The Loft








A 224 square feet tiny house on wheels in Delta, British Columbia, Canada. Built by Tiny Living Homes. More info. here.


  • Darrell says:

    I’m in love. Emphatically.

  • We love the idea of the Tiny House. Have so many plans, just trying to find the right one. Looking to make our retirement home soon. Would love any advice for the two of us and our dog and cat. The design of this one we like all but the ladderfor the main bedroom. Nice and bright!!!

    • Dave Wright says:

      Google the “Minim” tiny house design. It’s both wider, (11 feet), and the bed is on the main floor and rolls out from under an office desk platform. An office needn’t be tall enough to stand upright in, as you are usually seated while working. If you don’t have the time, or are just to lazy to make the bed, your lack of ambition is quickly concealed.

  • Amy says:

    It’s perfect!

  • Robin Fine says:

    This is by far the closest to what I have envisioned! Quick question can you stand in the bedroom loft?

  • Tabatha says:

    Omg… I need one just like this… Can it come with solar power?

  • Andy says:

    I like the inside, especially due to the absence of the acres of knotty pine that so many tiny houses are cladded in.

    He outside however makes me whince. Windows are being dotted willy-nilly without thought. The result is a visual mess, which is a real shame given the lovely interior.

  • Brandy says:

    Love it! With one exception: So many tiny homes I see have tiny windows in the loft sleeping area… what about egress? If a fire breaks out while you’re sleeping, you could easily be stuck in that loft with no way out, watching the flames below eat a path towards you. Please think of your (and your children’s in some cases) safety here, guys. Always make sure you have egress in your sleeping areas.

    • Derek says:

      There are two huge windows on each end. Most of those pop out for cleaning and you should then be able to escape. I would agree that something more obvious like you find on a bus or plane for egress should be indicated and included.

  • Erik says:

    I totally agree about the nice white interior. I too think so many tiny homes are covered with way too much wood. The contrast of wood and light colours is beautiful. I’m not sure why so many tiny house people insist on making their places look even smaller. It looks suffocating to me

  • Dorothy says:

    The problems I see besides the two lofts with ladders is that the bath is so small a person would have to turn sideways to get past the toilet to the sink and shower.

    • Kathy says:

      Very liveable, but I agree about the outside window placement, and the placement of the toilet; would it have been possible to put the sink first, THEN the toilet (Always a good resting place for any extras when you’re in the shower)?

      The non-knotty interior is refreshing, and it really does look like a TH one could live in for more than the year and a half that a lot of ppl seem to last in more, um, adorable little THs.

      Totally going on research that’s limited entirely to my own small experience, I think a lot of older people will want tiny houses in years to come, with a cozy bedroom CLOSE to the bathroom and NO STAIRS. Affordable and easy to keep up, wouldn’t a TH retirement community be a great idea? TH assisted one-level living?

      I am seriously considering that I will need a TH in abt 15 years, when we’ll see how the movement has shaken out. The little bedroom in this TH could make it right for an older person, who can still have the grandkids over to stay in one loft and get up to storage or a sit-down office in the other. I was thinking about an extra-short rolling office chair or dolly for those of us who can’t crawl on our knee replacements!

    • Greg says:

      We are having the Loft Built as we speak. That is exactly what we did, took away the smaller room and turned the BR sideways. Gave us an almost full sized BR and added living space! Delivery in November! Can’t wait!

  • Michael says:

    Ladders need to be easly removable or easily raised. And I agree about bath,why not just use that whole area. Extra room is to small for anything else.

  • Eric Johnsto says:

    Ok B.C. has snow and rain, where does the seasonal clothing get put? Most of these small homes do not make sense because everyone needs a coat closet.

  • D. Braun says:

    Could you tell me about the heating system



  • Heather says:

    How tall is this house>

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