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Brian and Alexis designed and helped build the Juniper, and they are documenting their tiny life in Yelm, Washington on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. Keep reading to see a few pictures of the Juniper again (see them all here), as well as find out why the couple chose to go tiny, how long it took them to get their dream home and even how the might have named a few beetle kill pine boards!
Living the Tiny Dream: Our Interview with Brian & Alexis
The home owners, Alexis & Brian, did a build assist build with Backcountry Tiny Homes where they helped design their custom home AND helped build it as part of their build crew… Juniper was named for it’s rich bark and flora colored exterior and, like the Juniper tree berries, shows off a beautiful blue with the beatlekill pine.
How cool! Plus, did you know Backcountry Tiny Homes is a woman-owned company? Thought that’s pretty awesome! For more details about the house and to contact the builders, click over to the last page.
Stunning Juniper Backcountry Tiny Home
This is Luke and Tina’s 204 sq. ft. solar-powered tiny home on wheels built using Backcountry Tiny Homes Plans. Outside, you’ll notice there’s a rooftop balcony accessible from the sleeping loft. When you step inside, you’ll find a living area, two lofts, a bathroom, kitchen, and plenty of storage throughout.
The off-grid home also features a rainwater harvesting system and a composting toilet. If you’re interested, plans are available to purchase if you’d like to build your own.
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