I don’t think you have actually seen Christopher & Malissa’s tiny house before and we’ve got a couple of great pictures to share with you below.
You can get more details and pics over at Apartment Therapy, too, where you can also vote for their tiny house.
It’s a part of the Small Cool 2012 contest over at Apartment Therapy and it would be awesome if you’d be willing to vote because I think we can help them win.
Malissa lives in her tiny house with her husband and since they custom designed the house for themselves, it suits them just right.
It’s 170 square feet total with an upstairs sleeping loft. There’s also a fully featured kitchen, built-in couch, desk, and bathroom.
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Photo Credits Christopher and Malissa
The cathedral ceilings definitely help make it feel open and spacious. The interior wood siding (I believe it’s tongue and groove pine) also gives it a wonderful look and feel.
I imagine that there’s storage underneath the custom built couch and I like how the iMac computer is hung on the wall so that you can fold down the table if you wanted to and use it purely as an entertainment center. Now that’s multifunctional.
Be sure to go to Apartment Therapy so you can check out the rest of the pictures along with Malissa’s write up and then vote so we can see a tiny house win the contest.
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