Tiny House in Oregon Crams Endless Storage Options into 204 Square Feet

If you love the Basecamp small house design and you want an off grid version you can have it. The Basecamp + Green offers all of the same storage solutions, amenities, and highlights as the standard Basecamp model but adds both solar and a rainwater harvesting system to the small house design. The Basecamp tiny house design is named for its unique and ultimate storage solutions that can cater to almost every hobby. This small house design has a beautiful rooftop deck and is built for tiny home owners who want a space for all of their adventures. And if you have pets, the Basecamp comes with pet-friendly options you can choose from.

The Basecamp plus green comes fully furnished as a turn-key or a turn-key build assist build. The following furnishings are included with both of these small house design types. The bathroom has a 36 inch by 36-inch fiberglass shower, with a composting toilet, and medicine cabinet. The kitchen has a stove top with vent, a fridge with freezer, stove with vent, Ikea kitchen cabinets, a 24-inch sink, butcher block countertop. The dining area has a bar height pull out with two bar foldable bar stools, and the living area has a large storage cabinet with understair storage and a queen sofa sleeper. There is a storage loft ladder; and side heater table. The bedroom has a headboard clothing storage and sliding laundry storage. The roof deck has removable railings, vinyl click and lock cherrywood flooring, grey carpet in storage loft and wall and ceiling sealed spruce paneling. The exterior finish for the Basecamp small house design is sealed cedar and metal accent.

One of the options that are available from Back Country Tiny Homes is their trailer foundations. If you are a DIY small house design builder who is looking to build their own tiny cabin on wheels, and you are not sure how to start your subfloor and attach your home you will want to look at this option. These foundations work for people who would like a solid start to their tiny cabin on wheels without the start-up headache for their trailer and foundation prep, with the offer trailer foundations they offer. Typical trailers are just that, trailers but you still have to protect your small house design from insects, vermin, and moisture. And you need to attach your small house design to the trailer. When you are building your small house design you need to choose the right insulation for fire protection, and think about thermal bridging. This foundation option helps you to inset your floor to maximize your loft height, so you don't have to worry about that. The foundations with BackCountry Tiny Homes come with the trailer, the floor framing, the full insulation with vapor barrier, along with full trailer flashing belly pan, and flooring subfloor. They offer utility trailer foundations from 12 feet through to 30 feet. They offer dual axle 10K trailers and triple axle 15K and 21K trailers, and they offer different levels of insulation for your small house design. The foundation options with Back country Tiny Homes helps you take the guesswork out of your first step towards your do it yourself small house design. A tiny cabin on wheels is a great option if you aren't sure how long you want to stay in one place. A tiny cabin on wheels offers more freedom to choose where you live.

You will find the Basecamp small house design on the Back Country Tiny Homes site. The Basecamp is just one of the tiny cabins on wheels you will find on the Back Country Tiny Homes site. **

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