You can find all kinds of prefabricated tiny houses for sale these days, but it’s always inspiring to see people take on the building process themselves. This tiny house built on a trailer is a great example; it was a DIY project built by the owner and was modeled after one of the Tumbleweed Tiny Houses, with a few deviations in the design.
This home has light wood paneling inside covering the walls and ceiling, a charming feature found in many tiny homes that gives them a rustic country appeal.
Dark tile covers the lower half of the walls in the area of the house where the little wood stove sits. I love how well the tile matches the dark kitchen countertops while contrasting the wood paneling beautifully.
The kitchen has a sink that utilizes hauled in water with grey water catchment outside the home. A little bathroom with a shower, plenty of storage space, a nice little front deck area, and a roomy sleeping loft are a few more of the features built into this home.
At the time of these photos, lighting throughout the home was provided only by the windows and candles. It’s perfectly suited to function as a little off grid home with everything one would need for everyday living.
See the video for more images of the building process of this little home.