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  • Reply Kathy November 18, 2016 at 1:10 pm

    The sleeping area 5th wheels provide is a good compromise for those of us who can’t clamber into lofts, and provides plenty of space. I suppose switching out the double barcaloungers aimed at the TV would make it seem less cold, shall we say. It looks comfortable but not comforting. Personal touches will help, but nothing to be done about the narrow windows, generic granitesque countertop & cabinets. Shorter people can’t even look out the window while doing the dishes. And from the outside, looks unfriendly. I’m sorry, but the builders really need to think harder about window placement. I suppose it would be OK for a mancave. Chairs, TV, Brewskis.

  • Reply KnowItAll November 18, 2016 at 3:01 pm

    No one wants to to look UP while watching TV. There’s no sink in the bathroom. It looks cheap, like all the materials came from Home Depot. Kathy’s right, perfect for frat boys.

  • Reply jeni bruckler November 18, 2016 at 8:43 pm

    I’ve had a fifth wheel, tiny house design (250 sq.ft.) laid out on paper for over a year, no tiny house design out there has even come close to mine..I’ve even had a tiny house builder look at it and say it would work, he could build it off my chicken scratch.. One day I hope to build it.. this design is basic and needs a better thought to the living space lay out for sure..not enough windows and the bedroom needs some kind of privacy..the whole house is good, it does need that specific touch by a loving owner though.

    • Reply Jeff November 21, 2016 at 4:45 pm

      Share your plans and we will see if “no tiny house design out there has even come close to” yours. What is your claim to fame? Maybe someone will want to pick up your design?

  • Reply Brenda November 19, 2016 at 12:34 pm

    Love the decent sized fridge, and actual area to sit and watch TV (you’d be surprised how many tiny houses on this site lack that), and an easily accesible bed. Is that storage I see under it? Nice. I do agree it’s a bit plain on the outside, perhaps an accent color or strip or a bar of corrugated metal to give it some personality. I know some people dislike the corrugated metal but I like it.

  • Reply Eddy November 20, 2016 at 4:23 pm

    This tiny house is perhaps one of the most depressing I’ve ever seen. Although it has room for a comfy sofa(yay!) it has the two loungers. I imagine the owners coming home from work, getting two beers from the outsize fridge, blasting two ready meals in the microwave( no oven) reclining in the chairs and watching tv. The ladder seams superfluous, you could get on to the bedroom by standing on a small box, and like others, I hate the high windows; it definitely feel unwelcoming and poorly dressed , sorry

    • Reply Kitty November 21, 2016 at 12:54 pm

      EDDY: For what it’s worth, I believe that is a free-standing oven sitting on top of the refrigerator. Otherwise I agree with most of the other posts in that it is not most well-thought-out or executed tiny home I’ve seen — and I’ve seen thousands of them over the last 30 years. It needs more windows for a start. Just saying. . .

  • Reply Kristina H Nadreau November 21, 2016 at 1:50 pm

    the viewing angles and distances for tv watching are well known and freely available. The placement here is such to cause intense neck pain. the recliners are ghastly.

  • Reply Cheryl November 21, 2016 at 4:10 pm

    I’m more of a couch person than a recliner person but the beauty of tiny houses is how every person chooses exactly what feels like home to them. I think this is the first time I’ve seen the ladder stored horizontally!

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