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The Wattle: One Floor Tiny Home Design by Treehab

Meet The Wattle, designed and built by Treehab in Australia. This adorable one-floor tiny house maximizes space with a daybed that transforms into a queen-sized bed for sleeping.

The rest of the streamlined interior includes a spot to eat, a full kitchen, and a bathroom with composting toilet. There are many upgrades you can choose to customize the home, but the base model starts at 69,900 AUD (or ~49,719 USD). It features a sleek black exterior with a simple and stylish shed-style roof.

Enjoy the photo tour below and check out all the specs and additional features at the end of the post! Get in touch with the builder about this home here.

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No Loft in This Tiny Home For One (or Two!)

Here’s the daybed which transforms into a queen bed at night.

This view from the outside lets you see the rest of the home.

All you need for cooking and washing up.

The bathroom also includes a shower stall (not pictured).

Here’s the layout from above to give you an idea of the space.


  • 6 meters long (19.65 feet)
  • Single level design
  • Sleeps 1-2 people
  • Open plan living + bathroom
  • Trailer includes break away system and electric brakes
  • Steel Frame
  • Large picture window
  • Kitchen with – Electric Oven, Electric Cooktop, Sink, Fridge and Pantry
  • Bathroom – Shower, Slimline Vanity and Composting Toilet
  • Bedroom – Day bed that converts to queen size.
    Optional Inclusions
  • Trailer painting $1000
  • Under floor insulation $1000
  • Water systems
  • 3000L Round water tank (Includes fittings) $900
  • 5000L Round water tank (Includes fittings) $1800
  • 10,000L Round water tank (Includes fittings) $2500
  • 15,000 Round water tank (Includes fittings) $3500
  • 50L/min Water pump $650
  • Gutter and down pipe $700
  • Off-grid systems
  • Connected Off Grid System $12499
  • Trailer Off-grid System $16499
  • Upgrade to Auto start Honda EU30i silenced generator $2500
  • Power & Connections
  • Extra double power points $150
  • USB double power points $200
  • TV connection $150
  • Appliances
  • 2.5kw Split system $1800
  • LPG Split system $1800
  • Ceiling fan $450
  • Wood Heater $1800
  • Electric Oven $950
  • LPG Oven with 4 burner cooktop $1800
  • 9kg Washing Machine $1100
  • Counter dishwasher $500
  • Natures Head composting toilet $1800
  • Cinderella toilet $6700
  • Windows, Screens and decks
  • Double glazing On Quote
  • Fly wire screens On Quote
  • Extra windows On Quote
  • Blinds $200 per window, $300 per door
  • Skylight in loft $1200
  • Ecodeck Deck modules (2.8m x 5.4m) $7000
  • After Factory
  • Delivery On Quote
  • Site cuts (Only required if located on large slope) $1,500 (Only in Vic)
  • Setup and levelling $500

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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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  • jerry dycus
    November 3, 2020, 6:51 am

    I like the daybed but how does it turn into a queen size? Though just put or build in the couch bed with storage or hot tub of your choice. They fit nicely under a bed for those who like to soak in hot water.
    Or as I do in cold water in the summer to cool off.
    The dinette seating should be at the counter and the dinette spaced used for a real chair , desk/storage, etc.
    Make full length 2’wide storage lofts down each long length.
    Make a closet by compacting the bath, using 1/3 for a closet.
    These would increase storage 500% and make it far more livable.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      November 3, 2020, 7:53 am

      I would assume it pulls out kind of like a futon

      • jerry dycus
        November 3, 2020, 1:10 pm

        So would I except there is no cushion back to make the queen size bed from as still just is a small twin unless they are hiding the cushions somewhere else. And it has a lack of space for that.
        But easily solved problems.
        I’d change the oven for storage, a convection/light, microwave countertop oven combo or 2 units at much lower cost.

        • Barb C
          November 3, 2020, 11:14 pm

          I believe the bed is an IKEA model. I may be mistaken but the draws would pull out and the seat on the daybed in photo is actually 2 mattresses or 1 mattress folded that would then go over the pulled out drawers. I have a similar model, however when it is pulled out makes a king size bed.

        • James D.
          November 4, 2020, 1:57 am

          It’s an Ikea guest day bed, the second mattress is under the first… You pull out the front, which extends the slats and then you grab the upper mattress and put it next to the other to give you the queen size… Drawers contain the pillows and bedding…

        • Natalie C. McKee
          November 4, 2020, 12:56 pm

          Thanks, James!

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