My Empty Nest

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An owner-built tiny house on wheels in Sherwood, Oregon. Owned and shared by M.J. Boyle. Photos by Brian Burk Photography and Mark Sharley Photography. More info. here.

24 comments

  • Devan says:

    Someone’s got some awesome decorating skills! Very lovely home!

    • D says:

      Nice, but photos don’t really show enough of the layout. Next time skip the pillow and decor close up shots and please show the layout a bit more clearly so one can figure out what’s what and where. thank you.

  • Liz says:

    Very nice. Very pretty. Gotta be hell driving it around, though. As a stationary house, however, it’s lovely.

  • Mike says:

    Man. To roll over in that bed and wake to see snow falling. Slide down the ladder, scratch your butt and make a pot of coffee… Just enough embers in the wood stove to get another small log going. Only one bar on the cell phone. Birds at the bird feeder. And quiet like the first dawn of the world.

    • Kimberly Galanti says:

      You got it, Mike! You planted the perfect visual in my head! Well, maybe without the butt scratching, but, hey…in this place, with that view…scratch away!

  • Angi says:

    I love those stairs!

    • Miriam Henning says:

      I love the stairs, too. But no hand rail? The visual space is great but what if there were a need for support if suddenly sick or dizzy?

  • Christa says:

    LOVE this. Not sure about the layout, but I love the double staircases that go up to each loft. This is beautiful!

  • Karla says:

    This is my favorite tiny home so far!! I love in Eugene and have not found anyone making tiny homes in our area….did you design and build this one of your own??? Would you be willing to sell the plans??? Give us one tips on how you did it?? Thank you!

  • Lynne says:

    Beautiful! I especially like the little sitting area with two chairs that actually look comfy. Went to the link and read that lovely letter. Great job all around!

  • Keith says:

    Charming house. I especially like the kitchen sink and base cabinet. Are those units still manufactured? If so, I would like one for the kitchen in my 600 sq.ft. house.

  • Gabrielle Charest says:

    What a charming place!

  • Curtis Beardsley says:

    This is a little house to truly LIVE in. Absolutely charming!

  • Charie says:

    I live in a camper and love it. But this is so cute and comfy. Love it.

  • Cindy says:

    I love it!!!

  • WeByeller says:

    Nice Home, especially like the stairs/storage, any thoughts of a ceiling mounted handrail?

  • Gaylene says:

    Love this elegant tiny house. So nice to see one decorated so cozy and welcoming. When it’s time to leave my small home, I would love to live in this charming house! For those commenting about lack of layout shots: slow down, look carefully at the pictures and hop on over to the blog link. Thank you Ms. Boyle for sharing your inspirational home.

  • margsview says:

    Seems we always get to see the ‘eye’ selling pictures but rarely the price and other extra costs having a movable home like these…?? Why is that —as soon I see items I am interesting in that make a point of not showing prices and costs I think I am being played and leave the site thinking something must be up.

  • Julie says:

    Love everything about this!!! Need all of the decor details please.

  • Victoria says:

    I love these beautiful and tiny houses… !

    I want one or…. two…:))))

  • Ryder says:

    Now that is a home, right there… (bathroom???)

  • Angela says:

    Lovely. I’m jealous of MJ Boyle. Looks adorable and comfy.

  • Liz mish says:

    I don’t see a table to sit at to eat dinner or a closet for my clothes. Also my favorite room seems to be missing. The bathroom. Probably would have to be a little bigger to put those in.

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