This is the Mansion Jr. by Uncharted Tiny Homes.
The beautiful THOW has the kitchen and bath on either end of the house, an office space and even a very comfortable looking couch! There are two loft bedrooms, one for a queen and one for a twin (or storage).
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The Mansion Jr. by Uncharted Tiny Homes
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This example shows that putting kitchen and bathroom on the opposite ends creates more space for living and a great usable kitchen.
It can, but keeping the kitchen and bath together for the sake of simpler plumbing and utilities is a good choice too. Mostly I think people have a hard time getting over the ick factor of the toilet being so close to the food, but in reality, in a tiny house, well they’re never that far apart.
One thing it does allow is better justification for the double ended loft arrangement since both the kitchen and bath typically have short ceilings anyway.
Yes, I think in 150 sq. ft., the toilet “ick” is never far away haha.
But in all houses they try to use the same plumbing wall for kitchen and bathrooms, most people don’t realize this in conventional house design. They seam farther apart than they really are, kitchen on one side of the same wall as one of many bathrooms in a conventional house design.
Yes very true, Jim!
150 feet seems like a mile if I don’t have to see my toilet while making meatloaf😉 It’s just a thing. My mom won’t drink water out of the bathroom even though it’s the same pipes as the kitchen so the ick factor is in my DNA😀 Thanks Natalie.
Haha no problem!
One of the things that perplex me is why do some designers put the toilet and bath facilities on opposite ends of the trailer home as both need water. Seems to me that they should be close especially in 4 season designs, even if its not a big trailer.
Such fine attention to detail in everything… and then the bathroom sink plumbing punches you in the eye. Ugly black ABS and cheap flex lines. How could they have done so well on everything else and then just… I don’t even know what to say.
Very bright and cheerful…! I love all the light that comes in this tiny house, it’s just so motivating.. It makes you want to just get up and do something, unlike darker Tiny Houses that you have to put the lights on in the day time so you can see across the room…
So much room for DANCING 🙂
Yea I guess you could dance in there as well….!
This is very sleek and pretty. I love the light in the bathroom and the light wood. Those ladders are pretty hefty looking, too, and strong. The blue door is a nice touch, and you gotta’ love crates! Can’t have too many. I agree with Zachary. . .very cheerful!
Totally agree about crates 🙂
I am thinking quite seriously of going into a tiny home but there is no way at my age that I would be able to climb a ladder to get to a loft. I would need a bedroom on the main floor or a very good staircase with a banister. I do love all of the light that comes in.
You can check out no-loft tiny houses here, Nancy: https://tinyhousetalk.com/category/no-loft-tiny-homes-2/
What a view! Wow! This is a very nice Tiny House. I love the light, the colors and the spacious look. Just a note that I see no closet space, no w/d and barring some space travel to the lofts, it could use some stairs. Oh, to be young again! However, I’m not sure I was nimble enough for those ladders when I was young. Overall, nice different floor plan and touches.
Yes I did love that it was something different 🙂
Nice open clean design, large kitchen is nice, but for me it is not fully functional when it is missing a cook top, oven, washer, and a clothes closet somewhere is very valuable for the long term .
All things to keep in mind for your someday tiny 🙂
Open vs Extras is always a trade off 🙂
You could get your extras but you’d lose some of the open clean design for the closet. I think I’d put one where the ladder to the large loft is (beside the desk/dining), and shift the ladder to go up over the closet (easier climb). As for a washer (dryer) it’d be easy to fit a compact (combo) under the counter somewhere (losing storage), and the end of the kitchen “U” looks perfect for a small range with microwave above.
That’s the truth! Always a trade-off in a tiny!
Linear light bands, turquoise blue door, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom are very nice. It’s just the sink tubing. Everything is great.
Yes those are all awesome touches.
Loved the bright woodwork. who would I discuss further with?
Hi Joan — right here: http://www.unchartedtinyhomes.com/contact/
This is not one I would add to my o.k. list. Not enough cabinet space in the kitchen, and another difficult ladder to the sleeping loft. We all have our preferences . . . .
Looking at the pictures again, where is a stove or cook top of some sort ?
Might just not have one, I’m afraid.
One thing more THOW builders should do is take (another) page from the RV community, and put a fitting in the floor in front of the couch for a removable table. I look at this and I see no working space except for the one stool in the kitchen. (This isn’t meant to be a criticism of this particular house, just something I’ve noticed.)
Yes that’s a handy thing to have! Or at least you could get those tv dinner tables and tuck them beside the couch.
I’m impressed, everything is so well laid out. It really makes a noticeable difference in how much room there is and what a beautiful kitchen.
The kitchen is stunning 🙂
Tiny but versitile!
The ladders look decorative and neat, however one would need really small feet to navigate them. Also not very comfortable for bare or stocking feet. I know from my kids bunk bed experience. I had to place padding on the iron slippery foot rails.
Does anyone know how to find tiny homes that owners would carry payments on? I have found several perfect homes but my credit is ruined from divorce and will take years to be in good shape but it is my dream to own one.