Fort Worth Tiny House












Hi Steven, I hope that this note finds you well. This is a home that we designed and built for a customer in Ft. Worth. It has a couple of neat features, like standing seam metal and blue pine exterior siding. It has two lofts. The kitchen cabinets were made in-house. The stair case has built in storage and butcher-block treads. The couch serves as not only a sitting area, but a daybed and it also has storage for a musical keyboard.

A tiny house on wheels with blue pine exterior siding in Fort Worth, Texas. Shared by Stew Maccines. Designed and built by Maximus Extreme Living Solutions.

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  • Reply Dorothy June 13, 2016 at 4:23 pm

    Love the outside. The inside not so much. I don’t care for the naked plywood walls, but I’m sure those can be changed to something more finished looking.

  • Reply Shelia June 14, 2016 at 6:30 pm

    I especially love the bathroom sink. Kinda steam punk-ish.

  • Reply Doug June 22, 2016 at 12:58 pm

    Very cheap finishes inside. I bet some poor sole paid out the rear for it too.

  • Reply Kathy July 16, 2016 at 2:01 pm

    Kinda harsh there Doug. I too would prefer more upgraded finishes, but I will put $ that this is exactly what the client wanted. A little steam punky, a little cabin-y, very cute, and most importantly, very liveable. I love the kitchen, with an island that serves for prep as well as a desk and eating space. Bet it’s extendable too. The living space in some tinies gets squished sometimes, but this is quite comfortable looking. Great use of space with the placement of the stairs, and the storage underneath. Nice job!!

  • Reply Adam January 8, 2017 at 3:30 pm

    anyone knows the brand of the cooktop/stove? cheers Adam

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