Fine Crafted DREAM TINY HOUSE with Extra Wide Layout & Unique Vintage Fixtures

The Huckleberry is a 30’x10′ extra-wide single-story tiny house on wheels with an open concept living space, a walk-through bathroom, and a main floor bedroom. It’s packed with unique features like a vintage wood stove and claw foot bathtub, handmade cabinetry, rough sawn wood, diamond-shaped windows, and a lot more!

It was designed and built by Rewild Homes Ltd on Vancouver Island, British Columbia and you can follow them here:

In this video, Jess and Pat, the owners of Rewild Homes Ltd., give us a full tour of their latest custom tiny home build and share the details and process of how this beautiful, whimsical, and natural house came to life!

We love all the special touches like the swivel coat hooks, the soft close barn doors, the custom cabinetry, the cedar shakes, the bay window reading nook, the skylights, and the dutch door in the mudroom.

The home is designed to be on the grid, so it can be hooked up to municipal water, sewer, and electricity. There is a stackable washer and dryer, a flush toilet, an induction cooktop, heated floors in the bathroom. The antique woodstove is an additional source of heat and the new owner of the home plans to also use it for cooking and baking.

This is a must-see and we hope you enjoy touring it with us!

Thanks for watching!

Mat & Danielle




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Music & Song Credits:
All music in this video was composed, performed, and recorded by Mat of Exploring Alternatives.

Editing Credits:
Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives

Filming Credits:
Mat of Exploring Alternatives

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17 Replies to “Fine Crafted DREAM TINY HOUSE with Extra Wide Layout & Unique Vintage Fixtures”

  1. Toki Warheart

    I love it. The worst thing about tiny houses is sleeping lofts. Using different kinds of wood is smart. Each tree has different energies and by mixed the wood into your house you can add those beneficial properties to your home. I absolutely love the layout and design. Most people dislike tiny homes because of the loftspace not being practical. I would never want to climb a ladder everyday and then be bent over because I literally can't stand up. Lofts in tiny homes are extremely damaging to the back.

  2. Let's Talk About Money

    Wondering why the builder is so judgmental. Not a good advertisement for using his company.

  3. Mia Miller

    Just lovely I would put stools in the kitchen for more seating and I would put a reading chair in my bedroom.

  4. Ash

    This is an amazing looking tiny house. The cast iron tub throws me, I never expected someone to add the weight of it into a tiny house.

  5. Icenbryse

    Very nice home, looks very roomy compared to some I've seen. One thing I noticed when you guys glanced over the plumbing under the bath lav, it looked like the piping exceeded grade after the P trap before being vented. Just being perceptive I could be wrong.

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