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Enchanting Tiny House w/ Amazing Outhouse

This is an incredible outhouse and bathhouse for a beautiful New Zealand tiny home located on a generational family farm.

If you’re a fan of outhouses, bathhouses, cabins, and tiny homes, I think you’ll really enjoy it and get a lot of inspiration from it. Check both of them out below and let us know your thoughts about them in the comments too!

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Outhouse and Bathhouse in this New Zealand Tiny Home

This is the outside of the bathhouse. It looks like a garden shed from the exterior.

This is the exterior of the outhouse which is right next to it. It’s got a nice slanted roof and vent.

The outhouse has a little sink to wash your hands.

The floor-to-ceiling window adds such a nice touch.

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  • Avatar Joanna Huskey
    April 2, 2021, 7:52 am

    Beautiful details.

  • Avatar vee
    April 2, 2021, 6:47 pm

    Charming! Love the natural wood finishes especially

  • Avatar Richard Lynn Herrington
    April 2, 2021, 10:03 pm

    Really nice in every respect. Does anyone have any information on where one could purchase a toilet like the one shown in the photograph? That vented toilet is quite unique.

    • Avatar Eric
      April 3, 2021, 2:39 am

      New Zealand… after all the tiny home is built in NZ? Whilst (fancy word) it could be imported it is probably an NZ item. I recall seeing similar items in Quirky constructions. However, YMMV

    • Avatar James D.
      April 3, 2021, 5:08 pm

      It’s a Bioloo, NZ company…

      The wind vent is actually something quite a few offer as an option, instead of just the normal electric fan, just most don’t opt for such a large vent pipe, and it’s one of the options available for larger, complete composting systems. Typically, gravity based, there would be a unit placed somewhere below, typically in a basement that the waste goes to and goes through the whole composting process. So you only have to dump the finished compost/soil… While some offer flush systems that can let you place the composter a good distance away, typically up to 70 feet away or even the floor above for more flexible layout placement…

      There’s even a few alternatives that use a bio-digester that generates gas you can use to cook with as well as compost tea, instead of your typical composting…

  • April 3, 2021, 3:24 am

    The best I’ve seen. Nice and wide and so beautiful having the separate outhouse and bathhouse. Look up at the stars. Lovely.
    Nice filming job Bryce. Clare.

  • Avatar Rosie
    April 11, 2021, 7:02 pm

    I saw this in Tiny House Big Living. This girl is a very smart woman. She made the most of her surroundings and I just love how she can separated her home in a unique way. Well done, dear! You inspire me.

  • Avatar Marsha Cowan
    April 17, 2021, 2:10 pm

    I like it! 🙂

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