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Cocoa Tiny House by Modern Tiny Living

This is the Cocoa Tiny House on Wheels by Modern Tiny Living.

It’s Cocoa time! With stunning wood throughout, stainless steel countertops, modern black hardware, and tons of storage, Cocoa may be the most beautiful model we’ve built to date!1


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The 20ft Cocoa Tiny House by Modern Tiny Living!

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Photos © Modern Tiny Living

Video Tour of the 20ft Cocoa Tiny House on Wheels by Modern Tiny Living!

Highlights

  • 20ft
  • Cocoa Tiny House
  • By Modern Tiny Living
  • Customizable
  • Starts at $59,000

Resources

  1. http://www.moderntinyliving.com/cocoa.html
  2. http://www.moderntinyliving.com/
  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxroL0Z3s9U

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  • Meg February 8, 2018, 2:33 pm

    Darling! And I see a closet!!!! With the pictures it looks like the toilet may stick a bit into the doorway which MIGHT make it difficult to get in/out of the bathroom, but otherwise nice job.

  • Carolyn Vick February 8, 2018, 7:16 pm

    Very Nicely Done!! The microwave is at a good height for once. I always look at the ones that are raised up, say, above the stove and think, lift a heavy casserole from above position is not for me.

  • Debz February 9, 2018, 7:58 am

    I wonder; why the switch from steps to ladder halfway up to the loft?

    • James D. February 9, 2018, 10:08 pm

      Stairs/Ladder are sometimes not enclosed to provide clear line of site through, which helps make the space feel bigger and more open…

      There’s also practicality of transitioning into and out of a space you have to crouch through and can’t simply walk upright…

      Note, the lower 2/3rds is comprised of 4 steps with high risers, which is fine as long as you have room to properly raise your legs for each step… The top 1/3 with the ladder/stairs also has 4 steps but much shorter riser separation, which makes it easier to transition from a standing position to a crouching position without your legs getting in the way…

      Alternative would be to cut the stairs short and have the final distance be near hip level so you can sit or crawl to transition into and out of the loft.

      Straight stairs would actually be more awkward because then it would not account for the need to transition from a standing position as you enter and leave a usually less than 52 inches of headroom space.

      Normal stairs are designed for people to ascend/descend in a standing position all the way through… Residential code even requires the stairs have a minimum of 7 feet of headroom from bottom to top, which of course you can’t have if you’re going to and from a loft that has less than 52 inches of headroom…

      Though, this only applies to the traditional loft design… There are other ways to do it that allow regular stairs by reversing the loft placement below, instead of above, or creating a secondary platform that allows for standing space right next to the loft, which is then treated like a bed instead of a full space that the bed just happens to be in…

      Along with other designs, depending on what you have sharing the space with the loft… Like just storage can keep the loft as a raised bedroom with the lower few feet being storage…

      All options have their trade offs, but there are reasons for them…

  • Gabor Kiss February 13, 2018, 10:37 am

    The thing that jumped out at me was the 1/2 ladder. I’ve never seen that before. I think it’s a great idea. Also liked the barn door-type bathroom door. I would prefer two windows in the loft, but I can see that the angle makes that hard to do.

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