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Movable Roots Lindstrom Model With Murphy Bed


I think you’re going to love the layout of the Lindstrom model from Movable Roots: Not only does it include a downstairs bedroom, this one has a Murphy bed that doubles as a table during the daytime! Hide-away beds aren’t utilized enough in tiny home building, but they really help maximize space.

The home also has a galley kitchen, secondary loft over the full bathroom, and room for a *real* comfortable couch. Sliding barn doors close the bedroom off from the rest of the 28-foot house, and it has tall cabinets perfect for hanging storage.

This model starts at $94,999, and you can contact Movable Roots here for more details.

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28-Foot Lindstrom Model with Downstairs Bedroom

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They added some handy exterior storage here in the front.

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Large windows let in plenty of light.

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Quartz counter tops in the kitchen.

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They even fit in a mini-dishwasher in this tiny kitchen.

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There’s a two-burner stove top and full fridge/freezer.

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The view from the loft bedroom/storage loft.

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No bench couch in this model!

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Love this flip-up counter for more space to spread out!

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Two tall storage cabinets flank the bedroom doors.

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There’s also a washer/dryer unit.

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The ladder pulls out for easy access to the second loft.

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What would you use this loft for?

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View inside the bedroom.

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When the bed is up, you have a table or desk.

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And when it’s down, you have a comfy place to sleep.

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I feel like I’d put lots of plants on top of these cabinets!

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The bathroom has lots of counter space and a flush toilet.

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And a glorious walk-in tiled shower.

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Highlights:

  • Custom build
  • 28’ Movable Roots purpose built trailer
  • Ultra-modern
  • 270 square feet of space
  • Main floor master Murphy bed
  • Secondary loft
  • Wood barn doors
  • Quartz countertops
  • Walk-in shower with tile accents
  • Starting Price: 94,999

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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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  • Marcia
    August 17, 2020, 3:17 pm

    maybe it’s just me, but I don’t think I would want to recline my feet into the kitchen sink…

  • James D.
    August 18, 2020, 2:11 am

    @Marcia – You wouldn’t be able to unless you were about 8 to 9 feet tall… Otherwise, the only issue is no one can walk by while someone is reclining…

  • D. Pedersen
    August 18, 2020, 2:17 am

    That big ugly recliner needs to go. It does not fit the room and is bad taste – seriously, it is something for a an typical bad taste man cave.

    And it might be a good idea to get a combination washer/dryer instead of that bulgy tower. It will only take up half the space and leave room for shelves over the machine.

    • RvNut
      June 30, 2021, 2:41 pm

      I am a man and I think that they are ugly and bulky! And why in the world would you put them in the kitchen??
      Nope thanks

  • D. Pedersen
    August 18, 2020, 2:19 am

    I honestly do not understand why you would put such a washing “tower” in a tiny house. It is really waste of space.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      August 18, 2020, 1:32 pm

      I will say I had a combo washer/dryer unit in a flat in Scotland. It never dried the clothes and drove me batty haha. I’m sure there are better models out there, but I’d probably sacrifice the space in a tiny to be able to dry clothes properly.

    • Marcy
      January 17, 2021, 12:47 pm

      I’ve had a washer/dryer combo like that and they do not take up lots of room. I would much prefer this to those big combo things.

  • James D.
    August 18, 2020, 2:44 am

    @D. Pedersen – The recliner is called a loveseat and it’s actually a popular piece of furniture and can have many built in features like massager, heating, etc.

    While there are trade offs to a combo washer/dryer that not everyone cares for and thus they will choose the tower or separate washer and dryer even if it means losing some space because they care more about functionality and what’s practical for their needs.

    It’s all custom, though, so you’re free to choose completely different furniture and appliances… This builder does nearly everything custom, even fabricating their own trailers… You’re pretty much missing the point with custom built products if you waste time criticizing other people’s choices and besides they can just say the same about your choices… No one style works for everyone!

    • Robyn
      January 18, 2021, 1:16 am

      I’m with D. Pedersen on that what you are calling love seat. Totally out of character for this home.
      Yikes why would you show that in a house you want to sell? Kringe – sorry.
      Put in something sleek for the photo shoot. This home is obviously not lived in yet.

      • James D.
        January 18, 2021, 4:21 pm

        @Robyn – That’s fine, personal preferences is personal preference. Just because something is wildly popular by the masses, they’re in millions of homes and RV’s, doesn’t mean you have to like it too.

        Besides, it sold, they’re just a custom builder and this is one of the models they can build for a client, with whatever changes the next client wants…

  • Suzanne
    August 18, 2020, 2:31 pm

    My least favorite tiny house out of thousands, especially at that price. By the time you put a decent mattress in the loft, your nose will be touching the ceiling and never mind sitting up in bed to read a book. Also, I don’t consider a loveseat in the kitchen to be a living area. I wouldn’t want to live in this at any price.

  • James D.
    August 18, 2020, 7:03 pm

    @Suzanne – It has a bedroom, you don’t need to sleep in the loft or even use it… While they’re a custom builder, so just about everything can be changed or even completely changed if there’s nothing about it you like… That’s what you would be actually paying for, the ability to have it exactly how you prefer it to the last detail… Not taking it as it is, which is just how someone else preferred it…

  • Eric
    August 18, 2020, 11:33 pm

    That’s not what we’d call a love seat in New Zealand… this is what we’d call a love seat.

    https://www.interiordesignonline.co.nz/sofas/4623-obliquity-red-wine-velvet-love-seat.html

    and yes YMMV…

  • Alison
    August 18, 2020, 11:58 pm

    Too many lines—the white boards running the long way on the ceiling, and horizontally on the walls—makes me dizzy. I need a window over or very near my kitchen sink. This is not the house for me, but I do think their Murphy bed room has the potential to be a good way to use space.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      August 19, 2020, 12:43 pm

      Yes I think the Murphy bed is the best feature of this home.

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