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Now, we’ve seen tiny homes with living rooms in a half-loft situation, but this is the first time I’ve seen someone put a kitchen on top! There’s a little cave bedroom underneath the kitchen with lots of windows and built-in storage to keep it from being claustrophobic.

This newest Kenai model from Tiny Idahomes also includes an awesome full bathroom with a tub and a spot for a washer/dryer unit. There is also a bedroom loft and a spot for a couch across from the storage staircase. What do you think of the design?

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28-ft. Kenai Tiny House RV by Tiny Idahomes with a Loft Kitchen!

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This is an Escape eOne tiny house! It’s the all-electric version of their popular Escape ONE tiny house.

The floor plan is slightly different than the original ONE with a large back loft, larger kitchen, and larger storage area. This tiny house is perfect for living tiny, setting up a vacation rental, guest house, office, or personal space.

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Escape eOne Tiny House with a Large Kitchen

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Images: Escape

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James and Doreen had a 4,000-square-foot home, but the upkeep was just becoming overwhelming. So they decided to get a skoolie! Now they can visit their 4 kids (who all live in different places) and spend their springtime boating in Louisiana.

Their bus is unlike any we’ve seen before, with a full-size commercial kitchen (including THREE sinks), a table near the front window, and stucco walls on the inside of the bus. They chose not to have a hallway, and instead have a spacious bathroom. What do you think?

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Skoolie w/ Stucco Walls, Raised Roof, and Full Bathroom!

Retired Couple’s Amazing Coach Bus Reno 3

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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I really love how this professional van conversion by Recycle Inn does away with the “traditional” layouts for van builds and really mixes things up! The main portion of the van has a modular couch that becomes the bed and hugs a table for food/work needs.

But the real showstopper is the kitchen in the garage area! Instead of cooking cramped inside 70-or-so square feet, you can really spread out with the doors open. I have to imagine it helps somewhat with van smells, as well. What do you think of this design?

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Modular Couch System w/ Tons of Layout Choices

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Kristen and Huck decided a few years ago that they were tired of “normal” life, so they downsized into an RV and started traveling. Eventually, they ended up in the town where Tiny Tranquility Park is, and started to feel settled in the area. They rented a tiny house from the park for two years before building their own.

Because Huck is a great cook, he wanted a kitchen with plenty of space for all of his needs. Their other priority was a spacious bathroom. They sacrificed a bit of living space, but they often hang out in the second loft! Their bedroom is in the main loft. Tell us what you think!

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Their Cedar-Clad Tiny Home in Tiny Tranquility Park with a Large Kitchen and Bathroom

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Images via Tiny Home Tours

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In this post, you’ll see a van conversion with a pull-out outdoor kitchen.

It was built by Sunshine Coast Van Fit Outs in Queensland, Australia, and originally featured here. What do you think of their slide-out outdoor kitchen feature?

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Van Conversion with Outdoor Kitchen

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Brennan built this micro-cabin on wheels that packs so much into just 55 square feet! Step onto the flip-down deck and walk inside to the kitchenette space that includes a 2 burner propane cooktop, micro sink, a mini-fridge/freezer, and butcher block countertops.

Just beyond the kitchen is the living/dining/bedroom. During the daytime, it’s easily set up as a corner bench with a flip-up table, and at night it converts to a full-sized bed. It would work well as an office space or even as a tiny Airbnb if you had other access to a restroom. What do you think?

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Modern, Mobile Micro Cabin for $36k

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When I think of awesome gooseneck tiny homes, I think of MitchCraft — they have really perfected maximizing space and beauty in the layout. Summer’s gooseneck seems to have everything: A grand kitchen that looks perfect to cook in, a washer/dryer combo in a wall of storage, and a bedroom/living room combo over the gooseneck.

Summer chose the most soothing colors! Sage green, natural light wood tones, and a bit of rustic barn wood here and there for contrast. There’s even a full bathroom with a tub for relaxing after a long day. What’s your favorite part of this design?

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Her Sage Green Tiny Home Has it All – Including An Amazing Bedroom

Summer’s Gooseneck THOW w Grand Kitchen 22

Images via MitchCraft

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What do you think is the perfect kitchen layout? In tiny spaces, I’m partial to the U-shaped kitchen that allows for an easy workflow, like you’ll see in the Lancaster model from Liberation Tiny Homes. The huge picture window over the sink lets you dream of being outdoors while washing dishes, and there’s enough room for a good-sized oven and refrigerator.

This model features two lofts — one over the kitchen accessible via storage stairs, and the other over the bathroom, which you get to using metal piping handholds. If you’re someone who prefers the kitchen and bathroom on opposite sides of the house, you’ll like this layout!

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Navy & Wood Farmhouse Tiny Home

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