Mitchcraft 5th Wheel

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A curved roof, 5th wheel tiny house in Fort Collins, Colorado. More info. here.

2016-11-14T09:21:03+00:00

10 Comments

  1. ttthom2 November 14, 2016 at 12:57 pm - Reply

    I love this. It’s so homey. Colors are very nice too. I would make some minor “choice” changes – – like larger refrigerator/smaller cabinet above. Mirror door on upper part of cabinet over bathroom sink. I always like the idea of open cabinets in kitchen – but I know in my heart that I couldn’t keep them neat – so I’d probably opt for a door on the tall cabinet. I love the sleeping loft – might work out some concealment of hanging clothes. Overall – – looks very comfortable and inviting. Gr8 Job!

  2. Catherine Wilson November 14, 2016 at 1:57 pm - Reply

    Ceiling height is oppressive/claustrophobic.

  3. Kathy November 14, 2016 at 4:18 pm - Reply

    I LOVE this. The colors are serene and calming. It’s so welcoming and beautiful.

  4. Ardith November 14, 2016 at 10:36 pm - Reply

    Very, very nice. Well done.

  5. Doug November 15, 2016 at 10:01 am - Reply

    Very appealing design. The curved roof adds significant charm and the ‘loft’ bed looks very cozy.
    Very curious to know what kind of toilet that is. Never seen it before.

    • San November 17, 2016 at 3:04 pm - Reply

      It’s a Nature Head composting toilet. Apparently the best overpriced bucket on the market. 🙂
      http://natureshead.net/

    • Bob G November 28, 2016 at 1:06 pm - Reply

      Composting toilets have two compartments: one compartment is for urine, which you just pour out once filled, and tge other is for solids, with is mixed in with soil/

    • Bob G November 28, 2016 at 1:12 pm - Reply

      Composting toilets have two compartments: one compartment is for urine, which you just pour out once filled, and the other is for solids, which are mixed in with soil/composting material. After you conduct your #2 you turn the handle on the side of the unit, which mixes your newly added material into the composting material contained in the compartment. After a few days or so you can dump the contents into a bag and dispose of ixesSeems gross, but many people swear by it.

  6. Barb Duder November 22, 2016 at 11:29 am - Reply

    Great storage space! I would personally enlarge the refrigerator – but that is just a personal choice. I LOVE the bathroom layout! So cleaver with tons of storage. The mirror is an easy fix – just get an extending mirror and attach it to the side wall. Pull out when needed – push back when not. But the above sink storage is genius!

    I am in love with the color! It makes it so warm with a bit of a 50’s theme. As someone else stated – I would add open shelves in the kitchen. At the same time – it appears that this was built with the idea that it would be more mobile than an most of the tiny homes – and everything needs to be held in place for movement. I’m wondering if that is the reason.

    Overall – this is a 10!! And you can drop it off at my house!!

  7. Sparrow November 27, 2016 at 3:44 pm - Reply

    I like everything about this – except the bathroom. WAY too small. I’d expand it to include a proper sink with mirror, a REAL TOILET (no human litter box for me!) and a claw-foot tub with shower (yes that’s possible in a tiny home – I’ve seen it in others). PLUS an arched door instead of the square one, to increase the gypsy ambience. This is very nice otherwise, though.

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