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Her 22-ft. Tiny House w/ Electric Bed Lift!

Electric bed lifts are such a cool way to include a “downstairs” bedroom into a tiny home without taking up floor space. This custom 22′ Clear Creek built for Veronicque by Tiny Idahomes shows how you can take a traditional tiny house layout and make it extraordinary by adding the electric bed.

In addition to that bed, you’ll find a galley-style kitchen with all the necessary appliances, and a bathroom with a one-piece shower and composting toilet. Finally, there’s a loft bedroom accessible via stairs.

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Amazing Electric Lift Bed Tiny House by Tiny Idahomes!

Veronicque’s 22′ Clear Creek 011

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Here are the stairs to the second bedroom.

Veronicque’s 22′ Clear Creek 010

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The gally kitchen with a stove, oven and full refrigerator.

Veronicque’s 22′ Clear Creek 009

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What pretty butcher block counter tops.

Veronicque’s 22′ Clear Creek 008

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And here is that incredible bed lift!

Veronicque’s 22′ Clear Creek 006

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With the press of a button the bed comes down for bedtime (or naps)

Veronicque’s 22′ Clear Creek 005

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And easily goes back up in the day!

Veronicque’s 22′ Clear Creek 004

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Mini-split system keeps things comfortable.

Veronicque’s 22′ Clear Creek 003

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Here’s the 8 foot loft.

Veronicque’s 22′ Clear Creek 002

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Windows and light paint keeps things open.

Veronicque’s 22′ Clear Creek 001

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Bathroom with spacious shower.

Veronicque’s 22′ Clear Creek 007

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  • 2 X 4 Construction
  • Blown-in Fiberglass Batt Insulation – R-15 in walls, R-15 Ceiling and R-13 Floor
  • V Groove Siding
  • Roofing – Standing Seam metal – Red
  • Kinro vinyl windows – double pane – Sliding– Low E glass with screen
  • 30”, exterior Door, Full lite with built-in blinds, outswing-
  • Interior walls and ceiling- Pine Tongue & Groove
  • Ceiling – Pint Tongue & Groove – Clear Coated
  • Floor – one sheet vinyl –Congoleum
  • 8’ Rear sleeping loft with pine tongue and groove floor
  • 4’ Rear bathroom with 48” one-piece shower
  • Nature’s Head composting toilet
  • Small sink with cabinet below
  • Mirrored medicine cabinet
  • Custom built 24” closet – 2 doors on top with hanging rod, open shelving
  • Mid Kitchen with 24” deep, single basin, drop-in sink Pull out style faucet
  • 21” Furrion- drop in 3-burner cooktop
  • 24” Black Rangehood
  • 9 cu ft Stainless Steel Refrigerator with top freezer
  • Kitchen Cabinets –White shaker style
  • Countertop/Backsplash – American Walnut butcher block
  • The 12-volt electric bed lift system
  • Pine stairs to the loft
  • Pine handrail to loft & loft edge railing
  • Sconce lighting in loft & living area
  • LED lighting in the kitchen & bathroom
  • 9,000 BTU Mini Split
  • 50 AMP RV electrical converter panel, 25’ Power Cord and Connection
  • 6-gallon propane water heater
  • Payload Capacity 2,187 Kg (4,818 lbs)
  • Trailer Weight 4,818 kg (8,200 lbs)
  • The base model for the Clear Creek is $41,800, and as shown in the pictures, this unit came to $50,675.
  • This model, as pictured, sold for $50,675.
  • Contact Tiny Idahomes to get your own!

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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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  • Taylor L Parton
    August 12, 2020, 6:58 am

    What state does this home exist, and what are the Laws on Long term residential living in your State.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      August 12, 2020, 1:49 pm

      I imagine Idaho since it was built there. The laws are really different town to town, so it’s hard to say what the laws are where she’s going.

  • Michael
    August 13, 2020, 3:00 am

    I have been proposing lift up bed all the time. As said it’s a great way to have a downstairs bedroom.
    Unfortunately most THOW with this bed system have and additional crampy loft bedroom which leads mostly to ugly appearance outside and maximum street legal height which isn’t great in hurricane and tornado areas..

    • Natalie C. McKee
      August 14, 2020, 9:29 am

      Are you thinking they should just cut the ceiling height at 8 feet perhaps?

  • Michael
    August 14, 2020, 8:13 pm

    Yeah and it saves on material and labor cost as well as on weight. You don’t need a dormer, additional windows and beside that look will be more pleasant for my taste.

  • nadine cornett
    November 7, 2021, 7:36 pm

    Where can you purchase a bed lift? I looked into Euroloft but they don’t retail, only sell to RV manufacturers. Thanks.

    • James D.
      November 8, 2021, 10:47 am

      Lippert owns the EuroLoft™ Bed Lift and will only sell it to OEMs, but they also offer the older rail system called Happijac Powered Bed Lift, which you can purchase without being an OEM… Though, you can check for any resellers of RV parts, from RV junk yards, etc. to see if they have any in stock as there’s often someone reclaiming useful parts for people maintaining older RV’s that may no longer be supported.

      Alternatively, there’s Castle Winch, LLC that offers a similar rail system, which do sell direct and I believe have a website…

      Also, you may be able to find MOAB Elevator Bed offered in some places…

      Basic problem is most commercial options are from European/Asian market companies, which have to be imported and that’s presently a problem, and even the above ones that you can find in the states there’s a high cost involved of $2000 or more that makes them cost prohibitive…

      So a lot of people will just improvise and either adapt a lift system meant for attics or garages, which are a lot easier to find and not as high priced, or just create their own system, which can look jerry-rigged and may lack safety features but people have done working systems for as little as $100 in parts for a simple hoist system or just manual pulley system…

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