Part of what draws people to tiny homes is the chance to have something that’s truly yours, not only monetarily, but design-wise.
That’s why you have to love a builder like MitchCraft Tiny Homes in Colorado that can deliver Elise and Clara’s Amazing Gooseneck: A truly unique home built to the couple’s needs and specifications. Just looking at the outside you know this has to be custom with its blend of textures, materials, and colors. Walk inside and you’ll find a two-bedroom home featuring a private gooseneck master and another loft bedroom accessible via storage steps. Plus, the amount of storage in this THOW is just incredible! Scroll through the pictures and get additional details and builder contact information below. Enjoy!
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Elise and Clara’s Amazing MitchCraft Gooseneck Tiny House on Wheels
Walking in the door to find the kitchen, loft bedroom, and living space.
Super fun blue cabinets and open shelving with branch supports.
This house fits in a large refrigerator, which I love.
Eating, working, and relaxing in this cozy nook.
I really love the living room underneath the loft.
From the living room looking at the rest of the house.
Great spot for houseplants with that large window.
Glad we zoomed in on those unique red knobs.
Wow! That’s a ton of storage in the kitchen. Spectacular.
Close-up of the secondary bedroom (and ceiling fan).
A very nice loft view. (Bathroom is behind the curtain).
And again, some spectacular storage in this little home!
I like how private the main bedroom is.
They even fit bedside tables in this master bedroom.
Extra space where you could store totes.
Just when you thought there couldn’t be any more storage.
Hang up shirts and sweaters right here.
Beautiful bathroom vanity with custom sink!
Shower and composting toilet. Good ventilation from what I see!
The detail work with the pennies might be my favorite part.
Tiny house from the back. Huge window!
Home sweet home for Clara and Elise!
This beautiful 31′ goose-neck tiny home was a collaboration between MitchCraft and the customer to build a completely unique home, combining different aesthetics and materials to create a one-of-a-kind look, while keeping the home completely functional and designed for full-time living. The home’s exterior is a custom fabricated panel siding, combined with cedar t&g alongside shou sugi ban burnt cedar chevron siding. The interior provides a more southwestern, natural, and rustic feel while keeping the space open and clean. Many unique and personal touches went into the design and construction, with an emphasis on overall storage and functionality. Enjoy!
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