Mitchcraft Gooseneck

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7 comments

  • starhawk says:

    Meh… doesn’t really speak to me, although the stairs with pocket drawers are pretty neat. I’ve not seen *that* idea before… cool.

  • Lisa says:

    I love it! I would put a natures head in it, but that’s a lot of storage and TWO bedrooms! How much is a build like that?

  • Joyce says:

    I like this one a lot, especially the bedroom over the gooseneck; the one in the loft would only be for long-term, never-used stuff because this “old” woman isn’t going to climb those steep steps to get up to bed every night! Definitely what I’d be ordering if I was in the market for a Tiny–which thing could happen in the next five months 🙂

  • Elliot says:

    It’s a good design but I can’t stand how it’s been finished. The outside is a big mish-mash of conflicting colours and textures, a curtain for the bathroom door? Not very soundproof or waterproof. The bed in the loft leaves no room even to sit up! You’d have to crawl into it. Some good ideas but badly executed.

  • SBC says:

    I see how every color used in this tiny is found in that bath curtain-door, and how organic and warm all the colors, shapes, textures and finishes are, which really speaks to me, even if Southwest isn’t my usual style/palette. I am such a sucker for arch/round-top doors! This is one living, breathing tiny. Storage is everywhere, and nothing has been just slapped up there or forgotten. I’ll bet the owners will be really happy in there. I so prefer this to an uber-minimalist, cold gray of death, surgically precise monochrome-stainless aesthetic. Good job Mitchcraft and owners.

  • Annette says:

    Remarkable organization of space with charming handcrafted details. I particularly like the window seat bump out. Thanks for sharing.

  • Amber C Johnson says:

    I like this one; it’s quirky, clever and cute. My favorite part though is the window seat area–what a nice place to curl up and read.

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