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Stairs don’t normally work well in a tiny house because the height in the loft is too low by the time you climb to the top of the stairs. Since most tiny houses are owner-built there’s no way to tell how many folks are using tempered glass. Materials like strawbale, papercrete, or any earthen material like cob, adobe, earthbag would not be a good idea for a trailer-based tiny house for mostly obvious reasons (weight, vibration, etc). Comments are encouraged but please keep it constructive and do not make any direct attacks on other commenters. If your comments consistently or intentionally make this community a less civil and enjoyable place to be, you and your comments will be excluded from it. The contents of this website are provided for informational purposes only and should not be construed as advice. We are positive that a few years down the road when others are making costly repairs to the overly complex system they purchased from our competitors, you will be quite comfortable and enjoying your new cost effective Shaver's Hot Water Wood Furnace. In this post I’m introducing you to a company called Montainer who recycles shipping containers and turns them into sustainable, modern homes for clients. Their homes meet all United States building and energy codes and can be delivered anywhere in the United States. If you enjoyed these Montainer shipping container homes you’ll love our free daily tiny house newsletter with even more! Since the area is a wet room stool, sink, shower, perhaps it would be best to leave off the glass and put a shower curtain over the entire area. BTW, unless pitched roof is added on to structure before lifting off its original top, then the structural integrity of the container will be greatly compromised.
I’m all for tiny houses, traditional or modern design, they all can be made functional as well as beautiful but you just have to build it yourself if you want to make it economically pheasable. Converting containers isn’t a bad idea, but welding skills complicates it and make it costly when you hire the job out at the labor rates that are prevalent now a days. I must say the whole concept of these containers is quite appealing, and can give a person a very sturdy structure to live in. No, the whole idea is NOT to do it ourselves for some of us, although most of us admire those of you who do. For the do-it-yourselfer that doesn’t want to do a lot of metal cutting, look at the end view of the yellow modal with the container doors open. The living area can be put on this end and with the doors open it has light and view, with the doors closed and locked you have pretty good security. I believe filling the corrugations in the container walls and ceiling inside and out the sheeting the inside and outside would give sufficient insulation for a mild climate.

My experience with solar tube lighting indicates that installing one for the kitchen, bath and bedroom would give lots of interior light without heat loss. For a simple living space that can be left secure for periods of time and moved if necessary it would be hard to beat. In my home I replaced a bathroom window with glass block and installed a good ceiling ventilating fan. Some hand-held shower heads with a lever on the grip that one presses to release water — very ecological. I agree with Karen, I live in a 2700 sqft 2 story house on Galveston bay in Bay Cliff Texas. Carson great points but just a reminder to all that housing has already appreciated quite a lot since the lows of 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2012. Molecule Tiny Homes have been pioneering the implementation of fold-up porches on tiny houses. In other words constructive critique is welcome, destructive mean-spirited judgements are not permitted. We are sure that if you purchase one of our stoves you will be completely satisfied with our stove throughout its long service life which you will enjoy. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. This particular design with the bathroom opposite the kitchen, separated by a glass wall just doesn’t sit right. Seems that these things are designed and built for the people who can spend that kind of money on what they would consider a novelty.
By the way, you probably couldn’t get a home lone for it anyhow so that leaves you, at best, with an RV loan if even approved which would probably carry a higher interest rate at 5-15 years. I don’t know about you but some insulating material between the container and pier my not be such a bad Idea at all ! Translucent glass (etched, frosted, etc.) would be much better and still let in plenty of light. Let’s look at the full spectrum, of course you are going to have to adapt to some of the different ways this is not a brick and mortar home. Navajo white walls, buckskin trim, weathered wood architectural shingles, gable vents, brown shutters and transom doors, 1′ overhang on all sides. I’m not sure why they chose to use a shed dormer just on one side, but it seems to work nicely making a nice asymmetrical loft space. Also, as far as Windows go, panels can be fitted to the outside of Windows ( hurricane style) for protection on hwy trips.

We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. That’s going to make the dinner guests real comfortable when they have to use the facilities. But then again if you are in the market for some excitement, grab a beer and some wings and sit in the doorway when the next thunderstorm rolls in to town!!! With a large decorative mirror on the hall wall directly across from it, it brings a lot of light into a formerly dark area of the house.
This cuts down on a lot of splashing that would result from this design’s ceiling-mounted shower head.
I enjoy the ideas from this site but come on really$80,000 for a fancy tool shed that I already have in my back yard? I would much prefer that to all the wood used in these tiny houses, which still makes them too expensive for a number of folks.
Depending on initial construction, obviously some containers need to be stronger than others due to what is being shipped in them. My point is, there are ways to bring light in without compromising your modesty or causing psychological damage to your neighbors. I really like the idea of adding fold-up porches to tiny houses, it adds a bit of extra outdoor decking without eating up precious indoor square footage. I do want to build a tiny home on a trailer, though, for travel so it would have to be road-worthy.
While I find the idea of tiny living, commercializing the construction of these THes defeats the purpose. Lots of us weren’t fortunate enough to take advantage of that timing because we were hurting during those years.
You can get solar panel system for $1200(4000w), which I’ve figured out will light, heat, and keep cool the container, and give me enough energy for a Xmas tree.
B) I’m not a big fan of using so much wood, and I don’t really like the rustic look? Think about your light bill now, I pay $125 a month to the light company, so in less than a year, I would eradicate that bill. I’m guessing if paper was used in it, it would be lighter than standard adobe floor.

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