Boulder 2.0

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An 18′ tiny house on wheels built using SIP’s in Durango, Colorado. Built by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.

2016-06-27T14:37:55+00:00

3 Comments

  1. John September 28, 2015 at 5:50 am - Reply

    The overall shape is a classic, a great design. However, I just don’t get the selection and coordination of the interior components, especially the hanging seat. Sitting on a paneled door would be really uncomfortable, so you’d need cushions covering it, and then what would be the point of using a paneled door?

  2. BigPaul September 28, 2015 at 1:44 pm - Reply

    I LOVE the semi raw wood, the ‘reuse’, ‘recycle’, vibe within this tiny house. The wide open cubby holes are fine when the TH is sitting still but everything goes on the floor when moving!!The use of neutral colors are very effective. BUT! The sink in the bathroom has to go, every single time I would shave in that bathroom I’d have to clean-up, clean-out that teeny tiny sink! That bathroom is screaming for a fold-in Faucet with a fold-up sink, a BIG one with a polished, stainless steel, mirror!

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