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Nooga Blue Sky by Tiny House Chattanooga

This luxury 24-foot tiny house was built by Tiny House Chattanooga. If you were at this year’s Tiny House Jamboree in Colorado Springs, you probably saw this house in person. If you missed that event, you can see a video tour below made by Derek ‘Deek’ Diedricksen. The home’s structure is strong, lightweight, and well […]

Alternating Step Tansu Tiny House Stairs

I’ve not seen many alternating steps being built for tiny houses – yet. It’s a simple concept, provide only the amount of step or tread each of your feet actually needs. When you do this you cover a lot more horizontal distance in less space – which is exactly what you need in a tiny house. How […]

Step Tansu Tiny House Stairs Design Concept

Early tiny houses mostly just used ladders to access the sleeping loft because that approach works better with gable roofs. But these days tiny house stairs seem to be more and more common, especially with more folks building houses with shed roofs, gable roofs, and cross gables (as shown above). The higher ceiling along an outer […]

Hikari Box by Portland Alternative Dwellings

The Hikari Box, designed by Derin Willians, is an easy to build 24-foot tiny house design. Tiny house builders, Shelter Wise, says this is the easiest tiny house they’ve ever built – making it an ideal design for an owner-builder. On the inside the Hakari Box is 184 square feet. It has an open light-filled […]

MH by Wishbone Tiny Homes

This is a new 10′ x 24′ tiny house by Wishbone Tiny Homes. It was a custom design for a local customer. It’s build on a stout 3 axle trailer. It features: A removable front porch over tongue Lapped cedar siding on the bottom + Poplar bark siding on top Onduvilla roofing a cook’s kitchen […]

Tiny House Stairs

I’ve seen a couple of designs on other websites recently for steep space-saving stairs. Using those ideas as inspiration I’ve come up with a simple way to build a stairs from a couple of long 2×12’s. The way you achieve such a steep grade is by alternating the steps with the way people actually climb. […]

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