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Kay’s 280 Sq. Ft. THOW Has an Amazing Bedroom & Closet!


The latest tiny house built by MitchCraft might just be the *perfect* tiny home. I’m not sure what it’s missing. Not only is there a bedroom you can stand up in, but the room also has a washer/dryer AND full closet space, so you can put your clothing away as soon as it’s dry.

Downstairs, there’s an L-shaped kitchen with a rounded table/counter for eating. The living room is both cozy and grand, with a bookshelf and two couches. There’s a storage/office/bonus loft. Oh, and the full bathroom looks like it came out of a spa! Seriously, this tiny house has it all. Let us know what you think in the comments.

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L-Shaped Kitchen, Full Bathroom & Tons of Living Space

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The color palette of this tiny home is amazing!

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View from the living room.

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Look how spacious the living room is!

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Skylights in the kitchen add lots of natural light.

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Four-burner cook top, with a convection oven underneath.

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That round bar area makes sure you don’t hit your hips on the pointy counter edges.

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Awesome cutting board over a trash can!

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I love the inclusion of a bookshelf.

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Yellow French doors welcome you inside.

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Steps to the bedroom have storage inside!

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A pocket door separates the spa-like bathroom.

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A rainfall shower head and beautiful sea green tiles.

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Mirror and basin sink.

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Time to soak in the tub.

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Little toilet corner.

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Broom closet. No wasted space.

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Up to the bedroom.

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Double bedside tables and lamps.

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The closet!

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Barn doors keep everything looking tidy.

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There’s so much clothing storage.

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View from the secondary loft.

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Pipe ladder up to that loft.

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What would you use this space for?

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Could be an office space or guest room.

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Cedar shakes and board and batten siding. Beautiful.

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What do you think?

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Details:

  • 29×10
  • $171,000 – 2022 Price
  • 380 sqft
  • Bedroom over gooseneck
  • Closet with washer/dryer
  • Hanging space
  • Soaking tub in large bathroom
  • Kitchen with all appliances
  • Rounded table/bar/counter
  • Built-in double sofas
  • Extra bonus loft

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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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  • Richard H Chapple Sr
    May 14, 2022, 1:35 pm

    Wow, creative chemistries came together so well on this model.
    This rang my bells to the best melody I have heard/viualized in quite a while.
    There have been so many good THOWS presented in my mailbox it would be difficult to
    choose one to live in but this THOW sure makes it an easy choice today.
    Amazing how much an additional 2′ width adds to a THOW.
    Excellent!!!

    • Sue Roberson
      June 20, 2022, 11:57 am

      Ditto!

  • Paula Brady
    May 14, 2022, 2:07 pm

    I’ve looked at hundreds of tiny home plans. Congrats, this is by far the best designed home I’ve seen. Great job, I archived it for when I’m ready.

  • May 14, 2022, 2:11 pm

    Fit and Finish PERFECT, also one of the best color schemes EVER. It is very rare when my only addition would be a Mini-split. Although being a senior has limitations as well as handicaps, I would live in this unit as having it delivered to a site is very easy today. All it would take is winning the Lotto. Although the degree of Craftmanship cries out to me wishing they could do a proof-of-concept on my latest “J” Wall design 1.5 bath with the 30% cost saving center wall plumbing. As builders go, these folks are going to the top of my list. As I only need 5′ more length and 2′ more width and all with one floor and no loft I almost wish for an estimate, but again there is that Lotto issue. Out of Senior on Social Security range. But in another decade at this rate, this will be all that is available to 225 million families in North America.

    • Richard H Chapple Sr
      June 20, 2022, 12:38 pm

      Hi Bill, your comment on a J wall made me remember a design used in a bi-level Stewart 1957 8′ wide by 45′ trailer I owned. It was built solid as a tank. All plumbing was accessible behind a small door in the kitchen to a room approx 2′ by 2′. One could stand in it and work on all plumbing for both bathrooms and kitchen plumbing. For its time it was a very fascinating trailer to me. It was equivalent to having an 8′ by 67′ trailer having a bath and a half and 3 bedrooms. I don’t know what a J wall is but as I mentioned it reminded me of this trailer. Even now at 81, a modern design similar to the Stewart and being 10′ wide is attractive to me such as this featured 10 by 29 model. I would have a problem with the access to the second loft now but I could figure something out. Stewart did have 10′ wide models also and were so interesting.

      • June 20, 2022, 1:03 pm

        Rich, I would like to see that unit you are speaking of. As for my work, it’s on http://www.tugboatwilly.com or on Facebook at 4Fathoms Designs and I am usually doing just single floor designs under 400 sqft. Most of what is on those two sites(and my current remodel project) is in my Book Series with Blurb Publishing as well.. Some older people like me still would rather hold a book than punch a key. But be aware, Blurb Publishing is CRAZY expensive for their books. Although they do offer less costly CD’s of books.

  • May 14, 2022, 3:00 pm

    I should clarify the Mini-Split. I can not tell if that is an air-to-air exchanger system by the sofa or a propane furnace..My Mini-Split has a heating function. And yes, I would add a dishwasher and Induction cooktop for Seniors. I might also incorporate a 1/2 bath stack W/D room in the area of the master bedroom corner.

    • James D.
      May 14, 2022, 6:46 pm

      Confirming … Mini-split is over kitchen, opposite entrance… Air exchanger also over kitchen, by open loft… And in that corner is heater…

      • Marsha Cowan
        May 15, 2022, 7:58 am

        Thanks, James! I never noticed those things. Good design work, huh?

        • James D.
          May 15, 2022, 9:02 am

          Yes, quite…

    • May 15, 2022, 5:47 pm

      Is it just me James or am I getting a great Coastal Vibe in this unit? I really think the additions would be minor and very doable to this design even leaving off the loft expense. That would allow a giant viewing window to watch the waves and soaring Pelicans….

      • James D.
        May 16, 2022, 12:26 am

        Yes, great potential for great views.

  • David Pedersen
    May 14, 2022, 3:15 pm

    I really like the colours of this tiny house. There is a balanced amount of unpainted wood. And I am crazy about the green metro tiles in the bathroom. It is light and airy. And good craftsmanship. I really like this house. For once there is nothing I would change.

    • Marsha Cowan
      May 15, 2022, 7:59 am

      I’m with you, David. This house is incredibly beautiful and very cleverly designed.

  • Donald L Bons
    May 14, 2022, 3:46 pm

    Great use of design effect to give the feeling of spaciousness. Really like the design. Love the color choices as well. I could live in this one very easily.

  • May 14, 2022, 4:31 pm

    I love the colors, the tile, the light! I could forgo a tub, and perhaps put a small washer-dryer combo in the bathroom instead. Personally, I’m not a soaker. No dishwasher for me, maybe another cabinet or two in kitchen. Love It!!!!

  • Kathy
    May 14, 2022, 5:14 pm

    With tax, transport and setup, nearly $200,000. Plus land or lot rental. That says it all.

    • Vickie
      May 14, 2022, 7:10 pm

      Without a doubt, the price was the killer. I know, I know……there ARE people that can afford it.. Just not me or a lot of other seniors. Beautiful home though

  • Marsha Cowan
    May 15, 2022, 8:19 am

    Hmmm. . .what do we seniors on fixed income need in a tiny house to make it really comfortable, functional, easy maintenance, very affordable, and still lovely? I realize I have lived in a somewhat primitive (but comfortable) level in my tiny houses for the past ten years, but they have never cost me more than $4500 to build, and practically nothing for utilities. Even in the RV courts at which I have lived, the managers have often reduced my rent because I didn’t make a dent on the meters. Lol! However, I think I will try to design an affordable tiny house with the amenities most people desire for a price affordable to those on fixed incomes. Grant you, prices are so high now that it may not be possible. That being said, this is a lovely and cleverly designed home, and though it may not be affordable to most, it is affordable to some. We all have worked hard for our money, and whether we have much or little, we have the right to spend it on whatever brings joy to our lives.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      May 16, 2022, 6:24 am

      No doubt this is “extra” for sure. A lot of the finishing touches in here are gorgeous, but luxuries and hardly necessary for a comfortable life. I’m sure those tiles alone cost 4x or more what a simple one-piece surround might cost! That said, it’s lovely to look at!

  • vee
    May 15, 2022, 11:15 am

    Oh my! This is sooooo pretty — has everything. Love the full bathroom with gorgeous tiles,
    the generous closets and storage — the spare bedroom/office? It even has a broom closet!!
    The only thing I would change is the pipe railings — otherwise I would take this one in a heart-beat!!!

  • Laila
    May 15, 2022, 4:09 pm

    Fabulous! Love everything about this model. very well done, and love that the closet is done at a half up level so you get the full height to stand in and get changed. The washer and dryer up there also is key as to being able to put away your clothing right after washing! Bravo! And I especially love the backsplash tiles in the kitchen and those dreamy tiles in the bathroom!

  • Eric
    May 15, 2022, 4:25 pm

    Seldom does a tiny home bring together all the sum of its parts and kills it. Absolutely amazing colour, layout, utilities… hell, everything. Now if we could just build these in New Zealand. If only…

  • June 20, 2022, 1:14 pm

    Yes, Kathy, It’s not like you can pick up a used 10′ wide just anywhere to remodel to save some bucks like I am doing with my Park Model here in the Old Pueblo. I was going to Market it at $39K when complete but that was 2019. Today prices here are in the $112K range for these units and usually, they sell in a week. Besides not many want a remodel of the Industrial Loft look.

  • Kathryn Grable
    June 25, 2022, 1:14 pm

    I love the house, but $171,000??? For a tiny house? That’s not what the original idea was when these came out. It was to SAVE people money. Ridiculous.

    • Claude
      June 25, 2022, 5:55 pm

      Fully agree with you on that premise.

    • James D.
      June 25, 2022, 10:52 pm

      Respectfully, no, it’s just how it actually works. People don’t all want the exact same home or will have the exact same needs or expect to get the same things out of it. So the cost will always depend on the owner, their specific situation, their specific needs and preferences, etc.

      Simply put, this home wasn’t made for you and saving money is relative to what it would have otherwise cost the owner to get what they wanted. It’s a misconception that saving money automatically means it becomes affordable to everyone. Tiny Houses were never a magic solution, just a way to gain more control by eliminating what you don’t need and prioritizing what you do but how that turns out can still be very different from one person to the next. Some people’s needs and preferences will just cost more than others…

      While there’s also many different ways to save money, like long term costs can add up to multiple times the purchase cost of the home. So designing a home that reduces those long term costs can be what the owner prioritizes instead of the one time purchase cost. Or they may design the home so they have the lifestyle they want that they may otherwise not have or would cost them more to obtain.

      Among other considerations like people also prioritize their health, someone who is chemically sensitive is not going to settle for a home that will make them sick for example, or they may want to be more sustainable, environmentally friendly, or they want a home that feeds their soul and anything else would be suffering for them, etc.

      There’s lots of reasons people would choose alternatives like tiny living but the real point is it’s suppose to be your choice, not someone else’s. The whole point is to gain more control over your life so you can optimize it to better achieve your goals and not give that control to someone else or expect it to be just given to you. The people who have achieved the lowest costs for their homes are the one’s who took matters into their own hands and made it happen… It’s not a competition, it’s freedom and making the right choices for yourself to find what’s appropriate to your specific situation and life…

    • James D.
      June 26, 2022, 3:00 am

      “Katheryn – Um… that doesn’t even make sense. My whole point is that house is NOT worth $171,000. No tiny house is.”

      Again, respectfully, no, unless you think people’s lives don’t matter that’s absolutely not something you can determine for someone else. The point was never for people to sacrifice what mattered to them and suffer just so the price would be agreeable to you!

      Understand, this is someone else’s life you’re trying to dictate and not your own. So what’s it’s worth is entirely dependent on the effect on the owner’s life and what they value, with what it actually cost to provide that to them!

      Seriously, would you want other people to tell you how to live your life? What you should and shouldn’t care about? Are you going to suffer just to make other people happy when you don’t have to?… How was that ever part of the movement or in any way contributing to allowing people to improve their lives?

      While why repeat the mistakes of the existing housing market. Part of the reason it’s messed up and failing so many people is not just because of the high costs but because it tries to make everyone conform, it punishes diversity and individuality, and promotes people becoming anti-social and dehumanizing our existence. Along with producing a lot of waste that has contributed to creating higher prices. Thus why so many people are looking for alternatives, even those who can still afford the existing housing options because they don’t want to live like that anymore and want to actually focus on what’s important in their lives.

      So what doesn’t make sense is ignoring people’s diversity, individuality, and what matters to their life because otherwise you’re just saying they don’t matter and telling them that if they can’t do it for a set price then tough, they’ll just have to suffer!

      Understand, the only way you’re going to eliminate reasons for different prices is to eliminate freedom, ignore diversity and individuality, and make nothing else matter but the price regardless of how it effects people’s lives… Can you honestly say that makes sense and everything I’ve pointed out doesn’t make sense?

      Just stop making other people’s choices about you, you’re free to make your own choices and people really only have to justify their choices to themselves because it’s their life and no one else’s!

  • Beverley. Collins
    June 25, 2022, 4:52 pm

    I like this can it be done in a 12 ft wide ?.

  • Kathryn
    June 26, 2022, 1:03 am

    Um… that doesn’t even make sense. My whole point is that house is NOT worth $171,000. No tiny house is.

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