This rustic, cedar cabin in the woods is where it all started. The 18 foot tiny house was built by Travis Pyke, founder of Wind River, as his personal home back in 2014. With custom built oak cabinets and storage, a concrete counter with integral sink, and cedar rain screen siding, this home continues to be one of our favorites. This home costs $60,000 as pictured. We can build a simpler home in a similar aesthetic and size starting at around $48,000. Contact us if you'd love your very own version of The Wind River Bungalow.
Brittany on Living Tiny: Simply put: my husband and I will be totally debt free (that includes, house, car, school loans, ALL DEBT) in a few months, so my goal of being debt free by age 30 will be reached. This is incredibly freeing, and I know the rewards of tiny living are going to show up even more. We have been putting the money we would be spending on rent or a mortgage into our debt. Also, we've been able to travel. It’s not a problem to up and leave our home. On a day to day basis the rewards of this lifestyle change have been: I love all of my outfits in my closet, it takes less time to get ready, I never lose my keys (which used to be a daily thing for me), everything has its place, we spend more time outside and being active, and we also spend more time in our community. Personally, this lifestyle change has done the opposite of what my fears told me it would bring. I had a fear of feeling trapped but in fact I now feel FREE.
The Nomad's Nest was designed with wanderlust in mind, a rustic exterior and bohemian vibe. This home was built on a 30 foot gooseneck trailer with custom features galore, including an inset horse trough tub with slate tile surround, mixed live-edge and concrete counters with integral concrete sink, raised bed platform with storage, and premium appliances. The build cost of this home as pictured is $86,000. We could build a much simpler home in a similar size and aesthetic starting at around $70,000. Contact us if you'd like your very own customized version of The Nomad's Nest.
Tiny houses are the core of what we do, but when we were asked to restore and customize a 27' long 1973 Airstream Overlander, we couldn't say no. The combination of funky and modern gives this space a unique vibe. Almost every item you see here was custom built for this project. Please contact us if you're interested in having us customize a vintage Airstream for you! We take new Airstream projects on a case-by-case basis and will price the buildout individually.
The Phoenix is a completely custom house built on a gooseneck trailer, and has a distinct charred-wood exterior. The client wanted to be able to stand up in their bedroom and the ability to move their home easily, so the gooseneck design was a perfect fit. This home costs around $82,000 to build as pictured with a high level of customization and premium appliances. We can build a much simpler 30' gooseneck tiny house with a similar aesthetic for around $68,000. Contact us if you want your very own version of The Phoenix.
This gorgeous tiny house is an amalgamation of modern, rustic, and industrial styles. It started with a client selecting one of our floor plans and then customizing it to fit their needs. As pictured with an off grid solar system, custom shower, custom kitchen and premium appliances, this home cost $88,000. The Triton is a much simpler house with a similar aesthetic and size starting at around $57,000. Contact us if you'd like your very own customized version of The Chimera.
The Triton tiny house is a 26 foot home that originally cost $67,500 to build. This home is very similar in aesthetic to our Chimera home but has simpler finishes. This tiny house features a separate office space with a live-edge desk, charred wood siding accent, and a stunning yet efficient kitchen. It is a great example of a home that is both high quality and budget friendly. Contact us if you would like your very own version of the Triton.
The Mayflower is the larger, fancier sister of both our Triton and Chimera tiny houses and shares a similar aesthetic. The Mayflower was originally built for a little over $100,000 with all the upgrades and details in the home, including an off grid solar system and premium appliances and fixtures. We’ve developed a base model of the Mayflower at a lower price point, still packed with upgrades and with the same look and feel, but a scaled back window package, appliance package, and without off-grid options. Click the button below to download the brochure with all the details and info about the Mayflower tiny house. Contact us if you're interested in your very own personalized Mayflower.
The Rook is a modern/industrial high end custom home with a moody vibe that is 22 feet long (with a 2 foot bump-out in the master loft). As pictured, the home has a total cost of $99,500 and includes custom hardware, premium lighting and appliances, and a full off grid solar system. We can build a turnkey updated 24 ft version of the Rook starting at $77,000 when excluding the off-grid options. Click the button below for full details on the Rook, including specs and pricing. Contact us if you're interested in your very own personalized version of The Rook.
The Urban Micro Home is a 650 square foot permanent foundation small home built in Chattanooga, TN. With a modern/industrial vibe and lots of natural materials, this tiny house just feels right. The home was built for clients who love the outdoors and love to entertain. Some of it's most notable features include a window filled garage door that opens into the living space, vaulted ceilings, and smart home features.
We have built a limited number of permanent foundation home in the past, but currently aren't taking on any new permanent foundation home builds. Instead we are focusing on tiny houses on wheels that you can find in our other gallery pages.
If, however, you've fallen in love with the Urban Micro you're in luck, because we have full building plans available for purchase in our store!
The Monocle tiny house was a California couples dream that we were fortunate enough to bring to reality. This 24' tiny home is built 10' wide to accommodate a bed on the main level while still maintaining a spacious feel. The bathroom was one of the main focuses on this build and features a floating sink, recessed mirror, composting toilet, and tile wet bath compete with both hand-held and overhead rain shower heads. The home also features a custom his/hers pull out closet that offers 8 feet of total hanging space with lots of shelving space underneath, all illuminated by LED lights. The clean lines, mix of white and warm tones, and a few rustic touches make this home truly unique. We started with a blank sheet of paper and worked closely with the customer to design and craft exactly what they were looking for! This turn key home cost around $84,500 as pictured. Contact us if you are interested in your own custom version of The Monocle.
The Ironclad tiny house started as a hybrid of two of our past builds, The Chimera and The Rook, but ended up taking on a life of it's own. This sleek and modern tiny house won't stand up to canon balls like the Civil War ships that inspired its name, but the 40-year warranty metal siding and roofing are incredibly durable and low maintenance. Step inside and you'll find the interior has a modern feel with industrial and rustic accents. White shiplap walls, light natural pine ceiling, and subway tiles are offset by the brooding and dark tone of the trim, hardware, fixtures, and floor. The Ironclad tiny home also has a larger than standard bathroom, large shower (48"x32"), and full sized appliances which allow the space to feel and operate like a much larger home. If you want your very own custom version, contact us here!
This 30 foot tiny home is one of the biggest we've built yet and features two separate loft bedrooms, an office space with a built in desk, a spacious living room, and a walk in closet on the main level. The inviting interior makes you feel at home the moment you step through the door with its whimsical colors, bright accents, and unique features, including the custom made lily pad spiral stairs that take you up to the loft and a 3,000+ copper penny kitchen countertop. There are also anchors to set up hammocks on the main level, and a Bose surround-sound system. One of the greatest features this home offers is the ability to go completely off the grid! The cooktop and all the heating elements are propane fed, the bathroom features a Natures Head composting toilet, and the rooftop is covered nearly end to end with 9 solar panels that feed 4 battery banks. As pictured, this home cost $105,000.
The owner of this truly unique home did a lot of homework and envisioned many of the details and features she wanted in her dream home, and our team was so excited to bring that vision to life!