A lot of my friends ask me, why I fuss so much about tiny houses when all they are is just a mobile habitat. Well, a tiny house is indeed a home for nomads, but some people consider it a complete dwelling in itself. These are folks who have invested all their life’s savings in buying a tiny house, so they can call it their safe space. This whole feeling of buying a tiny house is no less than buying a traditional home, and Elise and Clara are one such lucky couple who got to live their dream when they bought a $165,300 tiny house for themselves.
Designed by MitchCraft Tiny Homes, this tiny house features all the amenities that one may ask for. Built on a triple-axle trailer, the tiny house measures 31 feet long and flaunts a Gooseneck design. Clad in metal and cedar, the tiny house features a number of windows that bring in a lot of natural light and keep the interior airy and bright. Speaking of what’s inside other than plain air and light, the tiny house boasts a rustic interior that is open and clean.
We’ll first enter the kitchen area which is bright and shimmering, courtesy of blue cabinets which come with red knobs. This strange color chemistry is so appalling that we almost tend to forget what lies over the cabinets. I am talking of open shelving which is another highlight of this tiny house. Had it been regular shelves, I would have made a passing remark, but these shelves are special courtesy of branch support. The branches not only keep these shelves intact but also add an aesthetical appeal to the home. Speaking of other features, the tiny house kitchen has a four-burner cooktop, oven, refrigerator, and sink.
Adjacent is the living room of the house. Equipped with an L-shaped sofa and a breakfast bar for two, the living room is a little cramped but does offer a relaxing cozy nook to people who want to read in peace. Above the living room lies the first loft of the tiny house which can be accessed via a storage-integrated staircase. It is a typical low-ceiling loft sleeping a couple of people with ease.
So, the question is what do Elise and Clara do when there are guests at home? Well, there is an elevated bedroom on the opposite side that can comfortably sleep two people. Not to mention, the bedside table, the elevated bedroom comes accoutered with.
Having said this, the tiny house has plenty of space for the couple to store their essentials. Whether they want to store items in the drawers, cabinets, shelves, secret space in the elevated bedroom, or inside the bed itself, the tiny house is a storage galore. With all these features, MitchCraft has indeed done justice to the $165,300 price tag, and we have not even talked of the bathroom yet.
I can glorify Elise and Clara’s tiny house bathroom, courtesy of its detailed artwork done in the cabinet, but I’ll keep it short and simple. Accessed via a colorful curtain, the bathroom includes a toilet, vanity, and a shower. No doubt it is a dream home for Elise and Clara. If you’d want such home sweet home built for you and your partner, visit the official website of MitchCraft Tiny Homes.
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