Tiny Houses

Tiny house interior changes at the flick of a switch

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The  Vintage Glam cost US$150,000, reflecting the expensive gadgetry and customization that went into it
The  Vintage Glam cost US$150,000, reflecting the expensive gadgetry and customization that went into it
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The Vintage Glam has a small porch outside 
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The Vintage Glam has a small porch outside 
The Vintage Glam only has one bed and it is revealed by flicking a switch
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The Vintage Glam only has one bed and it is revealed by flicking a switch
Sliding pocket door provides access to the Vintage Glam's bathroom
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Sliding pocket door provides access to the Vintage Glam's bathroom
The Vintage Glam's motorized platform also reveals steps 
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The Vintage Glam's motorized platform also reveals steps 
The Vintage Glam's kitchen
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The Vintage Glam's kitchen
The Vintage Glam is the first tiny house we've seen with a living wall 
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The Vintage Glam is the first tiny house we've seen with a living wall 
The Vintage Glam's living wall is right next to the bath
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The Vintage Glam's living wall is right next to the bath
The Vintage Glam's raised living area
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The Vintage Glam's raised living area
The Vintage Glam is well-stocked with amenities, including a washing machine
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The Vintage Glam is well-stocked with amenities, including a washing machine
The Vintage Glam's kitchen includes a Belfast-style sink
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The Vintage Glam's kitchen includes a Belfast-style sink
Inside the Vintage Glam 
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Inside the Vintage Glam 
The Vintage Glam's kitchen also includes a refrigerator 
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The Vintage Glam's kitchen also includes a refrigerator 
The Vintage Glam's clawfoot bathtub
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The Vintage Glam's clawfoot bathtub
The Vintage Glam even has a small pocket dishwasher
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The Vintage Glam even has a small pocket dishwasher
The Vintage Glam's long kitchen counter
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The Vintage Glam's long kitchen counter
View toward the Vintage Glam's bathroom 
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View toward the Vintage Glam's bathroom 
The Vintage Glam is based on a 33 ft (10 m)-long trailer
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The Vintage Glam is based on a 33 ft (10 m)-long trailer
The Vintage Glam's kitchen also includes an oven
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The Vintage Glam's kitchen also includes an oven
The  Vintage Glam cost US$150,000, reflecting the expensive gadgetry and customization that went into it
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The  Vintage Glam cost US$150,000, reflecting the expensive gadgetry and customization that went into it
Tiny Heirloom installed skylights to provide more natural light
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Tiny Heirloom installed skylights to provide more natural light
The Vintage Glam comprises 200 sq ft (18 sq m) of floorspace
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The Vintage Glam comprises 200 sq ft (18 sq m) of floorspace
The  Vintage Glam cost US$150,000, reflecting the expensive gadgetry and customization that went into it
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The  Vintage Glam cost US$150,000, reflecting the expensive gadgetry and customization that went into it

The experimentation that typifies the tiny house movement often encourages people to commission a project that suits their exact needs. This was the case with the recently completed Vintage Glam Tiny House, by luxury tiny house specialist Tiny Heirloom, which features a neat motorized platform that reveals a bed, storage space, and more, at the flick of a switch.

The Vintage Glam is based on a 33 ft (10 m)-long double-axle trailer and comprises 200 sq ft (18 sq m) of floorspace, all on one floor. The customer wanted a bed that could be easily stashed away when not in use, so Tiny Heirloom hit upon a novel idea and installed a motorized platform.

The platform includes bench seats, table, bed, and stairs – the latter leading to a snug living space. The sliding mechanism is hidden inside the platform itself and switch-operated linear actuators push the required piece of furniture out when needed.

The Vintage Glam only has one bed and it is revealed by flicking a switch
The Vintage Glam only has one bed and it is revealed by flicking a switch

The space saved by the motorized platform also meant that there was room left for a relatively spacious bathroom and kitchen elsewhere in the tiny house.

The Vintage Glam's kitchen includes a washing machine, cabinets on both sides, a refrigerator and freezer, dishwasher, sink, and an oven. The bathroom has a living wall section, a full-height ceiling and a full-size clawfoot bath and shower.

Light comes both from skylights, which let in natural daylight, and a chandelier. The tiny house is connected to an RV-style hookup for its electricity and water needs.

The Vintage Glam cost a total of US$150,000, reflecting the expensive gadgetry that went into it. Check out the video below to see the motorized platform in use.

Source: Tiny Heirloom

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4 comments
Tom Lee Mullins
I think that is really nice. Having things go in like that makes more room when needed.
Isaidit
I saw this home on one of the tiny house networks shows (tiny house luxury I think). The couple appeared to love their 90K purchase. Now it's for sale? Hmmm.
pwndecaf
Tiny houses - a hoarder's nightmare.
Daishi
You would need a lot of money to own one of these because I don't think any bank would give you a mortgage on one.