It’s so nice to see all the builders incorporating first-floor sleeping areas into their tiny house designs! While lofts help increase square footage, it’s tricky to get up and down ladders or stairs at night. This THOW by Triple L Tiny Houses gives you the best of both worlds — two lofts for storage/office/lounge space and a private first-floor bedroom with a closet!
The house does have to sacrifice the living room space to make space for the lower bedroom, but those lofts could easily house some bean bags and a TV for a movie night. The kitchen has a two-burner cooktop and an apartment-size fridge, and you’ll love the bathroom with a washer/dryer unit and a shower stall. You can contact the builder for pricing and more information!
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Double Lofts & Private Bedroom in Florida THOW
The well-lit bedroom is through this doorway.
A small kitchen has a two-burner cooktop.
By the pipe ladder, there’s just enough space for a comfortable chair.
This loft has a skylight for star-gazing.
Extra counter space flips up when you need it.
What an adorable little chair here!
A queen-sized bed fits comfortably in this area.
The bathroom has a large shower stall and a residential toilet.
A washer/dryer unit is tucked under a cabinet.
A micro sink is tucked into the corner of the bathroom.
The second loft has that same skylight.
- 26’ Tiny home
- 300 sq.ft
- Downstairs bedroom
- Two sleeping lofts
- Full size fridge
- Pergo waterproof floors
- Full size bathroom
- Electric stove
- Electric water heater
- Impact windows
- NOAH certified
- Lofted Farmhouse by Florida Tiny House Builders
- 16-ft. Hand-built Tiny House for Under-$30K in Florida
- VanFest 2024 in Viera, Florida
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