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This 24-ft. Urban Kootenay Tiny House Has Charred Cypress Accented Iron Ore Siding!


This is a 24-ft. Urban Kootenay Tiny House by Tru Form Tiny.

It features an iron ore siding with charred cypress as an accent along with aluminum roofing. What do you think?

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Urban/Modern Tiny House With Charred Cypress Accented Iron Ore Siding

Heading inside the nicely decorated 24-ft. tiny house. Nice that they were able to fit a comfortable L-shaped couch.

The kitchen also seems adequate, and a nice big window, too.

Cabinets with drawers and open shelving for a more spacious feel.

This floating shelf is located in the living room just above the comfy couch.

There’s a storage staircase with safety handrails to get to the sleeping loft.

There seems to be adequate headroom in the loft. Always something to look out for!

Heading downstairs back to the living space.

This kitchen with L-shaped counters helps add a bar area.

What do you think of this Urban Kootenay tiny house from Tru Form Tiny?

Builder Description

With our Urban Kootenay model, a little of your own design can go a long way. 🏠🛌🛋🪴

This 24-foot #tinyhome features iron ore siding with charred cypress accent siding and galvanized aluminum roofing outside, and rough sawn clear cedar ceilings, white wood walls, closet stairs, custom matte black counter tops, subway tile backsplash and engineered black finish hardwood flooring inside.

This model also opted for a solar package, a grizzly wood fire stove, skylights in the loft, a fully tiled shower and a composting toilet.

We love how clients design their tiny homes according to their specific styles and needs.

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=> https://truformtiny.com/design-yours/

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  • Ken Leigh
    June 9, 2021, 9:52 pm

    Is it over the wheels or between the wheels and what was the cost of the trailer?

    • James D.
      June 10, 2021, 12:31 am

      That’s visible in the first photo…

      Generally, anything that pushes the road legal dimensions and tries to maximize the interior space without exceeding those road legal dimensions will be over the wheel wells, with them protruding up into the living space.

      Mind, nothing can extend beyond the road legal dimensions. So everything has to fit within those limits, including the wheels. While wheel wells protruding into the interior space is a direct result of maximizing the interior height by using drop axles to lower the floor, which can also be integrated into the trailer chassis to further increase interior height and gain about a foot over a over wheel well flatbed chassis design. So lofts can be a more roomy up to 52″ of headroom… All so everything still fits in the maximum road legal height of 13′ 6″ from the ground…

      So you’ll mainly only see over bed designs in single level THOWs that don’t try or need to maximize height for the loft or in low budget builds that primarily limit lofts to storage use.

      Though, some states you can go higher if you never leave the state, most western half of the nation states the limit is 14′, 2 states it’s 14′ 6″, and in Alaska it’s up to 15’… While, if you don’t need to move it far from where it’s built you can go even higher on up to actually having a second floor instead of a loft. Though, another option is a slide up design where the upper level rises when parked but that’s prohibitively expensive to do…

      • Jackie
        June 10, 2021, 6:41 pm

        James, your in depth, researched responses are very much appreciated. I’m saying this now only because I could not respond to your comment from my question a while back about heat/cooling. Your knowledge and advice are appreciated. Thank you for sharing your knowledge of all the questions you read. 🙂

        • James D.
          June 12, 2021, 5:02 pm

          You’re welcome, and thanks.

  • Jackie
    June 10, 2021, 6:59 pm

    LOVING the entry door into the kitchen from under the stairs and next to the bathroom SAVING FLOOR SPACE for the seated area on the far end!!! And FINALLY seeing the fridge LIFTED for under storage, less stooping to get some food to fix!! Only changes would be a lighter exterior paint color (the summer sun will bake out the resident) and stackable w/d instead of the all in one. 4 hours to do one small load makes no sense. Now I need a shack made for my clothes, photo albums, beanie babies etc., handbags and shoes lol. I know, got some living in the past issues 🙂

  • Jackie
    June 10, 2021, 7:12 pm

    My laptop is 11 years old. Just wondering what was the cost for building this beauty and where was it constructed and blue prints? My laptop can’t open any links.

    • James D.
      June 10, 2021, 9:39 pm

      They’re custom, so costs will vary per build and they haven’t posted the price for this version but this model series starts at $85,900 and 22′ length…

      Tru Form Tiny is based in Eugene, OR…

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