Keep on the Sunny Side Tiny House

21 comments

  • Wanda Sue says:

    I love this tiny house! Great work! I come to this site, and swoon … and dream. :0

  • You had me at kitchenaid

  • Sandra says:

    This is really very well thought out! What are the dimensions? This unit meets my criteria..nice comfortable seating..nice kitchen, yes, you could live here!

  • Great house but why does everyone neglect to show the bathroom? That is the most important feature! 😉

  • I don’t see a bathroom.Does this tiny house have one?

  • Scott says:

    I love this place… well except the location. I would want it where it doesn’t snow

  • Hugh Wolfe says:

    Personally I’d like to see a different light “fixture” over the bed. Yes those porcelain fixtures are inexpensive, however a bare bulb is a safety concern… especially with a ceiling lower than 8′. I wouldn’t want to be under that bulb when it decides to shatter due to age or inadvertently knocking into it. Perhaps I think this way because I’m tall and “low” fixtures are a hazard for me.

  • Anne says:

    There is more info on their site, including a pic of the toilet (across from the closet).

  • Leann says:

    I have looked at many many tiny houses, but I really like yours the best!!

  • Mary says:

    bathroom yes but i don’t see a source of heat or water

  • Is there a shower and a source of heating

    • sc says:

      if you go to their website, they say the bathroom is a shower and toilet. the toilet is at the front, so the shower is the wall behind the chair. i agree the bathroom is very important and should always be shown.

      This is a very well thought out house. I had once read that a bathroom that opens into a kitchen is bad “chi” so i think the bathroom being away from the kitchen is a real plus. and they had the sense not to put a window in the bathroom. as long as you have a bathroom fan, everything is cool. the mirror is in the doorway.

  • Connie says:

    I love the floor plan/layout!! What are the exterior dimensions? Please specify if that is with or without the porch. Can you make one with a flip up porch? Also, does it have a bathroom?? Thank you! I have seen many tiny houses and this is a perfect layout. 🙂

  • dennis says:

    very kool love it

  • Paul says:

    Very cosy looking!

  • Anonymous says:

    Heya i’m for the first time here. I found this board and I find It really
    useful & it helped me out a lot. I hope to give something back and help others like you aided me.

  • Terrica says:

    Beautiful house. Love the dark floors and light walls. Living room actually has room to move around in. Only thing I don’t care for is the fridge, but that’s just my personal preference. That big closet is sure to come in handy. Very nice loft area.

  • SBC says:

    This layout is just absolutely perfect for what real daily life actually looks like. Lots of tiny houses have a genius idea here and there or an arresting color scheme or overloads of overall character, etc., but what makes me want to actually pay real money for is – the closet. A real, functioning, dedicated, organized closet. One: I live in a four-season climate, 2: I live off a dirt road in a rural area which necessitates a bit of country-rough gear, 3: I also semi-regularly have social events to attend that require more polished clothing… So the clothing needs are real and immediate. One chic outfit and a pashmina simply doesn’t work when there is snow to be plowed or risk being snowed in, and neither do I want to attend a university event with family in my Carhartt coveralls and flannel (although I doubt I would be insulted by others for doing so, why can’t a female TH owner have a pretty, well-dressed persona as well?). Even a curated minimalist wardrobe has its own website and has, what, 33 pieces or so? Quality clothing wants to be treated well, too, not simply stuffed under a couch bench. And I really dislike (well, hate) a polished tiny house that becomes cluttered with wrinkly duffel bags or cheap plastic drawer-organizers everywhere because the honestly frank way of how a TH owners’ life is structured had somehow been lost somewhere in the dream of having that stripped-down aesthetic.

    Brevard, congratulations on a real build!

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