A tiny house on wheels from Humble and Handcraft, the Tomahawk shows what a stylish, environmentally friendly and economic tiny house looks like. The Tomahawk measures 12 feet long by 8.5 feet wide and 10 feet tall making for a super small home that is easily transported. That means that this tiny house on wheels would be the perfect travel trailer or an excellent option for those who have to be on the go for work a lot. The lighter the tiny house is, the more flexible you can be.
Humble and Handcraft uses a lot of recycled and reclaimed materials in their tiny house builds. So on the exterior of this tiny house, they used reclaimed cedar shingling and reclaimed corrugated steel on the walls, reclaimed redwood and cedar on the trim and fascia, and some standing seam metal roofing. It's quite impressive that the company handcrafts most of what you see here and they even fabricated the wood burning stove with an oven and cooktop for this one.
The tiny house is built on a goose-neck double axle trailer which was created by Zieman in Los Angeles California, and it's strong enough to carry the tiny house and any weight inside of it. A home like this one shows that even if you're on a budget, it's possible to build a tiny house that looks great. By using reclaimed materials money can be saved, and also natural resources are spared as well. Think of how many tiny houses could be built using just scrap materials alone.