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Dual Loft Theater Tiny House by Tiny Heirloom (For Sale)


This is a Theater-inspired Tiny Home on Wheels by Tiny Heirloom. And it’s actually available right now under their pre-loved tiny homes section (for sale).

This tiny house was featured in their television series, Tiny Luxury, which is on the HGTV/DIY Network and the tiny home could be yours with an asking price of $94,900. It’s called the Theater Home. More info below!

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Dual Loft Tiny House with Amazing Bathroom, Theater Style Living Room, Outdoor Shower, And More!

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Images © Tiny Heirloom

This tiny house was on season 3 of Tiny Luxury.

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It’s a 200-sq.-ft. tiny house that’s designed to feel like a theater inside.

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It features a MASTER loft…

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And a secondary loft, too…

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You can easily sleep 4-5 people here.

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Maybe more if you let someone use the couch 🙂

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Stargazing from the loft sounds nice.

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Dining nook/bar.

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I love that window! And the couch!

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Here is the main loft…

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Pretty easy to like…

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And accessible via staircase.

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WIth the bathroom right underneath.

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We love stairs!

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Interesting too, because of the way you enter this tiny house.

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The bathroom and shower are ultra-luxurious.

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This is a super-nice bathroom…

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Built-in storage, too…

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Wow, this is a really nice bathroom!

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Wow, this kitchen has it all!

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A look at the theater room.

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Got to have a nice kitchen!

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The theater. I love the couch!

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Ladder to the second loft…

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I really like the red door and the hardwood ceilings. Looks great!

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The interior of this tiny house is just dazzling…

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This loft is cozy, and you’ve got two beds here!

Theater Home by Tiny Heirloom 0040Tiny house loft with a skylight.

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How do you like this gourmet kitchen?

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What kind of backsplash is this?

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A very nice refrigerator.

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Tiny home on wheels by Tiny Heirloom.

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An outdoor shower for your convenience.

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Towel hooks, too. How nice!

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It even has a rain shower faucet.

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Not a bad way to live!

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Tiny house with outdoor furniture.

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You could always add a deck, too.

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So what do you think? Is the tiny life for you?

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Images © Tiny Heirloom

Want to buy it?

May still be available/for sale – click here for more information. Email [email protected]

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Sources/Learn More

  1. Tiny Heirloom
  2. Theater-inspired Tiny House on Tiny Luxury
  3. Upcoming airings for this tiny house on TV
  4. Order your own custom THOW from Tiny Heirloom

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  • Avatar Richard H Chapple Sr
    May 29, 2018, 6:31 pm

    I am pleased to see this company took advantage of an old old idea used in the older two story mobile homes from the 50’s. with the upper loft bedroom taking advantage of the bed platform to allow standing room in the bathroom underneath. This allows a nice staircase and standing room height to dress next to the bed.
    Nice arrangement.. I have to guess the size of this tiny house to be 24′ x 8′. Lots of nice windows, I like the theater ceiling touch, spacious bath, nice kitchen, and the privacy wall on the other loft. Lots to like here.

  • Avatar Claude
    May 29, 2018, 7:02 pm

    Very very nice, love the entrance mixed with the stairs to the loft lower level, where I believe you can stand up near the bed.. Nice design.

  • Avatar D. Pedersen
    May 30, 2018, 2:20 am

    The layout of the house is really good. Though the materials do not go well together. Having a “noisy” countertop with wall tiles, that have a total different pattern and color, does not make it easy on the eyes. And the use of so much dark color for such a little space is not good. It makes the room look smaller than it is – Looks like the ceiling falling down. The big ceiling pattern does not help either. It is way too dominating. The dark kitchen cabinets are too kitch and 70’s.

    • Avatar James D.
      May 30, 2018, 6:54 pm

      It can be quite interesting how people can have very different tastes and preferences…

      But it’s not actually true that dark colors will automatically make a space seem smaller all the time.

      The way that light interacts with say white can be very static. There are no subtleties in its hue because it reflects all the colors at once and that can make it seem very bland.

      This is where the dynamic color of a dark shade can get interesting, as the light in a room changes throughout the day, so does a dark color. Even black can have cool or warm undertones, and this is especially true when dealing with a material that can have lots of subtle details like wood.

      While darker colors reflect less light, this can give the space a better sense of depth. Essentially, it can help blur the edges of the room. Versus how brighter colors can make the edges of the room more pronounced and defined.

      So you can actually add a sense of space with either light or darker colors… It really depends on application and how the materials interact with the colors and lighting.

      Photos just aren’t always the best way to get a sense of how the space actually looks. Since, how the eye sees it can be very different from the camera…

      The back splash and ceiling fixture, for example, is gold foil stamped… This means they’re reflective and are actually making the space feel bigger and helping to spread a warm lighting effect.

      The ceiling fixture also has back lighting for some ambience lighting effect… and like a theater, some of the lower steps to the stairs also has lighting…

      Among other details you may not be perceiving from the photos as well as you would be in person…

    • Avatar Alison
      July 8, 2020, 5:18 pm

      I agree that the countertop looks out of place. The fancy metallic tiles are also not my cup of tea, but it’s a very interesting idea, and someone will love it. I do like the red velvet couch, and the red door. Lots to like about this house.

  • Avatar Marsha Cowan
    May 30, 2018, 11:01 am

    Wow! Really nicely done and soooo beautiful! I love the arrangement of the bath to the stairs, and the lofts are wonderful with the extra ceiling space with the wood accent. The windows are great for views, and I will be by after dark to steel the entire kitchen. Lol! What a beautiful bath. Love the tile around the sink and tub. The rounded table is ingenious. It allows each person to see the people next to them easier for conversation and gets around those pesky corners in a tight space. The whole house is a work of art. Thanks for sharing it with us. Lots of ideas to ponder 🙂

  • Avatar Ms Betty
    May 30, 2018, 6:22 pm

    I love almost everything about this home. The only thing I would change for myself would be to eliminate the bathtub and use a walk-in shower instead. I love the stair case, twin beds!!, mattresses are not on the floor, standing room in the bedroom, dual flush toilet, raised refrigerator and so much more. My only question now is – how much?

    • Avatar James D.
      May 30, 2018, 7:00 pm

      They often don’t specify the exact final price, as owners don’t always want that advertised, but on the episode this aired they listed the working budget at the start at being $120,000… Doesn’t mean that is what it ended up costing but that’s the budget they had to work with at the beginning…

  • Avatar Sheila Plourde
    June 18, 2018, 10:33 pm

    This is breath taking beautiful!!! Love all of it. So classy and the ceiling is amazing.

  • Avatar Deb D
    July 9, 2020, 9:18 pm

    It is lovely, but I do agree with those who don’t like the metal ceiling/walls. The wooden ceiling is beautiful, why ruin it? And the countertop is attractive all on its own. The bath is very, very nice. though lacking a washer/dryer. Yes, there are many things to like, however, 200 sq. ft. for $95,000 seems a bit pricey. The larger 400 sq. ft. houses often go for less than that. Perhaps they are negotiable.

  • Avatar Theresa Perdue
    July 10, 2020, 11:53 am

    stunning 😍, I think it is absolutely beautiful. I love how they matched the backslash with the ceiling and you can never go wrong with granite counter tops. The windows are amazing and the bathroom is exquisite. It’s obvious that a lot of thought and talent went into this one.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee
      July 10, 2020, 1:53 pm

      Totally agree!

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