Laura and Rory’s adorable custom Tiny House RV sits pretty on a blueberry farm near Vancouver, British Columbia. The couple recently shared their stories with our Vancouver Tumbleweed workshop attendees, along with advice and build tips!
Watch the full video tour of Laura and Rory’s custom tiny:
It took Laura and Rory one year to build their blue Tiny House RV, and the couple is happy to have the project finished (or almost finished). A carpenter’s work is never done!
Laura and Rory’s Tiny House RV features a gambrel shaped roof, which expands the interior living space dramatically. They have plenty of headroom in their two lofts. A bedroom skylight adds natural light and ventilation to the space.
Perhaps the most innovative area in the couple’s tiny is their sitting area or “great room.” Their custom convertible couch is spacious enough for SIX people to dine! That’s fantastic in such a small footprint.
The couple added a personal touch to their front door with a one-of-a-kind stained glass window. Rory’s grandfather handmade the window for Rory more than 20 years ago. They had the delicate stained glass mounted between two pieces of tempered glass, protecting it from the outdoor elements.
Laura and Rory’s bathroom showcases some excellent woodwork – especially around the tiny bathroom sink. The bathroom also features a compost toilet, pocket door and full shower stall.
Lastly, Laura and Rory’s kitchen has all the amenities of a standard size kitchen: full range stove, washing machine, double sink and full refrigerator. Rory sculpted the concrete countertop himself. It looks absolutely gorgeous!
The couple was able to build their dream Tiny House RV for $30,000 CAD. They are currently using the power and water hookups from a large house on the property, in exchange for a reasonable rent payment.
*Learn more on Laura & Rory’s website
*Read about another Vancouver Tiny House RV
*All photos and video courtesy of Tiny House Giant Journey
Jenna Spesard is currently traveling around North America in a DIY Tumbleweed Cypress with her partner, Guillaume. They are photographing and writing about Tiny Homes and their adventure. Follow her informative blog.