This is the Casita Chilome Tiny House on wheels by Indigo River Tiny Homes.
It’s a colorful tiny house with purple and teal siding, red accents, and a French red door entry. Take a look at it below and let us know what you think about it in the comments. Is this the sort of tiny house you can see yourself in?
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Casita Chilome Tiny House by Indigo River Tiny Homes
This tiny house features a queen-size loft that allows anyone under 6’4″ to get into bed from a standing position.
There are two french glass doors to enter and exit the tiny house.
The second door is accessible from the bathroom.
This tiny house has open shelving, a storage staircase, a farmhouse kitchen sink, a fireplace, and lots of windows.
The bathroom has its own door and window and there’s space for a washer/dryer combo too.
The sleeping loft has a desk with storage.
Operable skylight and windows.
Getting to and from the loft through a staircase.
What are your thoughts on this tiny house?
- Casita Chilome’
- By Indigo River Tiny Homes
- North Texas builder
- Queen-Size Stand-Up Loft
- Allows for anyone under 6’4″ to get into bed from a standing position
- Custom writing desk + storage in the loft
- Operable skylight
- “escape hatch” over the bed
- Storage staircase
- Custom kitchen cabinets
- Stainless steel sink and butcher block countertops
- Large windows for plenty of natural light
- Standard RV hook-ups
- Single slope roofline
- Mini-split AC + heat pump
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I like the stairs and love that it has railings. I’ve seen too many stairways that are open on the side and, well, accidents do happen. I’m not sure about the colors though, but to each their own. I’m sure it will get attention when on the road. I think it’s going to appeal to an artist or maybe an old hippy as its buyer. Whatever, it looks nice and is well laid out.
LOL! Don’t give old hippies a bad reputation by saying we would love those exterior colors. We are free spirits but we are not color blind! Ahahahahahaha
So I take it you weren’t a fan of pop artists like Andy Warhol, psychedelic art, etc?
Like other flower associated colors, it’s actually a fairly popular color combination. Maybe not so much for houses but there are a number of houses going back decades painted like this… You’ll also find for ribbons that purple and teal colors means support for suicide prevention awareness, btw… But basically, Purple represents wisdom and spirituality. While Teal is the color of restfulness and mental and spiritual balance.
Beautifully done. The only thing I would change is to make the living area a tad larger. It’s hard to tell from the pictures just how much space there actually is, but it looks a little too small for my taste. Love the bathroom and the built-in desk in the loft!
Like others, I’m really not a fan of the exterior colors but everyone has their own preferences. The interior layout is well thought out but I can see a couple of changes I would make. I would prefer a small range that includes an oven rather than a cook top. I do realize that the larger air fry ovens are getting better and better so maybe that would be an adequate alternative. I would make the windows in the living area up high enough for a regular sofa to fit underneath and would even be tempted to add a couple of feet to the length of the home in order to have a slightly larger living area. Overall, this is a nice THOW. Livable as is but each of us would make slight changes if we ordered one for ourselves, I’m sure.
a standup loft is a requirement for me. The railing is great too. A second door and loft egress is necessary. A lot to like hree. The paint can be changed if desired.
I like it beside the colors and the open shelving. Although I don’t like lofts, this one could be an exception.
It depends if there is sitting headroom at the bed area. I agree with Kathy, that the living area is a bit to tiny.