To build a tiny house from scratch, one requires a mix of expertise and passion with the right flair. When Kathi and Jim thought of building their own tiny abode, they were left puzzled by numerous online videos and capable builders in the arena. In the midst of the frenzy, a clear expectation of their desires kept them on track. The pair finally found solace when their passion aligned with the philosophy of Rocky Mountains, a renowned tiny house builder from Durango, Colorado.
Harmony Haven by Rocky Mountain poses as a 28-foot-long tiny house on wheels built on a triple drop axle trailer. With a shallow peaked roof and a glass door, the house adorns a colorful and organic design. Claimed to be an owner-assisted build, Harmony Haven adopts a moderation of rustic and wooden architecture. The couple worked on a limited budget aiding labor in certain places in an endeavor to build a simple and affordable dwelling.
Dual-tone cedar lap siding panes the exterior with multiple windows. Upon entering, a warm earthy vibe transcends throughout the house. Beautiful interiors and basic amenities make this as a perfect contemporary tiny house choice.
Two large staircases with storage guide you to different parts of the house. Towards the right, you have access to a spacious loft office sitting atop a bright living room. While on the left, you can access a modern fully equipped kitchen and bathroom that sits directly below the main spacious loft bedroom. The unusual addition, a loft turned into an office, is poised as a functional work-from-home space. Below this section sits a comfortable and cozy living room.
The lounge area is well-stacked with storage spaces and exudes a welcoming vibe. Opposite is a galley kitchen laced with high-end amenities for Kathi to cook. Pushed towards the end is the bathroom complete with a flush toilet, vessel vanity, linen storage, and a large shower with tile accents. A unit similar to the Harmony Haven tiny house can be built for an approximate price of $82K with customized features as per the user’s requirements.
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