Wind River Bungalow

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  • Judy Oehlke says:

    Pretty awesome, how much and where is it located?

  • Ross says:

    It looks great and has a beautiful feel to it!!
    Impressed!
    Congrats!

    Ross

  • Mopsa says:

    Stunning! Love the aesthetics.

  • Remona says:

    Adorable little home! I love it!

  • Mike says:

    One of the best kitchens I’ve seen.

  • Diane says:

    What a beautiful, cozy home. It’s one of the nicest ones I’ve ever seen!!

  • Jeremy says:

    I know this guy. Good friend of mine. He’s a true craftsman… and he’s building them for people if you follow the link at the bottom of the photos.

    • Dear Diane, My name is Beth, I am 50 years old and have some physical disabilities. I have been living in Morocco and have just recently came back to the states to get medical care and to start my life over again. I have been looking into the tiny house movement for a while now as it would suit my needs and appreciate any help I can get. You said you know this man. Is there any way to contact him? I looked at the bottom of the page and cannot find a link. Please contact me if there is anyone who is able to help me. Thanks, Beth

      • My apologies, my computer screen was in the sun light and i get the wrong name. Sorry Jeremy. So , I pose this question to you in the hopes that you can help me. Again , Thanks

  • Birgitte says:

    It’s simply amazing! I love this Tiny House – it is so beautiful . We’re watching you from Denmark 🙂

  • tina Shelton says:

    I would only have to modify the bed area, can’t climb to get to the bed. need one under it. That way I have one for visitor if needed. And sorry to say I am a little more prissy when it comes to the bathroom. Love the kitchen and the framing of the house. It is so far the closest I have liked yet.

  • I could only hope my own Tiny Home ends half this nicely done. Impeccable job. Really lovely, with beautiful details and finish choices.

  • Travis Pyke says:

    Thank you all for your kind compliments of our bungalow! I am glad we were able to share it with you here on Tiny House Swoon. Please feel free to visit our website @ http://www.windrivercustomhomes.net . I’d love to answer any of your questions and talk about any ideas or projects you might have. You can contact me at travispyke@windrivercustomhomes.net .

  • Rich says:

    Nicely detailed. The dormers improve the functionality of the loft without greatly complicating construction.

  • Absolutely gorgeous!! Such fab inspiration, I love the cobbled floor in the bathroom. Is there any sort of seating area other than the table?

  • James says:

    Love it….
    I plan on building something similar here in Australia this year for me and the family to use as a holiday house come getaway. Maybe a bit bigger as I have 2 kids.

  • Margot says:

    Really beautiful. I just love the look of your tiny house and from the outside with what you’ve done to the grounds around the house makes it look so warm and inviting. The inside is absolutely gorgeous and if I had the money to build one I would hire you to do it! One day. ~~dream a little dream~~

  • Lenella says:

    Out of all the tiny houses I have seen, this one speaks to my heart. It is magnificently built and the decor is perfect. Thanks for sharing.

  • Nila Ridings says:

    Beautiful! So warm and cozy.

    Love it all but really love the flooring an extra bunch.

    The outside is charming, too!

    Congratulations!

  • I think the workmanship is beautiful but the three different air fresheners in the bathroom concern me lol

  • Beautiful! Would you accept green stamps and $250 a month? Er sorry no green stamps! Does it come with land?

  • phil says:

    Love this house, especially the deck and siding! The kitchen is very usable as well, but where is the fridge? I’m assuming it’s under the counter, behind one of the sets of doors. One thing that bugs me in your design (any many other tiny houses) is the tiny front stoop. It’s basically just a spot to get out from the rain when opening the door, then the space directly inside is basically room to open the door. If you had eliminated the stoop and just had the deck, you would have almost doubled the living room space, and had room for more seating and/or storage. Just a thought for future builds. Overall though, I think this is a pretty sweet house!

  • Cee Jay says:

    Love it. Love it, love it, love it, love it, love it. Did I say I love it? The exterior is a fantastic style/shape and the interior has been designed and decorated to my perfection. It’s wonderful. It’s on the ‘Home’ list.

    From
    Cee Jay/Leigh on Sea, Essex, England, Britain.

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