There is something very functional and aesthetically pleasing about split level roofs. It breaks up the monotony of a long line, and lets you retain a lovely cabin feel while still geyting in more light, windows, and space.
A 20′ tiny house on wheels built for a family of four with high-quality components in Durango, Colorado. The see-through walkway between the kids' loft and the adult loft is remarkable and brilliant. This walkway means you only need one staircase and nearly nothing to obstruct your view from top or bottom.
A modern 246 sq.ft. tiny house designed and built by Nashville, Tennessee-based New Frontier Tiny Homes. Shou Sugi Ban cedar siding contrasts beautifully against the natural red western cedar. Inside, you'll find hardwood floors and a reclaimed barn wood ceiling.