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19 comments

  • Auston says:

    Love those steps. I like that mini wall that gives the loft a bedroom feel as well as the living area. Really great concept that I’ve seen from them twice now. The big portal window is awesome too.

  • Erin says:

    What is the end total price on this?

  • AVeryCOOLdude says:

    Tiny House Chatanooga? Oh, this means it’s terribly over-priced. You can buy a house in Arizona for what they charge for their tiny homes.

  • Bob G says:

    Meh. The designer tried to showcase those steps in an effort to show how trendy designers can be. The fact is, these steps are fairly the WORST use of space management in an environnent in which space management is paramount. Those edges are such that you don’t dare try to put seating or storage under them. Is that lower floor space destined for ANY use beyond the surround of showcase stairs? Nope, this is about as trendy as those hipster eateries that put glitter on an artichoke heart and charge you $42, thus giving you the right to brag about how much of an edge you have.

  • BB says:

    Love the shower!

  • ttthom2 says:

    I agree with BB love the shower and several other elements. I have to also agree with BOB G though. Although the floating steps are nice to look at – do they have to be so large?? And what does one do in that awkward space around them?? This should be called the House of Stairs.

  • Chenoa Donohoe says:

    I cried….beautiful..Is it for sale?

  • Chenoa Donohoe says:

    lol house of stairs that can be altered …small concern i see ….Smiles

  • gardencat says:

    And why aren’t those steps spaced evenly, vertically? Can’t see why they couldn’t be. Very dangerous.

  • Kim says:

    I love the “Gypsy Soul” round window!

  • Dorothy says:

    I think the stairs are pretty but stairs with storage make more sense. Besides that where do you cook? No stove or microwave in sight. Personally I could get by without a traditional stove if I had a combined microwave and convection oven. Maybe have a portable counter top burner just in case.

  • Cheryl says:

    I think the space built over the tongue would make a cozy living area. There’s much more headroom there than you usually get in a loft!

  • Carrie says:

    Too much wasted space….BUT>>>>>very sleek nether the less.

  • Lisa E. says:

    This looks more like a concept house out of Architectural Digest or some other such magazine rather than an abode for an eco-conscious couple or a design conscious single. For the most part, it’s a showcase for the portal window and floating stairs. Love the concept, love the window, but I’d be more impressed if the stairs folded up whole as two individual racks/units/banks of stairs flat against the wall; up and out of the way until needed. This would have practical applications in terms of space management and keeping small kids off the stairs. Love the bathroom; well done, especially the shower.

  • Mike says:

    This unit was custom built for a customer. Down to the very last detail. it has a 7.4 cu ft fridge and a cooktop that the customer already owns. They will be doing there own creative storage under the stairs at a later date. It’s a 20′ gooseneck with a 5′ deck on the gooseneck. It was bumbed in two feet for extra storage that will be used for solar at a later date. It’s wood framed per the customers request vs the steel we normally do. A new one can be yours. Give us a call for a quote. 844-453-8469

  • Kelley says:

    Chenoa, you’re in luck! Our client decided to change life directions and we have agreed to sell her tiny house as a result. Still looking for that house that makes you cry “beautiful tears”? 😀

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