The Chickadee









  • Ardith says:

    This is a very attractive, clean design with what looks like well thought out details. Kudos to the design team. I’m only wondering about those blocks of wood on the staircase. I wonder if they are there for ease of use by children? If so, kudos again.

  • Jim in Asheville says:

    Brevard Tiny House Company keeps getting better with their designs. Good work!

  • Steven Harrison says:

    This house comes about as close to perfection as possible as far as I’m concerned; clean, modern, sleek, and with a really nice sense of flow regarding the various “areas” which so easily encroach on each other or get lost almost completely in the battle of precious inches. And by the way, fantastic job on balancing the windows and walls; it feels neither like an aquarium or an underground bunker! I’d sure love to see how the buyer will decorate it, given all the available wall space for artwork and other personal effects!

  • Mike says:

    This is a pretty smart design. I like how all the use areas open onto the central space and make them all seem larger by borrowing. Depending on where the home was planted, you could soak in the tub and leave the door open. A nice luxury of space.

    The ratio of storage space to living space seems optimal. Some tiny homes overdo the storage which encourages consumption at the expense of living space.

  • Leslie says:

    Very nice design! Love the way the cabinets open and there are pull out drawers!! Like the table/extra counter space!! Great job everyone!

  • I am absolutely in love with this house! I’m honestly thinking that this could be my retirement home! I could move it to be near my kids and grandkids….. or near the beach! Or the mountains! I’m going to visit and check it out in person…. To make certain that I could really go tiny! I’m inspired!

  • Fanya Houston says:

    This is the closest thing to exactly what I want, that I have seen so far. Down to the Pet stairs for my tiny Yorkie!

  • Anna says:

    I read somewhere that the blocks are to assist their pets with climbing the stairs.

  • Kate Murrell says:

    A safety rail or something in wood round both lofts would be safer. The wood blocks on the stairs could be lidded and be fixed tiny storage boxes as well as pet steps. How is it heated? Presumably the second smaller loft could be fitted out as a clothes and other storage area if the space is for one person? Does the cooking and sink area need tiled splash backs for ease of maintenance? Nice clean design and good use of space.

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