The Weekender

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The exterior is squid ink black with white trims, cedar accents, hardie board siding, 5 awning windows, 3 sliding windows, one large double door, all brand new and double panel rated for Texas. The door has keyless entry, perfect for a rental space. The doors include inset blinds. The house has a wonderful modern yet rustic cabin feel and look.

A 176 square feet tiny house in Austin, Texas. More info. here.

8 comments

  • Eddy says:

    I can’t work out why I dislike this so much, nowhere to sit, nowhere to eat, an odd bathroom plan where the shower opens out on to the ” living area”. There isn’t anywhere to cook a meal or to sit and eat the meal. The outdoors looks lovely and the deck is great. The worst thing about this is the lonely pillow on the bed, this would have looked so much better with about 4 pillows and a decent duvet, what is this supposed to be. I liked the sink in the bathroom and the shower if it was in the bathroom .

  • Barb Duder says:

    I’m so sorry – but I have to agree. Where do you “live” in this home?

  • N.D. says:

    I’m guessing guest accommodation. Bed, bath and coffee making facilities. Pity the shower also looks through the clear entrance doors. A strategically placed vace of flowers is not going to give the level of privacy I would want. Shower curtains yet to be installed?

    The decking looks wonderful though.

  • N.D. says:

    Ooops not weekender. Still you need to eat even if it is a ‘weekender’. oh dear and that should have said vase not vace of flowers.

  • Robin says:

    Lovely exterior. Love the deck & the bathroom too.

  • D. Pedersen says:

    It looks half finished and I do not understand the window to the shower. The bed dominates too much – with a nasty bedspread (I know, this is subjective. But the house has a Japanese vibe, and the bedspread just do not do it with this style – it should be very simple without too much patterns or flounces).

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