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!
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.
Four-burner stove top 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 composting toilet, shower and sink.
This bowl sink is too cute! Love the mirror, as well.
Amazing rain water 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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