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The ‘Boho Home’ Tiny House by Perch & Nest


This is the Boho Home.

It’s a tiny house on wheels built by Perch and Nest in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

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The Boho Home Tiny House on Wheels by Perch & Nest

The Boho Home Tiny House on Wheels by Perch & Nest

Images © Perch & Nest

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Images © Perch and Nest

We nicknamed this one the “Boho Home”. The owner completed the shell herself before bringing it to P&N for completion, making this home a challenging, yet rewarding build.

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  • Avatar oxide

    Photography tip: make sure the house is level *before* you set out the front door steps and potted plants. :-p

    • Avatar Dale Trembley

      LOL!

    • Avatar Sandi B

      Maybe it is just an optical allusion that the rig is tilted as the line of the stairs is even under the door.

  • Avatar Claude

    Nicely done!

  • Avatar Erin R.

    No sitting area?

  • Avatar Kathy

    I *love* the simple lines and clean and bright look of this darling comfy home! The owner did a great job with this design. Congrats!

  • Avatar kevin

    a staircase to one loft, but a climbing wall to the other?

  • Avatar ZACHARY E MOHRMANN

    Again I like the white pine trim detail through out the house…!

  • Avatar Sandi B

    I like a number of the ideas used in this build such as the storage cubby used as the front wall divider in the loft bedroom — gives privacy, storage and safety in case you are an “active” sleeper, it would keep one from crashing down onto the floor. The only way I see up to the second loft is to “rock” climb the wall — I guess that would be fun for a child, but I would think would become an annoyance after awhile. I suppose one could try and climb up the nic nac book shelves instead. I like that feature by the way, nicer than just shelves. I also like that it has a full size refrigerator. I am not sure about the tub surround material. But all-in-all a nicely done rig. Thanks for sharing.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      I also loved the built-in shelves 🙂

  • Avatar Susanne

    I always wonder how easy it would be to reduce sound up in the loft?

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      Hmm good point!

  • Avatar ROSEE

    There are a lot of great ideas going into this TH. That’s what make this TH special. Great job!

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      I love how bright it is!

  • Hello! Does anyone (particularly the owner!) know what kind of range/oven insert is in this house? Thanks for your help in advance!

  • praytell, what is the brand on the refridgerator? also how wide is it? lovely work, open, airy, thank you😎

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      It looks like an LG 🙂

  • Avatar Sheila Plourde

    The kitchen caught my eye. Really love this.

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