Looking for the best floor plans for your own tiny house on wheels? The Tiny House Blog has done all the research so you don’t have to!
Whether you want to build your small mobile home yourself from the chasse up, or you’d rather hire the pros to do it for you, any of these floor plans will start you on the road to lifestyle freedom – tiny house style. (While you’re brainstorming about the tiny mobile home of your dreams, check out these ten life hacks for small home living.)
If you’re not up for constructing your own tiny home one stick at a time, these folks will be glad to do it for you. (Actually, unless you’re an experienced contractor, AND you have tons of savings packed away to quit your day job for a couple years, it’s probably best that you don’t go the DIY route…)
They have a wide range of different models to choose from, including a category they call park models, all of which fall under 400 square feet – well into tiny house territory. If you’re interested in learning more or you want to inquire about pricing, jot them an email. They also have a YouTube Channel, where you get a good sense of what their houses are like on this inside.
For all the pioneering, self-sufficient tiny mobile home enthusiasts, TinyHouseDesign.com has a variety of plans available – for just $29!
Their plans range between 12 and 28 feet in length, and they’re well rendered and easy to understand, which will cut down on your learning curve if you’re a first time builder.
If you’re looking for something accessible and inexpensive, then the DIY teardrop camper could be perfect for you. One trip to your local home supply store for materials and rented tools, and you could be on your way to a life of adventure on the open road.
This article explains how to design and build your own simple teardrop camper step by step, with detailed pictures.
TinyHomeBuilders.com founder, Dan, started his business when his mother needed a home she could afford. He built her a little mobile home for less than the cost of a car, and kept doing it for others who wants to experience the nomadic way of life in a tiny house of their own. (They even donate a portion of their time and money to local charities.)
They have a variety of plans available to choose from, and if you live on the west coast, you might consider attending one of their DIY workshops. If Florida is too far for a road trip, you might consider signing up for their eCourse.
Unless you just heard about tiny houses for the first time this morning, you’re probably already familiar with the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company.
In addition to a slew of plans to choose from, ranging between 117 and 172 square feet in size, they offer a variety of instructional DVDs, free online resources, and workshops for those who want to build a home of their own. They’ll even draw up a custom design to your specifications. (My neighbors Lucas and Brooke attended one of their workshops in Colorado, and said it was fantastic!)
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