Vintage Tiny House Kitchen on Ebay

Vintage Tiny House Kitchen on Ebay

Retro Kitchen Unit

Kim one of our readers noticed today that there’s a great kitchen unit on Ebay that would fit perfectly in a tiny house– it’s made by Dwyer, a US company who’s been building tiny kitchen equipment for decades.

They’re mighty expensive new, but old ones occasionally show up on Ebay for a song. Kim bought one for a mother-in-law’s apartment in their old house a few years ago- it worked perfectly despite being about 40 years old (cute and retro). This one’s much bigger but has a 4-burner gasstove and oven– all you’d need for actual living in a tiny house.

Retro Kitchen Unit

To check it out go to the Ebay listing here. The Ebay item #270277912624.


  1. LOVE IT! It’s cool that back in the day they made kitchen units like this. We had one in our old cabin that was a bit bigger and had no built in stove. When we renovated we replaced it with cheap cabinets… what were we thinking!?

  2. Most interesting, now check out the Boffi Norbert Wengen K4 kitchen for the modern version! I have one at The LuxPod and it makes a beautiful piece of furniture when not in use.

      • Kent, The King manufacturing co. used to make a unit like this that I put in a cabin maybe 100 years ago,”seems like a100 years ago” anyway. Thanks Sonny.

  3. Go to and do a search for combination kitchen or kitchenettes. They sell 3 different brands “Acme, Summit or Avanti”. They give you variations on gas or electric stoves and you can determine the size, with or without upper cabinets. You can even get it with a microwave, under the counter coffee maker, with an oven and bigger refrigerators…why buy used when you can buy new and get what you want. As soon as I save enough money, one of them is coming into my little 12X20 cabin.

  4. i just got a Dwyer 5-footer with 3-burners. I can’t find any specs for the oven. There is a badge on the front of the sink that says it is model ECOR-S but google is not finding any info on it. Does anyone know voltage or amps? Any suggestions?

    • model number might be E6OR-S or EGOR-S. There is a badge on the refrigerator but I seriously doubt the 120V 2.2 amps includes the oven and stove load.

  5. I have the exact same one in my basement I have never used it so I’m not sure it works (I imagine it would though).