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Flower Farmer’s Modern Tiny House With A Bedroom

This is a 374-sq.-ft. modern Payette tiny house on wheels built for a flower farmer in Petaluma, California.

It was custom-built by Tru Form Tiny Houses. Take a look, learn more, and let us know what you think of this tiny home in the comments below.

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Modern 28-ft. Payette Tiny House Built For A Flower Farmer in California

Flower Farmer's 28-ft. Tru Form Tiny House With A Bedroom!

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This gorgeous tiny house features dual lofts plus a main level bedroom.

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The main loft is easy to access with the staircase.

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View of the dining, kitchen, and living area from the loft. Bedroom door closed!

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The bathroom is tucked right under the main loft.

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Everything fits nicely, including the combo washer and dryer unit.

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  • Dual lofts
  • 374-sq.-ft.
  • Built for a flower farmer in Petaluma, California
  • Natural wood butcher block countertops
  • Custom all hickory wood stairs
  • Natural wood modern trim
  • Hickory flooring
  • All-white wood walls and ceilings
  • Modern bohemian feel
  • Varying shades of green throughout
  • Circular accents
  • Space saving drop-down dining table
  • Custom-built hydraulic bed with storage

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  • Maggie
    September 10, 2021, 2:30 pm

    It didn’t day in the captions, but the bed in the downstairs bedroom must be the hydraulic bed, and that’s how you access the bottom drawers of that little dresser. 😉

    September 10, 2021, 5:37 pm

    Serendipity? I’m floored! This is gorgeous…Wowzah! I’m shopping right now on Connox for this exact look for my Modern Country FarmHouse Cottage on Wheels….But this: This is a beautiful Scandinavian Farm Castle! My eyes are a’popping and my jaw is on the floor! Just Marvelous! Nuff said!

  • Bruce Thompson
    September 10, 2021, 5:54 pm

    Can you please give me an approximate cost of this unit.

    September 10, 2021, 6:07 pm

    With that kind of Expert Craftmanship it’s probably around $1500 a SQ FT…add in the Scandinavian furnishings and I would say between 600,000 and 750,000 Dollars US that’s my guess….anymore guesstimates?

    Oh, BTW Bravo Tru Form Tiny Houses….I’ve dropped the mic and I’m out…No more words from me or are any needed….Just BRAVO!

    September 10, 2021, 6:44 pm

    So I’ve been doin’ some lookin’ about the math side of things…I can’t or won’t say any more about the design side as I have no more words…
    A Payette model from Tru Form Tiny Houses start at $79,900….but Tru Form has so many architectural add-ons and custom work options it makes one’s head spin and their mouths drool….(mine did…lol)
    So I’m standing firm on my guestimate….any more takers?
    Oh, Tru Form said they would give you one if you guess right….kidding, jeez…lol

    • James D.
      September 10, 2021, 9:55 pm

      Costs can certainly snowball, about just previous to this build they did a 374-square-foot Urban style Payette, which the homeowner worked with their designer and ended up spending more than $30,000 on furniture and finishing touches to produce a modern bohemian style home… Along with other things they opted for and all in it came to just over $200K…

      However, I would put the price of this one below that one…

    September 10, 2021, 6:56 pm

    I will say one last thing then I’m gonna shut up….
    I’m “borrowing” some of the design ideas and purchasing some of the same furniture I just saw on Connox.
    I sure am in the Twilight Zone today.
    No, it’s purely Serendipital! (That’s my word, leave me alone….lol)

    • Natalie C. McKee
      September 12, 2021, 6:53 am

      That’s an awesome word haha!

  • Stephan of Arkansas
    September 23, 2021, 9:12 pm

    Lovely tiny house. The white color plus natural wood design makes it light and happy. My comments/questions follow, and I would be grateful for serious answers from experienced readers:
    1. The bed has only a few inches on one side (the side viewable in the photo). Is that bed hell to make/change sheets or not? In my experience of 72 years, a bed without at least 12 inches of free walkable space on each side is hell to make.
    2. The combo washer/dryer: does it work satisfactorily or not? Friends of mine had one in their apartment in HongKong, and they absolutely HATED it, saying that the full cycle took forever and the newly washed things never came out dry. Has anyone had real experience with these machines?
    Your experienced comments please.
    These comments/questions are respectfully submitted. Stephan of Arkansas

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