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Think You Can’t Fit Outdoor Gear In a Tiny House? Watch This Amazing Video!

Posted by on January 11, 2017 in Economy, Loans and Frugal Living with 0 Comments

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If you are an outdoor adventurer, you are going to love “The Shed,” a tiny house in Eastern Washington built by Samantha and Robert, a young (early 30s) professional couple who love the outdoors and clearly know exactly what they want in a home.

It took them about a year and $30,000 in materials to build their dream tiny home themselves – on weekends (as they both hold full-time jobs) — with no experience.

The house which features a corrugated metal exterior and just 204 square feet of living space has a very modern, hip-yet-rustic vibe.

Related Article: Top 5 Tiny Homes of 2016 (from Bryce Langston of Living Big in a Tiny House)

The couple made great use of a long banquette in their main living room – for both seating and storage.

And then they added a skinny beech chair/table they call “Drifter” that slides around and becomes a bench at their kitchen bar or a work table at their banquette.

The roof design is brilliant – lower on one side and higher on the loft side so as not to create more weight or use more materials where they are not needed, while still providing the height they need to make their bedroom loft space comfortable.

The house has a more walled-in privacy side that faces the cul-de-sac where they live, while the other side is full of large windows that let in lots of light as well as the beauty of the nature right outside. And by putting a big sturdy window in their front door, the couple brings in even more light.

The kitchen feels like a regular apartment sized kitchen with full size stove and refrigerator and lots of drawer space.

Their wardrobe fits beautifully inside the wide, sturdy steps that lead up to their loft and their loft can fit any size bed in different configurations (though the couple has agreed to never own a king-size bed as to not put that much space between them).

The loft is full of light – with windows on two of its three walls. And it has a lovely open view down into the living room.

The bathroom is an amazing space-use design. In only 50 square feet, there is a shower with storage at the top, a composting toilet with open, modular wood shelves and an a simple elegant sink. The sliding bathroom door is frosted which allows the light of the house to fills the bathroom, while still providing privacy.Re-claimed walnut wood all around the bathroom gives it a warm, woodsy feel and a contemporary look as well. Check out pictures of the bathroom on their site.

Related Article: 18 Year Old Student With No Construction Experience Builds Tiny Home for Under $20,000

The whole place is incredibly spacious feeling, especially given that the interior is only about 180 square feet because Samantha and Robert decided to create a 24 foot storage area that they access from outside the house for all their camping and adventure gear.

The design allows them to easily pack up and hit the road to nature whenever they feel like it – and they seasonally, make shift the items to make certain ones more accessible as they are needed (or not).

If you’re a nature-lover and adventurer you probably can’t find a better tiny house to copy if your looking to build your own sweet little mini-abode-on-wheels.

You can see more photos and learn more about Samantha and Robert’s Mobile Habitat Project (Shed) here. And join them on their facebook page here.

Vicki Howie is Co-Editor of Conscious Life News, the Creator of Chakra Boosters Healing Tattoos™ and the Host of the free, weekly Conscious Life Awakened Speaker Series (CLASS). She’s also an intuitive empath, certified hypnotherapist, life coach and the co-creator of the contemporary healing album Chakra Love. Get your complimentary copy of Vicki’s Introductory Chakra Course here and access over 170 free videos here on her youtube channel.



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