Tiny House On Wheels: Home Is Where You Park It (Proudly Canadian)

This is a tiny house built by Josh and Lindsay of Red Door Tiny Homes of Canada. This tiny house is 21′ in length and it is built on 18′ trailer.

Features

  • 21 Ft in length (18′ interior space and 3′ porch)
  • Standing seam metal roof
  • Lots of windows (13 windows)
  • Storage shed for water and electrical hookup
  • Real cedar exterior siding
  • Pantry storage unit
  • 24″ apartment-size fridge
  • Toe kick storage
  • 24″ washer/dryer combo
  • Futon with storage underneath
  • His & Her’s desk with 2 ” slab of live-edge pine and custom-made drawers
  • 32″ Full shower stall with full-size exhaust fan
  • Sleeping loft with two shed dormers
  • Second loft for storage
  • 2 24″ full closets
  • 3″ of spray foam insulation

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Tiny House in New Orleans Explains Where To Install Your Cooling System

This tiny house uses the Tumbleweed Cypress 18 tiny house plan. Derek, the owner of this tiny house, also talks about the best position to put the cooling system in a tiny house. Some of the features in this house include foldable dining table and a bench seat with storage underneath it.

Features

  • Cedar siding exterior
  • Tumbleweed Cypress 18
  • Bench seat with storage underneath
  • Reading nook
  • Foldable dining table
  • Futon
  • Some design inspiration from sailboat design
  • Split unit AC/heater
  • Sleeping loft with queen-size bed
  • Closet
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Microwave oven
  • Toaster oven
  • Kitchen cabinets with plenty of storage
  • Full-size sink
  • 32″ by 32″ Shower stall with corrugated sheet
  • Polyurethane wood in bathroom area to prevent molding
  • Flush toilet
  • Tankless hot water heater
  • Propane tank

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