We all love admiring staged tiny houses, captured by professional photography in ambient light, but have you ever wondered what these tiny houses look like after they’ve been lived in for a while? Or what they look like once the staging furniture is gone and your stuff is inside?
Andy Bretz over at THoW – Economic Hippie shared a whole album of pictures showing his lived-in THOW. We featured the builder’s pictures last month, so go check those out first and compare it to the sampling shown below! Plus on the last page you can read our interview with Andy about his tiny life, including his love of cooking and the challenges tiny living brings.
Want to see even more pictures? Check out the rest of his album here.
Related: Gooseneck Westbury Tiny House with Awesome Living Room
Lived-In Tiny House: Andy’s Life in his Westbury THOW
This is a 32′ Gooseneck Westbury model by Cornerstone Tiny Homes in Florida.
I love the mix and match shingles and clapboards on the outside of the home, but the inside is where the magic is! This tiny does a great job creating a separate living room over the gooseneck, and the bedroom on the other side is easily accessible by a super creative stair maze! But to be honest, it’s the glamorous kitchen that sold me on this unit. This home was custom-built, but you can purchase both a shell and finished version of this model. Watch the video walkthrough below!
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32′ Gooseneck Westbury with Awesome Living Room
Images via Cornerstone Tiny Homes