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Heather’s 2-Bedroom Tiny Cabin on Wheels


I feel like it’s been awhile since we appreciated the “gooseneck” tiny house and all it has to offer. This awesome set-up is perfect for allowing a stand-up bedroom even if it isn’t on the ground floor. This great design by Mitchcraft Tiny Homes is no exception.

The lovely French doors open right up into the kitchen, which features a stylish Farmhouse sink, full stove/oven and larger refrigerator. Both bedrooms in the house are private, with a door and full wall. In the living room, the couch actually turns into another sleeping area.

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Two Totally-Private Bedrooms in this Rustic THOW

The wide paneling on the exterior looks awesome.

A ceiling fan is perfect to circulate heat/cool air.

 That’s the bathroom in the far left corner.

A very tall live-edge shelf!

The washer is right here in the kitchen.

The branch detail is a perfect touch.

Beams in the living room. So much character!

Couch in bed mode!

And there’s still storage. Awesome.

A secondary exit door.

I like the corner vanity. Clever.

Heather wanted a tub.

These steps lead to the gooseneck bedroom.

Built-in bedroom storage.

Twin bed and a flip-up desk.

Those are awesome huge drawers.

This is the loft bedroom.

Built-in storage up here as well.

This THOW has a shed-style roof.

Highlights:

  • 37′ gooseneck
  • Two bedrooms
  • Bathroom with tub
  • Living room with couch-to-bed
  • Two exits
  • Private loft bedroom
  • Private gooseneck bedroom
  • Composting Toilet
  • Washer in kitchen
  • Full-sized stove/oven
  • Farmhouse sink
  • Live-edge accents

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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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  • Brenda Foster
    September 26, 2021, 10:07 am

    The name matches the warm, wood glow of the unit, inside and out. Love to see wood on the exterior, really makes it unique and less like a modern gooseneck trailer. What a gorgeous work of art, with so many different woods, and grrrreat storage places. Nothing but nice things to say. I thought having a washer/dryer in the kitchen would not work, but I have a stack unit in my kitchen and sorry I did not think about it years ago. It saves time and steps, and can blend in nicely. The owner and designer should be overjoyed with the results. Everything was considered, but it still has room for personal additions, but I cannot think of any, it seems to have it all. Congratulations. Good job!
    Brenda

  • Mary L McGuirk
    September 26, 2021, 5:31 pm

    I like the sideways stairway, and the loft more in the middle, than the end. It is a fine THOW; very livable.

  • Marsha Cowan
    September 26, 2021, 7:32 pm

    Very pretty! The exterior is so elegant, and I love the interior design. The different wood hues makes it warm and cozy. Nicely done!

  • LargeMarge
    September 28, 2021, 12:24 am

    In olden times, drawers under a water-bed were known by the high-faluting title ‘Captains Chest’.
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    I still think those are a pretty good idea.

    • James D.
      September 28, 2021, 11:46 am

      Actually, not just a water-bed but any platform bed, or built in, with storage compartments, which can be any combination of drawers and shelves, underneath could be referred to as the Captain’s Bed, also known as “Chest Bed” or “Cabin Bed”. The storage compartments would just also be referred to as the Chest, thus Captain’s Chest could be one of many ways to refer to that storage.

      The name was just inspired in the really olden times by the space-saving bed designs featured on sailing ships and the fact that in those days the captain was basically the only one to have such a luxury, which integrated storage to make them more practical for the limited space. Rest of the crew slept on bunks and hammocks.

      The name just fell out of common use and confused with the general term “storage bed” but they’re not the same thing. The difference being a Captain’s Bed maximizes the available space for everyday storage, some even to the point the headboard, and/or foot board, would be a bookshelf, etc. While a storage bed can have either just a little storage or it may not be obvious it has storage, like a bed you have to lift to access the storage compartment, for long term storage you may not access regularly.

      Though, many furniture companies still refer to them as Captain’s Bed, Chests, etc. and you’ll also still find “Captain’s Bed” in the dictionary, “a bed consisting of a shallow box with drawers in the side and a mattress on top.”…

  • David Pedersen
    September 29, 2021, 9:42 am

    I do not get why people make cabinets and drawers, which could potentially give you splinters in the fingers.

    • James D.
      September 29, 2021, 2:07 pm

      That’s because they don’t, you can easily make a rough looking surface smooth to the touch…

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