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Fancy Tiny House With Bedroom And Wardrobes


This is Indigo River Tiny Home’s fanciest model yet — a 39-foot gooseneck THOW complete with two storage lofts, a living room gooseneck, and a ground-floor bedroom with built-in wardrobes. The owners added tons of upgrades to make this a truly luxurious tiny home.

Especially in tiny homes, the kitchens and living rooms tend to be one large space. What do you think of separating them?

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Modern And Sleek Gooseneck Tiny House by Indigo River Tiny Homes

The gooseneck area serves as a living room.

Handy flip-down desk for working from home.

Huge windows really bring the outdoors in.

The main door takes you into the kitchen space.

Super moody bathroom. Love it!

Really interesting storage on the left.

From the kitchen you enter the first-floor bedroom.

Wardrobes for clothes and linens line the entryway.

The TV folds down when needed.

Just enough space to walk around the bed.

But wait! There’s more.

A “crawl-in” closet!

Brightly lit with soft carpet for your knees.

The kitchen even has a drawer dishwasher.

Sliding doors with frosted glass separate the bathroom and bedroom.

Details:

  • Standard Features Include:
  • Smartcore Ultra waterproof vinyl plank flooring
  • LED lighting throughout the home – flush mount lights in the ceiling & exterior “porch” light
  • Birch Plywood Interior Walls
  • Apartment-Size Refrigerator
  • Storage Staircase
  • Full -Size Flush Toilet
  • Ventilation fans in bath & kitchen
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Standard RV Hook-ups for water, sewage & 50 amp electrical
  • Single Slope Steel Roof
  • Mini-Split A/C + Heat Pump
  • Spray foam insulation: R-19 in the floor & R-13 in the walls & ceiling
  • ​Structural OSB sheathing
  • Windows come with Low-e & Argon Gas
  • 4 Built-In Stabilizing Jacks (NOT scissor jacks) & 4 Built-In D-rings for ease of anchoring
  • Built to ANSI A119.5 standards & RVIA Certified
  • Upgrades include:
  • Custom Tiny House Trailer – Triple Axle Gooseneck with built in features for extra strength, durability and a firm foundation – rated for 21k lbs.
  • Extra Large Window Package with Upgraded Black Frames
  • Custom Designed Metal Exterior
  • Full-Light Door
  • Interior Paint
  • Custom Kitchen Cabinets
  • 4 Burner Propane Stove
  • 24″ Propane Oven
  • Stainless Steel Countertops + Undermount Sink
  • Drawer Dishwasher
  • Tile Walls throughout the Bathroom
  • Luxury Vinyl Bathroom Floor
  • Extra Large Shower with Glass Doors & Stone Work
  • Upgraded Shower Head
  • Extra Large Vanity + Vessel Sink
  • Lighted Mirror with Fog Prevention Setting
  • Custom Laundry Cove & Hook-Ups for combo Washer/Dryer
  • Custom Bathroom Storage & Hidden Hamper
  • Custom Pocket Door for Bath
  • Tankless Hot Water Heater
  • Faux Brick Interior Walls in the Kitchen & Bedroom
  • Pop-up Storage Bed Platform
  • Wall Sconces for Reading Lights by the Bed
  • Custom His/Hers Wardrobes
  • Custom Barn Door for Bedroom
  • TV’s installed in Bedroom & Living Room
  • 2 crawl-in storages lofts with Custom Cabinetry
  • Custom-Built Fold Up Desk in Living Room
  • Electric Fireplace
  • Second Mini-Split Unit for Dual-Zone Climate Control
  • Custom Utility Closet
  • Volstruct Metal Framing

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Juan C Rosario
    December 17, 2021, 2:05 pm

    Ok so I want this tiny house now!! And I am not joking either.

    • Alex
      December 19, 2021, 12:59 pm

      Hi Juan, if you want to move forward with the purchase of one of these, just get in touch with Indigo River Tiny Homes. Their info is over here: https://www.indigorivertinyhomes.com/contact

      • RV NUT
        December 23, 2021, 11:20 am

        Hi,
        Thanks Alex, I will reach out and see but so far everyone has a year time-frame wait or more and I wanted it sooner than that. Also, prices are way up there because of everything that is going on.

  • Sherry
    December 17, 2021, 6:04 pm

    Why do designers and builders think that all bathrooms and kitchens must be dark and dreary and dull. What ever happened to the colors of the rainbow, you do not see black, gray or white in a rainbow. I think all these people in the design world are stuck in a box and afraid to come out and see that a pretty soft yellow in a kitchen is really nice and welcoming..LOL

    • vee
      December 17, 2021, 6:17 pm

      I understand why folks would prefer more color rather than the Black, Grey and
      White that is prevalent. I personally like the idea of basic white with pops of color added by using art work, pillows, plants and art objects. That way, one can change the color landscape without needing to paint interior walls.

    • James D.
      December 18, 2021, 3:32 pm

      Design world? This is a custom build, so it’s the client/owner that chose the colors, layout, etc…

      Shouldn’t blame builders for other people’s preferences…

    • Eric
      January 29, 2022, 3:40 am

      No you don’t… but people don’t like to see grime or scum on the walls. That is probably why they tend to use those colours. Just my 2 cents worth.

  • Sherry
    December 18, 2021, 10:20 pm

    Your right and my mistake. Many times for a decade now all I see in the design world is Gray…..I once saw a room, top to bottom gray, floors, walls, curtains, furniture, everything gray, even the dishes on the table with a cake in gray icing with a pink rose on top………disgusting in my opinion. Walking down my street, I can pick out how many gray cars there are and people wearing gray all the time, no colors, just boring dull gray. I love colors, give me the rainbow, it is filled with happiness and love and bright and beautiful……..People have become sheeples, follow the sheep all because someone else (who are these someone elses by the way) tells them gray is the most popular color out there………no minds of their own. I feel sorry for them, me, I rock the boat and step outside the box and do my own thing all the time and never wear gray or have it in my home……love having a mind of my own and doing my own thing without listening to *someone else*.

    • James D.
      December 18, 2021, 11:54 pm

      Yes, the push for conformity is very strong in our society right now and causing all sorts of issues. Doesn’t help it’s basically institutionalized from schools to media and government. Allowing examples like HOA’s to impose a lot of restrictions on home owners and pushing the mind set that being different or strange is automatically bad and even dangerous…

      Stifling creativity, inventiveness, and individuality… But examples like the Tiny House movement, as a whole, is a rebellion against that trend… Albeit it can seem two step back for every step forward as fighting that institutionalization of conformity mindset is an ever vigilant and ongoing struggle…

    • Natalie C. McKee
      December 20, 2021, 12:57 pm

      I confess that the grey trend is wearing me out as well! But I think it is on its way out. Even Chip and Joanna Gaines painted their cabinets green!

  • Joyce Rader
    December 19, 2021, 7:25 am

    Yes this home was specifically designed for a person who either thrives on luxury or enjoy letting others know they have the means to pay for such luxury. An example of “have and have more”.

    I am not against the wide variety of design and color variations. It is available for individual choice or preference. We do need t be careful this website remains true to it’s readers by continuing to show all realms of construction from non-skilled to professionals and those struggling financially to the wealthy.
    Otherwise this site may become biased and draw fewer followers.

    Many posters are great for offering tips on “how to do certain asks”, “where the design or materials came from”, and why they chose this style of living. This info helps others to choose for their self what can work for them.

    • e.a.f.
      December 20, 2021, 6:42 pm

      Wanting to live in a “tiny” home doesn’t always have everything to do with how much money you have or showing it off. Some times as people age, they just want smaller but with fine finishes and when something is small, it doesn’t cost a lot for fine finishes. Its a matter of taste. I don’t like marble, granite, etc. for counters, its Arborite for me all the way, but I’ll spend money on a drawer dishwasher every time.

      I understand you not wanting the website to wander too far from its origins but if small living is going to help have us make a sustainable world, we are going to have to show people they can have all the luxury they want in a small space and you don’t have to have house cleaners come in to take care of it.

      many people don’t want to live in condos or townhouses, we want a free standing house but we dont’ want all the space a traditional home offers–too much to clean, uses too many resources, energy, etc. Fortunately I live in a city where there is no min, on size house you build on your property. Buy a city lot, build a small/tiny house, and add the touches you’ve always wanted. One of the nice things about a tiny house is you can upgrade your house without spending a lot of money, which you would do in a large house. Want a specific type of flooring which costs a bundle? In a large home it might be out of the question. In a tiny house, would work without busting the budget. People live in tiny houses for all sorts of reasons. In our city there are still a few tiny houses built over a hundred years ago for coal miners. Sometimes people could afford a “fancy” wood stove, sometimes not so much.

    • Juli Wilhite
      December 29, 2021, 1:29 pm

      I am the owner and designer of this house. I love Modern clean lines and the flexibility to have any color I want in my house at any time. Currently my bedroom is has purple accents and the Kitchen has Turquoise. Comments are certainly interesting….

      • Jenny Swanson
        January 2, 2022, 12:32 pm

        Juli, I am in awe of your home! I absolutely LOVE it, from top to bottom! I’ve been looking at tiny houses for MANY years, dreaming of the day that I can finally afford one, and your’s has just become my favorite. The bathroom is perfection because it looks so sleek and relaxing! I can even imagine myself taking a hot shower before bed in that bathroom. Haha. You did a fantastic job, and I must say that I’m incredibly envious that you get to live in that beautiful home. Great work!

        • Juli Wilhite
          January 4, 2022, 1:09 pm

          Thank you! I absolutely love my shower. It is designed after a spa in Indonesia in the lava rich country. We built this to be our forever home so we went all out! I have been in my house almost a year and still love every bit of it!!!! I also love Tiny House/RV living. The community is so rich and rewarding. Many blessings to you!

      • Teresa
        January 28, 2022, 7:31 pm

        Perfection! Nice finishes

  • e.a.f.
    December 20, 2021, 6:28 pm

    Loved it! The dishwasher draw is amazing. My past two kitchens have had them installed. They save space, hold a lot of stuff, use little water and gives you room for a drawer underneath it. They aren’t cheap, but the don’t break down and friends have had theirs for over 15 years.
    Having a bedroom of the first floor is great especially for those of us who are aging baby boomers or have mobility issues.

    I’ll put this one on save.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      December 21, 2021, 6:39 am

      Wow that’s great to know about those dishwashers!

  • Mathias Standaert
    December 24, 2021, 7:29 am

    Can someone give me the dimensions?
    I’d like to try and make something like this in Google Sketchup.
    Thanks!

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