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Have you ever considered utilizing an elevator bed for your tiny house?

In this post, TruForm Tiny is giving us 4 reasons why elevator beds make a tiny home better.


4 Reasons Why Elevator Beds Help a Tiny Home

Elevator Beds in TIny Homes

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Today you are in for a huge treat: This Open Concept Modern Tiny House with an Elevator Bed. The home, designed and built in Alaska by Ana White, would be amazing simply because of the $500 DIY elevator bed she created which solves the “loft problem” — but it gets better! The house is packed full of DIY, multi-purpose furniture pieces that often do two, three — even four — different things. There’s even a hidden washer/dryer combo unit!

If you are building your own tiny house it’s well worth the time to watch the video below to learn from Anna’s brilliance. Because of her rural Alaskan location, most things were built from items you can find at the hardware store. This might be the most creative tiny house we’ve shown you to date! Plus, you can get the free plans for the storage/chair cubes shown in the video, links are at the bottom of this article.

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Ana White’s Open Concept Modern Tiny House with DIY Elevator Bed – Plans Available Too!

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Phil Ross, with the help of the Local Lake County Seasoned Freelancers, designed and built this one-of-a-kind “functional art” tiny house on wheels that offers 360-degree views of the outside with the clever placement of windows all around the tiny home.

But what really makes this unique is there’s an electric bed lift and an elevator to the loft bedroom! While we’ve seen elevator beds before, I don’t think we’ve ever seen an elevator *to* a loft. Would that feature make you rethink a tiny house with a loft bedroom?

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Electric Bed Lift & Elevator to the Loft!

Functional Art New Self-Build w Elevator. 70

Images via Phil Ross

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This is a 216 sq. ft. tiny house with an elevator king bed that stores into the ceiling when you’re not using it.

It was built in 2017 and is currently located near Austin, Texas. The tiny house was built using structural insulated panels (SIPs) and is currently for sale for $49,999 according to Tiny Home Builders.

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12ft by 16ft SIP Construction Tiny House with an Elevator King Bed For Sale for $49,999

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Images via Tiny Home Builders

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The Wooly Mammoth is an incredible skoolie featuring two giant couches with the capacity to seat up to 10 people (with seatbelts)! Originally, the school bus was going to be a tour vehicle for the musical group that Isaac and Julie were a part of, but when the band broke up, they decided to keep the skoolie dream alive.

It took about 4 years to complete the conversion, but the end result is exactly what they wanted. There’s a large kitchen across from a two-part bathroom with a spacious shower, an elevator bed on a crank system in the back of the bus, and the couches become a giant bed perfect for lounging on while watching some TV. Enjoy the full tour below!

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Luxury Shower Stall & Lift Bed in their Wooly Mammoth Bus Conversion

This Skoolie Seats 10 & Has a Giant Bed!

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Adam’s father had always wanted to convert a school bus and homeschool Adam and a potential second child while traveling the country. Tragically, his life was cut short. But Adam — and his Winnebago named “Eve” — are making that dream a reality!

Originally, Adam thought he would only be on the road for a year, but once he was 9 months in, he wanted to find out how to do this indefinitely. He sold his house, his motorcycle, and the car he loved to pursue van life! Even though the Winnebago was already converted, Adam has made several personalizations to the van which you’ll love to examine in the video tour.

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His Solo Van Life with Amazing Attention to Detail and Constant Improvements

His Winnebago w Elevator Bed 3

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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This 32′ tiny house from Decathlon Tiny Homes has been dubbed the “Penelope.” Based on their Athena model, it has all kinds of luxury upgrades to make it a truly glamorous build. The best feature, of course, is the first-floor bedroom that fits a queen bed and large wardrobe.

There’s also a compact kitchen area with an induction cooktop, a living room where you can fit a regular couch, and a stunning bathroom with a high-end shower stall. You can buy it now in Sachse, Texas for $103,660.

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32-ft. Penelope from Decathlon Tiny Homes: For Sale

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There are cool van conversions and then there’s Giuliano & Diana’s 4×4 “Soul Dust” van conversion! This amazing rig is bursting with innovative features, including a pizza oven that slides out the side of the van, and a shower pan that appears at the push of a button.

Their elevator bed comes down from the ceiling at night, revealing a stunning starry night display that’s sure to offer a magical night’s sleep. Under the bed is a dinette/office area that can actually become a second bed, allowing them to sleep 4 if ever needed. Don’t miss the incredible tour below!

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One of THE Coolest 4×4 Van Builds Ever

Pizza Oven, Starry Night & Elevator Bed in Van Conversion 4

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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When Rob and Karen first decided to travel North America instead of paying high property taxes and utility bills, they set off in a motorhome looking for the right vehicle. This old oil field truck they found was much tougher than an RV, and had a great box on the back, which they gutted and transformed.

The home has a deep sink, recirculating shower, and a special oven for making custom pizzas! But one of the coolest features is the elevator bed that comes down and has custom backrests, so they can lounge and watch TV or read. How does this retirement look to you?

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No More High Property Taxes in This Rig

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