A few months ago, Timbercraft Tiny Homes released their newest model, the Teton. Well, here’s another iteration of that model with a beachy interior feel. It has washed-out wood tones and blue-grey cabinetry.
There’s a first-floor bedroom with lots of storage and beautiful high ceilings, as well as a loft bedroom/bonus space over the bathroom. The U-shaped kitchen and front living room take up the rest of the home. Check it out below!
We know and love Timbercraft Tiny Home’s most popular model – The Denali XL – but their latest design is equally stunning! The Teton is 8.5×34 feet and includes a ground-floor bedroom with a storage bed and built-in side tables.
This model also includes a loft bedroom with a removable ladder and a spacious L-shaped kitchen with a farmhouse sink and residential appliances. The living room is at the front of the home where you enter. What do you like about the Teton?
Just a few days ago we showed you a 10×41 Denali by Timbercraft Tiny Homes — and here’s a Rustic Denali! Just like the other one, this one has a bedroom over the fifth wheel so you don’t have to climb a ladder to get to bed. But this one also has a secondary loft bedroom for guests, kids, or even storage.
The kitchen and living area are still large and spacious, and you get a full bathroom and room for a washer/dryer combo.
To get a better feel for the layout, there’s a video tour at the end of another Denali XL — the finishes are different, but the layout is similar! Timbercraft says this is their most popular model, and I can see why.
It’s an incredible 42ft tiny house built on a 9.5ft wide gooseneck trailer with approximately 399 sq. ft. of floor space inside.
This tiny home has it all! It has two air conditioning units to make sure you always have plenty of fresh air. It also has an air ventilation system (something that’s often overlooked in tiny homes), powered skylights with rain sensors, and more. You’ve got to watch the video tour at the bottom to fully appreciate it. Enjoy!
It’s a 37′ long ,8.5′ wide and 13.5′ high tiny house and with that awesome length, they were able to fit a lot in! It’s 352 sq. ft. as shown below, but they add an optional loft over the living room to make the space 430 sq. ft. But space doesn’t mean anything if it’s not beautifully crafted, and as with all Timbercraft homes, this one is stunning inside and out. Enjoy the pictures and video tour below to learn more, and head over to Timbercraft Tiny Homes if you’d like one of your own!
This is the 34-foot Retreat Tiny House by Timbercraft Tiny Homes. It’s unique because it has three lofts and can sleep 5-6 people comfortably.
The home is built on a gooseneck trailer. Step inside through the double French doors to find the cozy living room with a big comfortable couch, a U-shaped kitchen with full appliances and lots of storage, and a beautifully tiled bathroom with tub and residential toilet.
This 12′ x 24′ cabin for sale is a guest post by Doug Schroeder
I am a home builder and have been for 20 yrs. I became interested in tiny buildings a few years back. When I needed an office last year I decided to build a small portable building that could be used as my office and then turned into a tiny house, studio, or guest cabin when I was done with it.
I built it on skids with treated floor joists and standard 2×4 wall construction. It is insulated and has a bathroom and closet framed in the rear under the loft. The bathroom is unfinished at this time as I didn’t need the bathroom.
The overall size is 12×24. The bathroom is 5×8 and the closet is 3×8. The floors, walls and ceilings are 1×8 pine and the front doors are fir, the interior door is knotty alder, the windows are Jeld-Wen. As a builder I cut no corners on this building and paid attention to the details.
I think it turned out great and I have enjoyed using it but I have decided to move back to Alabama this summer and will need to sell to help with the move. It is located in southern Indiana now but can be delivered.
Janis and Glen were nearing retirement age and looking for a downsizing option that would let them live close to the water. When they came across a renovated Airstream in the Tiny Tranquility park, they jumped at the opportunity. But the Airstream ended up being a little too tiny — so Janis started researching tiny house companies until she finally settled on Timbercraft Tiny Homes.
Her nearly 400-square foot home is absolutely stunning, with a ground floor bedroom for her and her husband, a loft room for their daughter, a large bathroom, and a great room/kitchen with bright blue cabinetry. All the windows inside let in stunning natural light. Let us know what you think!
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