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This First Floor Bedroom Tiny House has 3 Sleeping Areas

Wilding Wood Tiny Homes present us with their “OM” tiny house, a lovely 28′ foot THOW boasting a first-floor bedroom with a queen-sized futon option. In addition to the bedroom, there are two lofts for sleeping or storage.

The lovely galley kitchen has two-tone countertops and sits next to a dining area. Under one loft you’ll find the bathroom that has a laundry set-up inside, and the main bedroom is on the other side of the house. The house is for sale for $115K in Oregon.

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I’m always a fan of green cabinets.

There’s a two-burner cooktop next to the sink.

There’s a ladder up to the secondary loft.

And the other loft is accessible by storage stairs.

There’s a lot of storage here.

More storage!

Here’s the back bedroom with a futon.

View from the loft.

Here’s the loft.

Looking over the ladder.

I love the little stained glass sconces.

There’s a glass shower stall in the bathroom.

There’s also laundry.

There’s metal on the exterior.


  • This is a NOAH (National Organization of Alternative Housing) Certified home has passed all inspections and tests.
  • Our version of this home will have 3 sleeping areas.
  • A private downstairs bedroom with built-ins for storage and big enough for a queen bed, as well as two semi-private sleeping lofts.
  • The bathroom will include a washer/dryer combo unit, round corner shower, 42″ vanity, wall cabinets for plenty of storage and either a flush toilet or composting toilet.
  • The kitchen is a long bar type against the wall, with a built in salon/table.
  • This model is all electric 220v 50 amp service.
  • $115K.

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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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  • Bill Burgess
    April 25, 2023, 12:56 pm

    I like the fit and finishes. I am refining some Incred-I-Box model designs and this gives me lots of ideas. Although my area is for seniors mostly, almost any couple can fit it my designs. I particularly like how the metal roofing was used here.

    • James D.
      April 25, 2023, 9:32 pm

      On Incred-I-Box, just a heads up, but the changing economy is effecting the supplier of the panels, which means ITH will have to switch to higher priced full panels instead of the lower priced remnants they’ve been using.

      It remains to be seen if it will effect all models but downside is price will increase because of this change, amount not yet determines, but up side is it will eliminate the need for all the fasteners and allow a smoother surface that will be easier to finish and decorate. So will look more like a traditional SIP construction. The panels will also come in some different colors, which may effect how finish details are chosen to be done.

      While ITH is also making some design changes to accommodate the Add-A-Box option. Raising the loft a few inches to make room to opt to convert the window into a door, for example, for one of the ways the Add-A-Box can be joined to the Incred-I-Box…

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