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34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

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34ft Custom Loft Edition THOW by Mint Tiny Homes

34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

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34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels


34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

34ft Custom Loft Edition Tiny House on Wheels

© Mint Tiny Homes

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  • Linda J October 9, 2017, 12:15 pm

    If it had an oven I could live there forever.

  • penny grieco October 9, 2017, 1:49 pm

    this one is absolutely stunning alex!!!

  • david October 9, 2017, 4:40 pm

    what is that “haven” thing? and why is it so special being photographed?

    • James D. October 9, 2017, 5:22 pm

      It’s a fire suppressant system… The next photo shows it already installed, looks like a smoke detector, on the underside of the loft, it’s just above the the kitchen counter top and just a little past this is where the Kimberly Wood Stove is located and in the other direction is the two burner stove…

      So it shows they thought of fire safety… Many builders are starting to install sprinklers and other fire safety features.

    • penny grieco October 10, 2017, 1:29 am

      the haven thing is a fire extinguisher …it says it under haven in small letters

      • david October 10, 2017, 2:45 am

        Thank you, now that you say it it’s obvious, yeah. In white wouldn’t get a permission here. Fire extinguishers signal fire, thus have to be in red for easy recognition. How true now, lol.
        This house has gas AND wood burner, so they need a lot of fire extinguishers! We have neither, so we need only one.

        • James D, October 10, 2017, 6:18 pm

          Automated fire suppressant systems don’t require recognition or even to be openly visible, just proximity to the likely space that is in risk of fire, just like fire sprinklers, etc.

          The system will activate on its own when a fire is detected. So you’re not required to do anything except perhaps evacuate in case the fire suppressant isn’t sufficient to stop the fire, but it will buy you more time…

  • Jennie October 9, 2017, 5:33 pm

    The “haven” thing is a fire suppression safety devise. I think it may be ceiling mounted in the next picture down from it.

  • Jennie October 9, 2017, 5:38 pm

    Beautiful home but… I am puzzled by the heating options. There appears to be 2 Envi wall heat panels, a mini split system and the wood or gas stove. Why would they all be needed?

    • James D, October 10, 2017, 6:03 pm

      Mint Tiny Homes is a Canadian company…

      • Tina October 13, 2017, 10:33 am

        Hi Jennie, this is my home. I went with the 3 heating options due to the weather here in Canada. The woodstove is my main source of heat when I am home. There are actually 3 envi heaters (one in the back room also) which are on t-stats and set to keep it comfortable. I don’t use the mini split for heating just a/c and humidity control in the summer.

  • Sgmaps October 9, 2017, 9:33 pm

    Love the side stair configuration and it appears as if the top step is closer to the loft so that you are not stepping up basically the equivalent of 2 normal steps ( as in the normal stairs against the wall all the way up style) .

  • alice h October 10, 2017, 8:16 pm

    I’d need a few more windows in the hangout area but sure love that tub!

  • JanneZack October 11, 2017, 10:37 am

    I continually love the fresh ideas that come out with each new THIW build. This one seems to be huge (length) and I wonder why, since the stairs at the one end are so compact with usable space under open to the side, why not put another staircase to the other loft leaving the storage shelves Poen to the front for pantry storage. The stove would need to shift to accommodate but this would give each loft stairs and no need for a ladder.

    Just a thought. Don’t get me wrong. I love this, just haven’t seen the stairs done so compactly and know it could revolutionize lofts without wasting so much footage. After all, THOWs are not about the square footage, it all about the cubic inches!

    • tina October 13, 2017, 11:04 am

      This is my home….only one set of stairs due to cost restraints and overall design – I wanted the kitchen and living area to be open – did not need anymore storage space in the kitchen – believe it or not. Those Ikea cabinets are amazing lol….also as in custom homes the second loft is only for storage right now. I have only accessed it once since June. Eventually as my granddaughter gets older this will be her space when she comes for sleep overs – or maybe not…time will tell. 🙂

  • Renee October 12, 2017, 4:48 pm

    This is the basic dream for me…a few tweaks and I am moving in ; )
    I just want to say that everyone over 70 does not hate lofts…I am in that age group, and work a full time and part time job, have 2 wolf dogs and live at 9300 feet so I drive 2 – 4 hours a day in the Colorado mountains…there are lots of different lifestyles and needs that are not age specific. I would use all those heat sources for sure…and an oven. But I can see myself in that tub for hours looking out at the moose ; ). Number 1 on my list. I adore the interior.

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