The Emerald Cut (Part 2)

A tiny house in Colorado with all of the amenities needed for comfy, tiny living.


  • Kimberly says:

    This is a beauty. Is there a refrigerator? How much does it cost?

  • this is so nice its actually better then where I am living now , I don’t even have a table to eat at

  • jean says:

    where’s the closet?

  • Michael says:

    I really like this. I think I’d like to see dormers on the loft with windows on each side (more headroom and light) and a small round window in the back of the loft area to give the area a bit more symmetry. I just don’t like one window right on top of the other with that slight offset – no balance.

  • Not the most attractive on the outside, but a thoughtful, well crafted interior. What is the black object in the base cabinet beneath the stairs? A heater maybe? A photo showing the other side of the kitchen would be helpful. From what I can infer, that’s where the closet is and a good sized refrigerator too.

    • Jean,

      The black object underneath the stairs is the power converter for 12 volt and 120 volt. It is the interface of the electrical system. The home has some battery storage so the home will have lights when not plugged in. When plugged in the convertor changes the 120 volt back to 12 volt to charge the battery. It also is where all the circuit breakers are. I have had a very difficult time getting pictures that work. Across the sink on the other side of the bathroom door is a large cabinet, top half for hanging, bottom half has two deep drawers. At the base of this cabinet is the furnace. We chose this location so we could vent heat to all spaces. There is a 10 cu refrigerator and freezer next with a shelf over the top where an outlet is ready for the microwave. The outside changed with different roof colors, different siding. The reason it looks a little boxy is because we used as much width as possible inside. We built over the wheel wells. When it is set up a deck with a patio cover with matching roof will solve this. It is also setup for gutters just not while it is in tow. Everyone thinks it’s very small on the outside and huge on the inside. Some of outside was done specifically for ease of towing without loosing a roof and other such items.
      Thank you for the questions.

  • alice h says:

    Always love a side entry. Needs a bit of an awning of some kind though. Nice looking interior. The messy window placement on the tongue end would drive me nuts though and I’d want a few more windows here and there.

    • Candide33 says:

      I agree with you, side entry seems to make it easier to arrange stuff inside and makes adding a porch and awning more convenient.

      I was thinking of making one in the box shape so that no one would have to sleep under eves, then add the pitch roof over the top once it was in place, sort of like those awnings people put over trailers.

  • Nancy J says:

    This is fantastic! This is one of my favorites. Yours really looks a lot more roomy than others. It’s very nice. I hope to have one myself someday.

  • Candide33 says:

    That is without a doubt the best kitchen I have ever seen in a tiny house!

    The only suggestion I have would be is put stairs instead of the ladder, put the first 2 or 3 steps with drawers facing the door than turn and continue up that way there would be no wasted space under the ladder. you could put storage right under the stairs and it takes up the same footprint of the ladder.

    ladders are fine for young people but it is older people who can usually afford to buy from you lol.

    Best wishes on your business

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