This is the NestHouse tiny home. It’s built by Jonathan Avery of Tiny House Scotland.
If you’re curious, it’s 25 square meters (269 sq. ft.) inside (including the loft space).
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The NestHouse in Scotland: 269-Square-Feet of Bliss!
Images © Jonathan Avery
A tiny house on a foundation with a staircase to the loft.
I really like this floor plan in a tiny house. The loft is so cozy and bedroom-like.
The kitchenette and dining area.
What do you think so far?
Abundance of windows and natural light.
View from the loft.
Furniture on wheels.
Cozy living room nook with fireplace.
What a great spot to read.
Lots of storage, too!
Another way to arrange the place…
Living room nook under the sleeping loft.
Cozy sleeping loft.
Closet space in the loft.
The bathroom is perfect!
Can you see yourself living happily in this tiny house?
Creative overhead storage.
Such a beautiful fireplace.
Good use of vertical storage.
Always fun ways to decorate.
The built-in bookshelves are perfect.
It looks like a tiny house on wheels, but it’s actually on a foundation.
It’s wider than most tiny houses on wheels.
I just love it, how about you?
It’s designed and built by Jonathan Avery of Tiny Houses Scotland.
It’s built with a metal roof. Built-in chimney for the fireplace.
I really like this green door.
This tiny house definitely has a whimsical touch to it, doesn’t it?
Outdoor deck built-out.
A beautiful tiny house, ready to enjoy.
I just love it…
What’s your favorite part about it?
Red paint with white windows, a nice touch.
It’s so pleasant to look at, isn’t it?
Little decorative fish in the window.
Images © Jonathan Avery
The NestHouse by Jonathan Avery of Tiny House Scotland
I started Tiny House Scotland in February 2014 as an overall banner for my experimental small-scale eco-building projects.
After many months of research and development, I built the first prototype – the NestHouse which is now complete and undergoing testing. I am currently working on the next project – a road towable design called the NestPod which will start building very soon.
Tiny House Scotland represents my personal crusade to bring together the physics of building science with aesthetic design and individual craftsmanship to create a new alternative for small-scale sustainable living. The aim is to create a holistic result which is beautiful and functional both inside and outside.
My lifelong passion for architecture and green design prompted me to design a beautifully crafted small wooden building with high-quality sustainable materials, offering complete protection from the elements. A fundamental shelter with a totally comfortable interior that is light-filled, snug and charming.
The Nesthouse combines many innovative techniques in its construction. Unlike traditional architecture, the shell is conceived as a whole – not a series of interconnected and differently structured walls, floor and roof. My Snug Shell Concept with Advanced Framing techniques creates a stressed-skin timber frame shell which is heavily insulated but also has a further unbroken (apart from door and windows) outer shell of outsulation to remove virtually all thermal bridging, effectively providing a fully insulated combined roof/ wall / floor structure. The double or triple glazed windows ‘float’ within this outer shell. The Nesthouse is designed with a solar orientation so it had minimal glazing on the North elevation reducing heat loss while the Southerly elevation gains solar energy passively with large windows. A brise soleil will provide summer shading over the larger windows.
So my concept for a Moveable Modular Small Eco-house was born and I decided to call it the Nesthouse using the analogy of a bird nesting box – a compact, wooden, eco-friendly survival unit. This was the start of Tiny House Scotland – my business to design and build small-scale moveable homes in Scotland.
Indeed this was my main vision for the Nesthouse – full-time homesteading or micro-living – ideal for singles or couples who want to live sustainably on their land or as an affordable starter home in urban or rural areas. Of course the Nesthouse can just as easily be used as a studio, home office or holiday let, but I do believe that there is a greater purpose here; to provide affordable small housing units – whether for a young person on a Scottish Island beset by the holiday-home phenomenon or a communal housing co-operative like a Tiny House Community.
This holistic approach to living in a small house on a smallholding or small farm with varying degrees of self-sufficiency, or even just taking a conscious decision to live more simply and closer to nature whilst working from home, could mean you could live debt-free without a mortgage.
The need for a sustainable small living options for people who cannot afford £100k plus for a house has to be a compelling argument in this era of housing shortage, not to mention the Planet’s need for us all to want and need less of its resources and practice consumption awareness. I hope in a small way that my Nesthouse can address some of these issues!
Jonathan Avery Nov 2016
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Well thought out and utilized storage spaces and I like that some of them are on wheels. And what’s not to love about that bathroom and soaker type tub! Nicely done.
Yes I agree! — Tiny House Talk Team
What a delightful little cottage/tiny house. Not only has the functionality of the inside and outside shell/building been thoughtfully designed but the colors and living spaces are heavenly – and the bathroom – wow perfect! Thank you so much for sharing.
You are so welcome! 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
How lovely. Beautiful use of color and design. I could live there in a heartbeat
Me too! — Tiny House Talk Team
I love the staircase! Much better than those ladders. The pictures show several configurations of the wheeled furniture — very clever. I’d probably make a couple cosmetic changes, like painting/staining all the raw plywood. And find a spot to hang a TV.
Good ideas! — Tiny House Talk Team
What a charming tiny home! Love the airy feeling you get when your inside. All the colors throughout the home co-inside with each other. Great idea as far as the matching furniture works well as storage pieces that just fit together nicely. The loft is a nice little retreat, awesome idea for the closet. Everything through out the home just matches perfectly. love the large deck that you find surrounding the home outside! Thank you for inviting me in.?????
So happy you liked it! — Tiny House Talk Team
Cute as a bug in a rug !!!
🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
This one goes right to the top of my list of faves!
Mine too! — Tiny House Talk Team
I LOVE this nest! The windows open it to the outdoors and the interior color (although a matter of personal taste) is beautiful. Well done!
The color is just stunning! — Tiny House Talk Team
What a charming TH! So many spaces to use and clean lines throughout the whole inside. Good job!
I love it! — Tiny House Talk Team
Leave it to the Europeans to come up the with most well planned tiny houses. Every one I see utilizes space in the best way. Nothing looks cluttered. Clean lines, light colors, interesting containers, space savers make it look large and livable, bright and sunny. We Americans need to hire these architects and learn a lesson or two or more! I would put this on a slab today an move in tomorrow if I could.
I completely agree! — Tiny House Talk Team
Love this design, and really in live with that sofa/couch….Does anyone know what store or website that sofa was purchased from..?
I am completely in love with this home for the same reasons as listed as above – clean lines, uncluttered, extremely well designed with essential many miss. I also love the furniture on wheels. Such a simple yet effect solution to many problems. I also love that it can be changed around a bit. I need to change things around a bit from time to time and to have that option in a tiny home is so perfect to me. Brilliant.
Perfect comment Janet, it is a beautiful well thought out home.
Thank you Jonathan, would plans be available??
Thanks again all.
Well it’s amazing what you can learn from reading your information regarding plans 🙂 My honey and I live in the US, Ohio and in the city and pricing for homes has gone through the roof and we are considering other adventures with living smaller. So my question would be, how can we build one of your beautiful designs or a design that you would keep within your philosophy here in the US.
This is my second-fave tiny house (first-fave is Zyl Vardo’s Moon Dragon). Everything is so well-placed and beautifully finished. And that bathroom – WOW! Crummy bathrooms are my pet peeve with TH’s, but this gem has no such problem. What’s the price for this?
Thanks for the kind comment Sparrow – I’ll happily take second stylistically to Zyl’s Moon Dragon which is on my fave list too(!!!); although that is a Vardo, rather than a heavily insulated near zero energy 7.5 ton house which is what the NestHouse is.
The price for the NestHouse – as you see it in the pictures – around £47,000 GBP, but available as a shell finish from £32,000
Thanks for the response, Jonathan 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
Thanks so much, Jonathan! Hmmm…converting that to U.S. dollars, a fully-built version would cost around $58,294. Not at all bad for what you get. I wonder what the Scotland-to-U.S. shipping costs would be? (gulp).
If this designer sells the plans, I’m sure any good contractor can build that house in the US.
This also goes on my list of favorites. Well planned out. I love everything about it—the color, the movable furniture, the stairs, and that cute tub. Plus the outside deck. Sigh, and it’s in Scotland. Maybe someday…..
Scotland is the best 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
This is a really nice living area from the real stairway to the loft, the bathoom & especially the many windows, makes it a cozy atmosphere
Yes it’s super cozy. And I love cozy! — Tiny House Talk Team
🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
The colors and general design (lots of storage) are wonderful! Way to go Tiny House Scotland!
Yes! 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
What a little beauty. Design, form and colours in the beautiful highlands. Congratulations. Thank you for sharing
It’s a gem! — Tiny House Talk Team
Absolutely gorgeous. The wood and colours are perfect. The clean lines and innovative storage solution are very trendy and tasteful.
That they are! — Tiny House Talk Team
That they are. Strewth, in my mind’s hearing that sounded so very, very Scottish. LOL
OMG! Will you marry me? Everything everyone else said and more. Utterly charming and livable. Thanks for sharing. I will be stealing some of your ideas with impunity.
Hahahah Resa you cracked me up 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
A M A Z I N G!!! By far my favorite!! Like no other I have ever seen!! After the election figured I would be packing up and moving to Canada!! Think I could deal with Scotland!! lol
Scotland is a lovely place 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
Go for it Tanya, we have lots of space for nice people..
What a charmer! I love the well thought out storage under the stairs… love the real stairs period! That tub! The color scheme is wonderful; the whole house looks like an old friend with open arms to welcome you home. I want it….I need this house!
Yes! Me too 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
Very “original” as far as one can be in a tiny house! Great layout and ideas! Very pleasant setting!
That it is 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
Love the modular well thought ideas. One the best designs I’ve seen.
Look forward to the movable version.
Please remove this. I corrected it below. Thanks
One of the best modular designs I seen yet. Look forward to seeing the towable version.
It is towable… you just can’t see the towing bits and pieces.
Oh my gosh! It’s perfect! The stairs, the fireplace, the tub surround, everything! Absolutely lovely!
Yes! It really is 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
Put me on a plane!
This is my first comment as I finally found a “Tiny House” which I think I could actually live in for a long period of time. I feel the combination of abundance of sunlight and strategically placed living area (Toilet/Shower and stairs for sleeping areas) well planned. One point I would enjoy is a bit more “Solar / Eco” measures such as sun panels etc. Otherwise, great build and awsome creativity!
Many thanks for your comments Brian! The NestHouse prototype does not have solar panels yet but it is available as a full off grid version or indeed hybrid with batteries and mains hook-up. It does a lot of work with its solar orientation though (a la Passivhaus methods) so its required energy input is very low. Oh, and while you guys are recovering from Election fever (ouch!) – here is my manifesto for Tiny House Scotland!! https://tinyhousescotland.co.uk/tiny-house-scotland-the-manifesto/
I’m so glad it inspired you, Brian! — Tiny House Talk Team
Great Scott what a awesome color choice… Very placid, and calming, something you might find in a hospital or a institutional resort of sorts…..! Lmao….! No really…! I like the color, very calm and soothing….. Not overly out there to the point where you just want to scream……….
I totally agree! Super calming… — Tiny House Talk Team
Beautiful, amazing home in lovely Scotland. Nicest I have seen in this size and amazingly functional.
Someday, someone will figure a way to have a higher bed in a loft.
That it is 🙂 — Tiny House on Wheels
Nice little house in a wonderful country. Go for it Natalie.
Alas, if only we were staying here longer 🙂 — Tiny House on Wheels
Luv that bathroom!
Yes 🙂 — Tiny House on Wheels
Ahhh….! It’s Lake Placid again, or that’s what I call this one, because of it’s paint color…. I love it, very peaceful….!
Yes the peaceful decor is wonderful. — Tiny House on Wheels
Absolutely love it! And what a beautiful interior. Love that you can take pieces outside when the sun shines. And that lime green door is delicious!
Haha yes it is! — Tiny House on Wheels
Nicely done. I would think ok for 1 person. Might be tight for more. And Trump might build a wall around Scotland just because he can.
Wow, class can not be bought even with a billion, you have to be born with it!
That report hit was a mistake sorry…What I wanted to state was NOBODY is more anti Fascist GOP than myself…But Natalie and Alex try to present WITHOUT bringing in what has happened to the USA spiraling down into oblivion Banana Republic…We get that every other line from the REST of the World daily. Instead lets extol the great presentation of a structure that has a great on your hands and knees sleeping area…And I too Love it..
Trump and his mail order, magazine posing bride making most of us crazy these days!!!!!
If you loved the NestHouse – please vote for it at Tiny House of the Year 2016 please – there are categories for different features as well as overall Best Tiny House.
Thanks for all the great comments here (except the trump bit!) Jonathan Avery Tiny – House Scotland
Went to your site..Not really a conversation place. So I will state I have never been to heaven, but I have been to China. And what you might look at is some way to expand the sleeping area where older people can stand up. Worldwide a lot of people not built like Jackrabbits or young and drunk and twenty might consider your product…Which is odd for me..as THAT is my only complaint. Every other aspect is WAY UP on the WOW Meter.
This is pretty much the coolest, best designed Tiny house I’ve ever seen. It’s fantastic and a credit to the designer.
I love everything about this house. Too bad the designer/builder is not located in Canada. After spending some time looking at the website, I do have one question. Is the nest house pictured the medium or the large model?
Hmmm good question Susanne! I’d guess the larger one. — Tiny House Talk Team
Out of all the tiny home designs I’ve seen so far, this is one of my favourites. This little home provides an element of flexibility and capacity to change up the living areas in a way that provides multiple options whilst still managing to provide a feeling of spaciousness. In addition to that the thought behind layout and functionality is really impressive. This tiny house has a quirk and sense of character that I LOVE 🙂
I totally agree. Great design. — Tiny House Talk Team
I know this sounds critical but… I can’t believe how often homes are repeated. Sometimes it’s just a matter of days before they’re published again. It’s just a thought but maybe you guys are trying to feature too many homes with each newsletter and/or trying to publish to often?
Sorry Michael. It’s just been the holidays so we haven’t written as many new posts. Starting next week we will get some new blood in here 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
Ahh….! Lake Placid again..A name I have given this Tiny House because of it’s color scheme… And I finally get the nesting name it’s been given, as it reminds of a set of nesting tables, if looked at from it’s frontal, or profile view…! Or at least I’m guessing it’s why it has it’s name… ( Honestly I never really had time to read the whole story behind this Tiny House, so I am assuming ..)
It really is a great home! — Tiny House Talk Team
I love the fact that Mr. Avery has thought of incorporating an entry in his design. Living in Quebec with heavy snow and cold, this is a very practical design. Love the fireplace and its placement, and what’s not to like about the staircase. Would totally buy the plan for this.
May I live there, please? I will happily leave my husband and children behind. I’ll just take the dogs and cats. I love the fact that you can move the furniture to suit and that the loft manages to feel like a real room. And yes, I love the colors, natural wood and all. I’ll take it. Heck, I’ll take two and the husband and kids can come and live in the other one! But this one is mine.
Hahah Sonja 🙂 It is pretty great!
Sorry Sonja…cats only I’m afraid…providing they will be friends with my Siamese…and my wife!!
Gorgeous! Love the colors and light feel to it. Best designer/builder in all of Scotland, lol!
yep that’s hilarious – I am the ONLY one!
OH how i LOVE this house!!!!!On a wee plot, in the Highlands of Scotland…………………………….Sigh. 🙂 🙂 🙂
errr actually we are in the Lowlands!! near Edinburgh! – still beautiful though!
So adorable! Love it! The colors are so refreshing and uplifting. I would probably put the couch over by all the windows and the table where the couch is,but that’s just personal preference.
Well you can – the table and sofa can be swapped whenever you want – it’s part of the design!!
Good idea 🙂
Lmfao….! I love this house and it is great seeing it yet again…! Very peaceful color that green interior trim… I just don’t know what they was thinking when they painted that front door though….!
They liked it 🙂
Will he come to Minnesota and build me one?n This is absolutely
Seriously! I’d love that hehe.
Lisa, I want a sm. log cabin built so I can haul it to Prior Lake, Mn. I’d love to have a home like this so I can live on my daughters sm. piece of land so I can be around my Grandbabies & live out my life there. Do you live close to Prior Lake?
I love the design and colors. Such an ‘airy’ quality.
Me too! It’s awesome.
Does anyone know which woodstove that is? I’m in love with it!
It appears to be a Scandinavian wood stove!
Cannot remember the brand name at the moment!
Love it. Love all the windows, color and great space even in a tiny home. You did a magnificent job.
Best tiny house design I have ever seen.
I like this design quite a lot. And the many windows give such lovely “nature” feel: bright, airy, freedom! Then, what this house also shows, I’d say better than any other house I’ve ever seen: what a waste of space and freedom a gable roof is! It’s beyond me why so many builders aren’t practical, when they decide on the roof design. And if it’s for beauty reasons? Hey, there are so many more beautiful roof designs too.
But if you haven’t seen those, obviously you’ll find this gable roof the most beautfiful possible.
The gable is the classic shape, embedded in our psyches. They do shed snow and rain well. A friend of mine has a theory that low ceilings make people aggressive and irrational, and you have to admit that these open, high gables have a nice airy feel. But there are certainly other good options that might make ‘better'(?) use of space.
I like the natural plywood walls.
I love a gable roof 🙂
Now, this is SWEET. I would love living here.
I’m so glad 🙂
Discreet and silent, like a solitary cloud pushed on a clear sky by a light spring breeze…
Love that description 🙂
I really, really like this. I would tweak a bit for myself (a larger fridge/freezer, a kitchen pantry, and mostly a washer/dryer.) I would live in this in a heartbeat. I love the light look of the natural plywood/paneling.
Lovely. It even looks like there would be room to set up my loom so I could weave away the pleasant hours in my lovely little home.
Love that you have a loom 🙂 Do you sell on Etsy or some other place?
Gee what can I say? Finally something amazing and in Scotland and only a mere 50 or so miles from me, I have died and gone to heaven I really have its truly the work of my dream home!! How did you do that? Were you in my brain? As its really truthfully EXACTLY as I want, colours in all, I am semi disabled and retired, so a lot of reading, writing and web stuff so the sheer abundance of natural light in this build is a massive result for my lifestyle and needs, if it was wholly totally off-grid I would kill for it like many I would want it in the glorious Highlands of Scotland having just recently been forced to move back to the metropolis that is Glasgow (well it’s outskirts anyway 🙂 ) through circumstance and no suitable housing for me in Lochaber where I was extremely happy until the ruling council decided to take my spectacular cottage in Morar overlooking the River Morar and the world famous “Silver sands of Morar, away from me on some technicalities in reference to my disabilities and further abandon me bang smack in the middle of Fort William which I hated from day one and couldn’t wait to get out of there, so you see when you have had an such amazing home and lost it!!!! And something as amazing comes along that might just be possible (money aside 🙂 )
If only I was able to lease one very long term (I’m 53 so for the rest of my life) I would pack now and be there tomorrow, so my friends, builders and enthusiasts IF you can find a way to provide such a spectacular home for me please don’t hesitate to contact me (or any equally spectacular TH or cottage in the NW Highlands (Lochaber preferred) I’m all ears there would I’m sure in fact positive there would be a market for holiday letting or full time letting such a property or small exclusive development of these in Scotland but I bags the FIRST one just show me where I sign 🙂
Until a kind benefactor happens along I shall just have to remain here doing the lottery and hoping upon hope something changes but if I ever did win I would order one of these immediately for sure.
Bravo bravo bravo one very special build and in Scotland too, I take back all my moans about Scotland having no TH interest as obviously it does but to my knowledge no active enthusiasts community? If there is either a website community or Facebook community of Scottish TH enthusiasts that I have not yet found please point me in the right direction or fancy setting one up? I’m game for that also.
Until something happens in any area noted above regards to one and all from a delightfully unseasonal bright sunny hot central Scotland 🙂 🙂
I am so glad you like this one Dug and that you have found inspiration!!! 🙂 Here is a UK group that might be helpful: https://www.facebook.com/tinyhouseuk/
Avery = Light and nimble as a BIRD!
What a terrific and fantastic tiny home. Your brain is so amazing to come up with such an incredible build. So peaceful, so full of light, so very functional & such soothing/pleasing colors. Love it all. Love how the winding stairs beckon exploration. Wonderful drying rack, is it on a pulley system? And you can rearrange large objects as needed! Please come to the US and build your homes or start a new NestHouse Tiny Bird Branch here. Or place one in a museum or library in US so more people can see what you’ve created. Alex, maybe your readers would help fund such an exhibit.
TINY HOUSE TALK TEAM thanks for sharing this amazing and inspiring creation and building peaceful bridges across countries and cultures.
A tiny house museum would be pretty cool! 🙂
Wow – I am bowled over by some of the comments on here – thank you all so much! Tiny Houses have NOT caught on over here yet (at all) but I am working on it.
So if anyone has a contact at MOMA get them to call me and commission one…
I’m more than happy to be your gineau pig to live in this to show how easy it would be and sing your praises to anyone that wishes to view get in touch 🙂
As I said in my post above a “Scottish” TH website community would be the utmostly best way forwards to get the word out of here in Bonnie Scotland, catering to Scottish people, and their specific needs from such a property, now with a “Scottish” builder backing it can only help both that builder and a community both working for each other, I have plenty of time on my hands to set it up and run it if you would be interested I am happy to discuss it further, we have a very unique opportunity to be first in Scotland to do so not a situation to be sneezed at my friend, would love to discuss this idea further with you I am here should you wish to throw some ideas about.
Yours Dougie 🙂
Well, this is just LOVELY, everything about this small home is appealing. The colours, the decor, the storage spaces, the tub, the well thought out ‘extras’ to make life a bit better. Love this one.
It’s one of our favorites here at Tiny House Talk!
Every time I see this home I’m reminded of why it’s on my top ten list… it’s so nice! 👍
This is my favorite small house ever! The stairs almost disappear and yet they look sturdy and comfortable. The colors open up the space but aren’t boring. There are places to relax, work, cook. I’m in love with this house!
I doubt I can make any comments that haven’t already been made! Bravo, just adorable. love it. Where is the bathroom in the design? I saw it in the pics but couldn’t figure out where it was in the floor plan.
This was my favourite solid foundation tiny home when I first saw it months ago and it still looks as good. At last a design that allows the furniture to be moved around depending on the season or what else is going on. Fixed furniture is a nightmare for anyone who has differing needs at different times. For example when sewing I need space for a table I can walk around while pattern making/fabric cutting as well as a smaller table for a machine to sew on. When painting I need floor space for my easel, chair and work unit for my paints/brushes/cleaner etc. This is the first house that would allow me to work inside without having to purchase an extra building for sewing/painting. Others, like my daughter who is a hairdresser/make-up artist who sometimes works from home would also be able to use the house instead of having to purchase/build a work shop for clients to visit if desired. Most tiny homes build everything in meaning that you can’t adapt the design for multi use which is essential for anyone who works from home either full time or part time. Well done to the designers, other than some THoWs from New Zealand – Pohutakawa and Kauri models – this is the ideal design. Easily adapted for families as well.
Once again many thanks for the many kind comments on Tiny House Talk about my NestHouse™ – so many of you have really GOT the features and ideas that I set out to incorporate…it’s very gratifying and important to me as a designer craftsman working on my own and trying to lead a sustainable lifestyle with my craft.
My new tiny house – the NestPod™ has just been delivered to a client in Portugal – so keep your eyes out for that when I release it…there are some sneak peaks on my website for now: https://tinyhousescotland.co.uk/nestpod-tiny-house-caravan-wagon/
Note for Diana Angell the bathroom is under the sleeping loft – it’s the door at the end of the living space!!
Hey Jonathan, thanks for the update! We can’t wait to see the NestHouse!
Very nice house. I don’t care for the houses on wheels. I want a tiny house attached to a foundation.
Check out Cook County, Minnesota – you can build andplace your tiny home there on your own land and live in it full-time! Talk to zoning – they are very open to tiny houses. Murphy Mountain area in Grand Marais (Cook County) – gorgeous area and the town of Grand Marais is right on Lake Superior with a pretty lighthouse and natural harbor.
The NestHouse has been my absolute favorite since I first discovered it in 2016. Your high standards were as important to me as yout impeccble color design sense, and yeah, it was the orange, lime and aqua with natural wood that I drooled over first, LOL. I have known that the Nest Pod was coming since I first read your website material. So I was SO excited to have a link to new info. I LOVE how the Nest Pod options look….but now ask me how much I would have paid for a photo spread of the interior!! I know there is only the one finished, but next time, please send pics! Maybe we could see a floor and elevations plans in the meantime?
Stunning! Outside and inside. The colors are attracting. Wood burning stove is classy where it sits. Very clean and precise. When we get one. I need a big fridge. I love to cook and eat. Kitchen is perfect and I could cook in it. Has room for a butcher block too. Skinny one. Green door outside makes it really stand out.
Thanks, Sheila! The NestHouse is great, isn’t it?
Yes it is Alex. Really love it. Driving hubby nuts. Keep change the plans on one that we are doing in Cad. lol! Can I blame you for this? Really love this Tiny home.
LOL yes, I’ll take the blame! Haha. Well, I can say this… Better to change in CAD than to want to change it AFTER it’s built! 😀
I still love this place! Very livable and homey.
I find tiny homes most intriguing however I could never have a loft bedroom for two reasons: too old to make the narrow steep climb and at the age where the toilet must be handy. I can’t seem to find a tiny home on one level. Do you design them?
I’d live in it! Kitchen is nice and small, has a couch, fire place, I’m good to go. of course I’d need a 20 foot container for the rest of my belongs, but that house is functional.
I find this house is my absolute favorite. The color scheme leads me to believe that I would wake up every morning grateful and happy with a positive attitude. I see plants,tomatoes, flowers hanging,a small herb garden. A LIFE!!!
Almost perfect, only needs a full size fridge and I am ready to live there.
This house remains my absolute favorite of all time! Nov 2016 – Nov 2022. 6 years!