Tiny Mountain Houses is one of the most underrated builders in the tiny house industry. Despite not having a big stature like Minimaliste or Modern Tiny Living, the Silverton-based tiny home manufacturer never disappoints with its stunning creations. The company’s tiny homes feature top-notch layouts, supreme quality, and magnificent designs; Yukon and Castle Peak tiny houses are living proof of that. Today we’ll discuss another beautiful tiny house by Tiny Mountain Houses that offers both convenience and comfort.
Measuring 24 feet long, the Pyramid Peak tiny house is built on a heavy-duty tubular steel trailer. Finished in LP smart panel with rough-sawn trim, it has a fiberglass door alongside the high-efficiency dual-glazed windows that allow light to enter its stylish interior. Tiny Mountain Houses has given a white satin finish to the interior walls that sync well with the overhead cabinetries, storage cabinets, bookshelves, and hanging closets spread throughout the home.
As you enter inside, you will be greeted with a breakfast bar that also serves as a great workspace. Above the breakfast bar is a wall-mounted television. Whether it’s an accurate place to position a television or not is debatable, you can place it anywhere with available customization options.
On one end of the tiny house is the small yet incredible living room with a sofa and a coffee table, while there are floating shelves to house decorative items. Next to the front door is the entry closet space with room for a single-unit washer/dryer.
The tiny home features a galley kitchen that includes a standard two-burner cooktop, a big stainless steel refrigerator, a stainless steel deep sink, and ample counter space, making it extremely functional. Not to mention, the butcher block countertops in the kitchen contrast well with the stainless steel appliances.
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On the opposite end of the living room is the five-foot open bathroom of Pyramid Peak. It includes a full 60-inch one-piece shower, with a tub/shower option available for customization.
The tiny home also features a single loft that can be accessed by a ladder. It primarily functions as the bedroom but also provides additional storage options. From kitchen to bathroom, Tiny Mountain Houses has fitted the space with a number of storage options ranging from cabinets and shelves to drawers and chests but it’s the windows and color scheme that grab the attention at first glance.