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28ft Urban Tiny House with 3ft Nook Bump-out And Elevator Bed!


This is a 28ft Urban Tiny House on Wheels by TruForm Tiny with a 3ft nook bump-out and an elevator bed.

It’s the Payette floor plan with double triangle dormers. There are 3 skylights to give you tons of natural light and the elevator bed makes the space very multifunctional! It functions as a downstairs bedroom, office, living room, and you can even use it as a spare bedroom since there’s a pull out couch you can use under the bed which turns it into sort of a bunk bed! Pretty cool, right?

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Modern 28ft Tiny House with Elevator Bed and 3ft Bump-out Nook!

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Images © TruForm Tiny

A nook extends the trailer and offers more storage space with deep, large drawers.  White walls open the space even more.  The cedar ceiling can’t be done justice with photos – it is truly stunning and the craftsmanship, and care for every stick of cedar make this ceiling a work of art.  The Main loft is huge.  It would serve 2 twin beds, or a king bed, comfortably.

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The Kitchen is optimized by extending the counter space under the stairs.  A huge closet, full height pullouts, and lots of cabinetry give more than enough storage. A large apron sink gives  a beautiful space to wash and source water.  The full size refrigerator and Dickenson stove make this kitchen comfortably sized for cooking.

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The Bathroom was customized so the toilet is doored off from the rest of the bathroom.  A stunning stainless steel shower sits next to a custom storage space that is sized to hold a washer/drier combo unit. The wall sink is comfortable and attractive.

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Images © TruForm Tiny

Video of Tru Form Tiny’s New Elevator Bed with Headboard that Converts into a Desk!

Tru Form Tiny guides you through curated finishes, architectural choices, and an experience that offers clients solutions they didn’t know existed.  Going tiny in a Tru Form Tiny makes the adventure of this choice a joyful one.  With fast lead times, superior professionalism, and world class craftsmanship, Tru Form is a sure choice for Tiny buyers.

Sources

  1. TruForm Tiny
  2. Design Your Own TruForm Tiny
  3. Design Your Own Payette TruForm Tiny House

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!

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  • merryl April 6, 2018, 11:13 am

    wow!very,very nicely done.

  • Michael April 7, 2018, 10:23 pm

    Although I am a big fan of elevator bed this THOW is with all these dormers and bump out to much cluttered for my taste. Beside that it increases cost and maintenance.

  • Diane April 9, 2018, 2:43 pm

    This is one of the nicest units I have seen for design and practicality. I love the extra time it took to create that ceiling. I am a designer and appreciate a well thought out design. The staging is icing on the cake showing essential elements to live making it all the more inviting. Good job.

  • Judy Douville May 16, 2018, 4:21 pm

    Beautiful home! I missed the MSRP list- please advise…
    Almost too many features.
    Judy

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