Custom Tiny Living Home


The crew at Tiny Living have been busy building tiny homes lately. Here’s their latest.











  • Kelly says:

    I’ve been looking at tiny homes for years. This one has blown anything out of the water that I have ever seen. It was like this was custom built for me and my family ( need two sleeping loft spaces). This is truly perfect!

  • Lucy says:

    I really like this one! The bathroom is far better than most I have seen. Very, very nicely done!

  • Susan says:

    I like this floor plan. Well done!

  • Charie says:

    I love this one. How much does it cost and do you take payments?

  • Chris. says:

    Very nicely done. As a TH Builder ,myself i like your work.Small criticism. The Doug Fir bed floor,painted. will cause condensation,under mattress,carpet loft Maybe?

  • Cindy says:

    Love it !!!… I would prefer a bath too thou : ) …yes, what is the cost?

  • Robbin says:

    This is one of the best tiny homes I have ever soon. (I’ve seen a lot) I like to see the bathroom away from the kitchen. I also love the double sinks in the bathroom.

  • Jon Bon says:

    I’m sorry but this is driving me nuts: These enormous “tiny homes,” with massive appliances, built in stairways, look great as long as your not trying to live there because, THERE’S NO LIVING SPACE. The camera took a picture one way, turned 180 degrees and took a picture the other way, and where the photographer was standing is where the living space isn’t. What are they thinking! I’m in N. Florida. Half the time you have to keep every closed because of biting insects, the other humidity and mold that would destroy everything in home in a heart beat after making everyone sick. So the idea that the “living space” might be outside is unworkable but for a very few occasions! And this “solution” costs more than an older home in our area – if a person was handy and wanted to do sweat equity.
    Am I completely wrong? I’m thinking of the enthusiastic responses to Pete’s House and its well thought out living space…

  • Jana says:

    Great kitchen. I never thought I’d hear myself say this, but the bathroom could be slightly smaller to give more living space. But that could be personal preference, maybe you hang out upstairs. Very nice.

  • Denise says:

    I absolutely would buy this. How much is it going for?

  • Truman Green says:

    Perfect, I think. Stairs are wonderful. Only superlatives come to mind.

  • Mike says:

    Nicely done, but I don’t see much lounging space. If it’s for traveling like an RV, I get it – you can lounge outside. But to park for a few years, there doesn’t seem to be much space to relax and watch the tube or get some work done. The huge kitchen sink is nice, but I’d rather have one deep basin and the added space. Same with the stairwell. That space takes up a lounge chair and ottoman worth of space for something you use maybe twice a day. Five seconds of challenge with a ladder versus that space used up all the time. Twin basins in the bath?

    You need to think long and hard about how you use the space and where usage can overlap. At the end of the day I think you’ll miss a place to relax.

  • KeithC says:

    Very well done. I cook and I will always have a double sink. Good job. The killer to me is those pipe stairs to the second loft. I’ve tried them and they are very hard to get up unless your’e under 30. Otherwise, this is a unique and beautiful home.

  • gmh says:

    I agree with Mike- a wonderful place overall, but my TH will have a deep couch and a place to put my feet up and hang with a few friends. I do like the oven- in this TH you can bake cookies!

    • helenbeee says:

      I agree with the seating area and stairs theres no need for the lower steps to intrude into the living/walking area you could incorporate the lower step as part of a longer bench/seating space whilst freeing up some floor space for better flow of traffic. It has some nice layout features I love the kitchen but agree that a double sink is superfluous to actual need one deep basin would be enough.

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  • Di says:

    It’s a beautiful place. I love the window and door placement. Maximum ventilation, easy escape in case of emergency and outward opening double doors on the side are top priorities on my tiny dream house wish list. Movable, multi-functional furniture and fixtures are another. I agree with Mike’s comment about indoor lounging space. Not necessarily an issue if you are traveling and following fair weather, or you plan to live in a climate that typically allows you to extend your living space to the outdoors. But if we built a THOW with the intention of staying where we are, indoor comfort would be a priority. It was 50 degrees two days ago, and -0 with wind chill today. In Summer, we often have heat emergencies that make it dangerous to go outside OR stay inside without air conditioning.

  • Brian says:

    Very nice place, but some of the other points are well made. My first thought was the bathroom is too big. Put in one sink, move the washer over beside it and then move at least part of the wall back towards the shower. That would give you more lounging space.

  • Dean Jones says:

    Beautiful home! This is the nicest THOW that I have seen.

  • Lisa E. says:

    Love those stairs! The only change there would be storage under the treads.
    Sweet kitchen. Finally sinks big enough to wash kids and a dog in!
    The bathroom is AMAZING! LOVE IT!
    Dickinson heater… yesssss!
    How much does it cost and where are they being built?
    What is the rating on the insulation?
    How many curb weight pounds?
    Where is the water stored?
    Is the hot water heater an on-demand?
    Nice job!

    • gunguru01 says:

      Thats not a Dickenson. Its one of those sardine wood stoves. I foresee cold nights with lots of getting up to fill the stove with wood!!! I looked into them, saw the price tag, nearly s**t myself, then bought a catalytic propane heater instead! They are under $200, don’t have to be vented, and have a thermostat built in.

  • Kathy says:

    Beautifully done in so many ways, but yes, unless the buyer specifically requests it, double bathroom basins seem a waste, a single kitchen sink would work better, those storage lockers in the loft preclude the owner putting his/her own chest of drawers (which would give a smidge of visual privacy), and the built-in couch looks uncomfortable;as an owner, I’d want to be able to have more say over seating and sleeping options. Hope this was built for someone specifically requesting those things.

    And this is something I always wonder with wide-open, beautiful windows and french doors: what about INSECTS? Are there screen options?

  • meredith blaney says:

    love this one; it just needs a walkway from one loft to the other for my cat!

  • Amber says:

    Absolutely love this one!!!!

  • Carla says:

    Some very nice ideas and things in this tiny house. For a single person, things I personally would change: smaller stove; replace shelves on stove wall with cabinets, even if narrow depth; single kitchen sink; replace exhaust hood over syptove with microwave/exhaust combo; smaller stacked washed/dryer, or is that a w/d combo; storage in steps; single sink in bathroom; remove sitting bench, replace with recliner; make sure there were enough outlets; awkward to get into storage by bed ??? Love the inside sliding door, brightness of all the windows, easy care floor, two upper areas.

  • Donna says:

    I think this TH is beautiful. I have a love of tiny homes that have upgraded features; appliances, bathrooms with nice showers, etc. I am sure this house was custom built to someone’s personal taste, someone who needs two sinks in the kitchen and bathroom? I think the space is very well thought out. I also think everyone is going to have preferences according to what is important to them. For me, the double sinks wouldn’t be necessary. And the stairs are necessary as I won’t be wanting to climb a ladder to get to my bed when I’m 65 (potentially). Plus I have dogs who like to sleep with me, and the stairs need to be navigable for them as well. My preferences? I’d like a nice living/lounging area with a small couch and recliner and a nice 50″ flat screen mounted on the opp wall, a smaller kitchen with a single farm sink and smaller but nice appliances and open shelving and drawers, a bathroom with a walk in shower and a single sink with a W/D combo, stairs to the loft. Maybe no loft on the opp side or a ladder to a “guest loft”. Outside area is nice but I agree with some others that depending on where you are, outside living isn’t always something you can count on. Where I live now there are many months that you get eaten alive by mosquitoes. But for the person that wanted the 2 sinks, full-size appliances, etc., this is beautiful!!!

  • Shawn says:

    I love this THOW. If you are planning to offer this as a build to suit, I would offer these options to the existing plan:
    Bathroom – shelves and/or cabinet in place of 2nd sink
    Stairs – metal handrail, storage in the treads too low to access through the closet
    Kitchen – small appliances and/or 1 sink for more counter/cabinet space
    Bedroom – cabinet/shelving divider instead of the lift-top bins, window above the bed, no window at the foot of the bed with an electrical outlet (for flatscreen tv or audio)

  • Andrea says:

    Who do we get in contact with to buy plans for this house?
    The contact you provided, doesn’t have that email anymore.

  • Elizabeth says:

    I love this tiny house! Great ideas. But my concerns with a tiny house build is the weight! I like to travel. How much does this one weigh>?



  • Lynn McDonald says:

    How lovely is this? I have added this to my dream retirement home! I love it – the style, room and storage make it the nicest one I’ve seen so far! 🙂

  • George Rampey says:

    This is a beautiful tiny home. Every design may not suite our needs but we can take ideas from each for our own. Keep up the good work.

  • BB says:

    I LOVE that the kitchen and bathroom are at opposite ends of the house! I just can’t get my head around the idea of the toilet right next to the food prep area! This is a spectacular house! I think the ability to create something that is small but seems so spacious is true genius!
    Like others here, I would tweak the design to fit my needs. I don’t see a medicine cabinet or mirror in the bathroom but that should be an easy addition. If possible, I’d remove one of those sinks in the bathroom and put the washer/dryer there instead. This would offer more square footage for the sitting area and perhaps some space to add a small desk for an office area?
    I love that they managed to get a huge fridge in the kitchen but I would not need such a behemoth so there is another opportunity to create storage. I am envisioning a narrow floor to ceiling pull-out pantry between the kitchen counter and fridge or between the fridge and stairway. I’d also swap the double kitchen sink for a single deep under mount. I don’t need a full size oven range but I definitely need more storage in the kitchen so I’d probably also create cabinetry in one of the corners that currently has shelving.
    I would prefer to have a smallish dresser in the bedroom loft instead of that low, wide box that seems a bit awkward to access. A dresser would have the added benefit of creating privacy and hopefully would not compromise the light airy feeling (as one window would be lost with this change). I would also add shelving and baskets to the bedroom and ensure there are lots of outlets!

    Overall, this is one of the BEST builds I have seen for my needs and I am adding it to my top 5 list!

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