There was a time when people were arguing about why chose a tiny house over a traditional home. Well, time changes fast, and now the debate is about why not choose a tiny house lifestyle at all. Broadly speaking, both buyers and makers are responsible for this change in approach. The tiny house makers deserve every bit of credit for popularizing the tiny house movement, while equal love has to be showered for the tiny house enthusiasts who decided to live in one of these homes. As evident in the title, today we’d be discussing the mobile habitat of one such enthusiast. Rebecca’s tiny house is a 30-foot-long micro-dwelling designed by MitchCraft Tiny Home.
Built on a triple-axle trailer, the tiny house boasts a two-tone exterior with plenty of windows outfitted that allow the interior to stay airy and bright. If you are a guest at Rebecca’s home, a glass door would welcome you inside. You’d have to take a step down at the entryway as there are cubbies installed at the doorstep. Nearly eight cubbies have been installed to house your shoes and other items.
Facing the front door is a sofa that seats three people with ease. The living room is also equipped with two big shelves and a wood-burning stove. The shelves help Rebecca store essentials, while the stove keeps her home warm during winter months.
Adjacent is the U-shaped kitchen of the tiny house. Featuring a wooden countertop, drawers, shelves, and a breakfast bar with a cabinet, the kitchen is functional and elegant. A full-size refrigerator, a four-burner propane cooktop with an oven, a range hood, a large sink, and a dishwasher are some of the appliances and items, the tiny house comes stocked with. I like the idea of incorporating a washer/ dryer under the kitchen counter. This makes room for Rebecca to add more items to her bathroom.
Speaking of the bathroom, it is indeed one major highlight of the tiny house. Located at the business end of the house, the bathroom includes a vanity, toilet, and gorgeous backdrop. However, the real talking point of the home is the bathtub that offers both elegance and functionality to Rebecca and doesn’t let her miss the comforts of a traditional home.
If it’s not the kitchen or bathroom that left you impressed, the house also features two lofts, both functioning as typical low-ceiling bedrooms. The kitchen also provides access to the first loft of the tiny house. Reached via a storage-integrated staircase, the loft primarily functions as a bedroom. It features a queen-size bed with a skylight above that allows Rebecca to gaze at the stars. Another loft lies over the bathroom and packs functionality into every square inch.
If you are still not impressed, there is another entrance door that welcomes you inside. The other door takes you to the mudroom that doubles as office space. This is pretty comforting since most tiny house we come across features an office that doubles as a breakfast bar, which can be irritating at times.
However, MitchCraft Tiny Homes dedicating a special place can really do wonders for people who love working from the comforts of home. Overall, it is a cozy, functional, and beautiful tiny house that Rebecca is lucky to have. In case you want to get yourself a home akin to this, contact MitchCraft Tiny Homes through their official website.
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