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The Itsy Bitsy Spider Lake tiny house has it all: a main-floor bedroom, two full-size lofts, a spacious living room with a 3-seater sofa, a kitchen with a pantry, a bathroom with a heated floor, and a washer/dryer.

This tiny house is built by Mint Tiny House Company, and it’s parked on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada.

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34-ft. Itsy Bitsy Tiny House with a Main-floor Bedroom Built by Mint Tiny House Company

Itsy Bitsy Tiny House - Exploring Alternatives

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This is the story of how Jenna designed and built her own downstairs bedroom in her tiny house by designing and building a simple DIY futon in the couch nook of her tiny house.

She used an idea from a skoolie bus tour she did (you can watch it right here on her YouTube channel) to make the bed work. We also did a post about it here you can check out. It’s pretty cool! You can learn exactly how she did it in the video below and she has many more videos on her channel. What do you think?

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Jenna’s Main-floor Tiny House Bedroom Solution

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This is a tiny house bedroom with three beds from the NestPod Tiny House on Wheels by Jonathan Avery of Tiny Houses Scotland.

What do you think? It’s a pretty interesting design, isn’t it? What do you think of it? Let’s talk about it in the comments! You may also want to check out their other famous tiny house design called The NestHouse (this one is a tiny house on a foundation).

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A TRIPLE Bunk Bed Tiny House Bedroom

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This is an affordable tiny house with a main floor bedroom called the Dragonfly tiny house. It’s a 34.5-foot tiny home built on a trailer by Core Housing Solutions (UPDATE: This company has gone out of business). It’s built with structurally insulated panels which give you great insulation, a strong build, and lighter overall weight.

This tiny house is designed to be as maintenance-free as possible. So the exterior doesn’t need to be constantly maintained, recaulked, or even repainted because it’s a chemically bonded steel skin with a powder-coated finish so you’re good to go! If you want low-cost and low-maintenance, this seems like the way to go. Another really cool feature about this unit is that the house itself is designed to be removable from the trailer just in case your local laws require your tiny house to be on a more permanent foundation.

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Affordable 34.5-Foot Tiny House by Core Housing Solutions – Up to TWO Main Floor Bedrooms

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

Photos via Andrew Bennett/YouTube | Core Housing Solutions

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This is the Amelia Tiny House on Wheels by My Tiny Empty Nest and Tiny Innovations LLC.

It’s a 24ft one-level tiny home with a downstairs bedroom, full kitchen, bathroom, and closet with washer/dryer hookups.

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24ft Amelia Tiny House on Wheels with Downstairs Bedroom

Amelia Tiny House by Innovate Tiny 001

Images © Mark Sharley

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This is the triple bunk beds tiny house on wheels by Ana White. In this post, you will get a video tutorial, tour, and free plans on how to build your own triple bunk bed THOW!

When you take your first look at it, you’ll notice it’s a custom built piece of furniture. On one end, you’ll notice a pull-out mattress that can also double as a couch when it’s not in sleeping mode. On the other side of the wall, there’s a “bedroom” with a queen-sized bed. And finally, above, you’ll see there’s a sleeping loft. So that’s a total of three levels of sleeping in one corner of the tiny house. Please enjoy the full tour and learn more below.

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How to Build This Triple Bunk Beds THOW by Ana White – Super Clever Design!

Triple Bunk Bed Tiny House Design

Images © Ana White via YouTube

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