Woodland Tiny House Rebecca’s tiny house in Nashville. Posted bytiny house listings March 3, 2016 in Posted in tiny-house 12 Pages: 1 2
This is absolutely gorgeous. I love how it’s laid out. Such a great use of space.
It’s so refreshing to see a tiny house with a proper bathtub! Also nice to see a bed option that isn’t in the loft. With a few additions to the kitchen I could see this home being very comfortable for full-time living.
One of those additions would have to be some sort of stove/range/cooktop. A microwave just isn’t adequate to prepare decent meals unless one is on a raw diet.
A perfect dream cottage. I love it. I agree about the closet. I would add a clothes washer, full ref and stove and extend the counter in an L shape. Then you could live in it. Very nice job.
Really sweet. I especially like the white walls with dark wood contrast. My wife and I do a similar thing on Airbnb with our Airstream so we can keep our baby in diapers! See it here if you like: http://www.airstreampdx.com
No cooking appliances? Also, what is intended in the storage loft? I noticed a skylight up there.
There are two induction burners that store under the counter. If we adapted this for full-time use, I would definitely want to get an oven. The storage loft was envisioned as a reading nook (not complete). It is as deep as a twin sized bed, so it could potentially be used for more sleeping space.
For a THw/oWs this is very nice. I am really enjoying how each tiny house is an expression of the owner’s taste and design sense. The Sense of Style comes through very cleanly. Great Job!
Our plan with our first tiny is to do the same, only through http://www.vrbo.com/791432 Tiny houses are just starting to hit Montana. We are hoping that we can encourage others to join in this life style. Under our Big Montana Sky it’s an adventure worth exploring.
nice size and exterior design. As the owner states it would need to be modified for full time living.
VERY charming. I’d want to stay there. Shoot, I’d LIVE there.