This is one funky trailer, while the outside seems like an old rail car, the inside is quite engaging. With a small kitchen, bathroom and ample living space, this comes in at 215 square feet.
WOW Really Really great space .
Yea, this is WORKING. 🙂
I wanna live here.
I could live here in a heartbeat!!!
Very nice, I like it…a floorplan/diagram would be nice.
This is beautifully decorated as well. Where might it be located? BRAVO!!
Looking at the outside, I would never have guessed that the inside would be so cool! 🙂
This is too cool! Where can I get one?!
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Just beautiful. I would love this.
I love it! It’s so bright and modern. What a great use of space. : )
Wow. That is breathtaking!
There must be a closet in the bedroom bathroom nook area behind the blue chair? Otherwise there just wouldn’t be enough storage for me. The kitchen area is unique for such a small space. I really like it! Just goes to show you what you can do with space when you don’t limit yourself to using standard furniture pieces.
This is so Sweet!! i have 1 but it has electrical issues.im an electrician(use to be).)Only have 3 good fuses.Yea-Thats how old it is.But its my home –It can be warm or cool & it works for me/37 ft. Bath room Bedroom-TV in both rooms.Kitchen & everything.I live alone & its small-perfect for me.im a hermit amyways.Thats why these Tiny Houses are great.Down size everybody.Its not getting any better out there/laurel
I love how fresh this is! Lovely color, lovely light.
Looks like something from ‘Clockwork Orange’–not because of the movie’s dark themes but because it had a certain ‘mod’ style to it. Very nicely done!
Very nice color scheme. This gives me a good idea in my tiny house soon. love it.
Not my taste, But nicely done, I think it would appeal more to women than most guys…
Cute… Where do you put all your STUFF?
Why am I the only one who thinks it looks like a condemned trailer from the outside? It is a trash heap. The only good thing is a thief would pass it up.
I’m skeptical..that people really live in this space. Where are the clothes? The dishes/pots and pans? and other things that normally go in cabinets? Looks like a great set of pictures to go with a story.
I totally love the use of the space and would definitely want this!
I like the concept of living smaller and having a small home. However, I now realize that many of these small designs are not for me. I use oxygen 24/7 and my hose would continually be catching on things. Also, I am extremely clumsy in tight spaces. I am stiffer, and cannot risk falling. Nor could I climb a ladder to sleep in a loft. I need space for medications and comfortable places to sit and rest. I cannot climb stairs well. So I need to be close to the ground as much as possible. I also cannot climb onto a bed to make it. I must have room around it for me (and my cane) to move in order to work. My body gets painful when I get too cold, so I need to keep warm in winter. There are so many issues for me now that I think, much as I would have liked to have done this even five years ago, I think it is past me now. BUT, there are a lot of things I have learned in these past few years about designing for someone who wants to live somewhere for the rest of their life, and preparing for it while you are young and possibly still working is mandatory.
Janet, I hear you. My husband has severe knee problems, so the lofts in tiny homes always make me sigh. I understand the reasoning behind the concept… it will just never work for us.
(Actually, given that we have two in-home studios, one for photography, one for a multiple media artist, the normal concept of a “tiny” home is right out for me anyway… but I keep dreaming!)
The good thing about tiny homes is that there are so many designs out there. So many, in fact, that it might take a while to find one that suits your needs. And since many are custom made,
I remember seeing one that was basically a box shape, with a bathroom and kitchen set along one wall, and the rest was open space. Additional cabinetry/closet space could be added in. The box/square-ish shape at might be a better solution for you than the long forms we see with the house in this article.
A yurt(or gher), which is a funky round variation, might also be an option.
I will agree, though, that a lot of planning, and a full understanding of ones needs are an essential part of successfully living in a tiny home.
This is absolutely GORGEOUS!! It is SO what I want! Fabulous!
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