These tiny house plans may just help make your dream of owning a tiny house a reality. Building it yourself will save you money and ensure that you’re getting a high-quality home.
The tiny house plans below include everything you need to build your new home. You can find blueprints, diagrams, photos, cut lists, materials lists, and step-by-step building directions.
Besides saving a lot of money, downsizing is truly the best way of organizing your stuff and de-clutter. Minimalism as a movement among the younger generation is definitely picking up steam.
Here is a list of 10 best trailer homes on wheels a lot of young and older people managed to build on a very tight budget from $10,000 & up.
10. The Turtle
The Turtle house is a tiny house designed for accessibility and storage. At 230 square feet this is a not-so-tiny tiny house, which is suited to those who need just a little bit more space. The living room is naturally lit and ventilated by four windows (five if you include the door) and has space enough for two cosy armchairs, a fold-away table, and a stainless steel fireplace. The loft can be used as an extra sleeping space or for storage. It has a large skylight window to provide natural day lighting and a means of egress.
9. The BRV2
The living room features a large operable window to provide natural light and ventilation. The dining room contains the homes two main entrances – the single front door, and the outward-swing patio doors. The dining area has enough space for a small table and two or three chairs. The kitchen features a 2-burner cook-top, sink and under-counter refrigerator. The kitchen also contains base cabinets, wall cabinets, and a drawer unit, helping to provide ample storage space for all your culinary needs.
8. The Humblebee
The living room features two armchairs, a coffee table and a large closet/shelving assembly for all your storage needs. There’s also space for a wall-mounted TV so you can kick back and relax. Due to the open-plan layout, the living room leads directly into the kitchen, which has a dining/breakfast bar for two on one side (with storage below). The loft can accommodate a queen-size mattress with space to spare. Both the loft and the storage area are naturally lit by picture windows. This tiny house can be built on a either a 20′ x 7′ utility trailer, or a 20′ x 7′-6″ utility trailer.
7. The Rooke
The Rooke has a large living room featuring 2 floor-to-ceiling closet units and 2 shelving units, creating plenty of storage space. In the kitchen here are plenty of worktop surfaces for food preparation, and windows to provide natural lighting during the day. The loft is one of our most spacious sleeping lofts due to the low mono-pitch roof, allowing the walls to extend higher up, giving you that little bit of extra elbow space. This tiny house can be built on a either a 20′ x 7′-6″ utility trailer, or a 20′ x 7′ utility trailer.
6. The Blue Jay
Originally designed for a self-employed couple who work in the creative industries, the Blue Jay Tiny House features a spare room that’s perfect for a home office or hobby space.
This tiny house can be built on a 8′ x 24′ utility trailer.
5. The JS Bell
The JS Bell features a cosy living room surrounded by single-hung windows with a cathedral ceiling to enhance the feeling of space. It has plenty of space for two armchairs and also contains the homes heater; a small stainless steel fireplace. The loft can accommodate queen sized mattresses, and is lit by two large circle-segment windows. The most unique feature of this tiny house is it’s curved ceiling, which increases the vertical and horizontal space in the loft compared to other roof types. This tiny house can be built on a either a 17′ x 6′ utility trailer, or a 17′ x 6′-6″ utility trailer. Alternatively, you can use a 16′ trailer and cantilever the home.
4. The Berneil + Porch
The Berneil + Porch has a 7′ by 21′ footprint and 191-square-feet of living space. The living room is naturally lit and ventilated by four windows (five if you include the door) and has space enough for two cosy armchairs, a fold-away table, and a stainless steel fireplace. The kitchen features a 2-burner cook-top, sink and under-counter refrigerator. The sleeping loft is capable of accommodating a queen size mattress and is lit by a half-round window. The loft is accessed by a set of ladders. This tiny house can be built on a 18′ x 7′ utility trailer.
3. The BRV1
The living room features a cathedral ceiling, a dormer with a half-round window, and a set of glass outward-swing patio doors. Natural light from the windows floods the interior creating a bright and airy space. The bedroom can accommodate a queen-size bed. With storage cabinets under the bed and wall cabinets above, there’s no shortage of space for your belongings, books, and nick-knacks. The bedroom features a large operable window to provide plenty of natural light, and the ceiling joists have been left visible to create a warm atmosphere.
2. The McG Loft
The living room of the McG Loft has a cathedral ceiling and is surrounded by no less than five windows and a skylight, creating a bright and airy interior. The living area also contains the homes source of heating, a small stainless steel fireplace. The sleeping loft is capable of accommodating a full-size mattress and is naturally lit and ventilated by a skylight, as well as a picture window. This tiny house can be built on a 7′ x 20′ utility trailer.
1. The Athru
The Athrú (meaning to change or alter) is a unique tiny house. This home has been designed to make a tiny housing a feasible option for someone who may not be able to access a sleeping loft. To create a more accessible home, the bed is concealed under the raised kitchen. Storing the bed in this way has allowed us to maximise the available floor space – it’s a tiny house that works around you and your needs.
Well, these 10 tiny house plans will hopefully get you moving in the right direction while you are deciding on if or when you should go tiny. We also have an interesting selection of underground houses, container homes as well as self-sustaining homes, which is a definite must-read.