From Fort Collins, Colorado-based MitchCraft Tiny Homes is this 24-foot tiny house, custom built for their client, KerriJo. The home was built using structural insulated panels (SIPs) and it has two heat sources.
The SIPs offers higher insulation value and strength compared to traditional stick framing. There is a ductless mini-split AC unit for the primary heating and cooling, and a direct vent propane heater for those cold winter nights.
Inside the home are white beadboard walls, light wood flooring and ceiling, and light green trim around the windows that ties in the exterior color.
With raised platforms on each end, the home is split into three distinct areas. On the first platform is the kitchen and bathroom. Below the platform are two deep slide-out storage bins.
The kitchen has a butcher block counter, a three burner gas range with venting hood, and a refrigerator/freezer set up on a drawer.
Across from the kitchen is the bathroom with shower, modern sink, and composting toilet. There are two cabinets with mirrors in the bathroom as well.
In the main living area is a slide-out bed that can be used as a couch. The top opens to reveal two large storage spaces. The living area also has a fold down table, a chest on rollers, and storage stairs that slide out from under the second platform.
On the second platform is the master bedroom with built-in bed frame. The bed has four drawers and the top lifts up to access the rear storage area. There is also a shelf, clothes rod, and partial privacy wall.
For more pictures and information about KerriJo’s Tiny House, please visit MitchCraft Tiny Homes.
Also available from MitchCraft Tiny Homes: KerriJo's Tiny House, Heather's 37' Gooseneck Tiny House, Francelia's Tiny House, Tara's 33' Gooseneck Tiny House, Davis' Off-Grid Tiny House, Julia's Tiny House, Curtis & April's Tiny House, Eric & Oliver's Tiny House, Elise & Clara's Tiny House, Dennis' Tiny House, Jessica's Tiny House, Bookworm, Blue Moon.
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