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The Kentucky Donut Shop serves as both a home and a place of business for bakery KY Son Eats
The Kentucky Donut Shop serves as both a home and a place of business for bakery KY Son Eats
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The Kentucky Donut Shop is based on a triple axle trailer
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The Kentucky Donut Shop is based on a triple axle trailer
The Kentucky Donut Shop is primarily clad in cedar siding
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The Kentucky Donut Shop is primarily clad in cedar siding
The Kentucky Donut Shop serves as both a home and a place of business for bakery KY Son Eats
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The Kentucky Donut Shop serves as both a home and a place of business for bakery KY Son Eats
The Kentucky Donut Shop has a total floorspace of 275 sq ft (25 sq m)
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The Kentucky Donut Shop has a total floorspace of 275 sq ft (25 sq m)
The Kentucky Donut Shop serves as both a residence and a workplace for its owners
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The Kentucky Donut Shop serves as both a residence and a workplace for its owners
The Kentucky Donut Shop's owners can serve their wares through a window with built-in shelf
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's owners can serve their wares through a window with built-in shelf
The Kentucky Donut Shop will travel around the USA offering baked goods
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The Kentucky Donut Shop will travel around the USA offering baked goods
The Kentucky Donut Shop is going to be used for regular travel
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The Kentucky Donut Shop is going to be used for regular travel
The Kentucky Donut Shop features a full working kitchen
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The Kentucky Donut Shop features a full working kitchen
A good chunk of the Kentucky Donut Shop's interior is taken up by the kitchen
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A good chunk of the Kentucky Donut Shop's interior is taken up by the kitchen
The Kentucky Donut Shop's kitchen features stainless steel countertop and backsplash
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's kitchen features stainless steel countertop and backsplash
The Kentucky Donut Shop's ceiling is finished in beetle kill pine
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's ceiling is finished in beetle kill pine
The Kentucky Donut Shop's floor is decked in engineered wood flooring
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's floor is decked in engineered wood flooring
The Kentucky Donut Shop's kitchen includes a sink, microwave, fryer, fridge/freezer, and more
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's kitchen includes a sink, microwave, fryer, fridge/freezer, and more
The Kentucky Donut Shop's kitchen includes built-in shelving
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's kitchen includes built-in shelving
The Kentucky Donut Shop's two lofts are reached by oak ladder and steps
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's two lofts are reached by oak ladder and steps
The Kentucky Donut Shop's living room is quite small, due to the kitchen taking up so much space
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's living room is quite small, due to the kitchen taking up so much space
The Kentucky Donut Shop's living area includes a small kitchenette
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's living area includes a small kitchenette
The Kentucky Donut Shop's kitchenette includes a sink, storage space, and a fridge
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's kitchenette includes a sink, storage space, and a fridge
The Kentucky Donut Shop has a total floorspace of 275 sq ft (25 sq m)
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The Kentucky Donut Shop has a total floorspace of 275 sq ft (25 sq m)
The Kentucky Donut Shop's living room is located next to the bathroom, pictured 
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's living room is located next to the bathroom, pictured 
The Kentucky Donut Shop's skylight helps increase the amount of natural light inside 
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's skylight helps increase the amount of natural light inside 
The Kentucky Donut Shop features two bedrooms, each with a double bed
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The Kentucky Donut Shop features two bedrooms, each with a double bed
The Kentucky Donut Shop's bedrooms are the typical tiny house style and feature low ceilings 
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's bedrooms are the typical tiny house style and feature low ceilings 
The Kentucky Donut Shop's lighting is energy-efficient LED throughout
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's lighting is energy-efficient LED throughout
The Kentucky Donut Shop's two lofts are reached by oak ladders
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's two lofts are reached by oak ladders
The Kentucky Donut Shop's kitchenette allows the owners to make a snack without having to fire up the main kitchen
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's kitchenette allows the owners to make a snack without having to fire up the main kitchen
The Kentucky Donut Shop's bathroom includes a shower
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's bathroom includes a shower
The Kentucky Donut Shop's bathroom includes a sink
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's bathroom includes a sink
The Kentucky Donut Shop's toilet is a standard flushing model
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's toilet is a standard flushing model
The Kentucky Donut Shop's ladders are propped up on a storage area
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's ladders are propped up on a storage area
The Kentucky Donut Shop is primarily clad in cedar siding
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The Kentucky Donut Shop is primarily clad in cedar siding
The Kentucky Donut Shop is based on a triple axle trailer
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The Kentucky Donut Shop is based on a triple axle trailer
The Kentucky Donut Shop measures 34 ft (10.3 m)-long
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The Kentucky Donut Shop measures 34 ft (10.3 m)-long
The Kentucky Donut Shop's owners can serve their wares through a window with built-in shelf
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The Kentucky Donut Shop's owners can serve their wares through a window with built-in shelf

As well as its high-end custom tiny houses and more affordable Signature Series, Tiny Heirloom also designs tiny houses for businesses. Its latest model in this vein, dubbed the Kentucky Donut Shop, fits both a home and a bakery business into a compact towable dwelling.

The Kentucky Donut Shop is based on a triple-axle trailer and measures 34 ft (10.3 m)-long. Its exterior is mostly clad in cedar siding, while the interior is finished in pine tongue and groove, with engineered wood flooring, and a beetle kill pine ceiling. The home gets power from a standard RV-style hookup.

Inside, a good chunk of the 275 sq ft (25 sq m) of floorspace is taken up by a kitchen that the owners use to make donuts and other treats. It features stainless steel countertops and backsplash, with appliances including a sink, microwave, fryer, fridge/freezer, and more.

The Kentucky Donut Shop's kitchen includes a sink, microwave, fryer, fridge/freezer, and more
The Kentucky Donut Shop's kitchen includes a sink, microwave, fryer, fridge/freezer, and more

It's really quite impressive to see a proper working kitchen squeezed into a tiny house, especially since Tiny Heirloom managed to include living quarters, too.

The main living area is pretty snug and has a small couch, while nearby is a kitchenette, with sink, fridge/freezer, and cupboard space, allowing the owners to make a snack without having to use the main kitchen. Elsewhere on the ground floor of the tiny house lies a bathroom with shower, toilet, and sink.

The Kentucky Donut Shop also has two bedrooms, each of which is reached by oak ladder. Both bedrooms are a typical tiny house style with a low ceiling and contain a double bed each.

The Kentucky Donut Shop's living area includes a small kitchenette
The Kentucky Donut Shop's living area includes a small kitchenette

Tiny Heirloom told us that Kentucky Donut Shop's owners plan to run their business out of the tiny home and will live in it and travel around the country selling their wares.

Source: Tiny Heirloom

2 comments
Tom Lee Mullins
A tiny house for those who like to cook? I think that is neat. Perhaps one for those who like sew? Or one for those who like to create art? (just thinking out loud).
ljaques
Agreed, Tom Lee Mullins, probably good for gypsies (traveling creative types. Though I'd suggest a different paint job.) But: Yum, donut grease everywhere in the house when you wake up! Um, isn't that the ugliest exterior treatment EVER? Blue, cedar, six different grays, black, white...just ick. And who could live without the chipped-white painted boards instead of a bathroom mirror, or beetle-kill pine ceilings? Just scrumptious, innit?