Handcrafted Movement, a tiny house builder in Columbia, Tennessee designs and builds attractive and opulent tiny houses tailored to meet each client’s specific needs for a fuller life experience. Keeping down to their legacy of building aesthetically pleasing mobile dwellings, you may want to take a look at Cascade tiny house, a perfect blend of luxury and functionality.
Cascade measures 30′ long and 8.5′ wide and makes space for luxurious amenities inside. Weighing 13,550 lbs, the tiny house has a foundation on a 30’ x 8.5’ triple axle iron eagle trailer. While there’s plenty to keep you occupied inside this tiny house, it’s worth exploring the exterior too. It mesmerizes with an attractive exterior of board and batten siding while a standing seam metal roof covers the house.
The entrance has a cedar deck and coordinating cedar awning to pave your way inward. Upon entering you find yourself in the living room which is compact yet easily workable. It makes space for comfortable chairs, a built–in TV and shelves placed together to form a small cozy nook. Adjacent to it is a large bedroom that can serve as an office space too. Complemented with apt furniture, you can transform the space as per your requirements.
White undertone and contrasting hues are spread throughout the house while the large windows go unnoticed and call for attention. Opposite to this is the space for a modular kitchen. Loaded with modern appliances the kitchen transforms itself into a home cook’s haven.
Cascade tiny house’s layout is ingeniously crafted making space for additional multifunctional areas. The kitchen has a snug dining nook which can seat three people at once. A luxurious bathroom featuring a shower, vanity, flush toilet, drawers, wardrobe and sink is right next to it. A large round mirror brings the whole look together in here.
A wooden rustic-style staircase makes way for the sleeping loft adjacent to it. It is big enough to house a queen-size mattress and is a comfortable zone to relax by the end of the day. It is worth noticing that Handcrafted Movement retired this model long time ago, however, you can hop on to their website to check out other interesting projects.
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