Couple Stops Paying Rent by Building Tiny Home

clothesline-tiny-home 2

A young couple from the States decided they were tired of paying rent and mortgages. Their solution? Build a tiny house on a truck trailer! Shane and Carrie Caverly both had building and design experience so they put their minds together and built their 144 sq ft house on a gooseneck trailer. They’ve also created a company called Clothesline Tiny Homes for anybody who is interested in doing the same.


The house is designed to hold two occupants and includes a bedroom, one big room that serves as a kitchen and living room and a galley bathroom. The tiny, mobile house employs white painted drywall for its interior, cell poly-iso foam for insulation, a steel roof with gray water collection tank, an incinerating toilet, and an on-demand hot water heater. All the necessities of home. Currently they are posted up on 5 acres of beautiful land in New Mexico. To learn more about Clothesline Tiny Homes, check out their website.

clothesline-tiny-home 3

clothesline-tiny-home 4

clothesline-tiny-home 5

clothesline-tiny-home 6

clothesline-tiny-home 7

clothesline-tiny-home 8

clothesline-tiny-home 9

Via tinyhouseblog

Share this Story
Need help creating powerful branded content? Let Column Five hook you up.
  • We Love Friday!- Lovely Lines of Laundry

    After the refrigerator, a clothes dryer is the biggest energy hogging appliance out there. Consumer Energy Center estimates that it costs ...
Load More Related Articles

Facebook Comments

Get inspiration in your inbox. Sign up for our newsletter.