This is the Tyler Tiny House on Wheels by Tiny Idahomes in Nampa, Idaho.
From the outside, you’ll see it’s on a two-axle trailer, features french doors, and has a sleeping loft with dormers.
When you go inside, you’ll find a living area, staircase to the loft, kitchenette, and bathroom. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
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Tyler Tiny House on Wheels by Tiny Idahomes
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Love the color. With the rail by the stairs and add your own decor I think it is very nice.
This design, including the board-and-batten exterior, comes closest to matching my list of specs for my tiny house. I’d make a few changes to the interior, such as painted walls instead of knotty pine (13 years living in a log cabin is enough rustic to last me a lifetime), cupboards over the counters, etc. What are the dimensions?
Whenever I see a Tiny Idahome, I always think that they most look like an actual home. Not a fancy miniature estate, not a log cabin, not a weekend et-away, but an actual home.
I really like this one. I also agree that the walls need paint. Where is the frig.? I would also put a larger window over the sink.
It looks like there is space for a fridge on the other side of the stove.
It does look like there is a small space next to the stove. Pretty small though. I wonder if that is what is intended?
For the first time ever – I love everything as is! Love the (pine?) wood walls it makes it feel like a cabin in the woods!
I enjoy seeing the Tiny Homes without all the furniture. It allows me to imagine how I would decorate it.