Adam & Emily’s Tiny House

 

We all fell in love with this Tiny Idahome we built for Adam and Emily. This 24′ Clear Creak model is the perfect blend of Rustic & Elegance.  The rugged look of the stained pine ceilings and sidewalls are offset by the beauty of the white bead board walls.  We are so excited for them!

2 X 4 Construction
Blown in Fiberglass Batt Insulation – R-15 in walls, R-15 Ceiling and R-13 Floor
Board and Bat smart soffit siding painted Blue Cloud by Olympic
Shed Roof – Color, Medium Brown
Jeld Wen white vinyl windows, 1500 series, double pan, tempered glass single hung.  Outside Window trim painted Snowbank by Olympic
Craftsman 36” x 80” inswing front door
Interior walls are bead board painted Snowbank by Olympic
Interior end walls are pine stained Special Walnut 224 by Minwax
Ceilings are pine stained Special Walnut 224 by Minwax
Ceiling fan by Harbor Breeze
9’ Loft above kitchen.  Loft end wall, floor and ceiling pine stained Special Walnut 224
6’ Loft above bathroom.  Loft end wall, floor and ceiling pine stained Special Walnut 224
Stairs to 9’ Loft are custom built in pine stained Special Walnut 224
Exposed beams in loft area stained Special Walnut 224
Rear Kitchen with Arcadia kitchen cabinets in white, Hampton Bay single basin sink, 3 burner Atwood black propane RV stove with oven and a range hood.
Kitchen Counter top is a Wilsonart Bronzite Quarry laminate.
Splendide Washer and Dryer
Front bathroom with, 36’ x 36’ one piece fiberglass shower
Bathroom is pine stained Special Walnut 224 by Minwax
Floor – one sheet vinyl – IVC Illusions Navarra 748 wood look low gloss
30 AMP RV Power Cord and Connection and 30 AMP RV 12 Volt power converter panel
RV Propane Connection with propane cover.  Hose bib water connection
Atwood 6 gallon dual electric and propane hot water heater.
120 volt 1200 w electric base board heater
Pex Plumbing pipe
3” Sewer Connection

Lea’s Ginwitty Tiny Home

 

Such a fun  tiny house we built for Lea. Perfect combination between simple and modern. Lea’s Ginwitty is still a work in progress as her little gypsy style tiny house will get some custom painting done here soon.  We are looking forward to seeing her tiny house all finished up

Ginwitty’s specs:

2 X 4 Construction
Blown in Fiberglass Batt Insulation – R-15 in walls, R-15 Ceiling and R-13 Floor
Board and Bat smart soffit siding painted Salty Dog SW9177 by Sherwin Williams
Metal roof – barrel style – Copper Penny Color
Jeld Wen white vinyl windows, 1500 series, single pan, tempered glass single hung with grids.  Outside window trim painted Refresh by Sherwin Williams
Jeld Wen French doors with blinds in between panes
Interior walls and ceiling pine tongue and groove
2 built in queen bunk beds at front end
Mid Kitchen with Hampton Bay kitchen cabinets in white, Hampton Bay single basin sink, Kraus kitchen faucet, Summit electric 2 burner cooktop.
Kitchen Counter top is a Wilsonart Deep Springs laminate
Rear bathroom with, 36’ x 36’ fiberglass shower pan with galvanized metal walls
Floor – one sheet vinyl – IVC Illusions Highland 741 Wood-Look low gloss finish
30 AMP RV Power Cord and Connection and 30 AMP RV 12 Volt power converter panel
RV Propane Connection with propane cover.  Hose bib water connection
Atwood 6 gallon dual electric and propane hot water heater.
Storage box on outside/front end
Stabilizer Hitch
25 gallon grey / 25 gallon fresh water holding tanks and 12 volt pump
Pex Plumbing pipe
3” Sewer Connection

Carolyn’s Tiny House with a View

 

Working with Carolyn was such a joy!  We loved building the  26′ Cascade style Tiny House RV for her.  She has beautiful large windows that allow a lot of natural light in.  Built with a 12 foot slide out allowing for optimal interior space!  We hope you love it as much as we do.

Here are the specs of this Tiny  House RV:

2 X 4 Construction
Jeld Wen white vinyl windows, 2500 series, double pan, tempered glass single hung with grids
Blown in Fiberglass Batt Insulation – R-15 in walls, R-15 Ceiling and R-15 Floor
Cedar Lap Siding Exterior Stained Stonehedge by Behr
3’ Tuff Rib Metal Roofing – Dark Grey Color
18’ long 12 volt electric RV Awning
Bead Board interior Frost color with plywood ceiling
Front Living room with 12’ long slide out
Fold out bed frame to fit a single size mattress mounted in the slide out
Mid Kitchen with Hampton Bay kitchen cabinets in white,
Madison 25”x22” kitchen sink, Pioneer kitchen faucet, Summit electric 2 burner cooktop.
Built in Fisher & Pykel dishwasher and a vissani white
Magic Chef refrigerator.
Corian counter top in Designer White
Rear bathroom with Dometic RV Toilet, D-code sink by Duravit with Delta hardware, 36’ x 34’
One piece fiberglass shower.  Glacier Bay bath hardware.
The bathroom has an exit door.
4’ loft right above the bathroom
Floor – one sheet vinyl – Armstrong Tavola
Outside storage on the tongue of the trailer
30 AMP RV Power Cord and Connection
RV Propane Connection with propane cover.  Hose bib water connection
Atwood 6 gallon dual electric and propane hat water heater.
38 gallon grey / 38 gallon black / 50 gallon fresh water holding tanks and 12 volt pump
Pex Plumbing pipe
3” Sewer Connection

Are You Ready for a Tiny Home?

 

Tiny Homes, or living tiny, is a huge movement taking place right now!  Coast to coast people are rethinking what is important to them and deciding to change the way they live.  You may have heard about this, read about this or maybe have seen programs on TV about it.  You may have even wondered if living in a Tiny Home is for you!?  We are here to help in that process.
We have compiled a list of things to think about and also reasons why others have decided to make this extraordinary life change:
1.  Are you looking to build a home with a foundation or do you want a house on wheels? 
2.  Do you want the freedom to have your home move with you instead of having to sell and look for a                         new place to live?  RVIA certified Tiny Homes give you the freedom you move and travel with your home.  These Tiny Homes are built to RVIA standards that allow you to tow it and park it in an RV park or on private property (depending on the city codes where you live)
3.  Is saving money something you want to achieve?  Like most of us we would all like to save more money.  Living in a Tiny RV Home can help with that!  Financial freedom is one of the reasons for the growing popularity of Tiny Homes.  They have a significant lower price tag than an average home and the monthly costs associated with them.  Studies have shown that tiny home owners have a higher than average savings compared to large homeowners
4.  Do you want to reduce your “carbon footprint” on the planet?  If you answered yes then living “Tiny” may be the perfect solution for you by reducing the amount of natural resources you need to live.
5.  Are you looking to downsize?  Living “Tiny” requires you to rethink the relationship you have with “stuff”.  With limited space for storage, people really take a good look at what they really need and really use in everyday life.
6.  Are you concerned with the smaller square footage compared to a regular home?  Tiny Home owners would encourage you to take a good look around you every day and the actual space you use.  You would be surprised about what little square footage you use.
At Tiny Idahomes we are here to help you every step of the way!  We want your experience to be the best that it can be.  Whether you are looking for a total custom floor plan or want some ideas from our base models, let us be there to guide you through this life changing process.

Not so tiny tiny house

Lately we had a lot of people asking us about what can we offer in terms of a bigger tiny house model. One of our biggest models is our Carpathian model. It is 35′ long goose neck and it comes with 3 slide outs – about 350 sq ft. Very nice and roomy tiny house. Offers a lot of space and one family should have no problems living in this space full time or part time. The cost of this tiny house starts at $57,000

Here is a family of 4 that bought one of our Carpathian Models a while back. This video explains really well the unit outside and inside. This is their space but we are a custom builder so you can utilize the space and make it your own – whatever fits your life style best, Tiny Idahomes can build it. This unit is big enough where you can fit a bedroom at the main level, loft and bedroom/living room over the goose neck. You can easily sleep 8 people

Looking forward to 2017!

Everyone here at Tiny Idahomes would like to wish you all a very Happy New Year! 
​2016 was a great year for us and we are looking forward to what 2017 will bring.  We would like to thank all of our past, and current, customers for trusting in us to build your tiny home. 
​There are a lot of building choices out there and we feel honored to be able to build for you!

​We build custom RV Tiny Homes.  And when we say custom, that is exactly what we mean!  You don’t have to live in a “cookie cutter” version of what someone else thinks you should live in.  You can live in a design that YOU invision!  From the floor plan all the way to the finished product. We look forward to working with you!

22′ Gypsy Style Cascade with Barrel Roof
20′ Cascade with A Frame Roof
24′ Cascade  with A Frame Roof
22′ Clear Creek with Shed & A Frame Roof

26′ Clear Creek with A Frame Roof
28′ Clear Creek with Barrel Roof
26′ Sejour with A Frame Roof
26′ Sejour with A Frame Roof