Mini Humble Abode

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18 comments

  • Z says:

    I love the simplicity. It’s refreshing.

  • BOB FREY says:

    Now this is QUAILTY WORK!

  • Hello !

    I love this Tiny Abode !
    As a Home Improvement Specialist and Artist/Musician, I see all the Creativity, Functionality and Craftsmanship that has gone into this build ! What excellent work. It wouldn’t take much to extend the length, to allow a bathroom, for those that are wondering.

    I would be honored to live in a Tiny Abode, such as this !

    Frank Rodrigues

    • helenbeee says:

      Bathrooms always seem to be the problem tiny house area.
      I love the height of the loft on this one. I dont normally like the dark wood but in this one I think it works makes it feel more solid than visually heavy.
      My idea is to have a 2nd small trailer such as a horsefloat or small towable haul with retrofitted bathroom facilities shower, basin, toilet and laundry area that butts up partially to the main tiny trailer (long side) enough to have a joining doorway/door system through both the main trailer and the wet area small one. Could be a walkway insert that bolts together. I havent figured it out yet but Im always on the look out for ideas.

      I live in Australia so dont really have to worry too much about rain or snow or the cold but Im thinking some kind of interior insert similar to a mobile walkway to a plane that are used in airport terminals or maybe just an enclosed screen or deck.

      Im moving back to my land early next year where I hope to save enough money to start building in 2016.
      My only obstacle is my husband who is not convinced about living in one.
      As a teacher I will have to work rurally so will need accommodation and rather than pay high rent or the risk of not finding a rental in a remote area I figure having a tiny home I can park on a property is a viable option and even my husband agrees with this at least.

      So the plan is 2016 and I have told him that Im building one regardless of whether he lives in it or not hahaha!

      I could see this me living in this one easily………..and my husband rattling round in the main house on his own……heh heh heh!

  • Terry says:

    No insulation in the roof? Love the exposed rafter aesthetic – and I suppose this is built in California… but it wouldn’t work quite as well here in Northern Ontario!

  • I love love love these micro houses!!!!!

  • Hope I am on your mailing list!!!

  • Rhonda Huber says:

    I love how you made this tiny house you….. I find it to be beautiful.

  • Peter says:

    honored to live it in Frank? I don’t think it’s intended for living as their is no means to bathe and relieve yourself properly. but it’s a cute handcrafted club house. $60k? seriously?

  • You all are awesome, appreciate the kind words.
    This was my first house to call my own, lots of love went into it 🙂

  • Peggy Zornow says:

    It looks very well made. I must say though, the wood stove looks quite dangerous! Perhaps it is for looks?

  • Elena Flores says:

    That sleeping area is a great touch. I’m totally taking notes! Merci!

  • Myriah says:

    Nice house! What material did you put behind your wood stove so it can withstand the heat and doesn’t catch on fire?

  • Lisa E. says:

    I love it when they mix shakes with wood siding; give a whole wonderful dimension to what could be so plain. I also love his loft. Plenty of head room when you turn over you don’t hit your head! And what could be nicer than a skylight over the bed for stargazing and a delightful casement window, too. (I’m a big fan of casement windows.) And I plan on having stained glass in my THOW. Nice to see that elegant touch in the front door.

  • George Cook says:

    I like the outside shower on the back deck . I think you may be the first to bring the outdoors in or the inside out. If you had a composting toilet you could have it out side also. Great job something for all of us to think of.

  • Karen says:

    This totally appeals to my inner hippie. Love the craftsmanship – very nicely done!

  • Michelle says:

    Omg I love this! So cozy, especially the loft…that skylight is awesome! Well done!

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