Lovely Tiny House Built For Big Dreams

James Brewer of has been steadily building tiny houses for customers for the last four years. It sits on a 28′ trailer and overall, including the loft is has 316 square feet of living space. As you’ll see in the video, it’s chocked with high-end finishings.

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Located in Warrior, Alabama

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    • No, la cama está sobre el área en voladizo en el frente y el armario está en el baño frente a la lavadora y la secadora.

      Aún no está amueblado. Entonces no hay colchón …

  1. I’m so afraid of this tiny house movement, I mean it’s like a nude community, because every single tiny house has a dishwasher but none of them a closet so I’m wondering is this people walking around naked all the time? 🤔

    • Hurt feelings? No, sorry, I only deal with facts. You’re free to disagree on matters of opinion but the facts are the facts! All I’ve done was point them out to you…

    • ZeoCyberG yeah, your point was that me and my hundred pairs of shoes would not be a good fit for a tiny house, the Fact that you don’t understand is that people need a place to storage clothes, a winter coat and some other tipe of outfit , either you like it or not that’s a fact.

    • No, sorry but the only one who doesn’t seem to understand is you. I’ve clearly pointed out the fact there is storage for cloths. You repeatedly saying otherwise is just you’re denial of that fact.

      Reality is people wouldn’t be living in anything if it didn’t meet their basic essentials.

      The reason I said hundred is because that’s how much you actually need to have a real problem with a Tiny House. People can still have 20 to 50 pairs of cloths in a tiny house before they have to seriously consider a different lifestyle.

      I can only assume you don’t understand where they’re storing it but there’s plenty of ways to store cloths.

      Wardrobes, dresser drawers, hanging rods, wall hooks, hidden compartments, etc. Some storage is movable and some are built in…

      Heck, the link I provided you is for someone who will have essentially a wardrobe room and she’ll still have plenty of additional storage for other things in the house.

      So suggesting people don’t even have a place to hang a coat is beyond silly…

    • ZeoCyberG I didn’t see any wardrobe or dressers, neither space for it.
      The passion you are putting to defend the idea is great but the only way to find solutions is accepting that there’s a problem that need it to be addressed.
      The Tiny house movement is something I’ve been interesting in quite a while, I’ve been researching it and studying the alternatives for over 2 years now, you need land, remember that you can’t park you house on the road, you need access to services, water, power and even garbage.
      But specially your Tiny house need to cover all of the basic needs that a real house will, remember that you’ll have to invest at least 100 k to be able to live free, that’s over 3 years, you can Not level 3 years in a suitcase (like you said) so there’s that.

    • If you’re talking about the house in the video here… Sorry, you need to be more observant…

      There’s a big closet opposite the stacked washer and dryer in the bathroom… There’s drawers in most of the steps of the stairs and there’s room in the living room for a dresser or storage bench to be placed because that’s where the wheel well is located and thus nothing else is there but custom furniture can fit over it and make use of that space…

      The wall by the loft bed can also have shelves for additional storage if needed later… Or you can just a hanging rod by the tv up there and have some hanging cloths by the bed for things like a robe, etc.

      The owner of this house hasn’t moved into it yet. So the video is just with what the builder staged it with… So there’s not even a mattress on the loft bed yet.

      Heck, there’s additional space on the walls that can be used and there’s types of closets you can pull down from a high level to make use of them.

      Note, a lot people save some parts of the interior to after they move in so they can get a proper feel where everything should go and that’s often hard to do by just looking at the floor plans.

      While no, you don’t need to invest $100K to live free… It can cost that sometimes but there are ways to do it for less. Some land is more expensive than others but that really depends where you want to live as to whether it will cost a lot or not.

      Even with commercial builders, companies like Incredible Tiny Homes can allow people to have much more budget friendly options.

      Also, you can design a house to function off-grid… Opens a lot more options on where someone can live. Though, providing your own utilities does require a possibly big up front cost but it more than pays for itself in the long run as long as you do it right.

      As for living via your suitcase… It can be done, there’s people who live in their cars and vans and have done it for years. There was even a guy who basically lived out of a back pack for over 40 years.

      So what can be done really depends on the person… Not everyone can go that extreme but some can and there’s still other options for people who need more to live on as well… Like living in a RV while they built their Tiny House… Or building their tiny house while living with friends or family… Among other options…

      Yes, there are problems but that’s true of any housing option because none of them are perfect for everyone. So no one should go looking at a tiny house as a cure all because they’re not… They’re just a more minimial way of living but the kind of house you get should actually be scaled to fit your needs and not fit some proprietary standard that will never fit everyone…

      That said, Tiny Houses can be anywhere from around 50 sq ft to over 500 sq ft… Though, most consider 400 sq ft and below what most would go for…

      Something that’s around 480 Sq Ft can actually have 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms… I’ve seen at least one company make two Tiny Houses like that…

      While something 300 Sq Ft can still have two bedrooms and a good size living space… You really only have to go smaller if you need to be very mobile or simply need to keep the cost a lot lower as tiny houses can range from a few thousand for something around 50 Sq Ft to over $100K for something that’s over 400 Sq Ft and has everything needed to live on even off-grid…

      There’s even companies starting to make Tiny Houses with pop-up roofs so they can basically have a second floor instead of a loft when parked and companies like Ten Fold Engineering have the capability to make houses that get far bigger when parked…

      Zach Giffin of Tiny House Nation even has an experimental THOW platform that he’s putting together to test out many of the new design options while he tours the country with the charity organization he works with to teach vets how to build their own homes, and it has a loft that elevates up to a second floor and it also has a roof deck…

      I could go on but you should be getting the point by now that I know what I’m talking about…

  2. None of the links above show any pictures of the actual model and the price of it. Wil you please update your links?

  3. Omg this is amazing! And I’ve seen a lot of tiny house vids, and am very picky about them. I would love to see this design in a bigger trailer. Gorgeous!

  4. The trade off between a professionally shot video with elevator music and an amateur vid with personal commentary and an interview, is soul, flavour, essence…

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