Last week we showed you Troy and Krista’s version of the same house, but it’s fun to see a totally different color scheme and decor theme in the same general model. Emily picked sleek black ceilings and cabinetry, dark wooden floors and a fantastic red-orange couch. She made it her own!
Enjoy taking the picture tour of her spot below, and if you want a Castle Peak, contact Tiny Mountain Homes.
This is the Chinook Peak model by Tiny Mountain Houses, a builder with locations in both Oregon and California.
The home features a layout that prioritizes the living room, which sits beneath the sleeping loft that’s accessible by storage steps. You could easily fit your comfy couch in here! The kitchen has everything you need and the bathroom even includes a tub for those who want one. Cool!
Get additional details and base price below, and take the video tour to get the full view. Enjoy!
This is Troy & Krista’s 25 ft. Castle Peak Tiny Home in Washington.
It’s a fully-customized THOW built for them by Tiny Mountain Homes, and they’ve been living inside for 8 months, loving their tiny life!
We are thrilled with the design, and functionality of this model. Every detail of the interior and exterior my wife and I specifically picked out.
Troy and Krista sent us pictures of their lived-in home, and shared their story in a Q&A at the end of the post: You don’t want to miss it. I really love that they prove living in an RV park can be luxurious — just wait until you see their quaint little lot!
Not only does the home feature two lofts (one for sleeping, one for storage), it includes a downstairs “flex room” that could easily become your bedroom — no ladders necessary! It also keeps the bathroom and kitchen on separate ends of the home. Be sure to take the video tour, and get details and price below the pictures.
Contact Tiny Mountain Houses via the form at the end of the post. Enjoy!
This is Andrea’s Mt. Kilimanjaro Tiny House that she turned into home sweet home.
We posted this house in it’s “out of the factory” state a couple weeks ago, and Andrea saw it on Facebook and told us it was her house! So now you can see how she made it home. This transformation just goes to show how personal touches really make a house, a home! She added railings, a storage staircase and her favorite books. Enjoy!