BIRD’S NEST TINY HOUSE (192 SQ FT)
Texas-based designer, Kim Lewis, designed this dwelling for a pair who make a residing as wildlife educators and chicken consultants. Working with builders at Canyon Creek Builder, they have been in a position to make a phenomenal 192 sq ft tiny home known as the “Hen’s Nest”.

The house has an exterior made out of salvaged items from a house demolition. Inside is a full kitchen, lounge house, rest room, and a loft bed room. There’s additionally a deck that may fold towards the house.

You may as well see the constructing technique of the house from its characteristic on Tiny Home Nation right here.
http://www.fyi.television/exhibits/tiny-house-nation/episodes/season-2/episode-6

Pictures through Kim Lewis Designs and Tiny Home Nation

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CUSTOM HOME FROM ALPINE TINY HOMES
From Utah-based builder, Alpine Tiny Properties, is that this charming and rustic dwelling. It is a solar-powered customized construct that was designed for a household of three.

The house is constructed on a 28′ gooseneck trailer with 350 sq ft of house. Inside the house is a full kitchen, lounge space, rest room, and two bedrooms. The toilet has a composting bathroom and- a luxurious for a tiny house- a full tub!

The home additionally comes geared up with a backup tank-less generator, tankless water heater, and a mini break up ductless A/C and heater.

The price of the house is $60,000.

Pictures ©Alpine Tiny Properties
http://alpinetinyhomes.com/

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