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Tiny house with ground floor bedroom and large kitchen


This is a tiny house with a ground floor bedroom, a large kitchen, and two loft spaces.

It’s built by Rewild Homes. The kitchen seems good enough for a chef, doesn’t it?

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28-foot Albatross tiny house by Rewild Homes w/ main-floor bedroom, two lofts, and a kitchen good enough for a chef!

Tiny house with ground floor bedroom plus two lofts by Rewild Homes

Images © Rewild Homes

28-Foot Albatross Tiny Home by Rewild Homes

28-Foot Albatross Tiny Home by Rewild Homes

Tiny house with ground floor bedroom plus two lofts by Rewild Homes

Tiny house with ground floor bedroom plus two lofts by Rewild Homes

Tiny house with ground floor bedroom plus two lofts by Rewild Homes

Tiny house with ground floor bedroom plus two lofts by Rewild Homes

28-Foot Albatross Tiny Home by Rewild Homes

28-Foot Albatross Tiny Home by Rewild Homes

28-Foot Albatross Tiny Home by Rewild Homes

28-Foot Albatross Tiny Home by Rewild Homes

28-Foot Albatross Tiny Home by Rewild Homes

28-Foot Albatross Tiny Home by Rewild Homes

Images © Rewild Homes

A ground floor bedroom and two private cozy loft spaces means no going downstairs for midnight bathroom breaks and plenty of room for guests.

Three bedrooms, one bathtub, seven appliances, 18’ of granite, handcrafted fir cabinetry + doors made with local wood, and a whole lotta love – that’s just a taste of what went into our latest 28’ Albatross tiny home. A lower bedroom with a built-in wardrobe and desk along with two private upper lofts gives you all of the space you need for spare bedrooms, a home office, space for camping gear, or just some extra storage room! A split air A/C unit means you’ll always be the perfect temperature and with the full-sized kitchen appliances and ample cabinetry throughout you’ll feel like you’ve got space to spare.

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  1. The Albatross THOW – Rewild Homes – More Photos/Info
  2. Rewild Homes – Facebook
  3. Rewild Homes – Website
  4. Rewild Homes – Get a Quote

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  • Avatar Angela February 27, 2019, 7:14 pm

    To all of you carrying on about no seating, these high-end tinies are made by companies who are willing to customize them, for the most part. If you want more seating, you either knock out the ground-floor BR and turn it into living room area, or you do a Murphy bed or convertible sofa and have it do double duty, living room by day, sleeping area by night. If you want to knock out the cooktop and dishwasher and have a stackable washer/dryer and more counter space, OK. Flushable toilet? You got it. What you see is just the basic layout. You usually can customize.

    • Avatar Eric March 1, 2019, 11:57 pm

      Totally agree with your comment. Sometimes I wonder if some people actually have a functioning brain?

      As for the comments about a chef’s kitchen… sorry, any kitchen is a chef’s kitchen. Ever had a look behind the scenes at any of your favourite restaurants? You’d probably be shocked at how small they are and how nobody gets burned or seriously injured in those work environments.

      To me, it’s just a normal kitchen. End of Story. Lack of lounging space is the killer for me and probably the reason why I’d go for a small home rather than a tiny home. Ala the Nils Pearson designed River Road house that was featured way back in about 2013 or so.

      Oh, Lotto, please come my way… lol

  • Avatar Michael February 27, 2019, 10:33 pm

    The lack of a living room and the bar style dining space which doesn’t fit to a chef’s kitchen beside the outer appearance are the downsides of this design. Who wants to sit on a narrow bar to enjoy life and good food?
    I have been a friend of lift up beds which are saving a lot of floor space instead of lofts, Sorage should not be on top it should be down.

  • Avatar Karen Blackburn February 28, 2019, 4:28 am

    Problem with lift up beds is first, no storage because putting a platform of storage beneath the mattress would be a waste of time, secondly you can’t use the space for anything full time because whatever is there has to move when the bed comes down and lastly, if it is a sofa underneath the bed as soon as the occupier wants to go to bed (9pm latest for me) then anyone else in the house loses their seating so tough luck if you watch a programme or film on TV that starts at that time, or just go to sleep later. As a spare bed they are good, or even in a tiny bedsit but not in a house with 2 other bedrooms for guests. For me, I would lose half of the kitchen as I am not a chef, put in a proper dining nook with a bench and a couple of easy chairs, one for me and one for the cat. Like the privacy of the lofts as this means visitors can sleep off the night before without me waking them as I get up at 5am to start the day (hence the early night). Oh, and given it’s a chef’s kitchen, my neighbour who’s a chef is up at 4am and off to work at 5am. Those doors closing off all the different sleeping areas are made with him in mind.

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