The Monocle

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The Monocle tiny home was a California couples dream that we were fortunate enough to bring to reality for them. This 24′ tiny home is built 10′ wide to accommodate a bed on the main level while still keeping a spacious feel. The bathroom was one of the main focuses on this build and features a full size soaking tub, tile wet bath complete with rain shower head and hand held, floating sink, recessed mirror and composting toilet. The home also features a custom his/hers pull out closet that offers 8 feet of total hanging space with lots of shelving space underneath, all illuminated by LED lights. The clean lines, mix of white and warm tones, and a few rustic touches make this home one of a kind and truly unique. We started with a blank sheet of paper and worked closely with the customer to design and craft exactly what they were looking for

A 24′ custom tiny house with soaking tub, huge porthole window and wet bath built by Wind River Tiny Homes in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Shared by Travis Pyke.

Originally shared at Tiny House Swoon.

13 comments

  • Dee says:

    This is simply beautiful. Gorgeous bathroom with a view, fab pull out cupboards & cupboard doors, totally cute fireplace, lovely fixture and fittings and it looks light and spacious. Just love it.

  • Elle says:

    Is there a washing machine/dryer in there somewhere? Absolutely LOVE this design!

  • Colleen says:

    I don’t think so, they have a video on YouTube and they didn’t show one. But it does have two HUGE closets so maybe they could replace the one closest to the bathroom with an upright or a combo unit/folding area and cupboard above? They seem to really use client input for the design and layout.

  • Jason says:

    The 10ft wide design is clever. It’s still legal on the road, with some restrictions. But if you only plan to move the house once in a great while, that’s not a big deal. Especially if you’ll hire a licensed and INSURED company to move the house for you. Better to gain 2ft in width than quibble about a road restriction. Brilliant!

  • alice h says:

    That extra width really makes a difference. Beautifully light and bright and very functional.

  • Brian says:

    Totally agree. The extra 2 ft width is so nice.

  • Annette says:

    This is gorgeous. How is the fireplace vented?

  • diana says:

    will like to know when was this constructed bought and how much does cost please.

  • Sue says:

    No fridge?

  • Jacqui says:

    Definitely one of my favorites! Would make a couple of adjustments for my own needs, but that’s a given for any of these custom tiny homes. I think this is brilliant and the owners must be so happy with the finished product!

  • P says:

    Such a liveable design and easy to make modifications for say, a larger fridge & laundry. My question is is the main sleeping area the couch/sleeper? A Murphy bed might be a good call if one did not want to do a loft…?

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