The Edsel is a stunning tiny home that packs a powerful punch in just 20′. With two lofts, a full-kitchen, bathroom with bathtub, cozy living nook, and tons of storage, it is a tiny dream come true!
- 20′ long
- 8.5′ wide
- 304 square feet
$70,000 as shown – price subject to change with additions or subtractions from included features.
- Two lofts with room for queen-sized mattress in both and built-in storage in both spaces.
- Full kitchen with white cabinets, quartz countertops, tons of upper shelving storage, 2 lazy susans, propane full-sized stove, full-sized stainless steel refrigerator, and large sink with unique antique bronze faucet.
- Large bathroom with bathtub and shower combination that includes custom tile backsplash. Small vanity with mirror above and full-sized closet in bathroom. Also includes propane hot water heater.
- Washer and dryer combination unit under stairs to loft.
- Ceiling fan in home along with electric split unit heating and cooling system.
- Tons of extra storage throughout the home with room for more on open walls.
- Vinylw ood plank flooring that is weather and stain resistent.
The door opens into the kitchen and showcases the interior of the home with white shiplap walls, dark wood accents, and custom shelving and cabinetry throughout.
In the image below, you can see a sofa on the left foreground with the kitchen in the back. The floor space is fall in this home, so you don’t have a true living room but instead a cozy living nook that has room for this sofa. A sleeper sofa, daybed, futon, or just two chairs could also fit into this space easily.
The kitchen is in a U-shape making it convenient but still functional. There are deep white cabinets below the quartz countertops that surround the space. A smaller, think RV-sized, but still, full-sized propane stove is in the center of the “u”. This has a full oven with 4-gas burners. It, along with the refrigerator, has a modern stainless steel exterior.
You can’t look at the kitchen without noticing the shelves above the cabinets. I love the open shelving look in tiny homes because it makes the space seem bigger and doesn’t block off the natural light above.
The sink is nice and deep and includes this gorgeous antique brass faucet. I love these little elements that match throughout this home. You’ll notice the door and cabinet hardware also includes this coating and this follows into the bathroom in the images below.
A look from the door back toward the rest of the home shows the open space between the sofa and stairs to the loft. As you can see, this isn’t a large space but is comfortable for a small family. Of course, this angle also shows the washer and dryer and extra storage cabinets under the stairs, and a view into the bathroom.
In this image, you see how the ladder drops down or fits into place to go to the loft above the kitchen. This loft is smaller but does include some nice-sized storage spaces.
And here you can see the open nooks above and next to the ladder for storage on the outside of this loft. Plus, you get a look over at the stairs with a drawer option for more storage there. Trust me, there i9s no lack of storage in this tiny home on wheels.
They have chosen a single stool for the counter, but you could add two of the fold-down options so they are easy to tuck away when not in use, but also handy for eating at the counter if you prefer.
From this angle, you get a better look toward the “master” loft. To the left are the stairs leading up to the loft and I love the fact that there are rails both on the wall and the outer side of the stairs. You can also see the small open shelf just above the bathroom door for more storage.
The master loft easily fits a full or queen-sized mattress and has this gorgeous skylight above. Plus, I love how they show an option for attaching a headboard to the wall to make it feel more like a traditional bedroom.
This look down into the home from the loft gives you a nice view of the space and how you could lay things out for your own needs. Plus, it shows the doors on the cabinets of the second loft. I like the open and closed storage on this space that gives you options to keep things out or hidden away.
The secondary loft space here is open, cozy, and similar in size as the other loft with room for your choice of mattress and a bit of extra storage if needed.
One of the best parts of this particular tiny home model has to be the bathroom. Sometimes, you just have to be a bit “extra” and this bathroom is clean, classic, and cozy. The bathtub is a nice deep soaking tub but also has the showerhead attachment and even built-in shelving in the tile wall for toiletries.
On the other side of the bathroom, the toilet is in its own little nook with a large closet beside it and next to the sink. This is a smaller sink for the space, but also has that beautiful antique faucet look that we saw earlier in the kitchen. Plus the mirror is not just a mirror, but also looks like it could be a medicine cabinet!
This is the best view of the bathtub and shower. Again, the antique brass fixtures here give it that old farmhouse feeling while being modern and quality.
And lastly, this angle shows a little tucked away slim closet between the stairs outside and the shower inside. I would imagine this is a simple storage closet for something like your mop or broom.
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