Bit by bit, Movable Roots is becoming my all-time favorite tiny house manufacturer. The reason for this is that the Florida-based tiny housemaker has highly functional and ridiculously gorgeous tiny house models under its belt. The 34-foot-long, Lee tiny house is one such home that deserves all our love.
Boasting a cold-formed steel (CFS) frame, the tiny house comes finished in blue cedar and aluminum cladding. The white accents around the windows and doors enhance the beauty of the exterior while the two doors grace us with the gorgeous interior. One door is painted red and leads to the living room of the house, while the secondary door welcomes you to the master bedroom.
Let’s start with the living room first. It features a cozy blue velvet couch facing a wall-mounted TV. The living room is also accoutered with some open shelves to house decorative essentials. Nearby is the kitchen which is comparatively small in size than a traditional kitchen but is highly functional.
Featuring a quartz countertop with a beautiful rounded breakfast bar, custom white and gray cabinets, a full tile backsplash, and a large sink, the kitchen is loaded with all the amenities required for a cozy and comfortable stay. Not to mention, plenty of storage options to stack utensils and groceries. When it comes to appliances, the kitchen includes a full-size fridge, a convection microwave oven, a two-hob propane cooktop, and even a wine fridge.
Next, we have the master bedroom of the house which is located on the main floor. It sleeps a couple of people and also features a huge closet space alongside a wall-mounted bedside table. A barn door separates the main-floor bedroom from the rest of the house to offer more privacy. The Lee tiny house also features an additional loft to be used as a secondary bedroom or storage room, if required.
Downstairs, the pass-through bathroom comes accoutered with a walk-in shower encompassed by a glass door. Not to mention, a washer/dryer combo, a toilet, quartz counter that makes the Lee tiny house look wholesome.
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