Tiny houses have been around for a number of years now, and during that time, they have become more and more popular.
Traditionally, most tiny house bedrooms are situated in lofts, rather than on the ground floor.
That is changing now, as we are seeing more and more tiny homes with downstairs bedrooms. But many of these still include at least one loft.
What Makes Tiny house Lofts Awesome
Putting the bedroom in a loft in a tiny house allows one to maximize the use of vertical space in a creative way, freeing up more room on the ground floor.
Doing so makes it possible to enjoy a larger kitchen and sitting area.
A lot of people also enjoy lofts for other reasons. They are cozy and offer beautiful views of both the house itself and the outdoors.
Indeed, sleeping in a tiny house loft is a bit like sleeping in a nest!
How Many Lofts Can A Tiny House Feature?
Most tiny houses feature one or two lofts. It is rare to see more than that. Usually, if there are two lofts, there will be a master loft serving as a bedroom, and a smaller loft which may be used either as an additional sleeping space or for storage.
How Do You Climb Up to a Tiny house loft?
There are two main ways to reach tiny house lofts: steps and ladders.
Some houses use only ladders, while others use only stairs. Still, others will feature a set of stairs leading up to the master loft, and a ladder leading to the secondary loft.
Traditional steps are easier and more pleasant for a lot of people to use (and are arguably safer).
On the other hand, ladders offer major space-saving benefits, presenting a minimalist solution that is entirely unobtrusive. You may even be able to push the ladder out of the way, sometimes concealing it all together, when it is not in use.
Is a Tiny House With a Loft Right For You?
If you have trouble climbing stairs or a ladder (or think you might in the future), you probably would be better off choosing a tiny house that includes a downstairs bedroom.
If, on the other hand, stairs or ladders do not present a problem for you, you may enjoy a tiny house loft.
Tiny house lofts are pretty cozy and enclosed for the most part, but some of them feel surprisingly spacious and open.
Most tiny house lofts do not offer much (or anything) in the way of privacy, but this too can vary from builder to builder and model to model.
You’ll get an idea for the variations in loft design as you explore our list of beautiful tiny house lofts below.
80 Most Incredible Tiny house Lofts
Now that we’ve had a chance to talk about what you can expect from tiny house lofts in general, let’s check out some specific examples of astonishing loft design!
1. Tiny House With Two Large, Semi-Private Lofts
This tiny house measures 30’, and was built by a man in Idaho. Originally, he designed it for himself, but he decided to put it up for sale.
Here are the steps which lead up to one of the two lofts, this one situated over the kitchen. As you can see, it is mostly walled off from the rest of the house, offering a fair degree of privacy.
It is hard to believe these aren’t ground floor bedrooms. Wow!
Be sure and check out the source link to see both bedrooms and explore the rest of this impressive home.
Tiny House Tour: Tiny House With Two Large, Semi-Private Lofts
2. Unique Kitchen Loft
Almost every tiny house layout you will come across features the lofts serving as either bedrooms or storage spaces, with the kitchen on the ground floor.
But one exceptional house is the 8’ x 26’ “The Loft” by Incredible Tiny Homes.
Here is a shot of the downstairs part of the house. No kitchen! This makes it possible to fit in multiple rooms on the ground floor with sliding barn doors—even with only 208 square feet to work with. A lot of tiny houses which are significantly larger don’t have this kind of ground floor space.
Here is the unique kitchen loft, which includes a large sink with a high faucet, an apartment-size fridge and freezer, and an oven and cooktop along with counter space to either side.
The other loft which is located at the opposite end of the tiny house can function as a bedroom, or be used for whatever purpose you intend.
I highly recommend that you check out the full post so that you can view all the photos which show off this distinctive and clever tiny house layout.
Tiny House Tour: Unique Kitchen Loft
3. The K2 Gives You a Few From a Height
The K2 tiny house model from Tiny Idahomes is a gorgeous modern tiny house which will blow you away inside and out.
Here you can see the stunning exterior of this tiny home, complete with a huge awning, which could provide shelter for a sizable porch. To the right of the awning, you can behold the distinctive window of the loft. Its unusual shape adds interest to the appearance of the home and hints at what is inside.
The builder decided to make this loft feel as spacious, airy, and open as possible. To that end, there is no railing between it and the main section of the home. Even though the loft itself is not huge, the large windows and the unique contours of the ceiling create a sense of expansiveness. There are also spectacular views at both the foot and the head of the bed.
If you are wondering what the view of the rest of the interior looks like, you will want to check out the full post below for more astonishing photos are of this stunning tiny house.
Tiny House Tour: The K2 Gives You a Few From a Height
4. A Larger Loft by Request
The Oregon Cottage Company constructed the Ynez tiny house as a custom model for a customer.
While the customer wanted a quaint little house, and got one, she was concerned about the loft feeling small and cramped. So, to grant her request, the builder constructed a unique, spacious loft.
This photo taken from that loft does well to emphasize how roomy it appears. This seems to have been accomplished both through the pitch of the ceiling immediately over the loft and the contrast with the more pronounced pitch of the ceiling across the way. This makes it seem as if the loft “opens up” inside.
You can view other angles of the loft as well as take a tour around the rest of the house at the source link.
Tiny House Tour: A Larger Loft by Request
5. A Cozy Little Nest to Sleep In
While many people want a spacious, airy loft, others prefer a loft to feel as cozy and enclosed as possible. For those who prefer the latter, the flagship tiny house “The Maverick” by Maverick Tiny Homes is sure to impress.
The design of the loft and how it is situated with respect to the rest of the house is immediately eye-catching. Whereas it is common to have a flight of stairs leading up to the loft directly inside the kitchen or living room of a tiny house, the staircase has been pushed back behind the kitchen. In fact, it is a traditional stairwell, sectioned off and semi-private, rather than being a part of the main living space.
This makes the connection between the loft and the main living space feel a bit less “direct.” Indeed, the loft has been partly closed off from the rest of the home, but there is a large “window” looking between the main living space and the loft. You can see a closer look below.
The effect is that of a high, cozy nest presiding over the rest of the interior.
You can visit the source link for more photos of the loft and the rest of the home, inside and out.
Tiny House Tour: A Cozy Little Nest to Sleep In
6. The Willamette Farmhouse
If you would like a tiny house which includes lofts that are somewhat more private than those which are typical, you may enjoy the unique double loft layout of the Willamette Farmhouse.
On one end of the house, there is a great room with a sleeping loft above. On the other end of the house, there is a smaller den, with another sleeping loft situated above it.
The description I just gave is based on the layout image. This photo seems to show a slightly different layout, but that could be because there are multiple length options for this particular build.
Regardless, there are a couple of benefits to this “loft” you see here, which is almost a bit more like split level design. The first is that you only need to climb a few steps to reach the bedroom. The second is that the bedroom is largely walled off, and presumably, there is a sliding door that you can close for complete privacy.
Tiny House Tour: The Willamette Farmhouse
7. The Haleakala from Tiny Pacific Houses
Worried you won’t have enough floor space up in your tiny house loft? The Haleakala by Tiny Pacific Homes offers 187 square feet of downstairs space along with 120 square feet of loft space.
Here’s a shot of the interior. You can see that the loft is situated relatively low, which helps open up the headroom upstairs.
Even with a large bed in the loft, the vast majority of the floor space around it is still wide open. So, that gives you plenty of flexibility for furnishings, decor, or simply leaving the floor open for other use. It is also cool how a ladder leads up through a hole in the floor to reach the loft, rather than being propped up against the edge. It is worth checking out the rest of the photos of the home to better understand the layout.
Tiny House Tour: The Haleakala from Tiny Pacific Houses
8. Vermont Tiny-Loft Cabin
This 10’ x 16’ loft cabin was built by its owner. To me, both the cabin and the grounds where it is located are among the most beautiful I have seen.
The rustic style is a perfect complement to the two acres of gorgeous terrain.
The bedroom loft is a dream! It is like a traditional attic bedroom, complete with a steepled ceiling. Because there is so much vertical clearance, it has been possible to put a bed in there rather than just a futon. It looks like the bed was custom-designed to match the natural wood railings.
I highly recommend checking out the full post. There are many more photos which show off the rest of the tiny cabin, and you can also see some photos documenting its construction. If you are thinking about building your own tiny house, you should find them inspiring.
Tiny House Tour: Vermont Tiny-Loft Cabin
9. Small, Modern Loft
A lot of the tiny house designs which are popular these days have a rustic flavor to them. But if you prefer something a bit more contemporary, you may appreciate the design features in this Florida tiny accommodation where you can book a stay.
The tiny house is called the Ritz. With every surface oozing modern luxury, it is easy to understand why.
This tiny loft is very small and basic, offering just enough room to comfortably sleep. Nonetheless, it makes this list because of its aesthetics, which perfectly complements the modern décor and materials found throughout the tiny accommodation. Plus, you can actually try it! So, visit the source link to learn more and find out how to book your stay.
Tiny House Tour: Small, Modern Loft
10. So Much Upstairs Space
Woodland Escape is a lovely tiny house by Lil Bear Tiny Homes.
The house measures just 20’, but you can tell just from looking at the exterior that it offers a significant amount of vertical space. As you’ll see, that means plenty of room up in the loft.
There is a small loft above the bedroom, and a larger one above the kitchen. Making it easy to access both is a catwalk which runs along one of the walls. Not only does this offer convenience, but it also increases the sense that this house truly features an “upstairs.” The middle section of the house is left wide open to make the most of the high ceiling.
Tiny House Tour: So Much Upstairs Space
11. A Luxurious Tiny Farmhouse Featuring a Full-Size Loft Bedroom
Among the most breathtaking tiny houses, we have featured to date is this farmhouse-style tiny house.
As you can see, despite its small profile, it looks very much like a traditional farmhouse, complete with a wide porch framed by elegant columns. Just from this look at the exterior, you can imagine the impressive size of the loft bedroom.
An ornate railing separates the bedroom loft from the rest of the house, so it is a very wide-open design. A high ceiling, a regular bed, beautiful furnishings, and windows all around make this space feel more like a traditional bedroom than a loft.
There are so many beautiful photos of this house, which is just dripping with luxury. You’ll definitely want to pop by the source link to check them out. That way you can put this lovely bedroom in context!
Tiny House Tour: A Luxurious Tiny Farmhouse Featuring a Full-Size Loft Bedroom
12. Two Enormous Private Lofts in One Breathtaking Tiny House
The Carpathian tiny house by Tiny Idahomes features some exquisite design flourishes together with a smart floor plan featuring not one, but two huge lofts.
One of the two lofts, not pictured here, is accessible via a short flight of steps, and is more of a “split level.” The one we are looking at is the master loft, reached via a higher flight of stairs with an ornate railing. As you can see, the stairs appear to lead “nowhere,” but this is only because the same beautiful wood panels which were used to make the wall of the loft also make up the hidden door. That means complete privacy for the occupant and an elegant look from the main living space.
Here is what it looks like inside the master bedroom. The curved shape of the ceiling and the contrast between the black trim and the white walls make for a stunning space, refined in its simplicity.
The same black trim is repeated across from the bed at the foot, as are the bedside reading lamps (a second pair hangs to either side of the closet). The closet itself is accessible via its large sliding doors, painted the same color as the trim. It fills most of the wall, so it offers a huge amount of storage space.
The second bedroom in the lower loft on the opposite side of the house has a similar appearance but substitutes a flat ceiling for the curved one. It also substitutes the single large bed for a set of twin bunk beds. So, it is the perfect room for siblings to share.
You will definitely want to visit the source link to see additional photos of both bedrooms and the rest of the house.
Tiny House Tour: Two Enormous Private Lofts in One Breathtaking Tiny House
13. Cozy Little Loft With Built-In Shelves
As a contrast with some of the larger lofts I have been showing off in this post, I want to show you a really quaint, cozy loft where you can snuggle in for the night.
This beautiful modern tiny house is the “Saule” by the Canadian builder Minimaliste. The house features a simple cube shape, and you can see at a glance that it offers a lot of vertical space, perfect for including a loft. Ignoring the loft, the home features 235 square feet of space, but with the loft included, it offers 260 square feet of space.
A low wall serves as a partial partition between the loft and the rest of the home, leaving an open view between each. As you can see, the loft itself is tiny, but looks super comfortable! Open shelves spanning the wall at the foot of the bed offer storage space without making the space feel cramped, while a large window on the right brings in fresh air and sunlight.
Tiny House Tour: Cozy Little Loft With Built-In Shelves
14. LoTR-Themed Tiny House
If you enjoy The Lord of the Rings and fantasy artwork, you will want to check out the amazing crafts of Glen Michael Herbert, who customized his own tiny van conversion.
He has personalized seemingly every surface inside the home, bringing unique textures and bold, imaginative colors to the interior of his van. At the back of the van, you can see his small loft bed beyond the curtains.
Glen can reach the bed by climbing a short ladder. Check out the ornate wood carving on the side of the bed! To offer illumination, there is a small round window as well as a reading lamp. At nighttime, the loft would be almost completely dark with the curtains drawn and the light off.
I suggest that you check out all the photos of this beautiful custom DIY van conversion at the source link. Every one of them is amazing, and you will find few other tiny houses which are as uniquely imaginative as this one.
Tiny House Tour: LoTR-Themed Tiny House
15. Large Loft With a Beautiful Floor
The 28’ Chalet tiny house was crafted by Mini Mansions Tiny Home Builders.
The house has two lofts. The master loft is located up above the kitchen, while the secondary loft is located across from it on the opposite side of the house.
This photo was taken from the master loft, at the edge of the bed. It shows off how much open floor space is left available in the master loft, and gives you a view across the way to the secondary storage loft. Check out the gorgeous hardwood!
Incidentally, this tiny house also has a small downstairs bedroom. So, that gives you up to three sleeping spaces if you need them. If just one or two people will be staying in the tiny house, that could free up any two of the three spaces for other uses, which is awesome. Many more photos are at the source link.
Tiny House Tour: Large Loft With a Beautiful Floor
16. Simple, Small, and Delightful Loft With Views to Either Side
Let’s take a look at the Epic Modern Farmhouse by Tree Hugger Tiny Homes, a Canadian builder which does a lot of great work.
With its combination of Heron Blue steel siding and natural wood on the exterior, it immediately catches the eye.
The loft features a low ceiling and definitely falls into the “cozy” pile rather than the “spacious” pile, but there is still open floor space all around the large bed. On either side of the bed are small bedside tables, but what really makes this bedroom stunning are the wall-spanning windows. Just imagine the views you could enjoy if you parked this house somewhere nice.
Tiny House Tour: Simple, Small, and Delightful Loft With Views to Either Side
17. The Noyer Tiny House
Now let’s check out another tiny home by Minimaliste which was custom-built for a client in California. The house is called the Noyer.
The Noyer measures 30’ x 10.5’ and offers 331 ft.² of space. According to the builder, “This house is quite different from our previous projects on many levels, including the roof slope and the bedroom layout. This unit, just like all of our houses, is meant to perform as well in a Californian climate as in a northern climate such as Quebec.”
The loft of the house stands out for a couple of reasons. The first is the unusual orientation of the bed, with the low wall partitioning off the bedroom from the living room serving as the headboard. In most tiny houses, the foot of the bed faces the partition. Theoretically, the owner of the home could simply switch things around if they preferred—although bedside tables have already been incorporated into the partition/headboard complete with contemporary lamps to match the decor.
The other noteworthy thing about this loft is the fact that the ceiling pitches directly above the head of the bed—which is the other reason one probably wouldn’t want to reverse the configuration. Headroom is maximized with the bed in its current orientation.
There are many more photos of the rest of the house, so check out the source link to put this loft in context.
Tiny House Tour: The Noyer Tiny House
18. Cool Minimalist Layout Featuring Two Lofts
Minimaliste is a builder that sometimes very much lives up to its name. That is certainly the case with their minimalist design of the “Orme” tiny house.
The interior of the tiny house is distinctive and unusual, featuring contrasting black and wood tones and an emphasis on simple geometric forms. A set of steps leads up to one of the two lofts, while behind us, the secondary loft can be reached via a ladder.
Perhaps the most visually striking feature of the entire interior is the set of “railings” (I’m not even sure how to refer to them—partitions?) which screen off the secondary loft. The strips of black plywood reach clear from the floor of the loft up to the ceiling. Peering through the gap between them, we get a good visual overview of the layout of the entire home clear across to the loft on the opposite side.
Because this is such an artistic and unusual interior, I recommend visiting the source link to check out the rest of the photos. The exterior of this tiny house is also very distinctive.
Tiny House Tour: Cool Minimalist Layout Featuring Two Lofts
19. Loft With Partition That Includes Built-In Storage
Let’s check out another tiny house by Minimaliste, this one commissioned by an Ontario couple. Minimaliste described the goal of the design as being a “very functional space while making sure they don’t feel boxed in their home.”
There are two lofts in the home. The master loft is accessible via a flight of steps, while the secondary loft can be reached by climbing a ladder. A minimalist, industrial-style railing fronts the secondary loft, while the master loft has a wall partition.
That wall partition is a standout feature because it pulls double duty as a custom storage area at the foot of the bed. As you can see, it consists of two closets and two sets of shelves and drawers. The materials are a perfect match for those used for the rest of the house.
Also, in case you’re wondering, there is a large window on each of the walls to either side of the bed, perfect for letting through a cross breeze on a warm day. You can see more photos of the loft and the rest of the tiny house at the source link.
Tiny House Tour: Loft With Partition That Includes Built-In Storage
20. Loft With Cool Lighted Flight of Stairs
The Blue Mountains Luxury Tiny House is a unique modern design that has been getting a lot of attention on social media lately.
The jet black exterior and minimalist design really stand out.
The interior is also visually striking. My favorite feature is not the loft, but rather the steps that lead up to it. The loft itself is pretty basic, but the illumination for each individual step is both aesthetically pleasing and an excellent safety feature for nighttime.
There is also a second loft across from this one on the opposite side of the house. You can reach it by walking along a narrow carpeted catwalk from the first loft. There is a railing spanning the entire catwalk so that it is safe and comfortable to traverse.
Speaking of cats, this tiny house includes a number of exciting built-in features just for feline occupants, including an outdoor tunnel where cats can play safely.
You will want to drop by the source link to take a look at all of the amazing features in this tiny house, including additional photos of the two lofts and the catwalk connecting them.
Tiny House Tour: Loft With Cool Lighted Flight of Stairs
21. Tiny House With Two Lofts and the Most Beautiful Partition Ever
The next house I am going to show you was custom-built by its owners, Shane and Zeena. It is completely off-the-grid and self-sufficient. Needless to say, the story behind this house is an inspirational one, and there are a lot of exciting features.
Measuring 360 square feet, the home includes both a master bedroom loft and a nursery loft.
Storage steps lead up to the master loft. While basic, it is pretty spacious, with plenty of walking space on both sides of the bed and extra floor space at the foot of the bed. There are narrow windows spanning the walls to either side and behind the bed, bringing in light from all sides.
But the most amazing feature from a visual standpoint in this home is no doubt the beautiful artistic wood partition which partially screens off the smaller, lower loft that the couple used as an office before converting it into a nursery.
You can find out more about this off-the-grid DIY tiny house by visiting the source link.
Tiny House Tour: Tiny House With Two Lofts and the Most Beautiful Partition Ever
22. Beautiful in Blue
I will start with an exterior shot of this tiny house in Hawaii because it is absolutely adorable!
With its bright blue paint and white trim and the amazing round window, it stands out in an instant.
The blue color scheme continues in the loft bedroom, where the back wall is painted light blue to contrast with the white walls and ceiling. Bedside tables are built-in, and overhead reading lamps can be adjusted as needed. Windows to either side let in sunlight and views.
The bed itself has been custom-made for this home, with the base at the foot of the bed painted the same blue as the back wall. Along the side are storage drawers to ensure that no space in the bedroom goes to waste.
You can view additional photos of the bedroom loft at the source link.
Tiny House Tour: Beautiful in Blue
23. Rustic Tiny Cabin with Huge Loft
In these photos, you can see a rustic tiny cabin as decorated by its owners which were designed by Alabama Custom Cabins.
Alabama Custom Cabins writes, “We visited the Oakes cabin yesterday. Ms. Robin has decorated their cabin very nicely. The narrow window in the living has a beautiful tree behind it on the outside (looks like a picture when viewing through the cabin).”
As you can see, the home features amazing rustic vibes. Located above the kitchen is a large loft. As there is a downstairs bedroom as well as a downstairs sitting area, I’m not sure what the loft is currently being used for. Unfortunately, there are no closer photos of it. But you can tell just from this one that it offers a lot of extra living space which could be put to just about any use you could imagine.
Tiny House Tour: Rustic Tiny Cabin with Huge Loft
24. Rose Bud Tiny House
This tiny house is an amazing custom build by Elite Tiny Homes.
Called “Rose Bud,” it has a rustic exterior and interior and features amazing woodwork.
As you can see, the loft in this house is small, reached by climbing a ladder in the kitchen. Nothing partitions it off from the kitchen, and it is essentially part of one integrated living space. But being as you would sleep surrounded by gorgeous wood on all sides, I can’t see why you would want to partition off this loft at all. It is much better to be able to admire the entire home from your sleeping space.
Tiny House Tour: Rose Bud Tiny House
25. Lost Lake Resort Park Model
In all fairness, this next house located at Lost Lake Resort is not exactly tiny being it features multiple buildings as well as an elaborate outdoor living space. Nevertheless, its layout is essentially what you’d expect from a tiny house, albeit an extremely luxurious one.
You can appreciate the familiarity of the layout from this shot of the kitchen and the stairs that lead up to the loft. A full-length mirror on the way up the stairs offers you the convenience of being able to check your appearance on your way to or from the loft. Along with the loft bedroom, the home also features a downstairs bedroom.
The ceiling is low in the loft, but somehow it doesn’t feel that way. This could be because of the shape of the ceiling as well as the placement of the lamp directly under the highest part of the ceiling. The light naturally draws the eye to that point, emphasizing where the ceiling is at its highest and increasing the sense of space.
The loft bedroom also feels luxurious because of the inclusion of a traditional bed as well as some beautiful furnishings. In particular, the wood bookshelf (which looks to be holding Blu-Ray discs right now) stands out. A long window lines the wall next to the bed, offering views of the resort.
Needless to say, you are going to want to check out photos of the downstairs bedroom as well. You can do so and also see more photos of this lovely resort house at the source link.
Tiny House Tour: Lost Lake Resort Park Model
26. Loft With Hidden Floor Storage
Do you worry that you won’t have enough storage space in your tiny house loft bedroom? If so, you will enjoy checking out the special storage features in the 289 ft.² Vulcan tiny house.
Here is a look at the bedroom loft in this tiny house. Immediately, it impresses you with its cozy look. Even with the large bed, there is plenty of storage space and floor space available. In fact, you might think that the cabinets you see directly next to the bed are more than adequate. But it turns out they don’t have to be because there is extra hidden storage concealed under the floorboards.
The compartments look to be pretty shallow, but they do exist, and they would be perfect for storing relatively small or flat items (i.e. your rolled-up socks). It is a clever feature, and not one which I have seen in a lot of other tiny house loft bedrooms.
This tiny house was a DIY project. So, to get inspired, make sure that you check out the other photos of the completed house.
Tiny House Tour: Loft With Hidden Floor Storage
27. Welsh Self-Catering Barn Conversion Tiny Accommodation With Incredible Views
If you will be in Snowdonia, Wales, consider booking a stay at this amazing tiny accommodation at a working farm in Dyffryn Ardudwy.
The tiny house features a wide-open living space with incredible views. In this photo, you can see the steps which lead up to the spacious bedroom loft. There is also a downstairs bedroom with twin beds in it.
Here’s the incredible view which you have looked down from the bedroom loft.
You will want to check out photos of the loft itself, as well as the downstairs bedroom and the exterior of the tiny accommodation. To do so, and to find out how you can book a stay, visit the source link.
28. The Green Mountain Tiny House
Another tiny house where you can book a stay to experience tiny living is the Green Mountain Tiny House in Vermont.
The tiny accommodation measures 280 ft.². It features white walls and a high, pitched ceiling in natural wood color with large skylights bringing in sunlight from overhead. Steps behind the kitchen leaked to the loft.
While very tiny, the loft is flooded with natural light from windows on both sides and features two large cabinets where you can store your things while you are on your trip.
If you want to check out other photos or find out how you can book a stay at this tiny house in Vermont, visit the source link.
Tiny House Tour: The Green Mountain Tiny House
29. A Homey Loft in “The Best Little Hen House”
The Best Little Hen House is a Freedom Style affordable tiny house measuring 8’ x 16’ designed by Incredible Tiny Homes.
The adorable little rustic hideaway is every bit as cute as its name and looks like it belongs in a storybook.
As this house is quite small even by tiny house standards, the loft is quite small as well and is located right above the kitchen. But it is a homey little perch overlooking the rest of the house, and would be just right for one person living on their own, or maybe even two.
I recommend visiting the source link for more photos, and also clicking through to the builder from that page. I think you will be amazed at just how affordable it can be to purchase a tiny house from Incredible Tiny Homes.
Tiny House Tour: A Homey Loft in “The Best Little Hen House”
30. Crows’ Hermitage
There is a stunning tiny house retreat located at Ardcath near Dublin called, “Crows’ Hermitage.
You can see that even the exterior of this tiny accommodation is quite magical. It was originally a barn. In 2008, it was refurbished and modified into a tiny accommodation.
The bedroom loft offers a magnificent view of both the tiny house interior itself and the scenery through the huge glass windows and doors which encompass the entire front of the house.
Every inch of this beautiful tiny house is worth exploring. So make sure you click through to the original post so that you can see all the photos of the tiny house and its grounds and also find out how you can book a stay and experience it for yourself on your next trip to Ireland.
Tiny House Tour: Crows’ Hermitage
31. 160-Square-Foot Tiny House With a Roomy Loft
The Cheyenne Tiny House by Incredible Tiny Homes measures a mere 160 square feet. But even with such a tiny profile, it packs in a lot of comfort, including a beautiful loft.
The storage steps leading up to the loft feature a unique natural wood railing.
The loft itself also features a natural wood railing.
Tiny House Tour: 160-Square-Foot Tiny House With a Roomy Loft
32. Tiny House With Two 8’ x 10’ Lofts
When I spotted this 384-square-foot tiny house for sale in South Carolina, it was only $55,000.
As you can see, it is a beautiful house in great condition. Adding to be usable for space are two lofts which each measure an impressive 8’ x 10’.
Here, you can get a look at the master bedroom loft which features beautiful and unique textures with a brick wall in back and wood overhead. Remember, the other loft is just as spacious as this one, and could accommodate a bed the same size if needed.
Tiny House Tour: Tiny House With Two 8’ x 10’ Lofts
33. A Cozy Loft in an Energy-Efficient Home
If one of the appeals of tiny living for you is the chance to reduce your energy footprint, you will probably like this house which was posted for sale in Signal Mountain, Tennessee.
It features a cedar siding and a green metal roof along with a small, sheltered porch. Impressively, even with the air conditioner running 24/7, the owner of the home listing it for sale reported that his highest electric bill for a month which was $20.
The house features a cozy loft with just enough room to accommodate a large bed. It shares the same rustic appearance as the rest of the home and is brightened by the addition of cute red curtains.
Tiny House Tour: A Cozy Loft in an Energy-Efficient Home
34. 430-Square-Foot Home With a Massive Loft
The Nimbus by Simblissity is a 430-square-foot home, making it one of the larger tiny houses on our list. It features a huge loft, but it is also handicap-accessible on the ground floor.
The builder writes, “This home was built with the special needs of a family member in mind. These features include extra width for wheelchair access, ground floor bedroom, steel loft supports for metal track/sling installation from bed to bathroom, and large shower with room for a portable bathtub.”
That seriously has to be one of the most enormous tiny house lofts I think I have seen. I am assuming we are getting a pretty good feeling for size by looking at those benches ( I think they are benches?). It would be great to see a shot that includes a bed to get an even better sense of the scale. Either way, it looks like you would have amazing flexibility with configuring this space to your needs.
Tiny House Tour: 430-Square-Foot Home With a Massive Loft
35. The Serenitas
A truly tiny house is the Serenitas by Incredible Tiny Homes. Measuring 8’ x 18’, it contains only 144 square feet of space.
Nevertheless, this little house has been well-designed, making 144 square feet surprisingly spacious and functional.
Here is the adorable little loft. It has literally just enough room to accommodate the bed. The colorful bedspread and curtain complement each other well and lend the loft a cheerful vibe. There isn’t enough room for bedside tables, so instead there are shelves located in each corner up above.
Tiny House Tour: The Serenitas
36. The Valhalla
SimBLISSity’s 344-square-foot Valhalla tiny home is a breathtaking tiny house which includes two lofts.
The living room features some eclectic touches including colorful cushions and pillows on the couch and ornate décor above where one of the lofts is situated. There is a small table/desk under one of the windows which can likely be collapsed out of the way when it is not needed.
Atop the short flight of storage steps leading to the loft, there is a landing which features a really cool artistic shelf with unusually shaped cubbies to display décor.
Climbing up into that loft, you can admire the impressive amount of storage space available! The back wall includes a closet on the left, several long shelves in the middle, and the decorative shelves you saw from below.
I really would have liked to share even more photos of this beautiful house and its two lofts in this article. So, I urge you to visit the original post where you can explore this house in detail!
Tiny House Tour: The Valhalla
37. Tiny Barn With Rustic Loft
If you don’t mind something a little rustic, this tiny barn was posted for sale for only $12,000.
Given the low price, you may be surprised to discover that the interior is just as nice as the exterior.
In fact, here it is, complete with a spacious loft and a corrugated metal ceiling. What a sweet deal!
Tiny House Tour: Tiny Barn With Rustic Loft
38. Loft With Amazing Flip-Around TV
If you appreciate tiny houses with amazing modern conveniences, you will love this 240-square-foot domicile which was posted for sale in Oklahoma.
In the kitchen, you can see the ladder which leads to the loft. If you look up where the railing is, you see a TV that is currently facing the main living area and serving as a partial barrier between the bedroom and the rest of the house.
From the bedroom loft, it is possible to flip the TV around so that it is now facing the bed! You can also appreciate from this angle just how open and roomy the loft feels with those huge wall-spanning windows to either side!
Tiny House Tour: Loft With Amazing Flip-Around TV
39. Tiny Idahomes Tiny House With Two Huge Lofts
Now I want to show you a Tiny Idahomes house which includes two huge, airy lofts.
First up is the master loft containing a large bed with the headboard also serving as a shelf and barrier. The low partition leaves the loft wide open otherwise to the rest of the home, making it feel like an airy perch. Light and views come in through large windows and skylights. So, even with the low ceiling, it feels amazingly accommodating.
The second loft, which you see here, currently has a couch that looks like it can be expanded into a large bed. So, this can serve as a second bedroom, complete with another partition offering shelf space and large windows to bring in natural light.
You could also use it as a sitting room, entertainment room, study, or some other type of room.
Every part of this tiny house is as beautiful and light-drenched as the two lofts. So, if you enjoyed them, make sure you check out the rest of the photos at the original post.
Tiny House Tour: Tiny Idahomes Tiny House With Two Huge Lofts
40. The Seaside Tiny House
The Seaside is a beautiful house by one of our favorite builders, Pratt Homes.
The house features a huge, sheltered porch, which welcomes you to a spacious and luxurious interior.
Inside the house, there are beautiful hardwood floors, a huge kitchen, and on top of that, a spacious loft which you can reach via a flight of steps. Even with the large kitchen, the builder has still found room for a roomy seating area as well.
Tiny House Tour: The Seaside Tiny House
41. Rookwood Cottage
If you’re looking to save money on a tiny house and you are up for living in an abode which is truly tiny, I highly recommend taking a look at everything that Incredible Tiny Homes has to offer.
Here is their 160-square-foot Rookwood Home. It is a cozy little house that is perfect for one or two people.
Like many other tiny houses by this builder, this little cottage essentially has a single combined living space. You can access the cute little loft from the kitchen using a ladder in front of the bathroom.
Tiny House Tour: Rookwood Cottage
42. Eco Cabins Tiny House
If you like tiny houses that feature a modern style, I think you are going to fall in love with this tiny house by Eco Cabins. At the time that I found it, it was listed for sale for a shockingly low $30,000.
The interior features a minimalist style and the walls are full of windows. The loft, like the rest of the home, is simple. Only a minimal railing is present, so there is a seamless flow of space between the loft and the rest of the house.
Originally, I was going to share another photo of the loft, but I decided to share the exterior instead. That way, you can check out the huge sliding glass doors which take up a significant section of one of the walls. You can imagine just how much natural light is in this house and what a wide-open feeling it would have.
You can see more photos of the loft and the rest of the house at the source link, so check it out.
Tiny House Tour: Eco Cabins Tiny House
43. Mountain Farmer Tiny Cabin
If you will be in the neighborhood of the Cosby/Newport part of Tennessee at any point, you will want to place a reservation to stay at the Mountain Farmer Tiny Cabin.
Just look at the breathtaking view of the forest and mountains you will be able to enjoy when you are relaxing in the hot tub.
The quaint bedroom loft is so rustic and adorable. It has just enough room to sleep, but feels cozy rather than cramped since it is unified with the rest of the home, separated only by a low railing from the kitchen and seating area below.
Across from it, there is also a very small storage loft. You can take a look at this and explore the rest of the tiny accommodation at the source link. There, you can also find out what you need to know about placing a reservation to stay there on your next trip to Tennessee. It looks like a truly delightful tiny house in a remarkable location, so don’t miss out on your chance to indulge in your tiny dreams.
Tiny House Tour: Mountain Farmer Tiny Cabin
44. The Judy Blue Eyes
The Judy Blue Eyes is a unique tiny house designed by SimBLISSity.
The builder writes that the person who commissioned it was a “delightful, colorful, young woman on her way to California to become a filmmaker” in search of a home to “warm her soul and future.”
The entire house includes eclectic, unique design features that complement the owner’s personality. But the loft is one of the most impressive features of the home. The pitch of the ceiling along with the large, round mirror behind the bed does a great job making the loft feel larger than it really is. Large windows to either side of the bed along with a skylight above bring lots of natural light into the sleeping area.
The whole house is really cool, so I recommend checking out all the photos at the source link.
Tiny House Tour: The Judy Blue Eyes
45. Comfortable Living in Just 128 Square Feet
Incredible Tiny Homes is a builder that impresses me consistently with their surprisingly functional tiny house layouts with incredibly small footprints. This particular house measures only 128 square feet.
There are two lofts in the house. One of them is a very small storage loft. The other is a bedroom loft which is surprisingly roomy.
If you go back and look at the exterior photo, you can understand how so much clearance as possible. Even though the house is tiny, it features a lot of vertical space.
Tiny House Tour: Comfortable Living in Just 128 Square Feet
46. The Riverbend Tiny House
Next on our list is another home from Incredible Tiny Homes. This one is called the Riverbend Cottage.
It is an adorable tiny house measuring just 180 square feet designed for a cat owner.
I’m not sure why the final step that leads to the loft is such a big one. Anyway, the loft itself looks amazing! The builder has found room for a full traditional dresser next to the bed.
Tiny House Tour: The Riverbend Tiny House
47. Loft With a View
If you like the idea of having an incredible view of both your home’s interior and the scenery outside, you are going to adore the Riversong Lodge and its amazing loft.
While the house features rustic materials on the exterior, including a combination of wood and red metal siding, it has a decidedly modern look about it with huge glass windows.
There are two lofts in the house. The larger of the two is the bedroom loft. But I have decided to show you the loft across from it instead. The bedroom loft is fairly standard, but this small upstairs seating area is definitely unique. The huge window spans almost the entirety of the back wall in the loft, offering incredible views outside. It is also wide open to the spacious interior.
Be sure and check out the source link so that you can also see the photo of the bedroom loft as was the other photos of this beautiful modern tiny house.
Tiny House Tour: Loft With a View
48. Two Small But Cozy Lofts
This next tiny house is a design by Hawk Tiny Homes, Inc. it has a classic interior and a modern exterior and features a small loft on either end.
As you can see, the bedroom loft is extremely minimal, offering just enough space to lie down. But it does have large windows on both sides to bring in the light.
Here is a look at the other loft located across the way.
This house has a very appealing exterior and a lot of nice features in a small footprint. So be sure and check out the other photos.
Tiny House Tour: Two Small But Cozy Lofts
49. Low Loft/Split Level
Here’s a tiny house that I found for sale in Austin for $40,000.
With some tiny houses, the loft is located so low that it is hard to say whether to call it a “loft” or whether to simply say the home features a split level design.
There are only three steps you need to walk up to get to the loft. A partition largely divides it off from the main living space while still leaving it slightly open and also providing a space for the TV.
Tiny House Tour: Low Loft/Split Level
50. The Dandelion Tiny House
One of Incredible Tiny Homes’ larger models is the Dandelion Tiny House. Measuring 8’x 26’, its listed features include, “2 sofa beds with storage, upstairs sleeping loft, pet loft, plenty of storage space, and many other custom features.”
That’s right! This tiny house includes an entire loft just for pets. Of course, you could repurpose it for storage or any other use if you do not have pets. But since it includes a narrow catwalk along the wall which leads back to the main loft, it is particularly ideal for cats.
The sleeping loft is spacious and beautifully decorated.
Tiny House Tour: The Dandelion Tiny House
51. The Atlas
The Atlas is a particularly well-known tiny house that was featured on the show Tiny House Big Living on HGTV.
The home features a modern design, with almost the entirety of one wall given over to glass windows and doors.
The interior features beautiful, functional minimalism in every aspect, including the loft, which hovers just about the kitchen like a cozy nest.
Obviously, this would not be ideal for a family. But for just one or two people, it could be perfect. Be sure and check out the source link so that you can see what the view of the rest of the gorgeous minimalist interior is like from that adorable little loft.
Tiny House Tour: The Atlas
52. The Ranch House
Another tiny house which features a loft that is left wide open to the rest of the interior is the Ranch House by Incredible Tiny Homes.
The exterior is beautifully rustic, as is the interior.
The loft above the bathroom gives the occupant a phenomenal view of the rest of the interior as well as amazing views through the big window of the scenery outside.
Tiny House Tour: The Ranch House
53. The Coyote Cabin
This tiny house, dubbed the Coyote Cabin, is a design by Incredible Tiny Homes. The exterior features a satisfying mixture of colors and materials, including both wood and metal siding. But the interior boasts some nice surprises as well, including a beautiful loft.
More specifically, it is the railing of the loft which catches the eye upon stepping inside the Coyote Cabin. It is arguably the home’s artistic centerpiece. With its chevron design and unusual colors, it adds great interest to the interior and some contrast with the surrounding walls.
There is a second loft across the way which features a railing which is similar in style, yet distinct from this one. While both lofts feature low ceilings, their designs feel open, probably because the railings are only a minimum separation between the lofts and the main living space.
If you visit the source link, you will find quite a few more photos that show off both of the lofts as well as the views from them.
Tiny House Tour: The Coyote Cabin
54. The Gray Haven
The Gray Haven by Incredible Tiny Homes is an intriguing house that features a step-down living room. The entire house measures 252 ft.².
The cozy little loft is perched like a nest above the kitchen. You can reach it by climbing a ladder.
While the loft is only large enough to provide you with a spot to rest your head, it is largely open to the rest of the home thanks to the minimal obstruction of the railing with its wrought iron bars. These also offer a subtle decorative effect.
Tiny House Tour: The Gray Haven
55. The Santa Fe
If you like lofts that are low and similar to a split level, you may like the Santa Fe tiny house by SimBLISSity, which was designed for a retired couple with a toddler.
Standing in the kitchen, we are looking toward the small seating area and the short flight of storage steps which lead up to the lower of the two lofts. As you can see, it is largely screened off from the main living area by the wall backing the seating area, offering a relatively private zone.
Nevertheless, even though it does not take many steps to reach that lower loft, you can see that it is still raised substantially above the floor level. From here, you also can get a nice view of the more traditional high loft across the way which is located above the kitchen. In order to keep that high loft feeling open and spacious, it has not been enclosed off from the rest of the home.
Tiny House Tour: The Santa Fe
56. The Bluegrass Beauty
The Bluegrass Beauty by Incredible Tiny Homes is a cute little house that features two small lofts, one of which includes a lovely and unique personal touch.
The smaller of the two lofts are located above the seating area and offers room for storage or decor.
But it is the sleeping loft which is really amazing—because it features a one-of-a-kind stained-glass window in the back.
The small, round window features an image of a tree against a landscape of mountains.
If you would like to see more photos of this adorable little house and its two lofts, be sure to check out the source link.
Tiny House Tour: The Bluegrass Beauty
57. Two Lofts and a Tiny Private Downstairs Bedroom
The next tiny house I want to share with you by Incredible Tiny Homes is their Sweet Dream model. The house measures a mere 8’ x 22’, yet the builder has managed to fit in two lofts and a downstairs bedroom without making the floor plan feel cramped. How is that possible? Let’s check it out.
The bathroom is located at one end of the house, with one of the two lofts above it. The bed takes up the entirety of the loft, so it is essentially just a small platform for sleeping over the bathroom.
The more atypical feature is the other small loft at the opposite end of the home, reached via a flight of stairs with open shelves located underneath them. Currently, this loft is set up to serve as a small seating area, but it is large enough to serve as a sleeping area as well.
The most noteworthy feature is what is located directly underneath this loft, which is, in fact, a tiny downstairs bedroom. There is a door to the bedroom, so it can be entirely sealed off from the main living space if desired for complete privacy.
This tiny house really demonstrates Incredible Tiny Homes’ capacity to create logical layouts which are once tiny and functional. This builder has a talent for packing in more features than most in a smaller square footage.
For additional photos of the lofts and the downstairs bedroom, check out the source link.
Tiny House Tour: Two Lofts and a Tiny Private Downstairs Bedroom
58. Be Our Guest
This 432 ft.² guesthouse is another beautiful design from Incredible Tiny Homes.
The house features a number of intriguing and unexpected design features. While the round windows stand out, what stands out even more is the exquisite natural wood railing around the spacious loft. Contrasting colors of wood make the railing stand out all the more while also drawing the eye to the trim around the windows and doors.
The natural texture of the bark has been preserved in the railing. From close up, you can get a better look at the texture as well as how much space is in the loft.
As this is such an unusual and artistic tiny house, you will want to swing by the source link to check out the rest of the interior. I sure envy anyone who gets to stay here!
Tiny House Tour: Be Our Guest
59. The Beach View Tiny House
If you are in search of a tiny house that features a truly massive loft, you will want to take a look at the Beach View Tiny House by Pratt Homes.
From this photo which features the living room and kitchen, you can really get a feel for how spacious this house is, and you can appreciate the ample views and sunlight through the huge living room windows. If you look in the upper left corner, you can just glimpse the railing of the loft.
A set of carpeted stairs leads to up to the loft. As you can see, it is positively enormous with a huge amount of open floor space which you can use as you see fit. There’s carpeting up here as well, which is an interesting and unexpected choice for a tiny house, but not an unwelcome one. Even though hardwood and tile are in right now, a lot of people still enjoy the cozy and luxurious feeling of carpeting under their feet.
Make sure you drop by the source link to take a look at all the photos of this impressively spacious tiny house.
Tiny House Tour: The Beach View Tiny House
60. The Movie Star Tiny House
Incredible Tiny Homes named this tiny house “The Movie Star,” and gave it a more contemporary vibe than many of their more rustic homes. The house measures 8’ x 26’.
The house features two lofts, one of which has a seating area underneath it, forming its own separate room. If desired, that separate seating room could be converted into a bedroom, study, or other room.
At the moment, one of the lofts has a bed in it, while the other appears to have been left open for more or less any purpose. It is large enough that it also could work as a bedroom, or it too could serve as a seating room, study, or so forth. It also could be useful for extra storage. This builder does a great job incorporating versatility into its layouts, providing the freedom to use each separate space as desired.
What also stands out is the dividing wall between this loft and the main living area. It offers partial privacy while also providing storage space which could be used for practical or decorative purposes.
You can see more photos of the two lofts and the rest of the home at the source link.
Tiny House Tour: The Movie Star Tiny House
61. The Highland Tiny House
One of the most magical tiny houses you will ever see is the Highland Tiny House.
This little cottage measures 10’ x 24’, and is also the work of Incredible Tiny Homes. Describing it, the builder says, “This home features a Thatch Roof System, from Endureed Synthetic Thatch, Stucco, Cedar Shakes, and Board and Batten. It features a queen-size Murphy bed, stove, 10 cu. ft. refrigerator, half-moon sink, 36-inch shower, standard residential toilet, loft area that can be used for 2 bedrooms, office/1 bedroom, or 1 bedroom/storage.”
The loft is every bit as imaginative as the rest of the tiny house. Its natural wood railing exposed overhead beams, and rustic furnishings all serve to bring the theme of the house into the sleeping area. Even with a bed in place, there is lots of extra floor space.
You will want to see what the rest of this amazing tiny house looks like, so drop by the source link for more photos.
Tiny House Tour: The Highland Tiny House
62. A Tiny Cabin Rental in Washington State
Visiting the Leavenworth area in Washington state? If so, you will want to book a reservation at NW Comfy Cabins. There are a number of cabins at the site, some of which are small or tiny, and all of which offer amazing views and a rustic ambiance that you will love.
This photo which shows you the kitchen and living room of one of the cabins offers a glimpse of the kinds of views I am talking about, and also shows you the staircase leading up to the loft.
The tiny loft is rustic and cozy. But even though it is small, it offers amazing views through the front windows across the way.
See what I mean? Check out the source link for additional photos and to find out how to book your stay.
Tiny House Tour: A Tiny Cabin Rental in Washington State
63. Rustic Retreat for Under $30,000
When I found this tiny house, it was on sale at the time for less than $30,000, which is a pretty amazing deal for such a beautiful and unique home.
The live edge siding is immediately eye-catching, and together with the tin roof, creates a rustic effect.
The house features a very tiny downstairs bedroom and a very small loft, which you can climb into using a ladder from the kitchen. So, if tight and cozy are what you are after, a house like this would be a great fit for your needs.
Tiny House Tour: Rustic Retreat for Under $30,000
64. The Carmel House
The Carmel House is a design from a company called Seabreeze Tiny Homes.
The loft immediately grabs your attention when you step into the kitchen. You can tell at a glance that it is incredibly bright and roomy. Also nice is the fact that you can reach it by climbing a set of regular carpeted steps. The railing is effective, but also minimalist in appearance so as to leave the loft as wide open to the rest of the home as possible.
As you can see, this is one of the most spacious, airy, bright loft spaces you are going to find in any tiny house. There is an impressive amount of clearance, which also gives the windows less of a horizontal profile. This further accents the sense of vertical space while allowing even more light and views into the room. There is an ample amount of walking space around the bed and enough room that you could put some kind of storage at the foot of the bed if you wished.
Tiny House Tour: The Carmel House
65. The Expedition
When I first discovered this modern tiny house, it was on sale in Tipp City, OH.
Although the overall design of the house is modern, the materials, as you can see, are more rustic and character. Wood planks in different colors have a decorative effect on the stairs and railing of the bedroom loft. But this is actually one of two lofts in the house, and the other one is arguably more exciting than the first.
Here’s a view from that bedroom loft looking across to the opposite end of the house, where there is another small loft above the bathroom. This loft has been designated as a reading spot, complete with custom shelves built into the wall. A long, narrow window brings in natural light for comfortable reading. There is enough room up there that you could also feasibly sleep, although a railing would probably be welcome for that purpose.
Meanwhile, a set of custom cabinets along the side of the house offers nooks and storage areas for a variety of uses, with some additional storage space located along the top, where there is also another long, narrow window to bring in additional light.
There are a lot of innovative and unexpected features in this tiny house, so you will want to visit the source link and take a more in-depth look for yourself.
Tiny House Tour: The Expedition
66. The Everest
Next, let’s check out the beautiful loft inside the Everest tiny house by Mustard Seed Tiny Homes. If this house looks familiar, it could be because you remember when it was featured on HGTV.
This photo shows off a downstairs bedroom, complete with a door you can close for total privacy. As the door is currently open, you can see through to the storage steps that lead up to the loft.
The loft features an angled ceiling with a window along with the larger of the walls. If you only needed the downstairs bedroom, you could instead convert this loft to serve a different purpose, maybe storage. It would also make a nice reading nook.
Tiny House Tour: The Everest
67. The Best Modern Tiny Home
The Best Modern Tiny Home is a breathtaking design by Park Model Homes.
Measuring 399 ft.², this house is on the larger side of tiny, but is still quite small compared to your typical full-size home. Nevertheless, it feels incredibly roomy inside, suffused with light.
Standing in the kitchen, we are looking at the entertainment center and living room. A set of stairs leads up behind the entertainment center to the loft above. I am a big fan of the way that the loft has been partitioned off from the rest of the home. It is very much its own room, but there are two little windows which look out over the main space. Left open, these provide a flow of space and a sense of openness. But if desired, one could always pull curtains or blinds over them for complete privacy and a full separation of space.
In fact, here’s what it looks like from up inside the loft. Directly ahead of us are the same two windows that we were looking at from the main living space. The railing on the right borders the staircase. As you can see, there is a stupendous amount of floor space up here, so the loft could easily accommodate a large bed and some additional furnishings.
You should swing by the source link to check out the other photos of this astonishing modern tiny house.
Tiny House Tour: The Best Modern Tiny Home
68. The Vicky Too
Salvage Texas is a really cool and innovative bed-and-breakfast establishment. There, you can stay in any of a number of tiny houses built out of salvaged materials located at the site. You also can take workshops right at the resort where you can learn more about building a tiny house of your own.
This beautiful tiny accommodation is called the Vicky Too.
As you can see, the interior, like the exterior, features unique colors, textures and decor which are beautifully orchestrated for a one-of-a-kind effect. A ladder leads up to a sleeping loft, but there is also a bed on the ground floor.
You can visit the source link to learn more or find out how to book a reservation.
Tiny House Tour: The Vicky Too
69. Yosemite National Park A-Frame Tiny Cabin
If you will be visiting Yosemite National Park, you have the opportunity to book a stay at a tiny cabin nearby which features amazing views and an incredible loft.
Here is a look at the tiny A-frame cabin in its extraordinary setting.
The tiny cabin features not one but two spacious lofts, surrounded by open-air and breathtaking views. You even get to climb up a cool spiral staircase to reach them.
Drop by the original post to find out more about this beautiful tiny rental and learn how to book a reservation for your next Yosemite vacation.
Tiny House Tour: Yosemite National Park A-Frame Tiny Cabin
70. The KoKo Head by Tiny Pacific Houses
The KoKo Head by Tiny Pacific Houses is a 300-square-foot tiny house which looks a lot larger on the inside than it does on the outside, and which features two lofts.
One of the lofts is at the top of the staircase and is located above a small sitting area next to the kitchen. It is the bedroom.
You climb a ladder to reach the second loft across the way. There is enough vertical clearance that right now, it is set up as a seating area, complete with comfortable chairs. If you preferred, you could convert it into a second sleeping area.
Tiny House Tour: The KoKo Head by Tiny Pacific Houses
71. The Juniper
The Juniper by Mustard Seed Tiny Homes features a bold, modern design and a striking, distinctive color scheme.
This photo shows you one of the lofts inside the home, which is fronted by a little partition that also doubles as a set of shelves. The blue cabinets and stairs contrast with the white walls, creating a beautiful effect. Across the way, there is a smaller loft that you can reach using a ladder.
Wood planks inlaid in a chevron pattern and painted blue, white, and two shades of brown have an exquisite decorative effect in the bedroom loft and help to unify this space with the rest of the interior.
You can get a look at the other loft as well as the rest of the interior of this tiny house by visiting the original post.
Tiny House Tour: The Juniper
72. The Cypress
Another impressive design from Mustard Seed Tiny Homes is the Cypress, a home with a contemporary look and feel, but with some rustic accents.
The living room features an interesting combination of storage steps and a ladder which take you up to the loft, below which is a downstairs bedroom that you can reach through a sliding wood door. Artwork of aspen trees adorns the wall which partitions of the loft.
From here, you can see what the view is like from inside the loft, looking down into the main living space through the opening. This space is mostly private, but not entirely cut off. A large window brings in natural light, and the custom headboard for the bed includes some storage shelves.
Tiny House Tour: The Cypress
73. The Zion
The Zion by Mustard Seed Tiny Homes stretches the definition of tiny just a little bit, measuring about 528 ft.². Even though the cut-off is usually considered to be 500 ft.², I would consider this to be well within range.
The house is large enough to incorporate a downstairs bedroom behind the kitchen. Next to the kitchen, a set of steps leads up to the loft. The horizontal bars of the railing contrast with the white all around great pleasing aesthetic effect.
At present, the master bedroom is downstairs, so there are a couple of twin beds up in the loft. But it could accommodate a single larger bed if that was your preference.
Tiny House Tour: The Zion
74. Canadian Tiny Homes Loft With a Skylight
This house was the first build by a father-daughter business in British Columbia called Canadian Tiny Homes. It measures 26’ by 8.5’.
A set of steps from the kitchen lead up to the loft. There is a lot of storage space underneath the steps. Looking up toward the loft, you can see the huge skylight positioned over the bed.
If not for the skylight, I imagine that this loft could easily feel cramped. But with the skylight, that is the last impression I get. Not only does the skylight keep the space well-illuminated, but it also opens the bed up to the sky, bringing in views of the stars after sundown. I would love to drift off to sleep up here!
Tiny House Tour: Canadian Tiny Homes Loft With a Skylight
75. The Ladybug
This tiny house this was built to stand up to intense weather conditions in Florida, making it a durable option for any part of the country.
The bedroom loft is small, but well lit from large windows on both sides as well as a set of skylights located directly overhead. As you can see, it has a stylish, modern look to it.
Tiny House Tour: The Ladybug
76. The Manor
Park Model Homes is a builder which has created a lot of magnificent tiny house layouts, one of which is dubbed The Manor.
The little house makes impressive use of its small square footage, and features a spacious loft.
It is amazing how many windows line the walls of this loft, bringing in natural illumination from all directions. Also, the entire loft is carpeted for warmth and comfort.
Tiny House Tour: The Manor
77. The Elmore
Movable Roots designed this spacious tiny house called The Elmore.
This tiny house features a beautiful exterior with bright colors. You can see from the outside that there are two spacious lofts. The house has a total of 500 ft.²
As you can see, there is more than ample floor space upstairs. If you visit the original post, you can see additional photos of both of the lofts as well as the ground floor.
Tiny House Tour: The Elmore
78. The Ascot
How do you live comfortably in just 167 ft.²? The Tiny House Building Company decided to take on that design challenge, and the result is a beautiful tiny house called the Ascot.
You can see that room is not lacking in the kitchen or downstairs seating area. One interesting feature is the unusual turn that the stairs take on the way up to the loft.
The loft itself features a low ceiling, but lots of floor space, and plenty of natural light.
Tiny House Tour: The Ascot
79. The Crow
This tiny house is called The Crow, and was built by Blackbird Tiny Homes.
It features two lofts. The smaller one is reached with a ladder and is just large enough to serve as a cozy reading nook.
The master loft has room for a large bed and extra floor space.
Tiny House Tour: The Crow
80. The Gingered Swan
This last tiny house I will feature today is another accommodation where you can book a stay at Salvage Texas. It is called the Gingered Swan, and it is a work of art. It also is one of my all-time favorite tiny houses.
You can almost miss the steps which lead upstairs to the loft. They blend seamlessly into the rest of the interior. They provide storage space and also lend an artistic effect to the downstairs part of the accommodation.
This is a tall tiny house, so the upstairs is actually a second floor, more like an attic than a typical tiny house loft.
It is well worth checking out every detail of this unique tiny accommodation. To see what the outside if it looks like and to appreciate the rest of the interior, visit the original post.
Tiny House Tour: The Gingered Swan
There is a Tiny House Loft to Suit Every Desire
You have had a chance now to explore a wide variety of tiny house lofts! As you can see, whether you want an open design or a private one, a small, cozy loft or one which resembles a spacious traditional bedroom, there is a tiny house out there with one or two lofts to suit your needs.
Many builders allow you to customize the layout of your home and will work with you closely to tailor your lofts to your requirements. Click the links in this article to check out everything these tiny houses have to offer, and be sure and visit the builder websites if you think you might be ready to take the next step on your journey toward waking up in your own tiny house loft!