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Rustic Chic Tiny House by Tiny Heirloom

This is a rustic chic tiny house on wheels by Tiny Heirloom.

What makes this tiny home unique is that the living room is up in a loft with enough room to stand up in.

Then your bed pulls out from underneath the living room storage system. What do you think of this design? Is it something you’d consider incorporating into your tiny house design?

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Rustic Chic Tiny House by Tiny Heirloom

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  • Diann June 16, 2016, 4:55 pm

    love this, but would have to work 3 jobs to pay for it. I like the idea of bed and bath on the same level, and everything else on a higher level. Beautiful!

  • Gabriella June 16, 2016, 5:18 pm

    Sophisticated Interiors and !Scented!. Suggestive

  • tanya hohe June 16, 2016, 5:28 pm

    Love everything about it!! I really want that little vintage shake maker!! Too cute

  • alice h June 16, 2016, 5:30 pm

    Holy doodle! If that’s rustic I’m an amoeba! That is some kinda fancy schmancy! Nice. I like the raised sitting area but it might lead to delusions of grandeur and vague urges to wear a crown!

    • Eric June 17, 2016, 6:46 am

      Ladieees and gennelmen… I present to you, alice h the amoeba… who comes complete with a crown….


      • Oregonpeg June 17, 2016, 2:45 pm

        Right, hahaha, I love the over-the-top elegance plus gummy bears and Crunchberries in the jars.
        What about guests – do they sit on the kitchen counters as they talk with you roosting high above them?

  • Lynn valenti June 16, 2016, 5:50 pm

    Most beautiful ever!!

  • Lori June 16, 2016, 6:02 pm

    I love ever single thing about this TH! Love the pull out bed and the raised couch! The bathtub – the kitchen! All well thought out uses of space and a rustic elegance!

  • Emily c. June 16, 2016, 6:16 pm

    I was already to dislike the house only by the title. Not a fan of Rustic, but this little house is beautiful! I love the light walls and the kitchen is perfect. But, above all I love that there is NO loft. I’m an oldie with bad knees and ladder are just not an option for me. I’d like to know more about the stairs/storage/bed. The stairs look a little iffy for me. (Bad balance) and I would want a light color on the stairs also. I’d also would want the bed to be on rollers for ease of use. I went to their site would have wanted to see a bunch of their designs including Goose neck, but couldn’t find all but one on sale and it had a loft.

  • Michael June 16, 2016, 6:45 pm

    Don’t like the raised living area, too high. One step to hide the bed would be okay but always climbing up to the sofa isn’t my style. Same like a loft bed.

  • Sharee June 16, 2016, 8:30 pm

    Perfect. This is exactly the layout that I have been collecting bits and pieces for. It has everything I could wish for…and more. I went to their website and couldn’t find this one. I did find that prices start at $79,000 and wanted to find out why. Online. The only thing I could find is contact them directly and they will talk to you. Did anyone else find this house?

  • ROSEE June 16, 2016, 8:58 pm

    I can really say that this is quite an unusual set up, but I wouldn’t call it rustic, except for the floor and living room area. Now that is what I call a good layout. All these drawers and storages, and the bed as well. YEAH! Nice work!
    But I am not too keen on those plants above the tub, are they real? I love plants, since I have plenty in my apartment. Other than that, I would say Good Work!

  • kevin June 17, 2016, 6:50 am

    i like the idea, but not the execution. I love the idea of not having a loft as I currently do, but rather a couple steps up and a pull out bed. but I agree with what was said above, this is just too high.

  • Donna Fontaine June 17, 2016, 8:33 am

    so sleek and elegant. Love the sofa up top can put a sofa bed as well??? this is a favorite. would love to know the cost>>

  • Elle June 17, 2016, 9:29 am

    Well, it’s interesting. Tiny Heirloom does a beautiful job of any design they create. I wonder where the entertainment area is located in perspective to the raised living area? Can you see a flatscreen from the couch? Also, the area above the bathroom seems to be wasted space. It’s used for display but should be more functional in such a small space. Love the bath, the W/D and the idea of the bed pulling out of the multipurpose space.

  • Oregonpeg June 17, 2016, 2:53 pm

    BEAUTIFUL! I LOVE the pull-out bed on the main level (and not having to cart bedding up & down tiny stairs for laundry day)… could you pull it out a little, put a couple sofa pillows on it and there’s your main level seating?
    I like stairs that convert / slide away, but why do so few people design something to hold onto when going up?
    On the other hand, using that upper loft space as either office or reading nook would be very cool – like cats who like to get up high – if there were storage up there. I’d get cozy and then realize my notebook was down below…
    Some very nice ideas here – obviously a concept house, not enough storage & useful features to actually live in, but lovely – thanks for sharing!

  • Maria June 18, 2016, 7:21 am

    I not a fan of dark wood. I would get rid of dishwasher. I would put the small cabinet next to refrigerator . Remove sink and window. I would put sink on other side looking out of front window. Then next to small cabinet I would put small apartment size stove. This way I could have small eating area. As for loft I would put bed there and use other pull out bed as couch and extra bed for company. Just my thoughts.

  • David June 18, 2016, 1:57 pm

    Overall this is quite stunning for a chic modern look. When you start to add elegance and expensive fixtures etc… The price goes up as like anything else. If this exceeds a price of 50
    K max, well then you are dealing with spending all your savings , going into debt by putting much on credit cards or trying to secure a loan. It is important to remember ‘ tiny living ‘ simpler means and affordability’ ‘ financial freedom’ .. Right? As I said I think this is stunning and very well done with a few slight additions. Storage, workspace and possible flipping of the bed and couch.( I like the idea – not sure how practical and also for privacy issues) – well done though.

  • Robert M Worth Jr June 18, 2016, 5:57 pm

    Now, this is a nice compact home. Love the dishwasher. Are those live plants over the “vintage” style bath tub? I bet, if they are live, that it is a natural way to scent the bath area as well as the kitchen.

    Did I see pull out steps to get to the loft? And, how do you tie down the furniture so it doesn’t slide off while being towed? Same with the dishes within the cupboards?

    I didn’t see where the big screen TV would go. Perhaps some sort of railing could be installed on the end of the LR loft where an Entertainment Center Console could be placed as well as anchored down? That would then be a great living room feature.

  • Nanny M June 19, 2016, 1:07 pm

    Don’t see much rustic, but stunning, gorgeous.

  • Rue June 20, 2016, 6:06 am

    I don’t think rustic means what they think it means. LOL

    It’s a bit glitzy to be rustic, and not my style, but they still had me at “clawfoot soaking tub”. The living loft is an interesting variation, but the pull-out stairs seem kinda chancy, and I’m not a fan of having to pull out and set up my sleeping space each night.

    Honestly, I’d rather have the seating below, and the bed in the loft. You don’t need full headroom over either a sofa or a bed….maybe something like we used to cobble together out of our dorm furniture in college, where we’d elevate a bed by propping the feet on the dressers, then put a small sofa underneath?

  • Ryda July 5, 2016, 6:39 pm

    marble does not flex. Meaning that if the trailer is moved you will end up with cracked or broken marble. Also all objects not behind doors, glued to floors or what have you will fall down when the vehicle. So you pay what $100k to pick up broken stuff?

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