Not Your Average Tiny House

not-your-average-tiny-house-1A high-end, custom tiny house in Seattle, Washington that’s fun to look at.









A 300 square feet (loft included) owner-built tiny house in Seattle, Washington. More info. here.


  • Ardith says:

    Wow, a well designed and decorated tiny home…with actual living room space! Brilliant! Kudos to the designers.

  • Dorothy says:

    Very nice. A real place to lounge downstairs and navigable stairs to a very nice loft and even with a banister! Curious about how the shower looks but I’m sure it is nice. I love the “stone” look kitchen wall.

    • Shannon says:

      Thanks Dorothy, sorry for no shower pic but yes it is nice. 🙂 it’s a full 36″ shower with unlimited hot water.


  • Lisa E. says:

    Love the use of stone in the kitchen, it adds a very nice natural ambience.

    I’m always caught off-guard when the second loft is empty. Everything is packed into the “master loft” while the second loft is empty. I think this is because the small loft is hard to access easily. I’m always wondering if it would be better just to leave the loft off and put long pendant lighting to occupy that space. I’m sure someone someday will address that space in a constructive way…

    • Shannon says:

      Hi, my intention was to put shelves and cubbies in the small loft for storage of things like tents, sleeping bags and other gear. When I decided to sell this one instead of live in it myself I left the small loft alone so the new owner could decide how to use it. Maybe a child’s room or something instead of storage. I myself believe that space is very valuable for storing larger items.

  • Brenda says:

    Beautiful!!! Absolutely beautiful. I agree, I love that it actually has a living room area .

  • Kristina H Nadreau says:

    I wonder about the ease of cleaning a textured back splash behind a cook top…………………… I would not choose this even tho it is visually appealing while new and unused. While the tongue and groove wood siding in the bath is also attractive visually, I do not think it is the best choice for a bath. I prefer bath surfaces to be impervious to water and heavy cleansers, like bleach.

  • Val says:

    A good use of space over all

  • Kataztrophy says:

    like a lot shower or bath? Downfall for me is no washer/dryer though otherwise its great!

  • Shenphen Drolma says:

    Buddha statues in the bathroom?!!! Might look nice, but it is lack of respect. A buddha statue is supposed to be placed high and in a place of respect 😉

  • Jennifer says:

    Wow. I absolutely love this one. The couch space on the first floor is fantastic. And I love the steps leading up to the main loft instead of a ladder. Gorgeous layout!

  • Jamie says:

    Everything is fantastic! I love your home! I would love to know more about the couch. Is it custom made (maybe with extra storage space inside the couch?) or is it store bought? If store bought, where from? Thanks!

  • Suzanne says:

    Really lovely. I am familiar with that sectional. It is very cool in that it pulls out into a sleep sofa, complete with storage under the chase portion, which lifts up. Really, really nice Shannon. Nice design. Enjoy.

  • Jonelle says:

    Love this tiny house. Exactly the plan I have been looking for. How much is it??

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