Here’s The Cathouse, built by Movable Roots as a custom creation for a couple and their four cats. This house has one of the most unusual layouts I’ve seen, complete with a sneaky back bathroom well-separated from the living and kitchen area for privacy.
The home features a wind-sensitive awning that retracts when gusts get bad, and a shed-style roof. You’ll walk into the living area where there’s room for comfortable chairs or a sofa, and then turn right into the stunning kitchen. Just wait until you see the color of the cabinets!
There’s a lofted bedroom with room at the top step to stand and change, and a catwalk between lofts for those four-legged friends. Enjoy the video tour below, and get in touch with Movable Roots for your own custom build here.
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I think few apartments have a kitchen this nice.
The tile backsplash adds a modern feel.
That nook looks like the perfect napping spot for cats.
There’s oodles of storage space with all these cabinets.
A ladder allows access to this loft.
While the back loft has storage steps galore.
From the main loft the cats (and humans) can access the second one.
A skylight allows extra sunlight in!
You can stand before hopping into the king-sized bed.
No space wasted here! Notice the cat door.
These steps go upstairs and to the back bathroom.
Another look at the catwalk.
And now to the bathroom…
Here is the bathroom area.
View from the second loft.
VIDEO: Movable Roots Tiny Home Tour Cat House
- Custom build
- 28’ Movable Roots trailer
- 350 sq ft of living space counting the lofts
- Built for the client’s and their four cats
- Separate the bathroom from the living and kitchen area
- Lofted master bedroom where you can stand at the foot of the bed and change your clothes or have easier access to the king size mattress
- These client’s plan to travel frequently with their tiny home, so we added both black and grey water tanks as well as fresh water tank for those days they’re off grid
- Retractable awning to provide shade when parked
- The awning has wind sensing capabilities as well to automatically retract when wind gets to a certain speed.
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