The BrightBunk tiny house design is something I created mostly for fun and practice, but it could potentially be modified to fit your needs. It’s great if you wanted a cabin for the grandkids, something to take to a campground, to park in the backyard or housing for retreats and workshops.
Tiny House Design with Bunk Beds!
It’s a basic design that can be built on a foundation or on a dual axle utility trailer. You can even use it on campuses for dorms or to temporarily house workers on job sites.
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Front Gate and Porch
I included a porch and gate in the design so you get the front porch feel, but it’s completely optional. Another better way to do it is to make it a flip down porch as one of you pointed out last week.
Take the complete photo and watch the 3d video tour below:
Side Views of the BrightBunk Tiny House
Sliding Glass Door on the Side
The side entrance opens up space and gives it plenty of light. But if you prefer an entertainment center with a TV mounted on the wall instead, that can happen too.
BrightBunk Tiny House Floor Plan
3D Floor Plan of the Bunk Cabin
At approximately 150-square-feet, how would you design this space for yourself? What would you use it for primarily? Would love to read your ideas in the comments at the bottom.
Video Tour with VoiceOver and Music
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