THE PANDEMIC MADE THIS TINY HOME A REALITY
And It Surpassed Expectations!
The COVID pandemic has disrupted many livelihoods and has definitely made an impact on the way people live. Such is the case with this couple in Hawaii who used this time to build their dream house – a tiny home.
The 250 sq. ft. tiny home was constructed in a mere five weeks and is already a gem to behold. For one, the cabin has lots of windows, a unique feature in small homes. The exteriors are made with repurposed cedar and metal sliding. This is in stark contrast with the interiors that are filled with light-colored wooden planks and white furniture accents. The home also tries to be eco-friendly with its Nature’s Head composting toilet. The tiny home is complete in all amenities such as a kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, living room, and dining room.
This tiny home was already sold but the owners plan to make model homes for sale starting at $99,800.
Here’s a closer look at the enormous bay window, which doubles as vertical access up to the secondary loft. It’s one of the first examples of this design idea we’ve seen thus far, and it saves space because it eliminates the ladder, which would usually be in the way if it’s placed on the other side of the loft.
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