Dehlia’s tiny bathroom is typical of a city apartment: a 4 x 6 foot space that benefited from a functional, small-scale redesign. The floors are slate, the walls are seaglass, and the fixtures are well proportioned for the room.” – Apartment Therapy
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Here is a cabin which I have built on a flat bed, twin axle trailer. It serves as both a transport method and as facilites for a yurt. It has a fully equipped kitchen with oven, hob grill, fridge, sink, as well as a bathroom and a compost toilet, all with hot and cold running water. It is completely Off Grid with a solar array and bottled propane for water heating and cooking along with a wood burning stove for heat.” – Handmade Matt
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One area of my tiny house that I have come to think about a lot is the bathroom. Now of course you need a bathroom, a place to use the restroom, a place to shower, etc. It can range from in your tiny house flush toilet or composting, to an “outhouse” style with a properly designed system or even a flush toilet; But I am beginning to wonder if a bathroom should be outside the tiny home.” – Ryan
1986 GMC Vandura G-3500 cube van converted to a camper with a spacious feel. You can stand up in the van and walk around.
This ad is for our 1 showroom 10 x 20 200 sq ft unit. The unit is fully finished on the inside and exterior.
This is a meticulously crafted tiny house on wheels that was built by a family of builders (2 brothers and a father). It was finished on June 7th 2012. The interior is approximately 136 square feet.
Derek ‘Deek’ Diedricksen makes a great find… a 4×4 bathroom… and just in time I might add.
“The bathroom was a former closet, and is a mere 4′ by 4′ in its floor layout. The tiny sink was salvaged from another collapsing cabin in the woods and given a new life here.”
Just kidding… continue reading at Relaxshacks.com: A tiny, tiny bathroom, in a tiny bunk house in Maine.
Steve posted some details and tips for constructing a simple bathroom in a shipping container cabin.
“The platform is constructed of 2″x6″ cedar boards with stainless steel screws holding it together. The vertical support boards are cut out along the back wall to make room for the plumbing, which runs from under the kitchen cabinets to the shower platform. The tub is a Behrens 35 gallon galvanized steel tub that I got from Amazon, of all places.”
Ella gives us a tour of her tiny home’s tiny bathroom. Love the shower/tub and dual use faucet.
“I’ve barely mentioned anything about my bathroom thus far, so now that it’s almost completely finished I had best get on it. It is located behind the kitchen, adjacent to the pink room and underneath my loft floor. I suppose it’s one of the only things in Little Yellow that’s in the same place as the original Fencl floorplan. It’s a little wider though, and a little shorter I think.”
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