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Her Double Loft Mudroom Tiny House


As always, MitchCraft Tiny Homes delivers a gorgeous custom tiny home! This 28’x10′ THOW was built for Meredith, and it features a light and bright interior with beautiful blue accents.

The kitchen is tucked underneath the primary loft bedroom, while the bathroom and mudroom sit under the kids’ loft. The middle of the home is dedicated to a long entertainment/storage center, and there’s a breakfast nook for four. Enjoy the photo tour below!

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Beautiful Family Tiny House Has A Luxurious Bathroom

It’s light and bright with white shiplap throughout.

The laundry is housed in the mudroom space.

A long counter makes up the entertainment center.

Floating shelves for storage.

A little ceiling fan for airflow.

Seating for four at the breakfast nook.

There’s storage behind the panels of the bench.

This is a great little kitchen. Loved the exposed beams.

Little hide-away dog bowls.

Farmhouse sink and mini dishwasher!

The fridge fits perfectly under the staircase.

Lots of drawers for pantry storage.

Up to the loft bedroom.

Mini bedside “tables” and reading lights.

A skylight and windows flood the bedroom with light.

It’s always a great idea to make shelving here.

Now to the other loft.

Some cubbies and shelving for treasures.

More shelvings and cubbies!

An awesome reading nook.

Mini-splits offer heating and cooling.

A stacked washer/dryer unit.

What a luxurious bathroom!

Hop in the soaking tub or take a shower.

I love basin sinks!

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Katrina Kole
    December 8, 2022, 7:44 am

    I have to unsubscribe Bc of all the recent pop up ads. I used to love tiny house but even with a new iPhone it’s too much.

    • December 8, 2022, 11:56 am

      I agree with Katrina. With pop-up ads taking so much away from the site it is losing the message. I liked the tile contrast in the kitchen.

    • Eric
      December 8, 2022, 8:22 pm

      I’m sure there is a way block pop ups, even on an iphone. Look up to see how to do it or get someone with the expertise to do it for you. More than one way to skin a cat. (Animal lovers, it’s just a phrase alright)

  • Donna Rae
    December 9, 2022, 3:52 pm

    I like some of the features…the wood elements are great with the white, the bathroom is nice, plenty of storage under the stairs…and it is completely livable, it just seems a bit awkward. The range hood right next to the long shelving looks imbalanced and it would have been nice if the sink was under the window. The entertainment center is a fabulous idea but the window is so big that we are forced to watch a postage stamp sized TV…and from an uncomfortable hard wooden bench across from two really uncomfortable looking stools…and the randomly placed shelves, though an attempt at a design feature, are too small to hold anything substantial…I’m thinking books. Having the switches above the shelf would mean nothing could be put there. I don’t have OCD but the random placement of the shelves would constantly challenge my aesthetic sensibility. Never put a glass door leading into the bathroom! Even frosted glass can’t provide a feeling of privacy, especially at night when you turn on a light. I understand that the idea is to provide more light but I’d rather feel I wasn’t being observed, even in an obscure way. The wood surround by the bathtub wouldn’t stop the water from leaking down the wall…it doesn’t even go all the way around…and would rot if you took a shower every day. I love that the tub is black but a different tub would mean less maintenance and hassle over time. This was an admirable attempt and, like I said, does have some nice features but a few tweaks to the design would make it spectacular. All comments are from my own personal perspective, obviously, and I’m sure someone else would think it was perfect the way it is, which would be great. Even tiny houses that aren’t perfect for each individual, provide an education for when designing one’s own so thank you for sharing them all!

    • James D.
      December 10, 2022, 1:48 am

      Just a note but getting wet alone isn’t what causes wood to rot but the inability to dry out. Conditions have to remain right for mold to grow for wood rot to happen.

      Old real wood homes actually absorbed tons of water every time it rained but they were breezy. So they dried out quickly and thus lasted for a long time. Problem with modern homes is use of materials that are more vulnerable to water than real wood, drywall, etc. and air tightness, with lack of air flow, that inhibits drying to the point moisture is trapped.

      So it’s not the shower that would be the issue but the humidity level and air flow in the bathroom. Otherwise, as long as the wood can dry in a timely period then it should last a lifetime even if you showered every single day. Thus proper ventilation and options like dehumidifiers would go a long way and address the general issue with tiny houses and moisture in the home.

      Besides, for professional builds in any wet areas the wood used is either rot resistant, like Ipe or Teak, or is treated/sealed with a protective coating. An epoxy coating, for example, would make the wood essentially water proof as long as it’s fully encased in the coating but you can still see the wood through the coating.

      There’s also plenty of faux wood products that will give the appearance of wood but is actually a different material that would have none of the issues of using wood. Like Vinyl flooring, tiles, etc. The appearance of products available today can fool most people at first glance into thinking they’re real wood…

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