This cabin was built for demonstration and to illustrate how an 8’ wide can be transformed to almost 13’ wide in the interior with the help of few friends.  There are no buttons to push to make the tip outs function.  You just need a little muscle and confidence, and in 15 minutes you will take your 8’ wide to a width that is new to the tiny home industry.

The beauty of this push-out design is that all the floors are flush, and do not interfere with furnishings as compared to a slide-out design, where the floors are different levels. With this feature it is possible to use your own furnishings instead of relying on built-ins.  So, you can have a bed or couch in the push-out without an elevation change.

A loft is provided for either storage or sleeping and is accessed with a removable ladder.  This cabin was designed to be used for overnight accommodations and is large enough to fit a king size bed with lots of room to walk around, or for other furnishings.

The bathroom is large and features a 3’ x 4’ shower, on demand propane water heater, a hand washing sink and regular toilet.  The loft has a finished plywood floor and there is laminate flooring below. The kitchen if fully functional with lots of storage, a gas/electric fridge and a all in one laundry center.

This cabin is designed to be a legal 8’ wide and is not designed for frequent travel because the push-outs are difficult to manage on a regular basis.  But if you’re looking to get more out of an 8 wide then this tiny home is the way to go.

Exterior Height: 13’6′; Width: 8’6″; Length: 31′
Interior Width: 8′; Length: 25′
Interior Living Space: 232 sq ft
Weight: Approximate weight 8,900 lbs.

Standard features:

  • 2×4 wall construction
  • R-13 wall insulation
  • R-19 floor insulation
  • R-21 ceiling insulation
  • Laminate flooring on the main level
  • Plywood or laminate in loft
  • Double pane low energy efficient windows
  • Hickory cabinets
  • ladder accessing the loft
  • Wood interior (wall and ceiling coverings)
  • Two coats of lacquer wall and ceiling
  • All wood Oregon style trim
  • Laminate countertops
  • One piece 48×36” fiberglass shower
  • Ceiling fan in living room
  • 20″ gas RV range
  • Range hood
  • Medium sized propane/electric fridge
  • Cedar tongue and groove exterior siding stained cedar tone
  • Electric heat in bathroom
  • 50 amp RV power cord with 120 amp main panel service box
  • Tongue on bathroom end
  • On-demand propane water heater
  • Air conditioning
  • Propane radiant heat (vented through the wall)


  • All in one laundry center
  • Flooring: laminate (other than standard), hardwood, carpet, vinyl
  • Siding: log, smart panel lap siding (painted), cedar lap (standard)
  • Window panes
  • Roofing color
  • Electric water heater
  • Propane RV forced air furnace
  • Glass shower door
  • Wood stove
  • Propane fireplace
  • Microwave/range hood
  • Special appliances (black or stainless)
  • 30 amp RV cord
  • Holding tanks
  • Split the black and gray water
  • Custom window and door placement


Pushout floorplans