Young Cottonwood, Utah, residents Patrick and Sara Romero brought up the idea of constructing a tiny house one evening at dinner with their family.
The house has board and batten siding, is painted white, and has a sizable covered deck where you may spend cold evenings. This lovely bespoke home is now being used as a rental, so you can actually experience tiny living there!
Everything was painted white inside, and to warm things up, there were dark hardwood flooring and colorful accents in the décor. You will love this trip because the layout is distinctive from anything we’ve seen thus far.
The home’s living room is located on one end and has two glass doors and numerous windows, making the entire room incredibly light and airy. On one side of the room is an Ikea couch that folds out into a guest bed for two people with ease.
When the couch is transformed into a bed, you may fold the table opposite from it flat against the wall so you have a place to sit and work or eat.
A small stove and oven, a stainless steel sink, and a microwave are all located in the kitchen, which is in the middle of the house. There is plenty of room to store kitchen necessities thanks to the white cabinets that line both sides of the space and are complemented by the slate gray backsplash.
One of the nicest aspects of the property is the bathroom, which has a great deal of space and a distinctive design. The vanity, which has a sink in the center and open storage below, is housed in a bay window. The big, fully tiled, curving shower is next to a flushing toilet with an overhead storage cabinet.
A loft with breathtaking views and enough for twin beds that can be joined to create a king-sized bed is located above the bathroom and kitchen. The area is lit from the sides for nighttime use, and there is a table at the far end for storage.