MitchCraft Tiny Homes is known for customizing tiny houses to fit the needs of their customers but this tiny house takes “custom” to a whole other level! Built on a 31’ gooseneck trailer, this home was designed in the Southwest Adobe style and looks like it should be sitting in the desert somewhere much warmer than Colorado!
The exterior of the home was covered in a sandy finish made to resemble adobe clay that makes many of the homes in the Southwest. Wood accents and a red metal roof also add to the Southwest flair and authentic styling of the tiny house.
A bright teal door pops off the front of the home and large windows adorn many of the sides to let in natural light and fresh air.
A large exterior storage closet can be accessed under the neck of the trailer and gives you plenty of room to store large items or propane tanks.
Inside, an open floor plan makes the house feel large and gives you enough room to entertain. The kitchen has a full-sized refrigerator and stove and oven combo plus cabinet storage under the counters. On the opposite wall of the kitchen, there’s room for a built-in dining table that can also serve as a desk.
A large couch can be tucked next to the kitchen and you have a wood-burning stove to keep the house warm. Downstairs is a fully-equipped bathroom with a 48” shower stall and composting toilet. Upstairs over the neck of the trailer is a large bedroom with closets and enough space for a large bed.
This house was still under construction when pictures were taken but we can only imagine the character that the owners gave the interior judging by the outside of the home!
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