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The Weekender Tiny House by Nordic & Spruce: Tasteful Minimalism

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We’re really excited to introduce you to a new-to-us tiny house builder, Nordic & Spruce. The company was founded about three years ago, and they sell two THOW models at affordable prices. Below, we’ll show off their Weekender model. While most of their clients have purchased The Weekender to use as an Airbnb, it has tons of potential as a full-time residence as well.

What I love about this THOW is the minimalist clean lines that we typically only see in tiny homes produced in Europe. But these are made right in Tennessee! You’ll love the downstairs sleeping area, huge picture windows for natural light, and luxurious bathroom. Would you buy this model?

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Nordic-Inspired Tiny House w/ Downstairs Bedroom

The whitewashed spruce on the inside is lovely!

The kitchen has all the basics, besides an oven.

Love the beveled clapboards and matte black faucet.

This version has a futon instead of a full bed.

A coffee station: My favorite

Sleek dark tiles in the bathroom make for a luxurious shower experience.

The metal-and-cedar exterior should withstand years of weather.

This model sells for $50,000. What do you think?


  • $50,000
  • 24′ long, 8′ wide
  • Moderate-sized bathroom
  • Toilet, tile shower, and freestanding vanity sink
  • Modern matte textured black meat cladding on the eves
  • Western cedar on the gable ends
  • Large glass picture windows as well as a glass entry door
  • Whitewashed spruce wood interior
  • Solid wood cabinetry built locally with minimalistic design, soft close hinges, and quality finishes
  • Plumbing elements are classy matte black, as well as the light switches and receptacles.
  • All the lighting is a modern recessed ambient lighting with dimmer switches
  • Insulated with closed-cell spray foam insulation
  • Plumbing is done by a licensed plumber and inspected and tested before the sale.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Ginnie Kozak
    May 5, 2022, 5:20 pm

    As a minimalist, I always love the Scandinavian approach to tiny and small house design, so I am glad to see a US company doing something similar. This would make a great guest house or an apartment for a caregiver.

  • Sharon Fried
    May 5, 2022, 11:11 pm

    It is beautifully made and designed, but the kitchen lacks a stove/oven for preparing meals, even simple ones. And a microwave is not the way to go. So as nice as it is, it is overpriced.

    • James D.
      May 6, 2022, 1:27 am

      No, prices aren’t based on ovens… Besides, you could just get an oven…

  • Eric
    July 5, 2022, 6:53 pm

    It makes me wonder about some people. You’re right, you could buy an oven. To your specific requirements. And to your price range.

    Problem solved

  • Maria Kentala
    July 6, 2022, 7:17 am

    Love the lay out. I don’t like the black. Instead of cook top I would put in a apartment size stove. I would put in the living area a Ikea Day bed,couch by day and bed by night. Where the bench is I would put a free standing closet. These are just my thoughts.

  • Marie
    July 6, 2022, 4:25 pm

    Love the simplicity but really would miss not having a window over the kitchen sink nor a small one in the bath. In a small space natural light is so important. I would change the microwave for a microwave/convection oven (for the occasional baking).

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