EXTRA LARGE Tiny House with Main Floor Bedroom & Smart Functional Design

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The Itsy Bitsy Tiny House is a tiny house with a main-floor bedroom, 2 full-size lofts, a spacious with a 3-seater sofa, a kitchen with a pantry, and a bathroom with a heated floor and /dryer. It’s 34′ long on the and 40′ long with the loft -outs up top. This tiny house is on Vancouver Island in BC, Canada and we’re going to give you a full tour!

There are so many details in this tiny house that make day-to-day living in a small space comfortable and functional. The entrance has space to hang coats and store shoes, the kitchen has a drop-leaf table to seat 4 people, there is loads of storage in the bedroom closets, under the bed, and in the kitchen pantry, and hooks everywhere to keep things out of the way but still easily accessible.

This tiny house is also parked near a beautiful lake and is in a private forested nook with an outdoor seating area and a fire pit. It’s definitely worth a visit if you’re in the area!
https://www.airbnb.ca/rooms/34678264

A special thank you to Karen and Shane for letting film their tiny house!

And thank you for watching!

Mat & Danielle

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Editing Credits:
Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives

Filming Credits:
Mat of Exploring Alternatives

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20 Comments

  1. I think i’d turn the first floor bedroom into a study or office or a space for evolving needs such as hobbies (hell, it might even work as a home gym or theatre), and then just use the much shorter loft above for the bed. That’s the thing I feel most of tiny homes lack – proper desk space and room for other activities. But that sentiment might just be because I come from a culture where work is constant even when you’re home, and because I’m into tech and need somewhere for my gadgets, pc and monitors.

  2. This not so tiny house feels very unpersonal. My guess is that this is a commercial setup. Nothing personal in this ‘house’ Please don’t call it Tiny. This feels more like an advertisement video to sell these houses. Unsubscribed.

  3. Is this house on wheels?

    Nevermind, just heard the presenter talk about the raised fridge over a wheel well, and then saw the tow end on the outside

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