High Plains Tiny House

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20 comments

  • Andrea says:

    This is as cute as a button!

  • Linda Stinson says:

    What is needed for hook-ups? How far can this be towed?

  • Mike says:

    Astonishingly well done! Bravo! Everything in it’s place and well-scaled. We can all learn from this one.

  • Aija says:

    I’m normally not a fan of these super duper tiny homes (under 200 sq ft) but I’d ABSOLUTELY live in one of these for a while. This is gorgeous and has a great layout. Even the bathroom is really nice!

  • JamieJoyce says:

    Lovely & with all that planning & yes, room, no stove top. Too bad.
    Also as an aging person, I would replace the ladder either collapsable or storage type stairs.

  • SC says:

    “This is as cute as a button!”
    I thought the exact same thing! Very sweet! Whoever did the styling really has a nice eye. Beautiful mix of white walls with glossy wood. LOVE the tile. I love tiny in.kitchen and bathrooms, even just a touch makes a difference. I think facebowls have great design potential, especially when its see straight from the front door. This is the best face bowl arrangement I have seen in a tiny house.

  • Dawn says:

    I followed to the Facebook page for more info and was astonished to find out it was a 14 ft trailer. Extremely well laid out with great use of all the space. Not only that, it doesn’t look at all utilitarian; it’s quite elegant and very spacious. Great job!

  • too small for me but probably perfect for part time country living for an agile person. nice design and finishes.

  • tealady3 says:

    Very nice use of space. I just love the way the dish rack was a brilliant idea.

  • Annie says:

    if anyone knows, what kinda the composting toilet is that one? thank you

  • Cee Jay says:

    Lovely layout and I like the wood and colour, but that ladder – sorry – I’m a wimp on this one and that scares me. But if you fell back at least you would have a soft landing, providing there wasn’t someone sitting there.

    From
    Cee Jay/Leigh on Sea, Essex, England, Britain.

  • ELIZABETH SANTIAGO says:

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS ONE,IT’S PERFECT FOR ME.THE ONLY THING I WOULD CHANGE IS THE LADDER

  • Vienna Stewart says:

    Love love love!!! What is the cost to get one? I want to get out of my double wide, and live small,and it is just the right size for me to travel in. What is the height of it? All info appreciated.

  • SueB says:

    I see the microwave but no hot plate or stove of any kind. That is the only thing missing. And having really bad knees, the thought of climbing a ladder would be torture. Other than that, it is a nice layout.

  • tony k says:

    Genious. Xcllnt space management. Will need to do more w the ladder, like hand rails and pull me down kind.

  • ELIZABETH SANTIAGO says:

    I LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT IT,EXCEPT THE LAYOUT OF THE STAIRS ,JUST MY OPINION

  • Michael Klegin says:

    Im also in the Omaha,NE area, is there a way to contact this home owner in order to establish a line of communication and insight getting into a life style like this? I understand there is supposed to be a collective community/development here in town.

    sincere regards,

  • Deedee says:

    Light and airy this would be a pleasure to live in

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