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160 Sq. Ft. Poco Edition Tiny House by Tiny Living Homes

This 160 sq. ft. Poco Edition tiny house on wheels is built on a 20′ trailer designed and built by Tiny Living Homes.

The trailer has a GVW of 10,000-12,000 lbs. and a widened frame to better hold the tiny home’s weight.

This is the Poco Edition from Tiny Living Homes. They are based in Delta, British Columbia, Canada. Please enjoy and re-share below.

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160 Sq. Ft. Poco Edition Tiny House on Wheels


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  • Dora November 10, 2014, 1:22 pm

    It’s lovely! I love the blue they chose for the exterior.

  • Fredrick Douglas November 11, 2014, 10:42 am

    You never see prices. I understand each custom home has a different price, but for Christ sake, can you give people at the very least, a ballpark figure for the homes being posted… JS

  • Dominick Bundy November 12, 2014, 8:35 am

    Love those big French doors. , gives the place a feel of airy openness. Closet is nice and adequate as well as how a dresser kind of thing is adjusted there towards the back.. , Maybe dormers on each side of the loft would be the only change I’d like for the extra head space. But other than that .. This is a winner..

  • Maria November 12, 2014, 9:02 am

    Don’t like the French doors. They waste space. Would have a single French door instead. I would need Dormers in the loft. Also burners built into counter.

    • Vlad the Impaler November 12, 2014, 4:54 pm

      Not sure how the 2 French doors waste space and 1 doesn’t… and, why do you “need” to have burners built into the counter? Portable plug in burners that you can move around the bench top depending what you are doing would make more sense from my perspective.

  • Martha November 12, 2014, 11:29 am

    I think this tiny house has a sleek and airy look, and would be great for a person who is still able to scramble up and down a ladder!

  • Rose November 12, 2014, 12:03 pm

    I don’t think I would use french doors either. I did love the available counter space; its something not in most homes. I wouldn’t like messing with a hot plate. My sewing machine cabinet has a mechanism that the sewing machine can be recessed. That would be a great idea. Just have to make sure it is cold before putting it down. Plus an oven is a must have for me.

  • Rich November 12, 2014, 2:01 pm

    Wide-angle lenses are being used by more and more 🙁

    • Vlad the Impaler November 12, 2014, 4:57 pm

      Sure are… makes the Tiny Homes look bigger and bigger. Sort of defeats the purpose in one way, but not in another.

      Where I live it is a common complaint amongst buyers of regular homes, that they appear MUCH LARGER than they really are. The result, people get turned off the home because they feel they have been deceived.

  • Ruth November 18, 2014, 4:14 pm

    I LOVE the French doors and though I’m still in the “dreaming and designing” stage I plan to put maybe two sets in mine, one on the end and one on the side. I will be using the kind that open out to keep the inside floor space useable. Will be gorgeous with them open out to the porch and deck I’ll have along the side. 🙂 I too want dormers, or to have the entire roof at the dormer type angle. Haven’t decided on that. Think I’ll want my burners built in and just cover with a butcher block, since I’d never put them away anyhow. 🙂

  • kathleen Halton January 23, 2015, 6:44 pm

    I love the light in this one – and the bathroom … but where is the stove?

  • LJ August 17, 2016, 3:43 pm

    I like the minimal thresh hold height. With french doors open, you could just about get away with setting a long table halfway through the entryway

  • ZACHARY E MOHRMANN January 4, 2017, 7:02 pm

    Very nice….!

  • Sandi B January 5, 2017, 1:50 am

    This is kind of a. “plain jane” THOW. There is wasted space at the long end of the kitchen — the window should have been shorter and the kitchen counter extended to meet up with the collapsible desk/eating space. I do not like the use of wide angle lenses either — prefer to see them as they really on and not as a “wanna be”. I also do not like the ladder to the loft there are stair designs that work well in these small units. Needs more storage. This seems to me to be more for the person who does not spend a lot of time at home. Seems to be well crafted. I do like the french doors — I do not see where they waste space — the one side does not ever have to be opened and you can place a chair or whatever there and then you have the ability to open both sides to move things in and out etc. I agree with the dormers in the bedroom loft or I would have done a shed style roof giving more overall head room. The other loft is more of design element then a usable storage space due to the placement and size of the window — a round window higher up might have been better. I also wonder about the shingles as opposed to a steel roof for durability and towing.

  • ROSEE January 7, 2017, 11:58 am

    Well now, this one sure is easy on the eyes. But I don’t see a stove of any kind in the kitchen. Am I missing something here? I give it a three thumbs up!

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