Meet Eric and Oliver’s Cedar Mansion built by MitchCraft Tiny Homes in Fort Collins, Colorado.
The 33 ft. THOW was built on a 10 ft. wide gooseneck trailer and includes tons of space, including not one, but two, living rooms! Yet, in my eyes the kitchen steals the show: It’s spacious and perfect for entertaining, and I’ve never seen this much counter space in a tiny home. Plus the cabinets are the most beautiful shade of deep turquoise blue! Enjoy the pictures, and find additional details and contact information for MitchCraft below!
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Eric and Oliver’s Cedar Mansion by MitchCraft
Oh yes, I think I could live here quite happily!
Wow! Look at all the space inside this tiny home.
Looking from the living room loft on the rest of the home.
Amazing counter/table for a crowd. Brilliant!
I think you can seat at least six people here.
I’m so in love with these turquoise cabinets.
Storage steps with drawers are always a great idea.
First living room with bar seating and space for more furniture.
The details are great and you get to eat looking out on the house.
A blend of open and closed shelving makes for a fun vibe.
Handy washer-dryer unit tucked into the main staircase.
The burnt-orange door is quite striking. Love it.
Love the beadboard on the walls and this counter.
Even more storage in the main staircase. Awesome.
A Four-burner stovetop allows for cooking anything and everything.
Living Room #2 here. Look at all that lounging space!
And — you guessed it — more storage!
Built-in bookshelves for storing books and trinkets.
Looking from the living room to the rest of the home.
I’m always a fan of an adorable tiny wood-burning stove.
Loft bedroom with headroom, storage, and light!
Even more storage in the privacy wall.
Bathroom with a composting toilet, shower, and sink.
This bowl sink is too cute! Love the mirror, as well.
The amazing rainwater shower head screams “luxurious.”
Well, I’d say this house has it all!
This beautiful custom tiny home was built on an over-width 10′ trailer, providing a spacious feeling on the interior of the home. The home features all cedar siding, slate tile interior entryway and bathroom flooring, and cherry wood flooring throughout the rest of the home. Rustic touches combined with clean beautiful colors make this tiny house a true home. There are two distinct living spaces making the home feel even larger, with the large wrap-around kitchen being at the heart of the home. Completely custom built for this client’s lifestyle, this tiny home combines beauty with real-life functionality and space to live.
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There is so much to love in this THOW. The balance of wood and color, the extra width makes it feel homey and roomy, and the stairs are so much more practical than ladders.
I think I would use a curtain to close off the downstairs living room and make it my bedroom and use the loft for visiting grandkids. Other than that, it’s perfect.
That’s a great idea Nysha!
yes, I would do that too; same reaso.
I love eric and olivers cedar mansion by mitchceaft
U think one of the finest engineered for good usable space
I live in northern indiana how much would one exactly like this cost? What size truck would it take to move it? I would prefer to keep it parked on land
Hi Jackie — You should email MitchCraft Tiny Homes directly to ask 🙂 [email protected]
This is a lovely THOW. I love everything about it!
I’m so glad. I loved it too!
Interesting place to keep a gun: on the shelf above the door. Don’t break in!
Haha I was wondering if it was a heirloom or something…
It’s a traditional location for places like cabins, etc. as you can grab it on your way out and quickly put it away on the way in… but it doesn’t invite anyone who doesn’t know it’s there to touch it…
Mind, when living in the countryside that you do have to be prepared to deal with local animal predators like bears, possibly mountain lions, wolves, etc… and the nearest police officers may be hours away…
Agreed! Useful for those human predators, too!
While a very nice trailer it certainly doesn’t look 10′ wide on the inside.
I live in and love 10′ wide because it gives so much flexibility and you can have something on each side and still have good room in between.
This I bet is 8’6” or less wide.
According to MitchCraft, the home is 10 ft. wide. I don’t think they’d lie about it 🙂
Look at it closely with some things in the pics you know the size of like the bed, counters, etc excluding lens distortions.
Nope, it’s definitely 10 feet…
Mind, the stated dimensions are for the whole house from the exterior… Everything within those dimensions have to share that space, which means you subtract things like the walls from the width to get the actual usable width space…
Here’s one example… The washer dryer combo unit is around 2 feet… Taking up about half the width of the bathroom width, which means the bathroom is around 4 feet wide… Yet there’s still enough room for a L-shaped couch and a walkway…
Add the thickness of the exterior and interior walls and that’s clearly 10′ right there…
Ha! Nice bong you got there on the book shelf!
Eric & Oliver… I love your home! There’s such a nice balance of color and wood. I could see this as a perfect cabin in the woods. I am curious how you have handled the legal issues with transporting it due to the width?
What kind of wood stove is that? Very nice house, lots of living space. I wouldn’t want to see the washer/dryer all the time, but it could be camouflaged somehow.
It looks like a Morso 1430, A.K.A. Squirrel stove…
It’s a very efficient secondary burner/gasification wood burning stove that meets EPA efficiency requirements…
Yes James is right on the stove. And I think a spring rod and curtain could hide the washer/dryer quite well 🙂 That’s how I covered mine in an old apartment. It was kind of annoying because more than once I accidentally tore down the curtain, but it looked better!
This is so pretty, with just the right amount of color.
Nice….except for the toilet.😞 Need to flush everything awayyy. Lol
OMG!😍😍😍😍 It is so darn cute😮😵😍😍 the light airy feel to it! All the colors! I love it! I absolutely love it!
Somebody please oil and season that cast iron skillet!!
Love the inside apart from a few “little” things. I’d personally go for an induction cooktop, never, ever gas simply because of the fire factor. And I’d hide the extractor fan exhaust. How anybody could look at that and think its ok certainly befuddles me.
Externally however, most certainly not to my taste. At all. I’d have clean lines. But different tastes and the owner loves it, I suppose.
Now I wonder if my Suzuki Swift can handle it? LOL