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Sleek & Modern 10-Foot-Wide Tiny House


Meet Thuya! She’s the smallest “park model” tiny house that Minimaliste offers, but she’s packed full of great features. Minimaliste considers any of their 10-foot-wide homes park models, since you’ll need a special escort to move them.

This design has a cozy living room area when you first walk in, with a built-in entertainment center. The staircase has a sturdy railing, large steps, and plenty of storage underneath. It takes you to the loft bedroom, which has adequate height to sit upright in bed, and storage all along one wall. Let us know which feature of this custom design you like the most!

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Thuya: Compact Park Model w/ Incredible Shower Stall

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The staircase has a very sturdy railing leading to the loft.

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The living room has a built-in cubby for the TV.

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The kitchen has lovely butcher block countertop.

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A four-burner cook top allows you to make meals.

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The staircase has oodles of custom storage, including a ventilated litter box area.

Thuya Compact Park Model. 2

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Isn’t that ceiling gorgeous?

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Built-in cabinets provide clothing storage upstairs.

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The Separette toilet is a great off-grid choice.

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Here’s the side view!

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And the other side view!

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Looking down from the top.

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VIDEO: The Thuya 10×26

Details:

The Thuya is the smallest model in our semi-permanent category. It has a lot of windows, allowing a brightful interior when the house is properly oriented on the land. This model also features our classic shed roof slope, maximizing the feeling of height when you get inside. The materials we can use for the exterior cladding is either a mix of horizontal wood grain imitation steel combined with vertical steel siding or a mix of horizontal cedar with vertical steel siding. All of the trims along with the roofing can either be white, charcoal or black, depending on the customer’s preference.

The interior of the Thuya is compact, but really optimized. The bright living area is combined with a dining area that can sit 4 people comfortably. The couch is located in the bump-out section, oriented towards the rest of the house. A television can be installed on the loft wall if desired. The kitchen includes all the necessary elements for short term stays, but can also be suitable for full time living. The bathroom is at the back of the tiny house, with the loft bedroom located above accessible through a comfortable storage staircase The Thuya can be equipped with a washer and dryer or this space can be used for storage if the W/D option is not included. The standard interior is white painted engineered plywood siding for the walls and stained pine siding for the ceiling.

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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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