This tiny house in Austin, Texas was only lived in for a few months, and built in 2019. Filled with fun and retro red accents, this cozy home is a perfect traditional-style THOW!
It has a nice overhang off the front, and a large space when you first walk in for your living room. A storage staircase leads to the loft bedroom with cubbies. The compact kitchen includes a retro-style red fridge, and the bathroom is equipped with a Nature’s Head composting toilet.
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Tiny Home with a Red Door in Austin, Texas
This tiny home has a great color scheme of white, dark wood and red accents.
There’s even a red door and ceiling fan.
The sliding door opens to the bathroom.
Storage stairs take you to the loft.
These cubbies are a great way to organize things.
Here’s the vanity in the bathroom.
Composting toilet and industrial pipe shelving.
And here’s the one-piece shower stall.
- 20’L, 13.5’H, 8.5’W
- Made in 2019, only used for 4 months
- 170 Square Feet
- Nature’s Head Composting Toilet
- Red accent color
- Retro-style refrigerator
- Loft bedroom with storage cubbies
- Two-burner cooktop
- Located in Austin, Texas
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