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11 Stunning Tiny House on Wheels Design Ideas

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Tiny house has been almost everyone’s dream. Many people are willing to spend a lot of money to get professionals to build it for them. Meanwhile, many others enjoy the building process, even though most of them build only small parts of it. Despite your plan and budget, these are tiny house on wheels design ideas that will inspire your project.

1. Rock Climbing Wall House

This tiny house is manufactured by Tiny Heirloom for Kelsey and Breck. This tiny house has too many cool features, like a custom chandelier, arched sliding door, dining table which is retractable, walk in closet, spa tub, and most of all, climbing wall on the exterior.

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Tiny House on Wheels with Rock Climbing Wall

2. Alpha Tiny House

The tiny house has steel cladding while it is painted in western red cedar, and white pine covered. The custom couch and table is added in the living room, while it also features private loft for bedroom. The kitchen is in mid size while the bathroom has a tub. This tiny house is manufactured by New Frontier Tiny Homes

3. The Cypress

This tiny house is manufactured by Tumbleweed Tiny Houses. While the outside feature a recess porch, the inside includes bathroom, kitchen, living room, and two bedrooms. The ceiling and wall are wood paneled while the floor matches it. The roof is made in hipped design which is very appealing.

4. The Denali

This tiny house is build based on three axle trailer. The design is elongated so it will be a little hard to tow it anywhere. While mobility isn’t so comfortable, this is an ideal tiny hose to place on your backyard. The Timbercraft Tiny Homes makes it nice and elegant.

5. Escape One XL

This tiny house features a lot of large windows that give the house a sense of large space. It is a two story house with sleeping loft upstairs and bathroom, kitchen, and living room downstairs. It is wrapped in wood and the wood preserving uses Japanese Shou Sugi Ban texhnique.

6. Lumbec’s TH2

The tiny house has steel cladding while it is painted in western red cedar, and white pine covered. The custom couch and table is added in the living room, while it also features private loft for bedroom. The kitchen is in mid size while the bathroom has a tub.

7. Little Lou

This tiny house features a loft bedroom that can be accessed by spiral staircase and 200 square feet of living room. The bathroom has large metal tub, and the exterior is made of corrugated metal sheets. Using other salvaged materials, this house is simple and inviting. Design by Tiny House Talk

8. Christian Parsons and Alexis Stephens’

You may know them from the Tiny House Expedition. This house is 130 square feet, featuring bathroom with shower, two lofts, kitchen, a cozy cabin, and all amenities you can imagine. It is easy to tow, and this house already travel for around 45,000 miles.

9. Westcoast Outbuildings’ Lilooet

The two story tiny house feature ordinary house look and design. While it is totally comfortable, you can access the storage space above with staircase. It has large windows and door, and it allows all natural lighting to get in. The structure features galvalume standing seam roof and corrugated steel.

Westcoast Outbuildings’ Lilooet Tiny house on wheels design ideas

10. Peacock

This tiny house is created by Rob Millar from the Old Hippie Design. Unlike other tiny houses, this one features a staircase on the back, accessing the roof top balcony. South western flair style fills the interior while the exterior features corrugated metal slides and wood. It looks menacing and alluring at the same time.

11. Koleliba Original

This tiny house is created by architect Hristina Hristova from Bulgaria. It is made of oiled plywood that features sliding out glass door for air and natural light, and broad glazing. The exterior blends easily with nature while the rustic and industrialist look are totally a sight for the sore eyes.

Image: koleliba.com

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