This is Dennis’ 24′ MitchCraft Tiny House on Wheels.
It’s built using Structurally Insulated Panels (SIPs).
The tiny home is on a 8’x24′ trailer and features a full kitchen, living area, dining table, bathroom, and two lofts.
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Dennis’ 24′ MitchCraft Tiny House
8×24′ Trailer, SIPs panel construction, wood stove, bamboo and beetle kill pine throughout.
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Wow. Beautifully done inside! While the exterior on this particular model is not as appealing personally, after checking their website, I am quite impressed with the pricing and quality of these little home. Well done, Mitchcraft!
There has to be a sink in every bathroom. No excuses.
I agree. I hate to see these absolutely beautiful THOW’s with all the careful work put into them and then the bathroom seems to be an afterthought. No sink in the bathroom is a hygiene and common sense problem. But then so many fail to wash their hands after using the toilet – you see it when you use a public restroom and another person coming out of another stall heads straight for the door without washing their hands – gross.
A person shouldn’t be forced to wash their face or hands, or brush their teeth at the kitchen sink, what are you going to do – keep a separate hand towel in the kitchen for this purpose? Tacky.
Then on top of that, while these composting toilets seem to be all the rage, dumping your sawdust waste outside daily gets old very quickly, not to mention, what are going to do if you have a bad stomach and don’t hold food down easily? Are you going to use the composting toilet for that and then have to dump everything outside? Remember, the microbes in human waste (both ends) are different from cow manure and the waste cannot be used as fertilizer. There is a reason human beings for centuries have *buried* their waste and the treatment plant system for human waste that is flushed via a normal toilet is much more hygenic, safe and ultimately better for the planet.
Not to mention, you never can *truly* get that outhouse smell out of your bathroom with a composting toilet.
Denise – I think your comments regarding composting toilets are a little ignorant (to put it nicely). The model shown in the pictures above is a Nature’s Head, and is one of the easier to use models. Keeping the liquids and solids separate is a great way to minimize the “ick” factor and maximize the composting of the solids. Here is a quick video showing how it works: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24LimUrb4LM
Also, if the owner of this THOW had thought a bathroom sink was necessary for his/her lifestyle, there would be plenty of space in this home to modify the design account for one. That doesn’t seem to be the case here – and to each his/her own. Walking a couple more feet to the kitchen sink isn’t going to hurt anyone.
Human waste can in fact be used as fertilizer. It is called humanure. I suggest you do a bit of research on that topic. You just might be amazed at what is being achieved in this area with regards to water savings & food production.
I agree, when you are sick the last thing you want to do is empty any toilet or even the rubbish. This is why it is good to have a partner. Now let me educate you a little. sewage is certainly not even a little environmentally friendly, improved yes. the reason we have sewage and dump it at the nearest convenient location (after treatment) is because people could not be trusted to keep their feces out of the drinking supply, which commonly let to mass outbreaks of dysentery and cholera. Composting toilets require responsibility to make sure that the correct bacterial process takes place to process the waste. Done correctly is 100% environmental. As to necessitating numerous sinks in a THOW the size of a caravan, is ludicrous and just a reflection of your privileged life. though it is a nice preference or convenience.
Well, not so much privilege, more good hygiene. 🙂
Denise, If you are having problems with hygiene in your sink/s adding more will not fix it. Try using soap or cleaning your sink when dirty; This is far more effective than just adding random extra sinks. Hope this helps 🙂
Agree with Jaykay that the inside is beautifully done, however the outside is not appealing. Love how this company did not put the bathroom next to the kitchen. Great layout of the kitchen, love the fridge and stove. Yea! Stairs not a ladder, just needs handrail but great job.
Love the built, what materials are in the shower stall? I am still trying to decide what to put into my shower stall walls, would love tile but afraid it might be to heavey
I love the cabinet under the stairs that looks like an ice box we had when I was a young girl. The upper left door was were the ice man would put a large block of ice to keep our food cold. The floor is beautiful as are the kitchen cabinets and counter. I love the large kitchen sink and full size refrigerator. Overall a very nice tiny home but must have a bathroom sink.
I am in love with this TH!
Kitchen! A usable kitchen! Nearly half the house! As it should be! Sooner or later, everybody has to eat. Thumbs up!
Thanks, Mitchcraft, for recognizing the ridiculousness of two sinks three steps from each other. Excellent choice!
It is very well planned out. Love the Antique Ice Box. I remember as a kid, my grandmother had one and the Ice Man would deliver large blocks of ice daily…..I also like the idea of lots of counter space in the kitchen area…..Red front door Ideal !!!
Love this little house.
Except for the shower stall. The stainless steel(?) walls must have been though up by someone who never had stainless steel in their kitchen. I have, my refrigerator door, and I hate it. Even though wipe it down constantly, it is always dusty, greasy from fingers, cooking and has spots that seems to come from thin air.
It would drive me mad to have that as shower stall walls. And I am really no cleaning freak.
I like the old icebox doors in the cabinetry.
This is a new favorite. Love the stairs, (agree with a handrail) and a real sofa! Very nice.
I love this model! It hits all my likes!!! Just wish I could afford it and have a truck to move it??
As shown with appliances and interior finish, $55k. The Mitchcraft website has complete pricing for shell to move in ready, multiple sizes.
I didn’t see a price but maybe that’s a good thing…! I like this tiny house as I like thed other one that came along in this news letter… Great job Mitchel craft…..!
Instead of multiple near-identical photos of the SAME PART of the house, how about a FLOOR PLAN? I see this repeatedly (most recently with this and the MitchCraft “Bookworm” house). Include a floor-plan, and you can see MUCH better where and how all those photos fit together!
I love this one better than the 18′ because it has more storage and just a better feeling of space. That’s what 6 extra feet will give you, of course. Though I know some feel that open shelves also give more of a feeling of space, I would prefer enclosed cupboards so I didn’t have to pack everything away every time I had to move. Having doors to hold everything in place would be a time and effort saver, for sure, and it would be a cleaner look. A couple of open shelves for adding a little character would be fine, though. I would add a shower head that you could adjust the height and be hand-held. Love everything else.
I agree a floor plane would be nice – a bathroom sink too!
(I note they have a floor plan on the web site; but, no bathroom sink)
Just love everything about this tiny home (except I would opt for a small sink in the bathroom area). Hats off to he builder/designer they really made this place very inviting. I love what they did under the stairs just love the look of the old fashion ice box it’s quite a conversational piece!! I like the fact they have a full size fridge & stove. Along with being able to add a comfy couch instead of a build in one with storage. They seem to have a lot of storage under their stairs along with the small closet they have at the far end of their home. The only thing they need is a t.v. Across from their couch. Before I forget I love their wood stove and I too would add a hand rail for the stairs as well. I think they did a wonderful job designing this home!! Thank you for sharing this awesome place!!Carol???
Love the design! Can you tell more about the wood stove?
Hi Bill, looks like this brand: http://morsoe.com/int/indoor/wood-burning-stove/shop/p1412_int
This is THE coolest tiny home I have EVER seen. Awesome colors, wood, corrugated tin, heating stove, everything. I would take this home in a heartbeat. It’s FANTASTIC.
Wow! I am so glad you loved it, Liz!
Love this…the storage is amazing and so is the kitchen. BUT…for it to me more “livable”, I’d consider a few things:
1. a rail on the loft. Why aren’t tiny home doing this??? Also, one on the stairs is a good idea as well. Kudos to stairs and no ladder. Well done.
2. Washer/dryer combo. That’s just something not many are willing to live without, especially considering how few clothes you can own or have.
3. Sink and mirror in bathroom. Living in close quarters with another is challenging. Having to dress in the main area, too? No thanks.
4. Where is the a/c unit? Lofts get HOT. Really hot.
Tiny home living is good in theory, but the reality of it is another thing. In order to make it work, people who actually have DONE THIS need to design these homes. Falling down stairs in the middle of the night to pee, having your dog with you, dropping stuff off a loft side by accident, sweating balls trying to sleep, hand washing clothes in a small sink or endless trips to a laundromat…no.
Those are all great things to add in your own tiny house 🙂 Just remember this one was custom-built for Dennis, so for whatever reason he didn’t want a washer/dryer or a railing, haha.
Where is the bathroom door? Am I missing something? I’ve looked at these pictures several times and don’t see anything that looks like a door? Otherwise, it’s a beautiful home.
I’m going to guess it’s a pocket door that slides into the wall, but without being inside I’m not positive!
Don’t really care what anyone says. Been a nurse for 25 years and would want a sink in MY bathroom. Sèen to much cross contamination!😬