Andy’s Tiny House


Andy collected and used his scrap pile of wood to built this pretty nifty 102 square feet tiny house on wheels.






A 102 square feet traveling tiny house built by Andy Bergin-Sperry in Tacoma, Washington. More info. Tiny House in Tacoma, Washington.


  • Natalie says:

    Haha, this looks like a tiny house for a dude who sleeps most of the day (blackout curtains!) and parties most of the night on the slopes. Great drawing near the bed. I’d also suggest looking into a single burner induction stove, they work with cast iron and if you can manage the power draw, have definite advantages over a Coleman.

  • Anna says:

    Very nice! Knowing what snowsport apparel smells like after a few days’ use… I hope it has ventilation!

    Love the artwork.

  • Gary says:

    I would think more design and engineering could go into a small space like this one for instance and fold up out of the way Murphy style bed that has a Fold Down table on the bottom of the fold up bed so when the bed is folded up u can fold down a table making that space from bedroom into office in minutes I love multiple uses for everything in such a small space with the bed folded up out of the way u increase by 1/3 the total size of interior as the bed is only in use while sleeping

  • Mike says:

    This is a lot more appealing than something you’d buy commercially. There’s a negative side to having a personal statement where everything’s already been figured out for you – which is why in part tiny homes are so appealing; they’re personal.

  • Dorothy says:

    Lovely drawing on the wall.

  • Peggy Trivilino says:

    Overall, really nice–lots of attractive and functional personal touches. The kitchen is a bit underequipped for preparing real food, and . . . um, dude . . .bathroom?

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