A fold-down bed is positioned at the back of the sofa, so the couple can have friends and family to stay.
The loft bedroom opens right up to the upper terrace. The couple say they will add a couple of steps for easy access.
The loft bedroom has views in two directions.
A ladder near the kitchen leads up to the trap door opening to the loft bedroom.
And this is George Clarke in his element.
A firepit will ensure the family can enjoy long evenings outdoors watching the famed Raglan sunsets.
The top deck is a get-away-from-it-all spot for the adults.
An elevated bunk bed for daughter Lilia leaves room below for other furniture or a second bed.
The compact kitchen includes a vertical sliding pantry at left, and a variety of timber veneers.
Clarke would be the first to say a tiny house is a huge step up from camping in a caravan on the site.
The top floor will feature a master bedroom and roof deck.
Raglan tiny home wows George Clarke
Choosing materials, fixtures and fittings is a fun part of the job for Dominique Kluts.
Space was made beside the terrace for a sandpit for the children.
The bathroom is fully tiled, with no expense spared.