Moschata Rolling Bungalow

Moschata Rolling Bungalow

This tiny house was built by Shawn and Jamie Dehner, the folks at THE small HOUSE CATALOG. It’s a 20-foot mobile tiny house with two lofts – one for sleeping and one for storage. The total square footage is 160 square feet and it has a bathroom (with a flush toilet!), kitchen, and high ceilings. The attention to details and level of craftsmanship is very high as you can see.

The plans for this design are available on their website as well as several other designs for small homes ranging from 480 to 856 square feet. They are in the process of building one of their own designs now, the Bee Keeper’s Bungalow. You can follow the progress on that small home on their blog.

To see all their designs visit THE small HOUSE CATALOG. Photo credit to THE small HOUSE CATALOG.

Moschata Rolling Bungalow - Porch Sitting

Moschata Rolling Bungalow - Entry Moschata Rolling Bungalow - Kitchen Moschata Rolling Bungalow - View from Kitchen Shawn and Jamie Dehner - Toilet


  1. D

    I’ll take it!

  2. G

    I am wondering if you could tell me where I might find a toilet just like the one in the picture. I have a small closet that I want to change into a bathroom.

  3. I’m not sure what brand/model the toilet is… but the tank lid sink is something like this (if not this exactly):

  4. do you have a blog for the small house pics posted…..Love the toilet with sink
    Would love to have more details on the house :)
    She’s a beauty!!!

  5. This is their blog.

    Some digging might be needed to find more photos.

  6. L

    The toilet with the “sink” top is in common use in Japan. I would try ToTo, a Japanese bathroom supply manufacturer.

  7. T

    If we were to build the Moschata again we’d go with the all-in-one porcelain toilet-sink from A little sleuthing should bring it up at the website. That said, the SinkPositive is what’s in the photo and it works great. Good luck all!

  8. S

    The entry has purpose for us as it’s a welcome cover in a place where it drizzles 3/4 of the year. It’s also a comfortable spot for putting on/removing shoes, etc., not to mention it’s an aesthetic feature…

  9. M

    My favorite of all that I’ve seen! I love it!

  10. P

    I am interested in purchasing a toilet sink combo unit showed in you photos of Moschata Rolling Bungalow. can you tell me where to find one.?
    Thank you very much!

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