The name MitchCraft Tiny Homes is reverberating in the tiny house industry like no other. Courtesy of its spacious and well-ventilated models, the tiny house maker from Colorado is luring every tiny house enthusiast. Jen’s 34′ x 10′ Tiny Home is yet another addition to their pint-sized lineup of tiny houses and it is absolutely gorgeous.
As evidenced by the name MitchCraft Tiny Homes built a custom home for their client Jen Gressett. The tiny house measures 34 feet in length and 10 feet in width, hence named after its owner and the house configuration. Built on a triple-axle trailer, the tiny house relies on power from a standard RV-style hookup, features a light and spacious interior, and has a stainless steel bathtub as well.
The tiny house comes finished in board and batten with cedar accents adding more aesthetics to the exterior. In addition, there are two large storage areas that can be accessed from the outside. Glass doors lead to the interior of the tiny house which is light-filled thanks to a number of skylights and windows to keep the interior airy and bright.
The interior features a big kitchen that is adjacent to the entry door. Featuring an impressive display of appliances and accessories ranging from an oven with a four-burner propane-powered stove, sink, fridge/freezer, and cabinetry to a circular dining table that doubles as a work desk, the tiny house kitchen caters to every small and big need of the resident.
The kitchen area also has additional storage for printers and office tools, which usually lacks in a tiny house. This home office storage customization was done at the request of the client who’s a graphic designer and a copywriter by profession.
On one end of the interior is the living room which features a sofa, a suspended chair, and a wall-mounted TV. Exhibiting a cozy and aesthetic vibe, the room also has an electric fireplace beneath the television to keep the resident warm during the cold season.
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The other end of the living room features a bathroom that has a soaking tub. Just like other tiny houses, the bathroom of Jen’s 34′ x 10′ Tiny Homes also has a composting toilet, sink, and washing machine/dryer combo. Next, we have the two storage lofts that also function as bedrooms, both accessible via storage-integrated staircases.
One loft is located above the bathroom while the other lies above the living room. The bedroom above the living room is for the owner’s kid and includes storage space for books, toys, and other accessories. The other bedroom situated above the bathroom has a king-size bed, some storage, and another skylight. The price of the tiny house is highly confidential but I bet it cost a fortune, and rightly so.