Dwelling on your style and taste, a quaint and tailor-made tiny house setup may be apt when one considers downsizing. It comes with flexibility and luxury within reduced footprints. The Osprey 22’ tiny house is one such build furnished with a simple layout and basic amenities that could tick all the right boxes.
Designed by Vancouver Island-based firm, Rewild Homes, the tiny house has a foundation on a double-axle trailer. With a striking two-tone exterior and interior using tan and white, the compact house exudes a warm vibe. Adorning wavy cedar shingle, a rustic and traditional charm envelops this tiny house.
A drop-down deck makes setting up this mobile habitat an ease. Beautiful glass paneled door takes you into an inviting ambiance. You are drawn toward the attractive flooring of the house which was salvaged from a barn that was over 100 years old and was finally refinished into velvety flooring.
An unfinished and raw look is assigned to the entire house through the use of rough-edged wood giving it a unique texture. The Osprey 22’ is a mobile habitat that features a kitchen, loft, bathroom, and living area.
The kitchen has a live edge slab of rough-edged wood countertop and basic appliances. The bathroom in this mobile habitat is spacious enough to offer basic amenities with a horse trough tub, vanity, sink, and toilet.
Hand-made wooden integrated storage staircase with a built-in cat box area takes you up to a well-lighted sleeping loft. For more information on this tiny house, you may visit Rewild Homes.
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