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Payette Urban 28 Tiny House on Wheels by Tru Form Tiny

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28′ Off-Grid Payette Urban Tiny House on Wheels

Payette Urban 28 Tiny House on Wheels by Tru Form Tiny

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Full Downstairs Bedroom with Gas Piston lift bed
Ladder Stairs
Tons of Storage
Urban Model with open cedar siding
Dickenson Heater
5 ft bathroom
Kids bedroom with dressing loft and desk
Full Solar.
main floor bedroom.


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  • WendyHT
    August 16, 2017, 2:36 pm

    I think this is a lovely tiny house! It’s great that the fridge/freezer is not directly under a bed – EMF’s given off by fridges are not healthy! I also like the size of the upstairs loft and the creativity used in designing a “staircase” 🙂 Is this for a family? If so, I’d be tempted to ask for a some sort of guard rail so children playing up in the “playroom” area would not fall off the loft or down the stairs. One esthetic thing – having the toilet in its current position is not very harmonious, Fung Shui-wise. I’d put the sink where the toilet is and the toil opposite the shower. Otherwise, this is a winner!

  • Sondra
    August 16, 2017, 3:32 pm

    WOW ! this is me every day and back ha Love love love this home !

  • Starr Geary
    August 16, 2017, 6:12 pm

    I’ve noticed that many beds are set so that the head is at lowest point. Why not put feet at lowest?
    Any ideas on how to reinforce walls of my FEMA camper so that I can have a loft?

    • James D.
      August 16, 2017, 9:59 pm

      When sleeping it’s ideal to sleep in a way that helps keep your spine as straight as possible… Sometimes raising the knees can take pressure off your lower back, for example… While sleeping on your side may require placing a pillow between your legs to keep your back properly aligned and not twisted while you sleep… Basically, consider the alignment of your bones throughout your body with the position you’re sleeping in and whether it’s a naturally aligned position or a contorted position…

      It also can just be a overly cushy mattress and the weight of the sleeper is deforming it… or it’s compensating for the raising effect of the pillow… again to help keep your spine straight, as that keeps pressure off of it…

      As for the trailer, you’d have to locate the wall studs with a stud finder… Then cut down 1×4’s to the length of the trailer wall and drill them onto the trailer studs to re-enforce the existing studs…

      • Alex
        August 17, 2017, 11:33 am

        Good tips, as usual, thanks James!

    • Anna Futrell
      August 16, 2017, 11:03 pm

      You get a really sound sleep when you sit up then knock yourself unconscious. LOL that’s the only reason I see for putting your head at the short wall.

      • James D.
        August 17, 2017, 10:20 pm

        Oh, in terms of the roof line… It varies and depends on the angle of the roof line but keep in mind the direction and arc of how you get up…

        Regardless of your starting position, you want to head in the direction towards the highest point by the time you’re in a sitting position, as you’re usually not really in danger of hitting your head until you’re in a sitting position unless it’s a really tight loft space.

        But, if you put your feet to the lowest point then you’ll be bringing yourself toward the lower part of the roof line by the time you’re in a sitting position and away from the highest point…

        Add, unless you move sideways, when you start to get your legs under you to crawl or crouch walk then you bring yourself further along in the same direction you were getting up from, and that you definitely want to be in the direction of the highest point in the roof line…

        Though, features like a skylight can give enough extra space to make that a less risky an endeavor and thus good to place them right over the bed… You can also consider building the mattress into the loft floor to lower it a bit for even more space, especially if you intend to use a particularly thick mattress…

        Otherwise, it’s just preference and how a particular person may like getting up… Some roll around, some prefer to slide back and up into a sitting position instead of simply rising up, which could work with a shed roof… Some like to rotate 90 degrees before they get up… and so forth…

        In this particular case, the loft is where the child sleeps and may still be small enough to actually stand in the loft and thus no worry about height until older…

  • Ellen McCann
    August 16, 2017, 9:43 pm

    Pretty house! Love the woodwork. Especially in the bathroom. Kitchen looks like a high functioning one. Really like the 2 burner stove and what looks like a small oven. I noticed storage under the stairs. Obviously room for a pantry but is there a space for hanging clothes anywhere?

    • James D.
      August 17, 2017, 12:23 am

      Looks like there’s a open closet space to the right of the bed in the bedroom on the opposite side of the wall from the couch… The bed looks like the type you can lift for storage as well…

      In their other models they offer closet/wardrobe furniture that can be placed anywhere in the house and the bed usually has a set of three large pull out drawers, but that doesn’t appear to be the case in this version…

      They have a custom ordering form on their page that lets you select options and then gives you a cost estimate… Btw, they’re one of the higher priced builders, so brace yourself when you look at the quote…

      • Sondra
        August 17, 2017, 12:35 pm

        Full Downstairs Bedroom with Gas Piston lift bed, so lots of storage underneath of it.

        As far as the kids bed upstairs loft, I’d like my head near the window, I’d also have a roll down ladder hooked up so they could get out quick in an emergency.

        I don’t think it’s an oven, looks like a one drawer dishwasher to me, they have that option on their website.

        Anyone have an idea where that couch is from ? I love it !

        • James D.
          August 17, 2017, 11:59 pm

          Don’t know where it’s from but it’s a two person sized fabric armchair sofa… Sofas usually feature two armrests and a uniform back while couches generally feature one armrest or none at all and a tapered back.

          Though, sofas are generally bigger than couches, the armchair versions are more compact and they’re generally fancier than couches in how they’re designed with options like tapered legs, fabric designs, etc.

          They’re basically perceived as more formal than couches…

  • Stephanie A Jesus
    August 17, 2017, 1:01 pm

    What was the purchase price on this home?

  • Caterina Fantuz
    March 31, 2019, 6:09 pm

    Very nice, but, toilette in front of the door Is a big design mistake. Very bad. You will need to keep the door close any time.

  • Sheila Plourde
    April 2, 2019, 1:19 pm

    This is beautiful!! Nothing that I don’t like. Only thing that got me thinking as we are doing blue prints on how we want our tiny home. Is fire escape up on the lofts. Make a nice window with a ladder outside. That worries me. This is perfect.

  • Husabergchamp
    April 2, 2019, 8:59 pm

    I’m curious, just a general question. All these tiny homes with bedroom lofts: how many put a small toilet such as meant for a camper or even a composting toilet upstairs for emergency night time use rather than having to go down steep stairs or ladders in the dead of the night. It could easily be walled off if privacy is needed since it would not need much space.

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