I find happiness in the smallest of things: A cat meowing at me or cuddling with my dog. But when I discover a new tiny house before others, it puts me in the seventh heaven. Scouring such homes is a challenge, but the experience of covering micro-dwellings for years comes in handy. Having said that, today I bring you the Belle tiny house designed by Texas-based Decathlon Tiny Homes.
Built on a triple-axle trailer, the Belle tiny house offers a relatively spacious kitchen and a small living room that would squeeze in a sofa and a small table. We’ll get to this part later though and first discuss the exterior of the tiny home.
The tiny house measures 28 feet long and fits a living room, kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom. It is clad in blue-painted board and batten with a red door. Though we have no word on its weight, wooden-framed tiny houses are generally heavier than their similarly-sized metal-framed counterparts.
The kitchen of the Belle tiny house comprises a countertop, cabinets, shelves, and appliances. Speaking of the latter, the kitchen includes a microwave and a fridge that adds functionality to the house. Nearby is the living room, which boasts a high ceiling, and features a chandelier. As abovementioned, the living room isn’t too big but can equip a sofa and a chair with ease and comes with a wall-mounted television.
A small walkway from here leads to the main-floor bedroom of the house. The bedroom offers quite a bit of storage space and sleeps two people comfortably. At the opposite end of the bedroom lies the bathroom, which looks pretty snug and contains a shower, sink, washer/dryer, and toilet.
A removable ladder leads up to the sole loft that lies above the bathroom. This is a typical tiny house-style loft and doesn’t have enough headroom to stand up straight. It does include a small window for allowing natural light to penetrate inside. There is no word on the pricing yet. For more information, visit the official website of the maker.
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