This tiny home was built by a group of carpenters who love living tiny. Wood accents were used throughout the interior and exterior of the house. A great example of how to use wood as an accent piece!
This tiny house has an exterior covered in cedar shingling and is built with Breckenridge panel siding. There is a door leading into the kitchen, and there is another door leading into the living room.
A beautiful entryway leads into the home featuring full glass French doors with a keypad entry for convenience.
Home interior features Western Birch hardwood floors and light walls for a brighter feel. The living room is in front of the house. Shelves wrap around the end of the living room and the space can be used as a guest bedroom.
A fireplace is mounted on the opposite wall from the TV. There are steps leading up to the loft bed. Cork treads protect the floor from noise.
The loft is spacious, bright, and open. Windows provide natural light and ventilation. Multiple shelves provide space for storage bins.
The kitchen is well equipped with stainless steel appliances, and there is plenty of cabinet and drawer space for your kitchen essentials.
The bathroom comes with a custom shower stall with copper metal and exposed piping.
For more information about this tiny house visit the builder’s website.