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Urban Payette Tiny House with Fold Down Deck!

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Tru Form Tiny recently completed a custom 28′ Urban Payette for a customer, and the results are stunning, as always. This unique home has flat dark green metal siding with cedar accents around the door. The flip-down deck matches and provides outdoor living space wherever the house is parked.

Light wood tones and white shiplap inside the house make the kitchen area look bright and cheerful. A moody book nook sits beneath the small loft, inviting you to curl up with a novel. A storage staircase leads to the main loft bedroom, where the partition wall doubles as a bookcase. What do you like most about this design?

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Metal and Cedar 28′ Tiny House on Wheels

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The sheets of metal exterior are sleek and modern.

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Despite the dark exterior, the interior is so bright!

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The main loft has a partial wall for privacy.

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I love the arched cabinet in the kitchen!

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The built-in bench has beautiful woodwork on the drawers.

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This moody book nook is magical!

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The partition doubles as a bookshelf.

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The bright bathroom has a subway tile shower stall.

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What a gorgeous dark green color.

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The official introduction of our newest Urban Payette:
Another stunning tiny built by your friends at Tru Form Tiny! 🏠 From our home base in Eugene, OR, to its new destination in Novato, CA, this tiny house is ready to be someone’s newest home. I wanted to give you guys a detailed description of this unit, so without further ado:
Featuring sleek architectural design elements like the Triple Triangle Dormer Roof and a Cedar and Standing Metal Awning, this home is modern and thoughtfully designed.
There is a bump-out with drawers and a cozy sofa (2ft) while double skylights flood the space with natural light.
In the kitchen, Shaker cabinets painted in Snowbound White complement the concrete countertops by Ceasarstone, creating a contemporary yet timeless aesthetic. Equipped with a dishwasher, and a 2 burner stove, this kitchen is as functional as it is beautiful.
Outside, there is a fold-down deck and exterior cedar steps. We also included a ring light! There are matt black sconces and designer finishes throughout!
Whether you’re seeking a weekend retreat or a full-time residence, the 28’ Urban Payette is sure to exceed your expectations. Welcome home to Tru Form Tiny!”

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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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  • Donna Rae
    April 25, 2024, 3:01 pm

    This is a beautiful Tiny House! Oh, how I wish I could have a dark exterior like that gorgeous green but in the Southwest, it would generate too much heat and cost too much to keep cool. Perfect for the winter, though!!!! 😉 I do wish that instead of that comfy looking book nook, it was a full sofa so someone can sleep on it whether for a guest or a midday nap. And even though that wood bench is nicely done with lots of yummy detail, it’s just too hard and not nearly deep enough to make it comfortable to sit on. Aesthetically speaking, this Tiny is a winner! Love both the interior and exterior as both being beautiful even though the exterior is impractical for me personally. Kudos to the designers!

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