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Daisy Tiny House by Sunflower Tiny Homes


This is the Daisy Tiny House by Sunflower Tiny Homes. It features a unique layout with a walk-around bedroom and a one-of-a-kind living room loft that allows you to stand before you sit down. See for yourself below!

It’s the company’s first tiny house on wheels, and they have already completed their second build, The Violet, which you can see in this post. What are your thoughts on this tiny house design? Can you see yourself in it? Let’s talk about it in the comments!

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The Daisy Tiny House has a Walk-Around Bedroom and Unique Living Room Loft

This layout allows for a walk-around bedroom area in the tiny house with windows on both sides. The interior features hickory cabinets, butcher block counters, a ceiling fan, shiplap walls, custom cushions, and a gel memory foam queen mattress.

This lowered platform area in the loft makes it easy to get in and out of the living area loft where you are surrounded by windows and have access to a ceiling-mounted flatscreen television.

The kitchen is pretty spacious for a tiny house, there’s a Pioneer 9000 BTU mini-split air conditioner installed, and an additional loft on the other side of the house over the bathroom area. There’s plenty of counter space in the kitchen along with this built-in bar with a window view.

This tiny house has 2 Bosch water heaters, Magic Chef appliances (fridge, range, and washer/dryer), and is hooked up with 100 amp electrical service and a 50 amp RV plug connection.

The tiled bathroom seems pretty spacious and luxurious with its own window for ventilation.

The Daisy Tiny House is built on a 14,000 lb trailer and is 8’6 wide, 13’6 tall, and 24′ long. It features a commercial-grade metal roof, smart side siding, and dual pane windows. The Daisy Tiny House has been certified by NOAH as alternative housing, which means it meets the ANSI standard for RVs and the Residential Building Code.

Highlights

  • The Daisy Tiny House
  • By Sunflower Tiny Homes
  • 14,000 lbs trailer
  • 8’6″ wide, 13’6″ tall, 24′ long
  • Commercial metal roof
  • Smart side siding
  • Dual pane windows
  • Magic Chef Appliances
  • 2 Bosch water heaters
  • Pioneer 9000 BTU mini split
  • 100 amp electrical service
  • 50 amp RV plug connection
  • LED lighting
  • Exhaust fan over the range
  • Flip down television ceiling mounted
  • Waterproof SmartCore flooring
  • Hickory cabinets
  • Butcher block counters
  • Ceiling fan
  • Shiplap interior
  • Gel memory foam queen mattress
  • Custom cushions in the Crow’s Nest
  • NOAH Certified

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  • July 27, 2022, 1:38 pm

    Still, one of my favorite THOW builds, especially with some of the wood painted out. I still like the front bath idea option even if just a powder room and a Full-Size bed instead of a queen. For us handicapped maybe leave off the loft living room and use a Murphy bed/Livingroom with the slope on the roof the other way(we will never use a lofted area). I REALLY like how this company thinks and executes…

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