Tiny House Expedition


This tiny house wasn’t designed to stay put. In fact, its currently traveling around the country in search of adventure and spreading the word.










  • Hey Steven,

    Beautiful house. I love the wooden ladder. Great craftsmanship and decorating.


  • Tara Pleban says:

    Is this house available for a walk through? Maybe at a tiny House Convention?

  • Alison says:

    Beautiful home. But, I don’t like the shoe display. Sorry, but old, smelly shoes should be out of sight!

  • Mary lynn says:

    Nice, if those stairs work for you great. The fold down table even when it’s down take up to much space.

  • phil says:

    What a cozy, if somewhat cluttered tiny home! I love all of the little tricks; flip down “vanity” over composting toilet, Flip up table that is actually useable both up and down, that ingenious built in plate/drying rack (so simple and practical!), the flip down/up “vanity” over the composting toilet, the pull out step and ladder for the lofts. Speaking of those…how do you get back down from the big loft?! Carefully, I’m assuming. Can someone really use that ladder? Although beautiful, it doesn’t look like a practical way to get into the miniloft. Seems like there is little/no clearance over the top of it. Personally, I’d also like to put my clothes out of sight, even behind a curtain, but I love the personality and coziness of your place!

  • Amanda says:

    I personally love seeing the lived in tiny houses, and this one does not disappoint. The two sleeping lofts plus the different details on how to get up to those lofts are especially special. It is a perfect space for one person (or two if you are feeling adventurous). Great share!

  • Travis says:

    What make/model ceiling fan is that? Though compact it’s really stylish.

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