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Have you ever considered utilizing an elevator bed for your tiny house?

In this post, TruForm Tiny is giving us 4 reasons why elevator beds make a tiny home better. Enjoy!

4 Reasons Why Elevator Beds Help a Tiny Home

Elevator Beds in TIny Homes

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Pam and Bruce Westra are the owners of the Tiny Digs Hotel in Portland, Oregon. Over the last few years, they have designed and built the 9 tiny homes at their hotel. And now, thanks to Jenna of Tiny House Giant Journey, they’re sharing their top 10 tiny house design/build tips that they learned along the way with you!

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This is a family road trip tiny house design that sleeps four by Michael Janzen of Tiny House Design.

From time to time I daydream about taking my family on an extended road trip in a tiny house.  So just for fun, I drew this tiny house design and got a little carried away in the details.1

Tiny House Design for a Family Road Trip

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The Cider Box Tiny House Plans from custom tiny house builder Shelter Wise have been one of their most popular designs since 2014. And now there’s a whole new reason to love them! The Cider Box Plans now come with a fully-editable 3-D SketchUp model created by the Tiny Nest Project – and to celebrate, the plans and model are on sale for 40% off until 7:00 pm PST on Saturday, June 17th!

You can go straight to PAD Tiny Houses to get this special offer now, or read on to learn about the Cider Box design, and what you can do with a well-made 3-D model like this one!

The Cider Box Tiny House Plans

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Travel Trailer, RV,

Beautiful custom-built tiny travel trailer or tiny home

“Cultivating the riches of less” is the mantra of Moksha Woodwork designs, the builder of Incubate. It has a two burner Atwood cook stove, sink with gravity feed facet, four LED light sconces, large solid maple kitchen counter and maple sliding cabinet doors.  The sofa folds out into a full size bed, two large trunk storage cabinets behind sofa, and Douglas Fir plywood interior paneling. The exterior features a mix of salvaged and new redwood and cedar siding, 26 gauge galvanized sheet metal covers the arch roof and sides.

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This is the “All I Own House” designed by PKMN Architectures for Yolanda.

On the outside you can see this is a standard single-family home in Madrid, but when you walk inside you’ll find an amazing multi-functional space. By using storage shelves on casters, Yolanda can create a living room, bedroom and kitchen by sliding her walls across the floor. Where’s the bed? It’s tucked in one of the units and folds out Murphy-style.

Check out the pictures and then enjoy the video to see her home “in action.”

Related: MKCA’s Attic Transformer: Amazing 225 sq. ft. Apartment

All I Own House in Madrid by PKMN Architectures

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This is a Rustic Glamour tiny home on wheels built by Mint Tiny House Company.

It was a custom build designed to the new owner’s personal taste. The home features the very popular and stylish white-on-dark-wood color scheme that makes the space feel warm and rustic while also appearing open and glamorous. The kitchen has my favorite fridge, a retro Smeg, and the bathroom includes glass shower doors and clean, chic subway tiles.

Enjoy the pictures of this custom design below, and get ideas for your own tiny house! Want Mint to build you a home? Their contact information is on the last page.

Related: Just Whals Tiny House by Mint Tiny Homes

Rustic Glamour Tiny Home by Mint Tiny House Company

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