Shiny Tiny


This tiny house in Washington gets its name for obvious reasons. Clad in corrugated metal siding, it’d be hard to keep this little fella incognito.








  • Bob says:

    big lighting rod for all that steel on the outside

  • Kathy says:

    It looks nice… But I can’t really tell , because of the angle of the photographs . Guys, maybe you were trying to simulate a toddler’s eye view of the world , but it’s a cute concept that doesn’t work for people who want to just see what the house is like.

    It would be helpful for us to know: what appliances are in the kitchen? What sort of toilet ? What electrical hookups? How much does it weigh?

    Nice bathtub, though.

  • Sue Kozin says:

    This is not how to show off your tiny house. Please reshoot some useable pictures of Kitchen, Bath and living area.

  • Sue says:

    I agree, Kathy. Not easy to really see the interior.

  • Barb Duder says:

    I agree – would love to see better photos. I also wonder if the shine of the home isn’t a danger to other drivers on the road – the sun hits that and anyone around you is blind!!

  • texasdoxiemama says:

    I’m guessing that’s a hammock knotted and hanging from the rafter?

  • Mike says:

    I’ve wondered WHY the smaller ends of the Tiny Home spectrum don’t opt for hammocks. Beds take up a lot of room and hammocks fold up pretty quick to provide lounging space.

    The other thing I’d like to see more of is fold-down railroad bunks. Banquette during the day, two bunks at night. Not hard to do.

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