Nice stainless steel countertop and great shelving in this. This floorplan (above and below images) is the Cypress Overlook, which is my favorite plan. The natural wood, stainless steel countertops and gorgeous cork flooring is a beautiful combination.
This kitchen has a 4 burner gas range, it’s a 270sq.ft. tiny house that is for sale in California.
This kitchen is from the Amalfi Edition floor plan, and is one of many that you can choose from crafted by a British Columbia tiny house builder in Canada. It’s built on a 20ft trailer, with side french doors! The interior is fitted with stairs to the loft bedroom, and equipped with storage shelving beneath the stairs. It’s easy to see why this is a very popular unit and well liked for its open plan and easy to use layout!
This tiny house, from Tiny Treasure Homes, will be featured on HGTV’s Tiny House Hunters this October 2015! This floorplan is called The Freedom which will retail for $62,500 after its showing on HGTV. But, you can buy it now for the special low introductory price of only $49,900! Check it out, it’s pretty nice! It is 8.5′ wide x 24′ long x 13.4′ high, comes with all appliances shown, washer dryer combo, refrigerator/freezer, and is all equipped with everything one would need (heaters, composting toilet, etc.) This tiny house is built on a SUPER HEAVY DUTY trailer designed specifically for tiny houses. It has a custom 4′ pull out/retractable front porch!
This tiny house kitchen is from the Oregon Cottage Company, it is fitted with a marine oil fueled stove called an Origo which has a creative handcrafted counter/cabinet to allow for fuel access.
This entire tiny house, built by a young couple with no previous building experience, is documented step-by-step at their site. I thought they did a nice job on the kitchen (above) and they made a very cool rolling island cart (below).
College students did the construction on this charming 153 sq.ft. home on wheels that they call the Bay View AU Tiny House. It boasts a U-shaped kitchen, plenty of cabinet, counter and shelving space, a two-seater dinette, a larger fridge, in a bright welcoming space.
Nice U-shaped kitchen, loads of counter space, cabinets and shelving… and check out the size of that sink! The Radhaus a Tiny House on Wheels.
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