Tiny House on the Big Island

A tiny treehouse in Hawaii built by Kristie Wolfe and her mother. Photos by Julie Harmen. More info. here.

10 comments

  • Eric says:

    I’m interested in this… Can you please email me? How much are you asking?

  • tutu says:

    great job! is there a kitchen? i used to live in hilo. heading back to the BI in may. i look forward to seeing it on air bnb. again, great job, love your decor.

  • Paul says:

    Love it, especially the interior and the hammock!

  • steve shay says:

    I love it. I have a question and please forgive me as I am a Midwesterner. Why do Hawaiian residents and other Island cultures use those glass blinds that open up to the outside, then sleep under netting? Screens are less attractive, but they seem like they’d be more practical in keeping bugs out. Is it a cultural thing?

    • Annie says:

      In Tahiti it is a cultural thing, they feel that they are closer to nature if there are no screens to keep out all the air and in fact nowhere are there screens in houses, even high end ones. So the mosquito nets are a must. In Hawaii, 99% of people have screens on the outside of their glass blinds, because we are more “Westernized”. There is a certain charm to no screens but it does let more bugs in that’s for sure.

  • Michelle says:

    I’d like some more info on this as a rental for Feb 2015.

  • Debi says:

    I am madly in love with this amazingly well planned and organized house on the big island! Wowza! I could live in such a place and be perfectly happy!

  • Lionel c. Harvin says:

    Looking for a tiny home on the big Island of Hawaii

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