Hogan’s Haven












We wanted to submit a few of our house, Hogan’s Haven. Our house features a retractable staircase which also doubles as a pantry as well as kids’ size bunkbeds.

A custom-built tiny house for a family of four in Becker, Minnesota. More info. Hogan’s Haven Tiny House.

Originally shared at Tiny House Swoon.


  • Dena says:

    Is that an open bath tub I see! Wow you just gave me an amazing idea for my tiny house bath. Very beautifully planned out and I love the dinning table set up. Superb job!!

  • Rae says:

    This home is such an obvious labor of love, and I’m sure you and your family will be
    making lots of wonderful memories here.

  • Brian says:

    Very nice. I was wondering how you heat and cool the home. Minnesota and all that. 🙂

  • christine says:

    nice use of storage, I could easily call this home because it has all I would need. Except the bathroom – i’d be interested to know how easy it is to keep clean with all the wood?

    • Caitie says:

      Hi Christine,
      These photos were taken the day of the final reveal for an episode of HGTV’s “Tiny House, Big Living” so we have since added a protective wall covering to the shower walls but the walls are all sealed so it cleans up very easily.

  • Danni says:

    This is…awesome! Love the bunks and the bathroom!

  • June says:

    What are the dimensions of this tiny house? It does seem as if it’s big enough and designed smartly enough for a family.

  • Emily says:

    Does the hinged piece of artwork fold down into a table?

  • Monica Sweere says:

    Sweet and lovely.

  • Joey says:

    Beautiful home! I love the exposed wood and practicality. I also love seeing fellow Minnesotans rocking the Tiny Houses!

  • Joaquin Arguelles says:

    What a spectacular home. May you enjoy it for years to come.

  • Karim says:

    Wonderful house ,enjoy it hope u all the best.

  • Carol Thaxton says:

    Love your tiny house. What was your cost to build? What is your heat source?
    thanks for sharing

  • Linda Garland says:

    I love it, bunk beds and all. Outside of your tiny home has soooooo much living! Enjoy!

  • express says:

    How do you reach the pots and pans on the high shelf? What’s in between the bathroom and refrigerator wall? A closet?

    • Caitie says:

      The bottom step of the staircase is a removable step stool that we use to reach the shelf and for the kids to wash their hands. The space between the bathroom and kitchen is a little closet.

  • Frank Funari says:

    You will enjoy the house for a few yrs when your kids are a couple yrs older this isnt the place to raise a family.

  • Sandra Fox says:

    One of the absolute best tiny houses I’ve seen so far.

  • Shawn says:

    Awesome job… love the kitchen layout with the full size refrigerator…

  • linda says:

    Wow! I think I have spent hundreds upon hundreds of hours viewing Tiny Homes and then some!
    But, this is the first one I have seen actual step drawers you completely retract as if they were just
    drawers! I am impressed!

  • Ryder says:

    Nice… though those stairs seem a little deadly… perhaps if the drawer fronts were recessed?

    Beautiful home…

  • Brandee says:

    2 questions –

    how do you get up to the second loft area?

    And I LOVE the space you have for your kids, but what’s the plan as they get older?

  • Benoit says:

    Hello. Your house is wonderfull. Congratulation
    How do you heat the water of your Warmboard system ? whith solar electricity, passive solar, gaz or just electric grid?

  • Patricia Pate says:

    Are there plans available for your stairs? If so, how could I get them. They are perfect solution for us. We are turning prefab barn into a tiny house. Looking everywhere for stair solution. Hoping this is the one.

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