Hi everyone! Thanks for following along on our Tiny House Video Series! A big thank you to everyone who has subscribed and followed along!
It’s been fun, and I’m both sad and happy to be getting to the final stages. Sad because that means this project is almost done. And happy because I finally get to start sharing plans with you lovely people.
Today I’m sharing the first of the project plans for the tiny house. But before we get to it, check out the orignial design –
Now are you ready to see how the loft area turned out?
I think what I love most about this loft area in the tiny house is that it is so simple and does not feel cluttered or complicated – yet it does so many things!
It’s a couch. A ladder. A shelving display wall. It’s a real guest bed. And a bedroom encloure. It’s also a queen bed. And a dresser. And a shoe storage system. There’s hidden storage. And of course, it’s a loft.
We put a ton of thought into each board in this loft bed system – did you notice that the wall framing becomes shelving? That the bed support system is a dresser? That the loft floor is only 1-1/2″ thick where you need headroom? It’s a tiny house – you can’t afford to waste space or materials (that take up space and cost weight).
Hope you enjoy the plans following (if this is the homepage click READ MORE below), and if you do build, please share, would love to see how this system works out for you.
PS – The stain on the upstairs floor is Rustoleum Early American with Triple Thick poly on top. Best staining combo ever invented.
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