74K Tiny Home Is Larger than Life

…The exterior of the home offers the first clue that this is more than just a tiny space put together on a whim. The attractive facade is a blend of reclaimed pine heart and cedar with a beautiful weathered, blue stain finish that gives the structure a shabby chic cabin feel. The home’s gabled roof is topped with Onduvilla tiles, which are made with recycled materials.

The interior is as comfortable as it is attractive. Like most tiny homes, the “palace” has a creative layout that maximizes space for the master bedroom, dining room, kitchen, and bathroom. The bedroom has a queen-sized bed with plenty of room to walk around it. The bed converts into two lounge chairs when not in use, and there is a hidden “loft” that can be used as a second bedroom…

2 Responses to 74K Tiny Home Is Larger than Life

  1. Peter says:

    Not too happy about a wood-stove installed on a wooden floor. Still, I guess the building inspector is not going to come calling, so the most they have to worry about is being burnt to death.

    • Evan Kahn says:

      Agreed, I was a little wary of that myself, hopefully they will add some tile below and behind the stove for safety.

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