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The Every Tiny Moment Tiny House

This is the “Every Tiny Moment” tiny house.

It’s built by Brevard Tiny House Company in Brevard, North Carolina.

This tiny home is 8’x24′ and would cost you about $52,000 to buy.

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The Every Tiny Moment Tiny House

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  • Joanna Chanin August 5, 2016, 7:46 am

    I like it. I could live there.

  • Dawn August 5, 2016, 1:43 pm

    I noticed that the ceiling is lower where the landing is for the loft. What did they put under this lower ceiling? curious.

  • Dawn August 5, 2016, 1:52 pm

    Just looked at it super carefully, a couch would fit there nicely. :

  • Lea Johnson August 5, 2016, 2:21 pm

    Looks good to me! Can that tub be slightly bigger? Where is front door re kitchen? Costs how much? Dimensions please? How much $ to tow in SF Bay Area and what weight? Also can it be built on-site? Can toilet be flushable? I think I could live in this one.

  • Jaime August 5, 2016, 3:34 pm

    Wow…. now THIS one has some really interesting ways to use space. I love the cubby under the loft landing, and a decent sized bathroom. Also like the underfloor storage. This has serious potential.

    The only thing I DON’T see is any sort of a kitchen beyond the sink and the fridge. I am assuming that the cooking appliances are all portable types and are gotten out when needed, but it would have been nice to have a real range – even a small one.

    I think that if it were me, I’d make the thing about four feet longer and add the range and cabinetry to the kitchen – beyond that, there’s not a lot to dislike about this.

  • Large Marge August 5, 2016, 4:43 pm

    We’re trying to justify hallways and stairs in a Tiny Home. Nope, can’t do it.

    We like the stowable range and oven concept. Pull it out as needed, the rest of the time they tuck in a cabinet out of sight.

  • Rev August 5, 2016, 4:55 pm

    Curious. Two sinks two paces apart. Why stop there. You could easily fit another five or six. Be the talk of the town, beat out the old lady with the cats. See your picture in the paper, your name in Guinness. The possibilities are endless.

  • Marcia burdell August 5, 2016, 7:30 pm

    I love love one!

  • Susan August 6, 2016, 9:44 am

    Drab. Why are Americans allergic to color?

    The use of space is fatally flawed. The kitchen is way too big for the space. Most people spend more time sitting than cooking and space should be used to make more frequent activities comfortable. The space around the washer/dryer is wasted space. There’s wasted space by the refrigerator. A smaller refrigerator moved up to counter height would be free up space. The “tub” is only usable for midgets and the shower enclosure is twice its size. Measure twice works for space planning as well as carpentry.

    • Jaime August 6, 2016, 10:19 am

      We’ll have to agree to disagree there. The living space looks quite comfortable and cozy to me.

      The space around the washer is closet space – there’s a bar for hanging clothes in the top of it, and a shelf above. More shelving can also be easily added. Plus there’s room for a paired washer dryer if you prefer them to the combo unit shown (I do). Definitely NOT wasted space.

      As for the Kitchen – some of us DO enjoy cooking and want it to be a comfortable activity – and that requires a certain amount of space – stowable cooking equipment is nice, but it also requires places to store the gear when not in use – space that could be allocated to other things. That said, even if you DO use it, you still need room to set it up.

      Smaller fridges may be nice for those of you that don’t cook, but for those of us that do, we LIKE having enough space to keep ingredients for more than a day or two. I WOULD agree that the space by the fridge is not optimally used – but that can be solved with a pocket door for the bathroom and a cabinet above. The space alongside then could be used to store broom and mop and such.

      I will agree on your comment regarding the tub – I would have tiled that entire enclosure to make a shower/tub. It would be a lot more useable and would have taken no more room than what is there now.

      And as for colour… well, the paint store can’t be TOO far away, now can it?

  • Mary August 6, 2016, 8:46 pm

    i would make the bedroom DOWNSTAIRS, and make the upper loft less structured and more flexible, since you could sit on the landing and hang your feet over to use the loft as a workspace (more comfortable than sitting crosslegged for older bones.)

    run a queen mattress sideways and even move the stairs back 3′ and make the upper storage bookcase only standard one foot deep. This is one of my favorite tiny houses of all times…and I have seen plenty.

  • jm August 7, 2016, 2:44 pm

    Empty space is not always wasted space. You still need traffic patterns and room in which to get things done. Just think of the winter clothes nightmare when coming in from a blizzard. I like the double sink. Didn’t see a stove or oven. I’d use led bulbs for everything. Like the tub. I have a Fergie in my garage from a chiro reno I done years ago. They are actually quite spacious, ss lasts forever–they are also pretty expensive. But small is small. If you like a big kitchen and cook a lot–a tiny home is not for you. Same if you need a lot of storage, like standing up in your bedroom, like sitting in a recliner watching your big screen…

  • Michele August 7, 2016, 5:00 pm

    It’s nice to see a full refrigerator rather than an under counter beverage chiller. There are no cabinets in the kitchen so where do you put your stuff? I’m not a fan of the different levels because you’d always be going up and down the stairs. However, it’s different than most and that’s refreshing for a change.

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