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Family’s Amazing 28′ Kootenay Tiny Home on Wheels

This is a 28′ Kootenay Tiny House on Wheels built for a family by TruForm Tiny.


It features a private loft bedroom with 4′ ceilings accessible via a custom-built, low-footprint staircase!

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Incredible 28′ Tiny Home on Wheels!

© TruForm Tiny


© TruForm Tiny

Highlights

  • 28′
  • Two Lofts
  • Daybed/couch
  • “Low footprint” Staircase to Master Loft
  • 4-foot ceilings in loft
  • Flat roof design on main loft
  • Large living area
  • Large kitchen
  • Tiled bathroom with washer/dryer combo
  • Beautiful exterior

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  • Carole October 3, 2017, 12:36 pm

    Really like this one. Love the lunch counter and staircase. Plus so many windows. Really really like! Well done.

  • keepyourpower October 3, 2017, 6:31 pm

    Nice!

    Looking for the fridge! Washer dryer?

  • Angela October 5, 2017, 10:04 am

    Where is the home base for this company? I checked their website and did not find anything.

  • Michele in CA October 5, 2017, 10:04 am

    There are some really cool features in this home. But, how funny is it to have a door in the loft when there’s an entire wall missing right next to it?

    • James D. October 5, 2017, 10:54 pm

      It’s probably just a feature so you can more easily get things like the bed mattress in and out of the loft but otherwise will always keep it closed…

    • Renee October 9, 2017, 12:49 pm

      Michelle….I believe the actual “door” to the loft is the large opening at the top of the stairs and the white section you’re referring to as the door is actually 1 of 2 privacy walls (separated by the opening). The long wall is pushed out more to allow for shelving(?)
      And the shorter one pushing in more to allow for the stairs!
      Not sure…but At least that what it looks like to me!

  • logjam8 October 5, 2017, 11:56 am

    Now ~that’s~ how a loft/bedroom should look. Plenty of space, easy to close off and block kitchen/bathroom smells, zero possibility of rolling off the bed and falling 10 feet to the ground floor. Nice use of space all around…

    • James D. October 5, 2017, 10:53 pm

      logjam8, 10 feet?

      Maybe if you were sleeping on the roof… The loft is typically less than 7 feet from the main floor, with a max interior height of maybe 11′ from the main floor to the highest point in the ceiling/roof…

      Reversed lofts would keep the loft on the main floor and place what would otherwise have been below it above, set at about 4 feet above the main floor… While a split level wouldn’t be more than 5′ 6″ or less above the main floor…

      Less than 7 feet can still hurt, though… So I otherwise agree, provided that it was the only safety concern…

  • Diane October 5, 2017, 3:13 pm

    I love the slide out bar, but where do they put the stools when not in use?

    • James D. October 5, 2017, 10:35 pm

      Probably either leave them there, they’re not really getting in the way, or stack them and put them in the closet…

  • Annette Oliver October 5, 2017, 8:13 pm

    Curious to know where you found the large round black ceiling light?

  • Natasha October 7, 2017, 10:42 pm

    Cute!, Love that loft and the living room space. I’d love info on where you got the little side table in the living room that had the lamp on it.

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