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Rebecca’s 10×30 THOW with Standing Room Loft


While loft bedrooms can be unpractical, the lofts that MitchCraft has been putting in their THOWs are a perfect compromise: There’s a landing where you can stand to get ready and put away clothes, and then a platform for the bed that’s more of a true “loft.”

But this lovely home has more than a good bedroom — the U-shaped kitchen with a dishwasher, the bathroom with a soaking tub, and even the compact office entryway make this a home you’ll want to bookmark! Custom-built for Rebecca, the final cost was around $175K for what you see.

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Full Kitchen, Bath & Bedroom in This MitchCraft Creation

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I’m always a sucker for the two-tone exterior!

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There’s a step down from the French doors into the living room.

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A wood burning stove warms up the home.

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The kitchen is tucked under the main bedroom loft.

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The other door takes you into the mudroom/office space.

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Here you’ll find a desk and some shelving.

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U-shaped kitchen always feel like a great idea.

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Notice there’s an oven and a dishwasher!

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A beautiful deep farmhouse sink.

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You’ll also find a washer/dryer under the kitchen counter.

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These bookcase stairs go to the secondary loft.

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While these steps go to the main bedroom.

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You can stand in front of the bed to get ready!

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A skylight over the bed gives star views!

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The view from the bed: A wardrobe!

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Bookshelf, side table cube & a reading light.

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Look at all the storage!

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These cubbies for shoes right under the door are brilliant.

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The secondary loft.

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Storage built into the partition.

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A lovely bowl sink under the medicine cabinet.

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A stock tank tub gives you a spot to soak.

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Separette toilet.

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Just a close-up on these gorgeous tiles!

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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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  • David Pedersen
    November 14, 2022, 1:57 pm

    I am getting old. I would need a step to get up on the bed. But I really like this house. It is well thought out.

  • Laila Stephen
    December 8, 2022, 12:41 pm

    I really love how this has incorporated so much into 30 feet. Love the soft blue color accents on cabinets throughout. Love the book shelves and desk. It all is done so well. It’s just a shame though that they couldn’t make the roofline a bit more pitched to allow a bit more headroom upstairs in the lofts. A bit too tight for those of us with a touch of claustrophobia. But love the incorporation of the closets and bookshelves upstairs. Nicely done!

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