Here’s a tiny house I hadn’t seen before that I get to show you thanks to SpacesTV and my friend Ali.
And it’s got a one of a kind way of generating free heat which I’ll show you below.
It was designed and built by Yestermorrow Design Build School students.
Yestermorrow Tiny House
It was built in Vermont where Yestermorrow is located and the home is now in Massachusetts.
If you’re wondering, this is the same place where we’re having a Tiny House Fair this summer.
Don’t miss the video tour below, too (along with the rest of the pictures):
Bedroom in a Tiny House
This is a great tiny home because it has a real bedroom instead of an upstairs sleeping loft. And you can see there’s still plenty of built in storage.
I like how they use a simple desk lamp for lighting in the bedroom.
Bedroom Storage in Tiny Homes
Another thing you’ll notice if you watch the video tour below is that the bed is elevated high enough where there are plenty of drawers under the bed so you have lots of built in storage.
But the bed is not so high that you have to climb up to it or anything.
Tiny House Kitchen
The kitchen is really small but is still functional. And the backsplash is recycled steel.
Open shelving versus large cabinets always helps a space feel larger especially in tiny kitchens. But don’t worry, there’s still cabinets above that (you’ll see in the video).
Genius Dish & Utensil Storage Dry Rack Above Kitchen Sink for Drainage
My favorite part of the kitchen, which you’ll also see in the video, is how they created a built in dish and utensil storage directly above the sink so you never have to dry them.
Great use of space and saves you time everyday.
The Entire Bathroom is a Shower with a Drain
The floor and bench here are made of rot resistant wood with built in floor drainage so the room is a shower.
Salvaged Plumbing Parts for Lighting
Multi-Purpose Living Room/Kitchen
Floor Plan for this Tiny House
Pretty simple design, isn’t it?
Free Heat for Tiny Houses Using Poop?
I knew you wouldn’t expect this. And neither did I when I watched but they’ve actually set up a system to heat a tiny home and heat water for free using a large pile of hay bales with wood chips, sawdust and manure with a 600 ft pipe that loops inside. What!
Video Tour of this Yestermorrow Tiny House
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