How To Customize or Modify Your Tiny House Design

The starting prices for B&B Micro Manufacturing’s Tiny Houses include standard materials unless otherwise noted.  All of our designs can be customized to your individual taste.

Starting prices generally include your choice of metal or vinyl siding, a minifridge, built-in electric two-burner cooktop, kitchen sink, bathroom sink, macerating toilet, and shower with vinyl insert.  All of these materials can be upgraded.

Certain customizations incur no cost to the customer, like specifying paint and stain colors.

The cost of swapping in different materials, appliances or fixtures, is reflected in the cost difference of the new item and its delivery and installation.

We are also happy to make design modifications when possible, including moving or changing the size of doors or windows or changing the length of the house. Design changes are billed at $50 per hour.

Customize your tiny house to your personal style:

Click any section below to see options.  The options in each section are listed from generally least to most expensive.

Exterior Siding


Included in base price


Available in many colors and styles, such as clapboard (shown left), board and batten (shown right), or shingle-look (costs extra)

Ribbed Metal

Choose from 22 colors.

We can do allover metal siding or panels of metal mixed with wood shiplap.  Metal siding panel shown in Hawaiian Blue.

Solid wood clapboard, painted or stained

Solid wood shiplap, (available on selected models) painted, stained, shou sugi ban (Japanese Woodburned)

 new tiny house construction

First photo: Horizontal Shiplap, Stained. Second photo: Horizontal Shiplap, Shou Sugi Ban (Japanese Woodburned)

For longevity, we recommend vertical shiplap.


Asphalt Shingles

Included in base price

Ribbed Metal Roofing

Resideo Tiny House, Resideo Tiny Smart Home

Hudson Tiny House Exterior

Available in 22 colors

Interior Walls and Ceiling

Drywall (Sheetrock)

Included in base price

In this photo: drywall walls and ceiling

Solid wood shiplap, bare, stained or painted

In this photo: clear-coated solid wood shiplap on the ceiling and lower walls.  Drywall/Sheetrock on the upper walls.

In this photo: Stained shiplap lower walls, drywall upper walls, painted shiplap ceiling.

Beadboard wainscoting & architectural plywood or drywall

In this photo: beadboard wainscoting on the lower walls, architectural plywood on the upper walls

Vintage barnwood

In this photo: vintage barnwood nightstands, headboard, ceiling


Engineered plank flooring is standard:  it’s durable, beautiful, and pictured in all our models.  Available in many colors.

Please inquire about other flooring options such as carpeting or wood.




Electric two-burner built-in cooktop

Included in base price


Propane stove/oven with range hood


Photos show different range hood options. Stove is 24″ wide.



4.5 cubic ft, 21″ W x 33″ T

Included in base price

Apartment size fridge

10.1 cubic ft., 24″ W x 68″ T

Tall fridge

12.5 cubic ft., 24″ W x 79″ T

Under-counter refrigerator and/or freezer drawers

5.4 cubic ft. for two stacked as shown, 24″ W x 34″ T



Butcher block

Poured epoxy (see more photos in the Stony Ledge, Silver Lake, Hoosic and Hudson models)


Poured concrete (available in selected models depending on weight; see more photos in the Arcadia model)


All cabinetry is custom-built in-house.

Open shelving

Enclosed cabinets


Shower with vinyl insert

Shower with tiling (choose ceiling-mount rain shower head or wall-mount showerhead)

Shower/tub combo with tiling

Add in an outdoor shower


A note on choosing your tiny house toilet: consider whether the house will move and whether the locations will have electric and water hookups.  Read more about tiny house toilet options here. 

Laveo Dry-flush Toilet: less expensive up front, more expensive per flush over time.  Uses electricity to flush but no water.

Dry Flush Toilet

Traditional flush toilet- use if your house will be permanently in place and directly tied into a septic or sewer system.  Uses water but no electricity.

Macerating Toilet: Use if you have water tanks.  The macerator uses water and electricity to grind up the waste into a liquid emulsion so it can be stored in the black water tank and then pumped out.  Macerating toilets are recommended for those who will be traveling with their houses.

Composting Toilet: This toilet doesn’t use electricity or water.  Check in with your town to see if Humanure composting system is allowed.

Incinerating Toilet: Does not use water and doesn’t drain, but rather uses electricity to incinerate the waste. A bowl liner is placed into the bowl before use, and when the flush button is pushed, it incinerates all the waste into ash.  The ash is periodically dumped out.

Fixtures and Colors

Choose any paint and stain colors. Choose any own kitchen & bathroom fixture (as long as it meets the RVIA’s standards).




Washer/Dryer combos are not included in base prices but can be installed.

Heating and Cooling/ Solar

In-wall electric heater (included in starting prices)

In-wall electric air conditioner (not included in starting prices)

Minisplit (electric heating & cooling)

Propane heat

Add a solar energy system: $3500-$10,000, depending on your energy needs.

Entry Stairs

Fold-away stairs (great for houses that travel often; least expensive stair option)

Wooden stairs; no handrail

Wooden stairs with handrail

Porch with stairs (any size)


Please inquire about more options.

Fixtures, such as lighting, appliances, sinks, showers, and toilets can usually be swapped in for others at no design cost; the price will vary according to the new fixture.

Request changes to the blueprints at $50 per hour:

Window and door sizes and placement as well as roof shapes can be changed, depending on the design of the house.

Our road-worthy tiny houses are all the maximum legal width of 8 ½’ and range in length from 16’ to 32’: please inquire about changing the length of a specific house.

Cabinetry, a wardrobe, shelving, or other built-in storage can be added as space allows.  In addition, furniture can be designed and built-in for your specific house, such as fold-down dining tables, nightstands, and built-in sofabeds.

In certain cases, B&B’s designs for tiny houses on wheels can be converted into permanently-affixed houses by removing the wheel wells, re-configuring the plumbing system, and, if applicable, changing the dimensions to reflect your needs and zoning laws.

Please inquire about any changes you’d like to make to your house design and we will provide you with a quote.  We are happy to work with you to create the tiny house of your dreams!