Tiny houses are usually seen as elegant and classy dwellings that offer comfort and coziness to the user. However, the New Hampshire-based tiny home builder, Backcountry Tiny Homes wanted to change this notion and ended up designing a tiny house that turns your micro dwelling into a spooky abode on wheels. Dubbed ‘The Spooky Home,’ the 18-foot Halloween-themed tiny house is designed for rental purposes.
Finished in metal accenting, the spookily delightful tiny house has a removable awning that provides you shade from the scorching heat, while the little porch area with pumpkins and faux crows adds an uncanny vibe to the home. While the tiny house exterior kindles your Halloween spirit like no other, the interior of ‘The Spooky Home’ keeps up with the theme in gusto.
The interior is functional yet incredibly petrifying, courtesy of the little nuances that Backcountry Tiny Homes has added to the dwelling. It features a first-floor sleeping area, kitchen, bathroom, and storage loft, alongside a number of windows to take in the view. Unleashing eerie enchantments, the tiny house boasts spine-tingling features with the likes of a 12-foot skeleton at the entryway to greet you.
Upon entering the spooky house, you are first graced by the kitchen area. Featuring a countertop, cabinets, sink, shelves, and a four-burner propane cooktop, the kitchen is filled with all the necessary items and appliances required for a warm stay. The walls of the kitchen are outfitted with bat cutouts that blend very well with the black utensils.
In addition to spooky features, the kitchen is highly functional as it includes a breakfast bar that can seat two people. There is also a small closet area near the kitchen, with a broom to make the space look witchy.
Adjacent is the main bedroom, which features a double bed with storage underneath and can sleep two people. The makers have accoutered the bedroom with black curtains to add ominous vibes to the home.
The tiny house’s bathroom includes a shower, toilet, and sink. We can spot a bat-shaped carpet placed in front of the sink. There is also a loft which can either be used as a secondary bedroom or a living room.
Accessed via a ladder, the loft can even be used as a storage room where you can stock your Halloween supplies. Backcountry Tiny Homes adorned the spooky home with a small cage that hangs from the ceiling and scatters spooky vibes all over the house.
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