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Handcrafted Tiny House with Beautiful Design and Woodwork


This lovely handcrafted tiny house was built by Chris Booth in Vancouver, BC Canada.

It’s 19 feet long including the covered porch, and it has a beautiful row of windows along the roofline on both sides of the house.

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Handcrafted Tiny House – Outside

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Inside you can see the beautiful details in the woodwork – custom window frames, moulding, countertops, doors and shelving.

Handcrafted Tiny House Tour 4

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Handcrafted Tiny House Tour 2

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The living and dining room have space-saving furniture, with a couch, table and chairs that fold up and out of the way to create an open space when you need it.

There’s also a half-size closet on the main floor as well as a drawer below for extra storage.  It’s nice to have clothing storage on the main floor so you can get dressed standing up!

Handcrafted Tiny House

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The galley kitchen has a large counter on the left for food preparation as well as a bar fridge, stovetop and oven, sink and open shelves for dishes.

The main loft above is bright and spacious with the dormers adding extra head room and the roofline windows letting in lots of natural light.

There are storage boxes running the length of the bed on either side for books, clothes and linens.

Handcrafted Tiny House Tour 3

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The second loft has a single bed and can be accessed with the same ladder as the main loft.

Handcrafted Tiny House Tour 6

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In the bathroom there’s a dry compost toilet that uses peat moss, and on the opposite side there is a wood shower stall with exposed copper pipe.

Handcrafted Tiny House Tour 5

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For a full tour, check out the video below!

VIDEO: Handcrafted Tiny House with Beautiful Design & Woodwork – Full Tour

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Danielle Chabassol
Danielle is a digital nomad who is passionate about tiny spaces, living with less, reducing waste and eating plant-based food. Danielle is half of the Exploring Alternatives blog & video project. You can find more of her at www.ExploringAlternatives.ca and her Exploring Alternatives YouTube Channel.
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  • Avatar Alison
    April 29, 2020, 11:33 pm

    Beautiful woodwork. The high windows running along both sides bring in so much light and look really good. They’ve done a great job with a small space.

  • Avatar D. Pedersen
    April 30, 2020, 3:58 am

    This looks really nice – even though I am not a fan of sleeping lofts with ladders.

  • Avatar Maria
    April 30, 2020, 5:54 am

    Love everything except the toilet. I would have an RV low flush toilet.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee
      April 30, 2020, 2:19 pm

      Good idea!

  • Avatar Marcia
    April 30, 2020, 4:52 pm

    I am confused/concerned about one ladder for two lofts. Loft one goes to bed, loft two moves the ladder to go to bed. How does loft one get down from that side to either go to the bathroom or get up for the day without a ladder or without waking the person in loft two to bring the ladder?

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