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Shepherd Hut Tiny House by Güte

This is a Shepherd Hut Tiny House by Güte in Ontario, Canada.

The hut has a comfy L-shaped sitting area that converts into a double bed, a clever folding desk & kitchen table, a small murphy bed for a single person or child, and some storage space for blankets, pillows, cups, plates, etc. It also has space to mount a tv, as well as hooks on the wall for storing folding chairs out of the way.

The design includes a unique half-round bump-out on one end that provides extra living space inside, without increasing the square footage of the structure on the outside.

Every part of these huts is custom made, including the structure itself, the furniture, the doors, and the window frames; and the pair make a huge effort to source their materials and labor locally for things like milling wood and casting iron.

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Shepherd Hut Tiny House by Güte

Modern Shepherd Hut Tiny House by Gute 001

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Modern Shepherd Hut Tiny House by Gute 002

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  • Cassie May 13, 2016, 6:04 pm

    Could you please provide info on the hand pump water faucet it’s what I’ve been searching for??? Your designs are stunning hope mine can come close…thank you cassie

  • Lin May 13, 2016, 8:50 pm

    Very well thought out. I like the desk-to-dining table…no dropdown legs for support?
    I, too, was excited to see the hand pump and would like info for one. Thank you – very cool that you and your father are doing this together and the local sourcing for materials and goods is wonderful -great job!!

  • Carol Perry May 14, 2016, 1:17 am

    It’s really pretty inside with the bright yellow shelves. I was amazed to see how much room you really had in the shepherd hut. From the outside it’s deceiving but the way you have things set up you seem to have it nicely organized with chairs on the walls, table that turns into a desk. The L-shaped couch/combination bed/storage along with a your Murphy beds. You and your Dad do a real nice job designing these shepherd huts! You can tell you put a lot of hard work into a them! Carol🌻🌷🌹

  • Rue May 14, 2016, 2:23 am

    Sounds like they could build one of these with SIPs instead of sandwiching the foam insulation between the wood (which is essentially what SIPs are!)

    I gotta say, I don’t see the point of that skinny little Murphy bed, unless you’re buying this to use as an Airbnb and want somewhere for folks to put a kid. It’s barely wide enough to really sleep on, unless you’re the kind of person who’s comfortable in a mummy-style sleeping bag.

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