This 221 square feet tiny house was designed and constructed by Andrew and Gabriella Morrison.
Dubbed as the front runner of their hOMe project, this modern small-spaced home has inspired the creation of a couple of other tiny house projects. These projects celebrate the beauty and practicality of minimalist living. I personally am in love with small space design.
This one in particular saves both space and money because it only took them $33000 to build. Plus, if you check out their site at the end of this post, you’ll also learn to make one for yourself.
“hOMe, a modern tiny house on wheels, offers tiny house living without compromise. With everything from a full sized kitchen with conventionally sized appliances, a comfortable set of stairs to the master bedroom, copious amounts of storage throughout, space for a home office for two, storage that works double duty as furniture, and ample head room in the lofts, to a functional bathroom with room for a conventionally sized sink, shower and toilet, hOMe is a comfortable residence suited for full time living.
The layout of this 207SF (+110SF in lofts) tiny house is open and spacious with tall ceilings while keeping within legal road restrictions (8’6″wide x 13’5″ tall) so that a special transport permit is not required to move it in most locales. These tiny house plans are build-ready, and have been engineered and professionally drawn. The hOMe building system was designed with the novice builder in mind by marrying basic building techniques with innovative engineering.”
For a more thorough walk-in, check out this video:
Design and Photos via Tinyhousebuild.com