Beautiful ULTRA SMALL 16ft Tiny House Tour

We’re touring an ultra-tiny tiny house with a classic floorplan that manages to fit all the essentials onto a super- 16′ trailer. This is The Thistle model and it was built by Summit Tiny Homes in Vernon, BC. It has a lot of charm with a gable roof and cedar shake siding, and a cozy farmhouse-style interior design.

This tiny house has a storage bench and an electric fireplace, a combo washer-dryer, a galley kitchen, a bright bathroom, a storage staircase, and a loft with headroom and a railing.

We loved getting to check out this tiny house and are glad we finally got to meet the Summit team and visit their workshop where all the magic happens.

Thanks watching!

Mat & Danielle

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Editing Credits:
Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives

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Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives

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Summit Tiny Homes

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20 Comments

  1. I really like it but I don’t like the loft designs. I get it, make use of vertical space, but a loft is the HOTTEST place to sleep. I prefer a murphy bed on the main floor approach and use the vertical space for storage. With the bathroom, water tank, misc accessories on the bottom floor, storing stuff up top shouldn’t make it very top heavy.

  2. There is no place in design to put a few items of clothing? Clothes washer seems extravagant, when there’s no wardrobe. Perhaps, this is the Nudist model. =) Can’t have everything in a tiny home is true, but clothing our bodies is everyday reality.

  3. I’d like to see a little more details about how power/water/sewage are done on these things. Also, they should really put a hand rail on the stairs.

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