If you’re looking for a new favorite tiny home on wheels, this one by MitchCraft Tiny Homes in Fort Collins, Colorado might be it!
I think you’ll probably agree that it would be a pleasure to live in. It’s an amazing, one-of-a-kind tiny cottage built on an 18′ utility trailer set up with a permanent deck. When you go inside, you’ll find a cozy living arrangement with a downstairs reading nook that doubles as a bedroom, an additional upstairs sleeping loft, a classic woodburning fireplace under the staircase ladder, a dining booth, a full kitchen, and a bathroom with exposed pipes.
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Incredible MitchCraft Tiny Home Built on an 18′ Trailer that will Amaze You…
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The moment you walk in, you’re in the kitchen, which I like.
Straight ahead is the dining area.
Access to the upstairs loft. Fireplace below.
Open shelving in the kitchen. And yes, there’s a tiny little bedroom nook.
Stepping inside the tiny room/nook, there are two windows, lights, a cozy bench, and built-in bookshelves.
What a cool place to read and relax!
It can also convert into a bed which is wonderful.
Right by the fireplace, there’s some extra storage, too.
How do you like this Mitchcraft tiny house floor plan?
Where do you store clothes in a tiny house? This photo may answer that question… The loft can be an option. Some may even choose to use that downstairs nook as a walk-in closet.
Inside the bathroom. Yes, that’s what was in that door. You can also see the hanging pots in the kitchen from here, hehe.
I really like the one of a kind sinks like this.
Built-in storage on the wall.
There’s a window in here and exposed copper water pipes. Does this bother you or do you like it?
The toilet area. Looks like a composting setup.
Here’s a good look at the kitchen. Lots of storage!
There’s a combination of open shelving and closed cabinets.
And of course the hanging pots and pans. Always a good idea in a tiny house.
Overhead storage just above the kitchen sink area. This is handy!
Look at how the cabinets work. They’re like drawers.
A one of a kind tiny house kitchen. I love it!
You can still have all the things you need in a tiny house kitchen.
I love the natural wood because it connects you to nature, and makes you feel sort of like you are in a tree house or at least a cabin.
Doing the dishes with a view, thanks to the nicely placed window.
Oven, magnetic storage, and built-in stove top.
Overhead view of the kitchen from the main loft.
So what do you think of this kitchen?
There’s a flip-up countertop in the kitchen to give you more workspace, and flips-down when it’s time to sit and eat.
The tiny house loft with windows, lights, and built-in storage.
They added a deck, too, which really adds a lot.
The tiny house all hooked up to water and power.
It’s so nice to have a little bit of cover of your front door.
Rocking chair on the deck of the tiny house, how classic!
Lighting on the exterior of the tiny house, in case any systems need to be checked.
Green metal roofing.
Tiny house overhang.
Lucky couple’s beautiful tiny home.
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