This new tiny home from Statton Rock takes risks and incorporates dark wall colors in a media room/living room/bedroom on the first floor to create a cozy cave. I actually love it, since the room is separate from the rest of the home which has creamy white shiplap to keep things bright. There are also oodles of windows for natural light. How would you use that room?
In the kitchen you’ll find all the appliances: a stacked washer & dryer, a full-sized refrigerator, a wall oven, dishwasher and spacious stainless steel sink. Since the home is all-electric, there’s a glass cook top and a closet dedicated to the hot water heater. Every stays hot or cool with the mini-splits. Enjoy the tour below.
It’s always an exciting day when we have a new Baluchon build to show you. This lovely tiny house was built for Claire, a client who is starting a new chapter of her life and calls her home, “The Smell of Rain” in French — that idea of fresh waters falling on formerly parched ground. Beautiful, really!
Claire wanted a very traditional tiny house, with a gable roof and standard living-kitchen-bathroom layout underneath a sleeping loft. But like always, Baluchon elevates the ordinary with beautiful craftsmanship and a pop of color — the barn red roofing and interior cabinets contrast beautifully with the light natural wood tones. What’s your favorite part of this build?
The latest tiny house built by MitchCraft might just be the *perfect* tiny home. I’m not sure what it’s missing. Not only is there a bedroom you can stand up in, but the room also has a washer/dryer AND full closet space, so you can put your clothing away as soon as it’s dry.
Downstairs, there’s an L-shaped kitchen with a rounded table/counter for eating. The living room is both cozy and grand, with a bookshelf and two couches. There’s a storage/office/bonus loft. Oh, and the full bathroom looks like it came out of a spa! Seriously, this tiny house has it all. Let us know what you think in the comments.
This is a beautiful traditional-style tiny house with board and batten siding and interior pine clapboards. The structure comes in at just under 200 square feet, and fits in a twin-sized downstairs bedroom.
There’s a compact living area, kitchen with butcher block cabinets and a bathroom that can work either on or off-grid depending on your needs. The 7×7 loft is in the middle of the THOW, and accessible via ladder from both ends. What do you think? You can buy it here for $45,000.
Now this is a gorgeous luxury tiny house on wheels! The Gooseneck design allows for an elevated (but not lofted) main bedroom area, and you’ll love all the storage they packed into this 36-foot design.
It’s been decked out with high-end materials like custom cabinetry, in-window blinds, marble finishes and high quality appliances. It’s for sale right now on Tiny House Marketplace.
I think you’re really going to love this gorgeous tiny home recently built and for sale in Portland, Oregon. Here’s what the seller says:
This exquisite tiny house was built by a general contractor & craftsperson who delights in creating inhabitable art using quality materials. No laminates/pressboard/vinyl/IKEA anything. Solid hickory floor; vaulted cedar ceiling and tin-tile accent wall with matching tin-tile and hickory cabinets; lots of ingenious built-in storage; hand-built, true divided-lite stained glass window. Space for love seat in living area. All new appliances. Fully functional electric/plumbing/heating/AC. The house is brand new and ready to roll! Currently located at build site in Portland, Oregon. Serious inquiries.
Technical schools are such a great option for students and can give them amazing hands-on skills to take into the workplace! Milton Hershey School has their students building a tiny home for a local campground, and maybe someday these kids can build their own tiny homes.
In the video below you’ll hear from some of the students, and we hope to follow up once they’re done so you can all see the finished product.
Indigo River Tiny Homes just finished up this 28 ft. “Pioneer” model tiny house for someone in Oklahoma. The new owners chose a bold red cabinet color that really brightens their THOW interior!
It features an open-concept floor plan, with a Murphy bed and oodles of built-ins on one side of the tiny house, and a galley kitchen and full bathroom with a stacked washer/dryer on the other. Pretty awesome!
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