Pequod Tiny House

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Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes outdid themselves with this 20' tiny house on wheels in Durango, Colorado.


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  1. very well done, has a real closet and love the bay window in the bathroom-also love the look of the outside-color, siding and such

    1. Can’t do see thru walkway! Maybe, frosted glass/plexi~glass for ambient light. That being said> I freakin LOVE it! Which pics had shown the ‘woodstove’…

  2. This is awesome! I love the catwalk, and all the pull out storage! Lots of headroom too! And of course the laundry area. I can’t believe that is all in only 20ft!

  3. Nowhere to sit and just relax. Eat, sleep or shower seem to be your only options. Which of course might be fine if enjoy the outdoors and you dont get rain for days on end. Some good ideas in there though.

    1. Well, Nerida, when you build your tiny house you can throw in all the couches and easy chairs you like. Why do you expect this house to meet your specifications? Was it built for you?

    2. These are homes for folks that enjoy sitting outside, bird watching, eating watermelon and peaches, and fresh air. You can move your chair into the sun or under a shade tree.

    3. Your comment came off sounding kinda harsh, but I agree with you about needing a comfortable living area. Because we have extreme fluctuations in climate and temperature, my original design for a tiny home has changed dramatically based on how we personally spend our time indoors. Sometimes being outside isn’t an option for days or even weeks. The real beauty of these tiny houses is that people build them to accommodate their own unique set of circumstances, budget and lifestyle. My design would be dramatically different if my children were still young and living at home.

  4. I just adore this home. The craftsmanship is fabulous inside and out. So many home made items like the dining table and clever quilt. I hope the kid know how lucky they are. I would love a place like this!!

  5. I have been underwhelmed by most of the tiny houses I have seen for a while now, but this one absolutely blows me away! That being said, however, I am still sorely disappointed in the direction the movement has taken, being co-opted by the very system it has aimed to undermine. From this company’s website, concerning this tiny house: “If you have to ask, you probably cannot afford it.” That is entirely counter to the point of the Tiny House Movement! For shame!

    1. You make a point and I totally agree. Used to know a rich asshole who would say that to people who asked how much it cost to fill up his $250,000 motor home.

  6. What an amazing and refreshing departure from the norm! I could see myself living in this 24/7 without any qualms–except that the see through sky walk might give me the heebie-jeebies about possibly falling through. It’s just fabulous!

  7. I love this space. All the amenities and beautifully done. I especially like the creative dining table and seating. The lack of much of a communal “living room” is a downside, but could be improved by taking out the staircase and putting in a ladder or, if you don’t need a kids room, converting the kids loft into a nice living room space.

  8. uh…here comes the circus show’s? couldn’t live with that outside “LOOK” don’t know anyone that would let you park this…this…thing in any RV park or trailer parks..it took 50 or more years to live down the cracks about carny folks….. sorry

  9. I absolutely love this one. It’s so functional and smartly designed. LOVE it. I think this is my new favorite tiny house.

  10. this is it!!!!!!!
    this is the tiny house that I can say with hand on heart I could live in for the rest of my life. I love it the lofts the curved roof the clever bench/table/seat combos. As it would just be me and maybe my husband if I let him :)) I would have the second loft as the lounge space that could become spare sleeping loft when we had visitors.
    Well Done to the builders on such a resolved design your clients must be over the moon happy.

  11. What is the rectangular area with “rubbed” metal wall and small wall between the closet and the couch? I absolutely love the house.

  12. I love this tiny home. I found the bedspread cover in the main bedroom so cool. I’d love to share a photo of the bed cover with my group on Ravelry. We are doing a re-purpose theme this month for old clothes. Could I use a photo of the bed cover if I provide credit for the photo etc to you and Crystal Zull? Let me know. Thanks!

  13. Love the dining table concept. That bench could also be a coffee table if there was a living room. Love the two lofts as well.

  14. LOVE IT. THIRD FAVOURITE. Don’t think I would change one thing, although the perspex (!) walkway is nerve wracking for me (fear of heights). But the shape of the building is awesome. Actually, this is my SECOND FAVOURITE.

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

  15. Wow, that’s just beautiful. The windows and roof are just stunning. Congratulations and best wishes for a happy life in your home.

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