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Hi Steven! Thank you for continually bringing everyone new tiny homes to swoon over. I wanted to submit one of our latest builds.Here are the specs:

10′ x 24′
3 @ 6K axles
Custom design for local customer
Removable front porch over tongue
Lapped cedar siding on the bottom + Poplar bark siding on top
Onduvilla roofing
Cook’s kitchen with 9.2 CF refrigerator, 3-burner range/oven, and ample cabinet storage
Reclaimed barn wood interior, walls pickled, feature walls left natural
Kimberly wood stove with custom tile hearth and storage below
Free standing AC/dehumidification unit built into stairs
Stairs adjust for additional living room seating
Adjustable bunk to grow with the needs of the family
Custom wooden tub with subway tile surround
Cantilevered reading nook and storage area at rear
30-gallon water tank with pump for winter months
Tankless propane water heater

A 240 square feet tiny house on wheels in Asheville, North Carolina. Built by Wishbone Tiny Homes in Asheville, North Carolina.

2016-03-29T12:16:26+00:00

20 Comments

  1. gunguru01 November 10, 2015 at 7:33 pm - Reply

    I like it but for some reason the ceiling in the kitchen looks awful low.

  2. Trish November 11, 2015 at 12:12 am - Reply

    I’d like more info please…price range?

  3. Joseffa Nijii November 11, 2015 at 9:36 am - Reply

    I like this layout a lot. It has all the things I need/want.
    My only issue is the top step. I am not sure I can manage that.
    But I would have to try to be certain.

  4. yolanda mc November 11, 2015 at 10:13 am - Reply

    Too much kitchen not enough of living room space.

    • Sue November 16, 2015 at 1:08 pm - Reply

      For those of us who love to cook & bake, the kitchen is WONDERFUL! That’s what I like: more kitchen; less space elsewhere.
      There’s a perfect TH for everyone!

    • carrie November 16, 2015 at 9:36 pm - Reply

      Agree…..need more sitting room!

  5. Brian November 11, 2015 at 12:31 pm - Reply

    That looks pretty good. Thank you for the railing. 🙂 The wooden shower I’m not sure about. That wooden ledge is a problem area. Overall, very livable. 🙂

  6. Lisa November 11, 2015 at 1:36 pm - Reply

    I really like it! I happen to like the amount of kitchen space. I would just enclose the little alcove for some extra living space. I love the height of the stairs and the closet beside the washing machine. I would like to have seen more pictures of the bathroom and that back area though. The lamps in the loft are beautiful! How much for a rig like this?

  7. Kathy November 11, 2015 at 7:10 pm - Reply

    As i understand it, the top step is where you sit yourself down on the floor of your loft; if you just kept walking up you’d bump your head. I applaud the banister, and would want mine carried across the end of the loft–possibly hinged to allow large objects to be moved in and out? Drape or hang something over it for privacy.

    I wonder, for less bendy people like me, about dolleys or cut-down office chairs for moving around TH lofts without killing our knees. Or just making the nook into a little cozy bedroom. I like 1 level living, but now sleeping next to doors, ovens, stairs. I want the cozy enclosure of a loft without having to clamber down to the bathroom at 4 in the morning. Tough order to fill!

    Very handsome TH!

  8. Michael Logue November 16, 2015 at 12:26 pm - Reply

    This clearly demonstrates what a big difference using a 10″ wide trailer makes in comparison to the typical 8.5′ trailers.

  9. Kristina H Nadreau November 16, 2015 at 1:10 pm - Reply

    nice craftsmanship. clients made design decisions which would not work for me. Unfortunately , most people have not become aware of the benefits of the split system of Air conditioners, which can also be used for heating. These split systems run economically and are highly functional. they are also superior in every respect to the free standing units. The bedroom in this house will be hot and the a/c down stairs will not cool it. I did not see a ceiling fan to circulate the air. I hope the new owner loves their new house and will be able to tweak their design as they live there. It is so well made and uses lovely materials.

  10. Dorothy November 16, 2015 at 1:27 pm - Reply

    Tallest top step I have ever seen! I doubt I could crawl in nor could I sit and turn myself into the loft. The other steps are on the high side as well but doable. Love the banisters but wish they matched. Either the wood or metal would do, but the same.
    I’d want less kitchen and more living area and I want enclosed kitchen cabinets. Curtains don’t work with cats and dogs unless you are OK with them being in all your kitchen stuff. I’m not.
    Would have tiled the entire shower. I don’t think the wood will be pretty for long.

  11. Jeff November 17, 2015 at 10:15 am - Reply

    Nice materials and design. Am I the only one noticing the bathtub faucet? Where does this pour into? Is there a small tub below that uses a wood surround or do you fill up a wood tub?! Just curious, I’m sure someone has this thought out. Great job!

  12. Eric Johnston November 18, 2015 at 11:01 am - Reply

    Did the builder run out of money before finishing the cupboards?

  13. Eric Johnston November 18, 2015 at 11:05 am - Reply

    Where does one put there coat and boots?

  14. Chris. January 4, 2016 at 1:50 pm - Reply

    Really nice,love the steel plumbing handrails,using the same on mine. however more .Adds a flare of Steam Punk.Curtain rods,shower rails Etc.With chalking and distressing ,to add just a little more flare and Wow factor.Stained and bevelled glass, inlayed brass windows,also.However realize,your limited by Customers ,requirements. Only criticism,is the Tub! Shame it wasn’t round,purely from and anaesthetic viewpoint and strength. But having been a Cooper,i would say that.LOL Well done . Wezza Commin,TH,s BC.

  15. Chris. January 4, 2016 at 1:53 pm - Reply

    Was wondering what your weight factor ,ended up ,as?

  16. Lisa McGowan January 5, 2016 at 2:27 pm - Reply

    What was the final cost of this particular build? We are located in Cosby, TN & looking for a rustic cabin style home on wheels to travel the US.
    Thank You, Lisa McGowan

  17. June February 15, 2016 at 4:51 pm - Reply

    Lots and lots of wasted space for a big boy like this. If I can’t see where my television goes, it’s not a good fit for me.

  18. Lisa E. April 24, 2017 at 3:34 pm - Reply

    Instead of that half seat in the entrance alcove, I’d put the kitchen there; sink at the window and then a counter running the wall for stove/stove top & refrigerator. This would open up the mid-section to be a livingroom with sofa and wall mounted flat screen over an electric fireplace. I’d remove that stove and put in a wall mounted Dickenson Marine Heater. This would save space and I wouldn’t have to cut wood to stoke the fire. Other than this, it’s a nice build and will make someone a good home.

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