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28-ft. Gable Style Tiny House With Dormers By Forever Tiny Homes

This is the 24-ft. Forever Model Tiny House on Wheels by Forever Tiny Homes.

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28-ft. Gable Style Tiny House by Forever Tiny Homes

This tiny house has a really nice kitchen.

The pocket door here takes you to the bathroom.

Stacking washer and dryer right there as well.

This unit has a flush toilet but you can also go with a composting one if you wanted to.

This is a shot of the bathroom ceiling.

Really nice table by the kitchen.

Mini-split air conditioner positioned in the living area.

View to the sleeping loft. Looks nice!

The storage staircase.

And the cozy sleeping loft.

VIDEO: Gable Style 28-Ft. Tiny House With Dormers

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  • merryl
    May 7, 2021, 8:07 am

    Very nicely put together. I would most definatly live here.

  • Jade W
    May 7, 2021, 9:06 am

    This is really nice! It seems like this lady had been very busy.

  • Marsha Cowan
    May 7, 2021, 5:12 pm

    As with all their houses, this one has some nice touches, but I have to mention that the stove hood looks too large for the stove. With her standing there, you can tell that you would have to be leaning over under that hood to see what you are cooking. Stovetop hoods usually never cover the front burners, and that way you can safely cook without having to lean to0 close to the hot food and possible steam. At the same time, you can easily see inside the back pots, too. That stove hood definitely needs replacing.

    • Marsha Cowan
      May 7, 2021, 5:17 pm

      Actually, it could just be that it is not up high enough. Most range hoods are from 20″ to 24″ above the rangetop. This one looks a lot lower than that, perhaps to accomodate the microwave oven, but having to lean over to cook is not something I would want to do everyday.

      • James D.
        May 7, 2021, 7:27 pm

        Well, I looked it up to be sure, and that’s actually just the manufacturer recommendation for 20″ to 24″ above the cooktop, and the normal residential standard is either between 28″ and 36″ above the cooktop for indoor hoods or 36″ to 42″ above the cooktop for outdoor hoods…

        Though, the IRC just focuses on fire safety. So only covers combustibles for clearances…

        “At least 30 inches of clearance is required between the cooking surface and an unprotected/combustible surface above it. (IRC M 1901.1)”

        “If a microwave hood combination is used above the cooking surface, then the manufacturer’s specifications should be followed. (IRC M 1504.1)”

        While the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), guidelines allows 24 inches of clearance between the cooking surface and a protected noncombustible surface [e.g., a range hood] above it…

        I just measured one in a small apartment, for a quick comparison, and it’s at 25″. I then adjusted to see where 20″ would fall, and also compared a similar kettle pot, as she has on the range, for scale, and it looks like they did it just above the manufacturer’s recommended minimum of 20″…

        Agreed, that it’s not ideal but a range hood does perform better than an overhead microwave combo hood venting. While the size of the range may already limit the size of cookware you can place there all at once. So YMMV…

        Though, possible alternatives to consider are downdraft vents. They’re usually placed behind the cooktop, which can let them double as a retractable backsplash, but some are integrated into the cooktop to take up less space and would eliminate most of the need for an overhead range hood… Or a retractable range hood that can free up some space when you don’t need it, and for some the extendable part is transparent/window to be able to see through it but that may require more cleaning to stay useful… Or just find somewhere else to put the microwave and maybe splurge on a microwave drawer to free up all the space you’d need to put the range hood at a better height… A appliance garage could also allow more options to place the microwave somewhere else but still put it at a usable location when you use it…

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