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Tiny Log Cabin on Wheels by Rolling Cabins


This is a tiny log cabin on wheels by Rolling Cabins.

From the outside, it looks like a tiny log cabin with an upstairs loft. You’ll also notice it has a covered front porch and extra interior space built over the tongue of the trailer.

When you go inside, you’ll find a living area, kitchen, bathroom, and upstairs sleeping loft.

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Tiny Log Cabin on Wheels by Rolling Cabins

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  • Avatar Deadrock

    A little bitta been there, done that, but still sweet. Would make a great guest house.

  • Avatar anthony

    HATE the music. Show me the finished piece, please.

  • Avatar Linda

    Can you send me more pics of these if you have more…after looking at the one you have posted here I do like it.
    Thank you

  • Avatar BB

    Lovely! You don’t say what square footage it is but it must be teensy if there is not enough space for a shower. It would be an excellent teenage hangout. Nicely done.

  • Avatar Liz

    I love the different types of wood used in the interior. Beautiful. The exterior is great too. Personally, I have GOT to have a flush toilet because I’m a toilet snob. What a pretty place!!

  • Avatar Cookie Pieczonka

    NJ is slowly recognizing the need for alternate housing but, so far, it has been one Tiny House in a homeless camp. I am working on retiring and every penny I can get from my retirement will be to build a Tiny House.

    If anyone is interested, Tiny Houses are considered RV’s in Delaware, which is where I want to put one when I’m ready to retire in a few years.

    Tiny or BUST!!

  • Avatar Rev

    I absolutely love an “upstairs loft”.

  • Avatar Regina

    No storage that I could see. Why have a porch when you have no room inside for a shower or any storage, don’t get it

  • Avatar Alison

    I am also perplexed that so many people ‘spend’ some of their valuable square footage on front porches. I favor the porches that fold down–seems like an excellent solution. Could also have a fold out awning to keep you dry while entering. One thing I have learned about Tiny Houses is that they are extremely personal. Each person has his or her very specific priorities. The Tumbleweed tiny house company seems to promote the front porch idea. It adds to the ‘cute’ factor, I guess.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      I think sometimes they do it too so you can get into the house without getting rained on? Just a little overhang really helps. It’s certainly cute, but I agree I think I’d do a fold-down porch.

  • Avatar ZACHARY E MOHRMANN

    Awesome tiny house…!

  • Avatar Nanny M

    I’d make it a tiny bit bigger for a shower and some “living room”. Very cute, though. I found the music irritating; guess I’m just too old…

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