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Hello Tiny House Swoon,

We’ve been following your blog for several years and many of the ideas that we used in our tiny house build came from articles and features that we saw and read on your blog.

Greenmoxie was started as a green living blog about five years ago in a quaint little town called Warkworth, in Ontario Canada. In our pursuit of all things green, we thought building a tiny sustainable house would be something we needed to explore. During the process we learned a lot about building envelopes, air quality, water conservation, and renewable energy. Our original intention was to build this house for our readers to enjoy on AIRBNB. However, we’ve had so much interest in our tiny house that we decided to build them for others and turn it into a business.

An off-grid, sustainably-built, 340 square feet tiny house on wheels in Ontario, Canada. Built by Greenmoxie. More info. here.

Originally shared at Tiny House Swoon.

2016-10-14T08:50:09+00:00

8 Comments

  1. Tom October 14, 2016 at 10:16 pm - Reply

    I see a good deal of influence from the minim house. Beautiful build!

  2. Cathie October 15, 2016 at 12:14 am - Reply

    I love it!

  3. Brian October 15, 2016 at 9:39 am - Reply

    It’s great to see a Tiny Home that is built for places with actual winter. The double heat source is a great idea. You can’t always be there to stoke the wood stove, so the additional propane stove is really practical. I also like the living space. I’ve never understood why a tiny house needs a full-size kitchen. This design seems just right.(for me)

  4. Gordon October 17, 2016 at 12:16 pm - Reply

    I like the movable table like the minim. The storage looks nice, but if it were me I would make some of those cubby holes into drawers. Also don’t see anything for hang up clothes.

    I also like the wood burning stove & fan, but I think putting it on top of wood maybe a mistake in the long haul. Maybe a piece of ceramic or something to shield the heat.

    Nice design!

  5. Bob G October 17, 2016 at 6:21 pm - Reply

    Pretty. I’m not much of a Porch Over Living Space guy, but this seems nice. I’d keep that porch space as sleeping quarters for peeps or for myself for the sake of convenience, and just build an easy porch on the side of the house. A smaller main window means a nice door next to it. Still, nicely done.

  6. Dorothy October 18, 2016 at 2:38 pm - Reply

    I truly dislike the way the exterior is done. I’d give it a nice coat of full cover paint myself. The inside is very nice but I have to say I will never understand putting dark outlet covers on a white wall! But that is an easy fix.

  7. Jennifer Buttino November 6, 2016 at 8:47 am - Reply

    Is there any possibility of adding a washer/dryer to one of your designs?

  8. Amanda August 3, 2017 at 9:34 pm - Reply

    I love this design so much. I can actually see myself living in it. The only thing I wonder about is if any of the windows upstairs are large enough to escape through if there’s a fire downstairs.?

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