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The Verve Lux Tiny House with Toilet Bump Out Over Tongue!


This is the Verve Lux Tiny House on Wheels by Tru Form Tiny Homes.

It’s a beautiful 16ft tiny home with lots of style. It’s also available in 20ft and 22ft versions and this one features a unique toilet bump out option over the trailer tongue that gives you extra space in your bathroom! Good idea, right?

Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

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Highlights

  • 16ft but also available in 20ft and 22ft
  • Toilet bump out option over the trailer tongue
  • Pricing starts at $39,900
  • Fold down deck
  • Detachable awning
  • Pull out L-shaped couch
  • Platform bed with hydraulic lift and under-mattress storage option available

Resources

  1. http://truformtiny.com/verve-lux
  2. http://truformtiny.com/
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  • Paul Larsen February 6, 2018, 1:52 pm

    I do like this nice simple and open design. Only thing I would whine about is there is no picture of the bed in its sleeping position. It would be nice to see that. ( no loft, yay!) Also I take it the white device shown on the outside picture by the trailer tongue is a heat pump?

    • James D. February 6, 2018, 6:09 pm

      Yes, it’s a Mini-Split… The other half of it is right over the entrance to the bathroom…

  • Richard H Chapple Sr February 6, 2018, 2:46 pm

    My whine would be the same as Paul’s, I would like to see a couple shots of the bed in lower position etc.
    This is really nice, well thought out, airy, spacious looking in only 16′ yet. amazing.
    Also big kudos because this listing shows the floor plan, lots of pictures to really show it off.
    This listing could be a model for other listings to follow that don’t do so already, that is: the floor plan, specs, weight, height, all the things we want to know immediately to consider purchase or building.
    A good format for those doing the listing to follow would help all tiny house advocates to enjoy as well as improve chances for the tiny builders to sell their homes. For those that want to share their tiny home they too could use a complete format where we read and see everything pertinent to enjoy.
    There has been tons of good stuff come through.
    Excellent work done on this listing, this little home is super.

  • Tom Osterdock February 6, 2018, 3:17 pm

    Nice but not for me. I did not see the bed in raised or sleeping position. seems that all the pics were taken from the bedroom towards the bathroom.

    • James D. February 6, 2018, 6:39 pm

      According to the Floor Plan, the couch converts into a bed as the standard features and a hydraulic lift bed is an optional feature…

      Bump out gives a boost to available space and they can offer them in 20 and 22 foot length but some may prefer the Escape Home’s Vista version that this one is probably modeled after… Though, that one lacks a fold out deck and no bump out option…

  • Michael February 7, 2018, 7:10 am

    If somebody want to travel a lot the size range is much better than above 22 feet.
    As shown a 16 footer provides all what’s needed. I would go for composting toilet.
    However, I would go for the lift up bed rather than making sofa into bed every day.
    It would be interesting to see what system they are using.

  • Meg February 7, 2018, 10:48 am

    Very nice!!! The bump out over the tongue is a great idea. Would the shower fit there instead? I always think the last thing that should be seen in a bathroom is the toilet and having it over in the ‘corner’ kinda makes that happen. I love the open floor plan, plenty of space in the kitchen to actually cook, the windows definitely help with making the space feel more open. Great job and not a bad starting price for something that is so much easier to tow than a 30 foot THOW.

    • James D. February 7, 2018, 7:32 pm

      Issue with location is placement of the drainage and weight… Mind, this still has to be safe to tow and unless you add a pump for drainage it has to be within a certain distance from the gray tank to allow for gravity flow…

    • Paul Larsen February 7, 2018, 7:43 pm

      Tongue weight is always good to have in a towed trailer. As for the toilet itself it looks like an American Standard low flush model, so it would not use much water. If your home is hooked to a sewer drainage should not be an issue . toilet waste is considered black water and would usually have a separate tank. Drainage to a tank should not be an issue either depending on where it is mounted

  • merryl February 7, 2018, 11:26 am

    oh how adorable.seems perfect for one person and maybe a small dog.

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