the bench and make the bench more comfortable. I would also skip the stool, and add storage there, unless I had a pet that needed his/her own out-of-the way space.. There is room for a stand-alone chair, so I would add that for somewhat more comfortable seating. Obviously, I would have a cutting board to cover each half of the sink, but an apartment-sized refrigerator would do just fine for me (and one other person, if need be). I certainly wouldn’t need a second sink in the bathroom, so would probably turn that area into a floor-to-ceiling closet, with a full-length mirror on the front, and a medicine cabinet on the side facing the sink (or at least shelves for meds and personal items). I also would be inclined to have a skylight, but that is strictly personal.

    Oops, his “report comment” by accident, when I INTENDED to add to my comment. Sorry.

    I just realized what the table over the couch is for — there is a table outside the window on the outside (both sides) — this is intended for a LOT of entertaining!!! Now I feel a little better about that table, but I would still prefer a more comfortable bench myself! Just serve out the other window! It’s not THAT far to walk around to the other table, if need be! It also explains the need for such extensive kitchen and bathroom facilities…. LOL!

  • Joyce January 15, 2016, 1:02 am

    I love this house. Iwould make the bathroom smaller and add a downstairs bedroom/den. Would also get rid of the double sinks and have apartment sized appliances giving me more living space. I also need a more comfortable sofa where I could crash out after a busy day. The original plans for this model have many of the changes that I mentioned and hopefully will be my tiny house in the future. Best of all, the bathroom and kitchen are separated from each other which I find in most THOWs

  • eric January 15, 2016, 3:21 am

    While there is a lot to like about this house, I can’t help but come back to Jewel (Gypsy) tiny home. Trips just about every positive trigger for me for a tiny home. Unfortunately, with my advancing years (oh, that’s everybody isn’t it, technically?) it looks like I’ll probably end up with a house like the River Road home that featured in 2013.

    Ah. Fell. In. Lurrrrve. At. Foist. Soyt!

  • Davi Rodrigues January 15, 2016, 12:07 pm

    I would not feel safe with those stairs like they are. Carpet would make them a bit less slippery, but still not completely safe. The other thing is, the sleeping quarters are going to be quite hot in the summer. Sometimes I think the concept of tiny houses get blown way past with gargantuan homes on wheels like these. I guess it would be a tiny house if you are used to living in mansions already

  • Denise January 19, 2016, 8:32 am

    This is beautifully done, although a tad bit too much white for me. It is spacious and devotes enough space to the kitchen and bath so one does not feel cramped. Having a roomy bath is for me a lot more important since that is my time to relax and pamper myself.

    My question though – is that hitch detachable? It looked like in the first pictures that it could not be towed but then later on down, there was a storage closet over a hitch that was now attached. I have never seen anything like this before and was wondering if someone could explain it.

    • DB January 19, 2016, 10:25 am

      I thought I’d missed something and had to look again after your question. There are some removable or hinged trailer tongues, and removable would make it hard for someone to run off with a THOW. In this case though it’s just that the front and back both have the same overhang and look very similar. The one with the closet is the front, the back is closer to the wheels. No disappearing trailer tongue in this case.

  • Susan February 3, 2016, 2:25 pm

    I would give up the dual sinks in the bath and move the w/d in for a bigger living space. And I would give up the double sink in the kitchen for one and more counter space. This TH has lots of light and some other cool designs.

  • Gabrielle Charest February 4, 2016, 10:04 pm

    Love the big kitchen!

  • Caitlin June 30, 2016, 1:44 pm

    Could I ask, was the double sink vanity custom made? If not, who makes it!?

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