In the year or so since Rewild Homes built their first tiny house they’ve stayed committed to basic, linear layouts that push kitchen and bathroom facilities to the ends to maximize open space elsewhere. The idea’s been very effective for some very small THOWs, and they’ve now carried it over to a larger 28-foot model, the Whiskey Jack. The kitchen, with plenty of cabinets, a full-size fridge, and a hooded multi-burner stove, occupies the rear of the home under one loft; in front, under another, is a bathroom with a washer/dryer and luxuriantly tiled shower stall. In between there’s nothing but a lot of room – so much room the new owners may just have trouble figuring out how to fill it up, which is surely something of a rarity in the tiny house world. Along with simplicity and spaciousness, Rewild’s design philosophy has always emphasized quality, and the Whiskey Jack plays along with high-end features like cedar siding, quartz countertops, soft-close drawers and cabinets, and plush carpet in the lofts. Like all Rewilds, this is a custom build, but it’s a pretty sure bet it’s towards the top of their $25,000–$90,000 price range.