Wasted Time LLC is a tiny house company in Southern Louisiana that builds beautiful tiny homes with stunning interior (and exterior!) woodworking.
I use the term “hobbit” too much, but the sinker cypress inside this little home feels like it belongs in Middle Earth. This was a custom build, and at 12 feet wide, would require a permit to move it. That being said, the extra width allows for a super-spacious home with a downstairs bedroom, large living area and luxurious bath! Totally worth it.
Get more details about this specific model below. Enjoy the pictures!
32′ by 12′ Stunning Wasted Time Tiny House
Wow! Look at the live-edge on this counter top. Gorgeous.
Loving that knobbly wooden light fixture!
Live-edge trim around the windows in the living room.
I’d love to see this place furnished. Tons of room here!
Mini-split for heating and cooling in the living room.
Hallway to the back room (bedroom and bath back there!)
Wow those closet doors are amazing. This is the bedroom.
How cool is this bathroom? I like the toilet nook.
Custom sink. I have never seen something so cool!
Residential toilet for those who dislike composting kinds.
Here’s the simple exterior that would look great in the woods.
Love that they used the space over the hitch here.
Here is a sketch of the floor plan.
And a look at the loft area floor plan as well.
From Wasted Time LLC:
The “not-so-tiny” tiny house is just about complete! Measures 32′ long and 12′ wide. Just over 500 square feet with the loft space (loft is 11′ x 13′). Features a 5′ claw foot tub with shower, bathroom sink made from a sinker cypress burl, sinker cypress on floors, walls, ceilings and counters. Exterior siding is new growth cypress. Kitchen features double farm style sink, dishwasher, clothes washer/dryer, fridge, and freezer.
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