Seattle Tiny Homes & Small for All DIY Plans

In the world of tiny houses, being in business since 2010 is a lifetime. For years, Seattle Tiny Homes has quietly been constructing several high quality tiny homes on wheels, basic starter homes and now has a set of plans under their “Small For All” system.

Seattle Tiny Homes is located in Walla Walla, Wash.

Located in Walla Walla, Wash., Seattle Tiny Homes was started by Sharon Read as an alternative to the big house trend. Interested in minimal design since she was a preteen, Read wanted homes to account for every square inch—taking stress off the environment.

The Wallingford model is one of their classic designs.

The company currently has seven models available, but each can be customized for their owner. The classic Ballard model has a side entrance, two dormer windows and comes in three different lengths. The Fremont comes in four different lengths, has a short side entrance and a front porch. The cute Wallingford comes in three lengths, can have from one to three lofts and can be made ADA accessible. The models start at around $43,000 and can go up to about $90,000 depending on size and amenities.

The company can customize downstairs and loft layouts for several lengths.

Seattle Tiny Homes’ Starter Home option includes a home with the trailer foundation, exterior walls and completed roof. Then you can decide whether or not you want to finish the exterior and interior or leave it up to the company to complete. Once they are complete, each of the homes are RVIA certified in the state of Washington.

Each of their models are RVIA certified.

If you are a full DIYer, the “Small For All” system is the company’s hub. The system includes 90 pages of highly detailed plans, a custom made trailer and two resources: “Tiny House Plumbing Secrets” and the “DIY Tiny House Crash Course.” Each resource is free even if you don’t purchase the “Small For All” system.

Contact the company to tour one of their models.

Photos by Seattle Tiny Homes

By Christina Nellemann for the [Tiny House Blog]

8 thoughts on “Seattle Tiny Homes & Small for All DIY Plans”

  1. Hi, where can I view the rest of the tiny home that is the 1st and 2nd picture on your website above? Love it. Very cosy.

    • Hi John, they do not have to be on wheels and yes many people use solar. They are mobile and that is what many people want. There are many other options not on wheels as well.


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