Mustard Seed Tiny House

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10 comments

  • sc says:

    Such a beautiful livable tiny house! What a heartbreak the family is being forced to sell it!

  • gunguru01 says:

    What kind of AC is that. I’ve never seen a window unit that small before? Looks like a perfect fit!

    • Dorothy says:

      I have an old window AC I got for my garage and it was made by Haier and looks similar to this one. They make a range of window AC units of varying BTUs.

  • Dani says:

    This is def one of the coolest, most relaxed and most stylish houses I’ve ever seen.

  • Bob says:

    Wait, that’s not a tiny house, it’s airstream trailer

  • Kristina H Nadreau says:

    window AC is so inefficient and expensive to run. split units using 220 with inverter are highly efficient. Cost vs benefit is entirely about the climate where one is living. Here in the sub-tropics I could not survive without at least one room with AC. It has hovered around 100 degrees F since April, and will continue until November.

    I want to see more of these extremely small spaces where people live for extended periods of time, 5 years or more, not Air B&B or buy it and sell it in a year…..

  • Samantha says:

    I love the split loft and all the finishes! It’s great that everyone has a separate spot to call their own. The larger amount of square footage is also great for a family of four. Overall I’m very impressed with this THOW

  • Nijah Smith says:

    It’s beautiful!!! Do you have a plan layout you would be willing to share?

  • Jess says:

    Neat-o shmeet-o

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