Kathi’s Doll House Floor Plans

A couple of weeks ago I featured “Kathi’s Doll House.” There was a lot of interest in seeing floor plans of the house but Kathi was unable to get them off of her software program. Kathi however took the time to draw them up by hand and than mailed them to me so that I could share them with you. I have scanned them and posted them below. Click on each floor plan to see it larger and print it.

Kathi also included another plan she designed that she calls the Moose Lodge.

If you know of some easy way to convert these into computerized floor plans please let me know as I would like to make these more professional plus I have a couple of other plans that are rough like this also.

Kathi's Doll House

Doll House 1st Floor

Doll House 2nd Floor

Moose Lodge - Tiny House Concept

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Jean - May 17, 2010 Reply

Love this blog. The possibilities are endless.

Kathi’s drawings are to 1/2″ – 1 foot scale and are easy to read. I guess part of living off the grid is to not have to adhere to any zoning laws, but I have a problem with tiny windows. Not just the view, but in the loft – an egress window, that is required by code in a sleeping room, would be good addition. More view and safety too.

I love the floor plan and I would love Kathi’s Doll house, I know just the place to put one. Thanks!

Liko - May 17, 2010 Reply

YAY! I’ve been waiting for these since i saw the original article, and eagerly await details about the poetry cabin. Thank you, Kathi and Kent!

jenna - May 17, 2010 Reply

oh, fabulous! i’d been wondering about plans, though i’m nowhere near being able to build my own. kathi’s house has been a favorite of all of the tiny homes i’ve seen.

does anyone know the square footage of the moose lodge? i’m really liking that one as well.

Erik - May 18, 2010 Reply

google sketch up anybody?

Kay in KCMO - May 18, 2010 Reply

Thanks to Kathy for taking the time to do this; having a floor plan is really helpful.

I thought Sketch Up, too, Erik.

pam dewolfe - May 20, 2010 Reply

Thank you for your generous sharing of your home. Nicely planned and executed…Pam

Tyson - June 8, 2010 Reply

This looks like just what I need to build on my narrow lot.

I can’t figure the dimentions. If you could help, I may be able to post a similar sketch up version. Thanks

casey siegel - June 12, 2012 Reply

i realize this was published along time ago, but thought i’d suggest a really easy, online floor plan program to design in: floorplanner.com

it has a lot of furniture options and easy customization ability – it’s what we’ve used to create a 2D and 3D rendering of our tiny house that we are building.

SteveDenver - July 10, 2017 Reply

Thanks for sharing!
I’m obsessed with your house, it’s simplicity, and flexibility of design. I’m not much of a fan of tiny mobile homes because of the width and height restrictions, and also because I don’t want to own a monster truck to haul one around. My dream is to set up an enclave of small homes, rent some and retire in one.

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