Urban Craftsman


This tiny house is all about luxury. The idea to have and use an exceeding amount comfort and high-end materials in the home.








  • Paige says:

    This is WONDERFUL. Attention to detail, great colors used, and nice use of space. I especially like that the entrance isn’t via the kitchen.

  • Luke says:

    I’ve been following the tiny house movement for years now, and I’ve designed my own tiny dream home over and over in my mind. One of the ideas I thought of as uniquely mine was the inclusion of traditional paneled walls – yet here I see you’ve beat me to it! Outstanding work.

  • Bob G says:

    I admit to being impressed with the creative inclusions of “hominess.” That dining table is very interesting. It’s a nice touch. Any other table would use up just as much space, maybe even more, but this built-in table uses its space perfectly. Exceptionally well-designed kitchen space, and is one of my favorites.

    I would have liked to see what toilet option they chose.

    I like the gas stove and how it’s decoratively mounted, but I wonder about heat distribution, and I worry about that stove being right under a television.

    Anyway, nicely done.

  • Well done! I’d have thought teal is so wrong for a tiny space but it somehow doesn’t take away from the space and adds more character to it.

  • Mary C says:

    Beautiful. The inside of this th is the nicest I’ve seen yet.

  • Windsor says:

    Ooohh, this is amazing!

  • phil says:

    If you really look, that is just a heater that looks like a fireplace.

    • Phyllis Delisi says:

      Dear Phil What did you exect? U spend a pile of cash , get a lovely home , but didn’t bother with the furnace. I have a feeling none of us would refuse it if offered. Besides,this is nicer than looking at some box. The alternative is setting the couch on fire if it gets chilly.

  • AVeryCOOLdude says:

    Tisk, tisk. You’re not supposed to put those types of TV’s above a heating source.

  • Barb Duder says:

    The blue is to die for! I love the functionality of the kitchen – especially the built in multi-functional cabinet on the other side. I adore that table/island combination. Talk about work space for anything!

    I do worry about the heating source below the TV…but I’m not sure where to put it in the design as pictured. I’m also not a big fan of the wood around the “fake” fireplace.

    However, I would certainly love to live here!! I just adore that blue!!

  • Jeff says:

    So . . . Yes! Incredible attention to detail and not just another shell of a house. The soaker tub is exquisite and it seems like this house has a lot of living space packed into an efficient length. I could park this on my acreage in the trees and wait for it to start snowing. Bliss. This kind of build makes you want to keep studying the “why” and “how” of how this all comes together.

  • keepyourpower says:

    Love it! And in such a small amount of footage! I would like a Murphy bed/desk and get rid of the heater and put in a split. Love the kitchen, where I spend a lot of time.
    Wonder if that couch is a love seat, or full couch!


    Don’t need that piece of furniture across from the kitchen table. Would put something else there. Would also like to see a hanging closet..not like they have upstairs. I cannot get upstairs, easily.

    I tried the link to get to the builder…it is no longer there. Anyone know how to contact them?

    • Dazy says:

      In case you didn’t realize, the piece of furniture across from the kitchen table is hiding the wheel wells. And its a love seat. They have a hanging closet rod built into the stairs, next to the fridge.

  • Dawn Craft says:

    If you notice on the electric fireplace the heat is distributed from the front. The top of the fireplace stays cool. I have the exact same fireplace.

  • Laura says:

    This has a lot of unique and beautiful touches to make it feel like a quality built home. I’m impressed!

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