Super Stylish Off-Grid Tiny House Packed with Clever Custom Features! Full Tour

Full of a beautiful 32′ on wheels with a dramatic black exterior and a Scandinavian interior home design. It has a breakfast bar, sofa and space-saving storage, compact multi-purpose , -floor , and a spa-like bathroom. This is the grid and has a separate systems shed for the 4000-Watt solar system and a 2000-gallon storage tank.

This house was designed and built by Lee and Payam from Homes as their prototype , and Lee and his have been living in it for almost a year now. You can out more about Instead's incredible work here:



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Editing Credits:
Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives

Filming Credits:
Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives

Build photos provided by Instead Tiny Homes

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  1. Absolutely beautiful/functional home! I love the ladder is also passthrough pantry as well. Sux you had to raise the bathroom and have that step up/down but having that sure beats busted pipe repair lol. The solar/water storage is amazing as well. It’s such a great use of the space in every detail. Absolutely wonderful build.

  2. But noooOoOOoooOooo they were burning wood for that bonfire which is releasing CO2 into the atmosphere!!! REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!

  3. The massive pile of firewood placed under this plywood house really is just begging for a forest fire to take her out isnt it..

  4. I’m just wondering whether the snow has to be shoveled off the roof during the winter as the pitch is not very great. I love the simplicity and layout

  5. @Exploring Alternatives – Hi, great videos, great ideas, thank.

    Also, Would you consider creating a summary video in regard to daily tasks for living
    in a mobile home. All the services that makes our life easier (for too much money) in a city apartment
    will need more work from us during the day (which is not a bad thing).

    It would help a lot to understand the daily chores of minimal living. thanks.

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