My wife and I are designing a modified Cypress (not so tiny house) floorplan on a longer 30' or 32' trailer, and we are definitely wanting a dormer roof over the bedroom loft. Since our plan has an extended front storage loft (roughly 5' deep) we were curious about putting a dormer on that too, for more height/storage space.
My question is why don't more people who have 2 lofts add dormers to each, or even a dormer style roof across the entire house?
Is it more of an aesthetic preference or is there a structural reason?
I've seen many tiny houses with a slanted shed roof from end to end, and this is kind of what I'm talking about. I think it adds a lot of space for more storage and I am curious why more people don't maximize on that height.
Any thoughts or input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!