The Updated Layout : Tiny House

26 Aug

A few people have pointed out that we haven’t posted our updated Tiny House layout. Whoops. I’ve been meaning to do it… but just have been too busy. Having said that, I’ve got some time today to  sit in front of the computer and give y’all a look at our layout.

Tiny House Floor Plan

Here is the general floor plan with the loft transparent.The Left side of this picture is the front of the trailer. The big open room is going to be the “master” bedroom”. It actually sits on top of the gooseneck as you see in the next few pictures.

Tiny House Layout Walls Up Loft Showing

Tiny House Layout Transparent Wall Roof Studs Showing

Tiny House Layout Transparent Port Wall

Tiny House Layout Transparent Port Wall

I should point out that a few things will be a bit different. For instance the bathroom entrance will be on the kitchen side. There are also some things we haven’t planned out like how we want to close off the loft.

Tiny House Layout Transparent Starboard Wall

Tiny House Layout Transparent Starboard Wall

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9 Responses to “The Updated Layout : Tiny House”

  1. Luke September 21, 2012 at 12:16 am #

    Love this. Can’t wait to see it @ christmastime.

    • Petey Boy October 3, 2012 at 11:07 am #

      Yeah, I can’t wait till you see it in person, but until then I’ll have more photos up this week.

      • shawn nielsen September 9, 2014 at 9:40 pm #

        Hello pete , nice work ,i know u guys got rid of ur tiny house , sad story, hope all is well,,i got chills knowing u had to sell it .. wow , im going to be doing one, thanks for all the great ideas, was wondering if you where to do it over would u go longer like 40 ‘ or did that 32 ‘ feel huge ?thanks in advance ,,regards, sc nielsen chicago il.

        • Petey Boy September 10, 2014 at 2:45 pm #

          Hello Shawn,

          For a Tiny House, the 32′ felt really nice. The living area in the rear of the trailer had a vaulted ceiling and really made the whole thing feel amazing. I don’t think I would need to go bigger if I was to do it again.

  2. Kit October 24, 2012 at 8:07 pm #

    this is awesome! thank you!

  3. Ryan January 8, 2013 at 9:12 pm #

    Nice job on the SketchUp. I’ve used the program enough to feel comfortable, but not proficient. Any chance you uploaded your model to the SketchUp site? My partner and I are just about to start building on a 34ft. fifth wheel mobile home frame (once we tear down the old shell). We hope to start an active blog tracking our progress. Thanks for letting us peak into your project. Go Wisconsin!

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