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At 32' long, this tiny house is plenty roomy and has two lofts connected by a catwalk.


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1900 points

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32′, 350 square feet tiny house on three axle trailer in Sacramento, California.


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  1. Wow that is gi-normous! Hard to imagine it being hauled. Would like to see the loft actually furnished so one could get an idea of the head clearance.

  2. You can’t stand in the loft, so what is the point of ‘walkway’, unless you plan on crawl or dragging your butt across it.

  3. Wow. It looks like a local Bierstube with all that dark wood. I am just waiting for the bartender to serve up someting shady and a few drunks falling down the chairs. Sorry. But I do not understand why so many tiny house builders use so much dark wood in such small rooms. It makes is claustrophobic to look at. And the small widows do not help much.

    1. I totally agree! too much dark trim and accents. I dont care for the exterior colors either. Too much brown exterior and interior.

  4. This would be my perfect Tiny House! I would set up a small comfy living room at the end of the kitchen, add a small rolling island and change the bathroom sink to match the kitchen one.

  5. I agree about the dark colours and the teeny windows. And the upstairs loft? The brackets and balusters are overwhelmingly awful. The only way this home would make sense to me is if you had a large model train set that you could lay out on the second floor.

    On a positive note – there appears to be a rolling shelf in the kitchen that looks interesting. I’d love to see it furnished, because some things don’t make sense to me, and I’m sure they have purpose.

  6. WOW what potential in this big “Tiny Home.” I would have made the front doors a different color. Like the fact that the stairs have a kid and pet safe railing and that the “upstairs” also is protected. I probably would have tried a lighter color counter top and with all the room in the kitchen, add a small dishwasher…and made the floors a lighter color….and added a couple more inches of “headroom” upstairs. With all that said…..lots of room with lots of potential.

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