High quality doors and windows are very important in a tiny house because of the small space. A few bad windows can turn your home into a greenhouse. Our preferred choice is always Anderson Windows.
If the loft isn’t your first choice this plan offers a queen size pull out bed from under the kitchen. Our design allows you to use the kitchen step handrails as a handle to pull and push the bed with ease. When you wake up you just push the bed to turn your bedroom into a spacious living room.
The kitchen is elevated 33 inches above the main floor, so that means its about 5 feet off the ground giving you a very elevated view out the kitchen and a unique perspective back into the tiny house.
This loft is deep. Deep enough for a King and easily large enough for two twins, or maybe a queen and some cabinetry. The choice is yours. The loft is accessed with a ladder that pulls into place but tucks nicely in the corner when not in use, or we can use a pulley and hinge system to anchor it loft and pull it to the ceiling up and out of the way.
With a large loft comes a large bathroom below it. Washer dryer unit in the bathroom to cut down on noise. Or we could use a combo unit and add some more storage. Large closet and large shower. We can go compost or flushable toilet. Whatever you like.
The exterior is shown in shou sugi ban, but we can do whatever exterior fits your style. With a few modifications we can turn the independence into a gabled roof.