Tiny Lifeguard Station House


A tiny house fit for Baywatch! The good folks at Upper Valley Tiny Homes just finished this themed lifeguard house in Utah.












  • tthom2 says:

    The interior layout seems nice and adequate too. Seems light and airy. Hard to tell though when it’s empty. I like the access to the one loft with stairs – up thru the floor. Makes good sense. I know this is supposed to have a hip Lifeguard theme – – but – – come on! What a phenomenal waste of space and use of heavy bulky wood on the silly front porch. That wrap around area is really not even useable. Well – – there’s my .02

  • Barb Duder says:

    I also agree with the front porch – I’m not sure what purpose it serves. You certainly can’t sit on it! I’m not even sure what that internal space would be for? I mean – it seems small and awkward. A lot of bulky weight without any purpose.

    I also have to ask…where are the closets? Am I the only person who owns clothes that have to be hung up? Even if I only had a week’s worth of business clothes…I would still need to hang some clothes.

  • Margret says:

    Always shocked to see NO railing on the stairs; baffles me as it would be so reasonable to put one on and could save someone’s life……

  • Chris. says:

    Very nice, only criticize the top step, and lack of handrail. However it may not be totally finnished. PS fill the last 3 screw holes on the rear steps. LOL Well done from another TH Builder.

  • Sharon says:

    I was wondering when a lid would be put on the shower. High priority for me knowing how mold likes crevices in a shower area.

  • Mike says:

    TTHOM2 is right. You can do a theme without slavishly duplicating a lifeguard station. Just a couple touches. People WILL get it without being beaten over the head with it.

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