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Noyer XL Tiny Home With A Main Floor Bedroom by Minimaliste


The Noyer XL takes an already fantastic tiny home and makes it nearly perfect. The original Noyer model had tons of selling points, and this one has added a main floor bedroom so no one *has* to sleep in a loft. Awesome!

The slightly elevated living room allows for more storage underneath for seasonal items or things you don’t need every day. There’s a galley kitchen with a hidden dishwasher and fridge, as well as a dining area with a large table for mealtimes.

The bathroom and loft look lovely, and the first-floor bedroom easily fits a queen and has built-in closets for clothing. Get your Noyer XL by contacting the builder here.

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An Added Bedroom Makes the Noyer So Much Better!

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From here you can see how the living room is slightly elevated.

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There’s plenty of space here for a good couch and chair.

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Very sleek cabinets with push and pull close latches.

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The walnut countertops are stunning.

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A nice dedicated eating area.

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Flush toilet and a beautiful bowl sink.

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Here’s the concrete shower! So cool.

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There’s also a loft bedroom with a closet and standing room.

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And here is the ground floor bedroom, complete with wardrobes.

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VIDEO: Noyer XL By Minimaliste

Highlights:

  • Standard Noyer w/ built-on main floor bedroom
  • Large galley kitchen
  • Push and pull open cabinetry
  • Dishwasher and fridge hidden by cabinet doors
  • Washer/dryer unit
  • Plenty of hidden storage
  • Bathroom with flush toilet & concrete shower
  • Elevated living room
  • Large drawers under living room

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Natalie C. McKee

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 two little kids. She and her family just purchased a small fixer-upper and are starting a self-sufficient homestead on their happy little acre.
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  • Avatar merryl
    April 24, 2021, 10:57 am

    This one has potential. Love the ground floor bedroom.

  • Avatar Linda Baker
    April 24, 2021, 5:36 pm

    Liking the layout and use of under floor storage

  • Avatar Eric
    April 25, 2021, 12:26 am

    Liking the buildout and design, but hating the concrete shower. Not only does it add unnecessary weight, therefore extra costs when transporting, it is also liable to crack somewhere along the line when transporting. Not a good move from my perspective. Not good at all. I’d have specified a fiberglass or acrylic unit instead.

    • Avatar James D.
      April 25, 2021, 3:22 am

      It’s not actual concrete Eric, just faux composites that can be made to look like any material… Aside from fiber cement boards, you generally won’t see real concrete in a bathroom because Concrete is susceptible to moisture to the point of mold and mildew potentially growing beneath its surface if water gets trapped below. So it’ll require regular waxing and sealant application every 3 or so months and that’s a bit too high maintenance for most people.

      There are mixtures with fiber re-enforcement instead of just rebar that can make concrete much more crack resistant and high end THOWs tend to be extremely rigid. So it could technically be done…

      While, a 10’x35′ THOW is not going to be light weight or intended to be moved often anyway… But there’s plenty of faux material options these days that avoid all the potential issues, will be cheaper and more DIY friendly, and last longer with lower maintenance and easy to clean…

  • Avatar April
    April 27, 2021, 7:12 pm

    Why don’t you ever give the price or base price for your units?

    • Avatar James D.
      April 27, 2021, 9:54 pm

      That’s on their website… Prices change over time anyway, so always just check the website for what’s current…

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