Esk’et Tiny House


This unique tiny house in British Columbia has some interesting “attention to detail” features.









  • Annette says:

    Stunning! Gorgeous! Wonderful! Price?

  • Devan says:

    Wow! Wow! WOW!

  • Brian says:

    That is a serious transformation from outside to inside. That is REALLY nice. 🙂

    • Esk'et Tiny House says:

      thankyou, we love the woodsy exterior because it just suits our area, and we think it needs to be bright and airy inside – since the space is so tiny 🙂

  • Jeff says:

    This is stunning!

  • sc says:

    I followed the build on youtube and I have been waiting for the tinyhouseswoon reveal. Ladies and Gentlemen, this is one the most beautifully done and elegant tiny house builds to date. This is the kind of tiny house makes a lot of people seriously considering tiny living.
    Can you imagine coming in from the hike or sking to that bit of heaven?
    For full time living, one could add a longer version to add closet/storage space, a rangehood vent and more shelving for the kitchen

  • Carol says:

    Holy cow that is gorgeous! Love the incorporation of the aboriginal art, it is so subtle but yet obvious, and that roof is a work of art. You have created a work of art! Those stairs are so beautiful and simple. Now the ladder looks cool but I wouldn’t dare use it, to scared i would come crashing down!

  • Nerida says:

    This is fabulous. From someone who has a reputation for falling down stairs, these are my favourite in any tiny house I have seen to date from an aesthetic point of view and I believe I might even get up and down on the odd occasion without mishap.

    Job well done.

  • Mark Gibson says:

    So beautiful. Love all of it. Well done folks.

  • meredith blaney says:

    absolutely beautiful & so artistic! love it !

  • Lucie says:

    Beautiful inside and out! I wonder how it would work in harsh Alberta winter. I still have a lot to research before I build my own. Thank you for such amazing inspiration!

  • Dave says:

    Having followed the Tiny House movement for about 5 years, you picked the lock in so many ways! A Standing Ovation to you and crew.

  • Mike says:

    That’s the first of those two stairs I’ve seen. Pretty inventive. Was the person who designed the outside and the inside the same person? Seems a little disconnected, thematically…

  • Natasha says:

    Darn it all! Just when I think I’ve designed my dream tiny home I come across a set of pictures of another tiny home and fall in love with it. This is making it really hard for me to decide on what I want in mine. Love these pictures, it’s a gorgeous house!

  • Kristina H Nadreau says:

    spectacular. agree with previous comment that for full time living add a few feet for a more functional kitchen and storage. on second thought this could be terrific for the right person(s) for full time living. Love the art. brings good juju to the home and its occupants.

  • Dorothy says:

    OK. I do love this! The door and the roof are both wonderful. I do see a disconnect between the inside and out as well—but I could easily live with that. The inside is quite beautiful. Just more modern than you might expect. I think I could do those lovely steps. However the whatever it is to get to the second loft—not a chance!

  • Patricia says:

    I like this a LOT! Nicely done, very aesthetically pleasing. I could definitely see myself living here. Thank you for sharing this with us!

  • Rich says:

    I have seen this on youtube as well. Nicely done. Have appreciated your teachings and sense of humor 😉

  • Blair says:

    This comment means Thank you in Secwepemc -their language. (Shuswap is the anglicized word for Secwepemc)

  • Kim says:

    Very beautiful, even the stairs, but I would fall down them.!

  • Andrea Hardy says:

    Absolutely stunning!

  • Cee Jay says:

    I’ve been looking at quite a few of these and this is by far my favourite and think I could very easily move in and be very happy having this as my home. Absolutely wonderful and gorgeous. I love the fire and those have to be ‘the’ best steps/stairs I have seen so far in a tiny house.

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



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  • Tonya says:

    Really stunning! Love your design and simplicity of it all.
    Can you give me any information on your spiral stairs? This is such a wonderful piece!

  • Trevor says:

    Any tips for making sure pipes don’t freeze in winter? What are the challenges of a tiny home in a below freezing environment, snow, ice, etc, internally and externally?

    I’m starting to build a tiny home and have no idea what I’m doing so if anyone has some amazing resources or tips, please pass them on! Thanks so much tiny home world.

  • Lisa E. says:

    This Esk’et TH has such gracious, beautiful lines and wonderful carvings that I could just get a cup of tea and sit outside and look at it. It really is a work of art! Beautiful.

  • Alisha says:

    Can you tell me about the fireplace?

  • Beverley says:

    Beautiful unique design. I love the roofline and carvings

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