This is an amazing 34ft tiny house with a separate industrial kitchen on one side with its own entrance and a residential area on the other side.
This custom tiny home was built by Tiny Heirloom for a start-up business out of Kentucky that makes and sells donuts. So on one side, you’ve got your commercial kitchen business, and on the other side of the tiny house, you’ve got your residential area with your own kitchen, bathroom, living area, and dual lofts. Pretty amazing, isn’t it? Imagine the possibilities! It’s a 275 sq. ft. tiny home without including the loft space and it was recently featured on an episode of Tiny Luxury on the DIY Network. Take the full tour and let us know what you think about it in the comments below. Thanks!
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34ft Tiny House on Wheels with a Full-Size Industrial Kitchen with Separate Entrance!
Can you believe it? This tiny house has an additional industrial kitchen…
Why? Well, because they’re donut-makers!
The commercial kitchen even has a window so you can peak into the residential part of the tiny home.
Trust me, I never thought I’d be talking about a tiny house in this way either.
It’s almost like it’s a tiny house mansion… It has an industrial kitchen?!
Yes, yes it does. And a serving window too!
It really makes this tiny house perfect for events. Your kids could be home, and you could be working at a farmer’s market!
How cool is that? Pretty dreamy, I think.
Well, at least for some of us.
The kitchen part of this tiny house is really quite amazing. I’ve never really seen one done like this before.
It’s a full donut bakery!
Ready to produce and sell!
I wouldn’t mind having a sink like that in my residential kitchen! It might help kick me into gear…
There’s an additional sink, even, for convenience sake.
I’m pretty sure they thought of everything. But if you ask them, they may tell you something they forgot.
The way these windows open is interesting!
I really like how they put a window between the residential and industrial part of the tiny house.
Work, work, work…
But if you love it, is it really work?
Two for one special. Yes, please.
What’s your favorite kind of donut? They probably make it here…
They have breakfast, too?
The outside is finished beautifully with different siding.
It looks pretty good, don’t you think?
This is the entrance to the RESIDENTIAL part of the tiny house. Let’s go inside…
Remember that window? Now you can see the industrial kitchen through there.
Come on in!
This tiny house has TWO lofts…
Just remember, it’s a tiny house as well as a doughnut shop!
There’s a cozy little sitting area.
The kitchen and bath.
Dual loft access.
It’s a nice little layout!
The kitchen is compact, but works!
The lofts are finished beautifully.
Lots of windows are always nice.
Cozy sleeping loft.
The other loft.
And this is how you get to them…
Looks like a really fun place.
Kitchen with fridge, sink, and storage. Remember, there’s an industrial kitchen next door, too!
The bathroom is very nice!
Nice big window. Flush toilet.
Storage under the ladders.
What do you think?
What would you change about it to make it better for you?
What a cool way to build a tiny house, right?
Half residential, half kitchen!
The exterior is beautiful…
Adding all of the different siding options together makes it very artistic and fun.
Would you buy a donut from here? I sure would.
The coolest doughnut factory…
It’s a tiny house! And a donut factory!
Custom-Built by Tiny Heirloom.
What does your dream tiny house look like?
Is it a backyard tiny house? A traveling tiny house?
Let’s Talk About this Tiny House! How Would You Customize it for Yourself?
Isn’t it great how they were able to customize this tiny house to suit their business needs? My question is, what would you have done with the space instead of having a commercial kitchen?
Would it be space for a separate office, writing space, a meditation space, a mini storefront, or would you rather just use the extra space as part of the home? Let us know in the comments!
Quote from the Episode on Tiny Luxury
Kentucky entrepreneurs dream of taking their doughnut business on the road in a Tiny Home with a service-ready, commercial kitchen. The Tiny Heirloom build team works to maximize space for both big kitchen appliances and a separate living area for each of their boys. Michelle brings the girls’ modern farmhouse style to life with rustic touches and wood finishes. (Source)
Signature Series Tiny Homes by Tiny Heirloom
Custom Tiny Homes by Tiny Heirloom
Our big thanks to Jason Francis and Tyson Spiess of Tiny Heirloom for sharing!
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