This couple purchased a plot of land in the Pacific Northwest that happened to have a tiny house shell and trailer already onsite! Since he’s a master carpenter and she has experience in interior decorating, they decided to finish it themselves and sell their creation.
The result is a unique blend of modern, industrial and Scandinavian design elements that really meld into a masterpiece. I’m in love with it! And it’s for sale!
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Master Carpenter and Interior Decorator Couple Finish This Tiny House Shell To Sell 🙂
First thing I notice is the galvanized ceiling.
Of course, that floating guest bed is pretty neat.
Love the reflection of the light in the evening!
Then the main loft is secluded up here.
Oooh looks like a spa!
Storage stairs, and really cool thick wall paneling.
Creative dish storage in the kitchen.
I’m all about live-edge wood!
I’ve never seen a “China cabinet” in a tiny house on wheels… 🙂
This light fixture! So cool.
Another view of it with different lighting so you can get a better sense of what it looks like.
The sliding door lets in lots of natural light.
The evening glow from the tiny house. 🙂
They found a fun way to storage towels with the copper piping in the bathroom.
More functional copper piping.
The space saving swivel mirror allows for a window in the bathroom.
Vertical paneling on the exterior.
Cafe lights always make things better!
Story Behind the House:
We bought some land in a forest on the Olympic Peninsula last summer and it came with this shell of a tiny home on its own brand new trailer. So we finished it ourselves.
Drew is a master carpenter/contractor and I’m a filmmaker/writer with a passion for interior design.
We wanted to create something that was contemporary but still in keeping with the Pacific Northwest where we are. The result is a modern cabin with a few funky design twists, like the handmade copper piping bathroom faucet and shower fixture and a reading loft/sleeping bunk above the living area that’s accessed by an iron pipe ladder. We went back and forth on making it fully off-grid but in the end installed an Incinolet toilet which needs an electricity hook up. Solar panels aren’t enough to power it. No black/grey water tanks so it needs to be parked with full hook ups. It comes with a 50ft 50amp power cord.
A large sleeping loft has a queen size mattress. The kitchen has lots of storage – plywood cupboards all custom built by Drew – and the metal boxes are reclaimed school shoe lockers found at Seattle Second Use. The light fixture was designed and made by Alexandra – three hessian rope bulbs wrapped around a piece of driftwood found on the beach.
Many of the items used to style the interior are also for sale.
We figure it’s a great full time living space, weekend retreat, granny flat/guest house or garden office.
- Incinolet toilet
- Located in Olympic Peninsula of Washington State
- Asking price is $129,000
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