These are Tiny House Talk’s Top 10 Favorite Tiny Houses on Wheels of 2016.
Here at Tiny House Talk, we see a lot of tiny homes: the good, the bad and the ugly! And with the first month of 2017 almost over, we wanted to celebrate some of the best of the best tiny homes we saw last year. Of course, these are just our opinions and we had hundreds of amazing THOWs to choose from, but take a look and share your thoughts in the comments! Which is your favorite?
Top 10 Favorite Tiny Houses on Wheels of 2016
As part of this celebration, we will share 6 lists of our top picks in different categories (so stay tuned!):
- 10 Favorite THOWs
- Most Popular THOWs
- Best “No-Loft” THOWs
- Best THOWs under $30k
- Best DIY THOWs
- Best Shipping Container Tiny Homes
So here’s to the first list — Alex and I’s Top 10 Favorite THOWs of 2016.
1. Freedom Tiny House by Alabama Tiny Homes
From the beautiful color scheme right down to the amazing shower head, this house has it all. And people concerned about crawling into a loft can sleep on the downstairs pull-out bed. See more.
2. The Odyssee Tiny House by Baluchon
Here’s another THOW with downstairs sleeping arrangements. Baluchon never fails to disappoint, and their Odyssee is brimming with style and functionality. The living room on the landing is a unique touch. See more.
3. Ampersand Tiny House by Zyl Vardos
Abel Zimmerman of Zyl Vardos is a true craftsman, and we’ve never disliked any of his unique, hand-made homes. Plus, anyone who can pull off a bright orange sectional in a tiny house, has to be a master. See more.
4. Lititz Tiny Home: Modern Farmhouse by Liberation
One of the most popular color schemes of 2016 is the white-on-dark wood, and Liberation Tiny Homes makes that combo work brilliantly in their Modern Farmhouse model. The sliding farm door? Stylish and practical. See more.
5. Andrea’s Mt. Kilimanjaro Tiny House
I chose Andrea’s home because I loved how she took a bland, empty space and made it her own. When we posted the empty model, it received harsh reader reviews, but that all changed when you guys saw how Andrea transformed the place. See more.
6. Sweetgrass Tiny House by Driftwood Homes
When you see as many tiny houses as we do, something truly innovative always sticks out. The back-room guest bed is one of those “wow” features, and the robin’s egg blue and dark wood color combination is warm and inviting. See more.
7. DIY Shedsistence Tiny House
One of Alex’s absolute favorites, this home is incredible largely because of the couple who creatively and thoughtfully built it. The house’s storage capabilities put most other THOWs to shame. See more.
8. The Mouse House Tiny Home on Wheels
This house is from a brand new builder, and I must say their flagship design is promising. The number of windows alone makes this home feel twice as large, and the hickory hardwood flooring is to die for. See more.
9. Family of Four’s Maximus Extreme Living Solutions THOW
You just have to love families who aren’t afraid of tiny living. This house has a great design for domestic bliss, and even has a sink in the child’s loft, which is funky and awesome. See more.
10. The Greemoxie Tiny House with Folding Deck
This house makes the cut because it’s not only functional and stylish, it’s super “green.” We love sustainable building and the reclaimed materials, solar power, rainwater catchment system and more makes this a winner. See more.
So what do you think? What were your favorites? Who did we forget? Share in the comments! And get ready for the rest of our Best of 2016 celebration.
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