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Family’s Rocky Mountain Tiny House by Tiny Heirloom


This is the Rocky Mountain Tiny House on Wheels.

It’s designed by Tiny Heirloom in Portland, Oregon.

This tiny is now a family’s tiny vacation home in Colorado.

Notice how the second sleeping loft is split for two kids.

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  • Very very nice….!

  • Avatar Jim

    Really like this one!

  • Avatar Abi

    Absolutely love it! Wouldn’t change a thing. well maybe a perspex barrier along the edge of the bedroom on the left to make that night time scramble on all fours to the stair a little safer. Absolutely love the open look though. I want this one please! We actually planned to do the split loft for a while but in a shed/cabin, with our queen bed and a small child’s bed on the other side of the partition. Then I altered the plan to be a downstairs convert to a bedroom for us two oldies and a closed off loft room above that for my daughter. Love this one though I’m sure it was a pretty costly one.

    • Avatar Jody

      This was featured on tiny house nation. 🙂

    • Yes, yes, yes! Please put SOME kind of barrier/railing on lofts! I’ve lived tiny for 8 years. Railings keep people, pets, and stuff from falling out of lofts!

  • Avatar Kim W

    Lovely! Room for all the family, provided they are fit! Some sort of railing/barrier to stop sleepy people falling out of the lofts would be good, though! I nearly rolled out of a top bunk bed on to a concrete floor when I was a teenager, so have always erred on the side of safety when our children slept in bunk beds.

  • Avatar ROSEE

    Yes, yes, yes! Absolutely fabulous! I just love that every space has a dual purpose. Good job!

  • Avatar Alison

    I do not understand where the desk is located.

    • Avatar marcia

      I feel like it was the other side of the sink, along the same wall

    • Avatar Janne

      Could it be a long thin room running parallel to the bathroom… Toilet and shower on the right-hand wall, basin in the middle, desk to the left?

    • Avatar Janne

      No, on second look I now see it runs across the rear of the home, you can see the lamp on the desk through the open door in the picture of the exterior. The bathroom must be on the same side as the kitchen with a hallway running past it to the office.

    • Avatar Jody

      I just looked back 3-4 times and I couldn’t figure it out either. Across from the kitchen is the stairs so it can’t be there.

  • Avatar Trish Dee

    Great layout, nice home. I really like the divided loft space. The only thing I would change is the bookcase. I would raise it to celing height and lengthen it to the end of the beds which would give each area a little more privacy. I would also add another skylight which is missing over one of the beds. Other than that, it is very livable, bright, and airy. Nice job.

  • Avatar Jody

    This is really nice. I like the mix of materials on the outside. From the first pic it looks like there’s no way to get to that other bed, but I see the floor area extends. I like the double stairs to the lofts. The only thing I would do would be to put a privacy screen on the parent’s loft and or the kids too.

  • there is a warm quality to this house

  • Avatar Elizabeth Santiago Hernandez

    I LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS TINY HOME

  • Avatar Sandi B

    First I have to say I love the look and overall layout of this unit. I do have to ask, where on earth is there a place for clothes?? Perhaps they plan on putting this in a nudist colony. It is definitely lacking in storage — otherwise a great unit and I really do like the split loft

  • Avatar Rita Hampton

    Love the loft partition idea

  • Avatar Marsha Cowan

    Absolutely lovely! Beautiful and clever design and decorating.

  • Avatar Gloria M Moran

    Love it. Would like a railing so I don’t fall out of bed. I didn’t see the refrigerator. I’m going to take another look but overall, this would be perfect for me.

  • Avatar Susanne

    Yes, lovely! Add railing for safety…

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      Good idea! — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Avatar keepyourpower

    Still no hood over the stove. Grease will hit the wall. Maybe a backsplash would help. Need that venting!

  • Avatar Betty

    Nice.

  • Avatar Sheila Plourde

    Beautiful and love the partition by the two beds. Looks comfortable.

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