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28-Foot Blue Heron Tiny House by Blue Sky Tiny Homes


This is the 28-foot Blue Heron tiny house from Blue Sky Tiny Homes. They are based out of Evansville, Indiana and offer a variety of models to choose from.

This Blue Heron tiny house features a shed-style roof and an open floor plan with 10-foot ceilings that help make it feel spacious inside. It also has plenty of built-in storage too. Please take the full tour below and let us know what you think in the comments.

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Photos via Blue Sky Tiny Homes

Blue Heron Tiny House VIDEO TOUR… Would You Live in this Tiny House Design?

Blue Heron Tiny House Features

  • 28′ x 10′
  • 270 sq. ft. (390 sq. ft. with lofts)
  • King size sleeping loft
  • Queen size sleeping loft
  • Spacious living area
  • Bathroom
  • Kitchen
  • Starts at $75,000

Sources

  1. Blue Sky Tiny Homes
  2. YouTube
  3. Instagram (@blueskytinyhomes)

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Andrea has lived simply in small spaces for more than 7 years and enjoys sharing her space saving (and space multiplying) tips from experience.

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  • Avatar Marivale January 17, 2019, 4:26 pm

    This is one of the best designed tiny houses I’ve seen. The 10ft. width makes such a difference in how livable the house feels. They have created a tiny house with lots of storage, a nice kitchen and real “living” space. Beautiful job!

  • Avatar Karen Blackburn January 19, 2019, 4:10 am

    Nice design with 2 caveats. How do you get to the second loft space, one set of stairs shown but nothing for the second. Also, if you really can’t do without a TV then surely it can’t be good for you to be watching such a huge screen from so close. It must be like sitting in the from row at the cinema, you end up with a stiff neck from tilting it to see the screen and a headache from being so near. Have watched huge TV screens from fairly close (though further than 8′ and screens from 30″-54″) and all that happens is a headache and sore eyes. This is the one thing that really bugs me with tiny homes, a narrow space from sofa to TV and a huge screen taking up an enormous amount of precious wall space.

    • Avatar James D. January 19, 2019, 1:08 pm

      She demonstrated the fold out attic ladder in the video but you can see it underneath the loft in the photos of the living area.

      As for the TV, you can look up a TV size to distance charts but basically a 32″ to 40″ TV should be comfortable to watch at around 8′ away. While the optimal height is dependent on whether the middle of the TV follows your direct line of sight from the position you’re at while sitting and leaning back because then your rest position will be at a slight angle.

      The idea is a 30 degree field of view coverage is good for mixed usage but a 40 degree field of view is better for cinema and they go beyond that for a IMAX effect to cover your entire field of view… Versus a 20 degree of view if you want everything towards the center of your field of vision…

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