This beautiful Scandinavian-Inspired tiny home is called the Nordic Abode and features a striking minimalist design. There’s a kitchen and bedroom space, divided by a compact bathroom with a shower, toilet, and vanity.
The interior walls are whitewashed pine and there’s a sink, cooktop, and spot for a mini-fridge under the counter. Big picture windows let in tons of natural light and allow you to enjoy lovely views. The tiny homes are built out of Monterey, Tennessee.
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Simple No-Loft Scandinavian-Inspired Tiny Home
The first section holds the kitchen space and a large picture window.
I love the darker stain on the ceiling.
The wood on the wall is white-washed.
The bedroom is through the bathroom.
You have a toilet, vanity, and shower stall.
There’s a beautiful black metal exterior.
What do you think of this build?
The Nordic abode features a 8′ x 22′ footprint. This tiny home is built on a trailer but can also be ordered on skids. It comes fully finished out and plug in ready with a full bathroom, basic white vanity, flush toilet and a freestanding tub, small kitchenette with electric stovetop, sink, and outlet for refrigerator this build also boasts tons lots of natural lighting with a large 5×5 picture window and window over the kitchenette.
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Fender wells 3″??? Why bother? A flat floor will make a difference on a no-loft unit. Three or four-drawer cabinets, two drawers are not enough. The monster window is an opener? Are they ashamed of the backside view? Any bedroom escape windows or just a French door like the front? Be great for the wife, she hates windows anyway….part Mole I think…Good metal clad, maybe two-tone blue with white cloud splotches for a coastal unit?
You would think a builder like this would be near the west coast. Like Idaho or northern Nevada/New Mexico…..Be a great opportunity for Native reservation apprenticeship programs…Might have gotten some funding if not for the regime change to Gazillionaires Only Bunch…
“Fender wells 3″??? Why bother?”
Lofts aren’t the only reason to make that design choice. For example, it effects how high the entrance is and thus how many steps, or height of a ramp, it will take to access the home. Among other things it effects as well…
“Are they ashamed of the backside view? Any bedroom escape windows or just a French door like the front?”
Next to last photo down is the backside…
While they offer custom builds. Check their Brochure, there’s a couple of different one’s they’ve done shown there, including windows facing the backside…
It’s a kitchen, bath and bedroom. No living space. For me it is not enough.
French door in the bedroom, the window above the bathroom sink and entrance door seems to be the only opening ones, not many ventilation options. The giant window in the kitchen doesn’t provide any daylight when working on the kitchen counter.
I don’t like the black exterior. It’s not for FL climate.
James I am aware that it is a custom build but the company did livable ones.
The Brochure shows some of the variety they’ve done, the range of options isn’t well shown on their website, as well as point out they do multiple types. Like homes on skids instead of a trailer or you can just have a module for use as a office or extra living room, etc. So can mix and match instead of just doing a single monolithic unit.
The model shown here appears to be a custom as the default photos on their website show a different layout…
I actually like the black though some wood accents would warm it up a bit, make it a little more friendly looking. I like the interior colors and materials. It’s hard to see how much “living” space there is without seeing a floor plan but it looks like you could fit at least a small sofa in there. I think it missed at least a couple of storage opportunities by not having upper cupboards in the kitchen and why not a fold-up counter under that very generous window? I could spend lots of time there either eating meals or working on my computer. Escape out the back would be a problem but perhaps there is a provision for that that is not obvious with this post. Thankfully when we choose to have one built for our own use, there are options and customizations possible. It definitely has features that I would want to keep even while making changes to suit my personal needs. Pretty nice overall!