This is one of the most amazing tiny houses ever. The interior is a true work of art. And the pizza oven is just… wow!
The Gypsy Mermaid is undoubtably one of the most creative and artistic tiny house builds that we have visited to date. There are features in this home that I didn’t believe to be possible in a tiny house such as a fully functional feature pizza oven right in the middle of the home which provides both ample warmth and amazing pizza!
This couple loves to travel and were greatly inspired by European style in their build, especially when it came to the interior decor of the home. The entire place was constructed by the couple as a DIY build for the unbelievable price of only $15,000, largely thanks to the amount of reclaimed materials that have gone into the tiny home’s construction.
5 thoughts on “$15,000 DIY European Style Tiny House With Pizza Oven”
Wow! This is an absolutely amazing house. I am impressed with every aspect. Everything is functional, yet beautiful. I love how the couple’s strengths played into the creative of this masterpiece. Thank you for sharing.
I’m constantly amazed at all the new ideas coming out of the tiny house movement. Unfortunately, I think a lot of people tune out when they hear the words “tiny house” and therefore miss out on what’s happening. It’s good to keep an open mind and learn what other people are doing even if you’re not currently considering living this way.
Hello! Me and my girlfriend are in Koh Phangan… could we come and visit you and your place? How can we connect directly with you? My Thai mobile is 0066 0829505579 and I also use WhatsApp.
Harshil and Aloka
Our phone has been disconnected since getting fiber optic, so no phone service now. Sorry, no tours at this time. Email is best for me. See my address at the top of every page.
Very clever, very inspiring. I particularly like how they used ceramic cloth to insulate the pizza oven and the oven door to prevent heat build-up in the home. The owner said it was not difficult finding a place to park the tiny house thanks to having so many friends. It’s now the groundskeepers house at a school or church. Also note the small outside door for emptying the composting toilet. Good idea.