This rustic styled tiny home on wheels includes a unique two room loft above the gooseneck and a log cabin style interior that is sure to please. With multi-purpose spaces, tons of storage, and an upgraded shower and bathtub combination, this 38′ home is ideal for small families looking to downsize!
This home is currently listed on Tiny House Listings at $78,000. It measures 38 feet long, 8 feet wide, and 12 feet high with the lofted space above the gooseneck portion of the home.
Extra special additions in this home include:
- Unique two room loft bedroom with larger space stand-up and a small nook that fits a twin sized bed ideal for children.
- Full-sized shower and bathtub combination with a separate room for the traditional flush toilet and sink.
- Most spaces between 6’6″ and 6’9″ tall with the loft measuring between 5’5″ and 6′.
- Kitchenette with tons of extra storage, two-burner electric cooktop, dishwasher, and refrigerator. Hidden under the counter is also a foldaway dining table that can double as an at home work space.
Light wood walls are accented with dark wood floors and ceiling and a reclaimed wood back wall behind the built-in bench sofa. This sofa sits above deep storage drawers and can easily be used as a third sleeping space if desired.
Just below the window to the left is a short table that can be ideal for kids to eat or a small work space. Opposite this is the kitchenette with a full-sized refrigerator at the end, dishwasher, and sink in the middle, and open cabinets throughout with simple curtain closure.
I absolutely love this “statement wall” that uses the rustic wood look to build a small shelf above the sofa and hold wall sconce lights to add a warm glow to the area. This is the ideal little reading nook or place to lounge while watching a movie with the family.
Looking back from the sofa you get another look at the storage above the kitchen counter as well as a peak into the bathroom and stairs to the loft.
To the right, just inside the front door, is a wall hiding the private toilet and sink room. Across from it is the deep bathtub and shower combination. Between the two spaces are stairs that double as drawers for storage and lead up to the loft.
I love how they used the same rustic reclaimed wood around the back of the kitchen counters to bring the style to life throughout the home. Plus, this image shows the available open shelving above the kitchen counter is sturdy enough to hold a microwave and dinnerware with ease.
It’s the little details that make these tiny homes come to life. A unique rustic styled faucet at the kitchen sink makes you feel like you really are in a log cabin getaway.
The shelves above the kitchen counter are nice and deep so they easily hold your favorite plates, glasses, mugs, and bowls. Plus, you have an outlet tucked between them for your microwave or other small appliances.
This angle also shows the simple 2-burner electric cooktop with open storage beneath. While the space is small, there is potential to replace this with a more traditional or RV sized range with just a little rearranging and work.
I love this view from the stairs leading to the loft. It gives you a nice look at the actual size of the space and how, while this home is small, it has room to move around and not feel overly claustorphobic.
The initial space you reach in the loft is the standing room bedroom with room for a queen-sized bed. This space also has built-in wall sconce lights and room for a bedside table on both sides. Plus, there is a closet here along with all of the storage beneath the stairs.
A unique addition in this lofted space is this little extra nook that holds a twin bed with room to spare. I love this as a place for a kids “bedroom” that is close to parents while still offering everyone a bit of privacy.
The front of the loft is open into the rest of the home here in the smaller nook, and shows the space above the kitchen. There are cabinets here, but also open wall space for additional high storage if you prefer.
From this angle you see a better view of the overall space. You can see the refrigerator better, notice the television mounted on the wall, and the depth of the shelf above the sofa.
And below, is one of my favorite hidden gems in this house. At the end of the counter, right before the refrigerator, is a pull out table that is ideal for a home work space or a romantic meal for two!
One last look at the bathroom area shows the open plumbing/pipes in the bathtub that gives that rustic feeling to the space. You’ll love that this is a nice large and deep soaking bathtub!
If you are interested in making this tiny home on wheels your own, check out the full listing via Tiny House Listings. Let the owners know that iTinyHomes.com sent you their way.