I Would Have Never Guessed from the outside How Comfy This House Actually Is
When you take a closer look at this "Park Model Tiny House: Redwing Mobile Home," as designed by Still Thorum Architecture you will never look at park model tiny homes the same way again. What this stunning park model tiny home lacks in size it certainly makes up for in size, with a beautiful sleeping loft with lots of tiny windows, wood floors throughout, kitchen with dark cabinets and modern appliances, a tiny desk against the wall, a open living/dining/kitchen area, glass patio doors to let in lots of natural light, a covered back patio, covered front patio, and a small covered side patio, all the windows and door frames are also dark wood to good with the dark kitchen cabinets. You will want to take a look this model park model tiny home, it really raises the bar on park model design.
Park model tiny homes are just one of the many tiny house options when it comes to choosing a home. Park models tiny homes are transportable and typically designed for long-term or permanent placement at a location where an RV or mobile home is allowed. Park models are popular with people for use as a cottage, vacation or retirement tiny homes.
This tiny house and small house site will give you a good idea of all the amazing tiny house designs, styles and plans out there. Take a look, and you will probably love what you see. Some examples of what you might see include the The Big Maroon: Custom Housetruck by Federal Motorhome Company, 861 Square Foot Modern and Minimalist Apartment, Upcoming Tumbleweed Tiny House Workshops Near You, Tiny House Magazine: Christmas Sale, Car Tent so you can Camp in the City, V House: Micro Cabin up in the Jungle, The AbleNook: A Multi-Use Portable Dwelling, Parking your Tiny House and then Adding a Large Covered Porch, Arkiboat Modern Tiny Houseboat on Pontoons, Indestructible Stone House in Spain, 740 Square Foot Fancy ‘n Funky Floating Home in Seattle, Treehouse Cabin you can stay in at Moose Meadow Lodge Vermont, Shipping Container Cabin Community, Tiny Camouflage Log Cabin in the Woods, Rustically Awesome Small Cabin in the Woods, Writer’s Block Tiny Cabin and Boat House, Tiny Cube Cabin in the Woods, One Really Dreamy Small House, Tiny Snow Hut, Tiny House Built with Recycled Cardboard at National Forest in Japan, 273 Square Foot Shoebox Tiny Apartment and so many more!
Tiny homes and small homes are more popular than ever before with all sorts of designs, styles, plans and sizes to suit just about every need and preference. The name used for this popular growing trend is The Tiny House or Small House Movement, which as the name implies is living in small or tiny houses, and the move towards living more simply. Living simply for many means reducing the amount of possessions someone owns. Living in a tiny house, means having less space and in turn having to downsize and keep only the possessions that a persons needs.You may think that with all these tiny houses around they would all look the same, but that is simply not the case. In each tiny house design there is no shortage to the amount of detail you see in every nook and cranny. The size of a house is no indication to the amount of unique design features and ideas that can go into it.