Las Vegas-based company, Old Hippie Woodworking and Designs, has produced tiny houses that are every bit as interesting as their name. The Peacock is one of those homes and it was intriguing enough to catch the attention of HGTV and be featured on their show Tiny House, Big Living. The home sleeps three people and is currently being rented out on Airbnb.
The exterior of the home features rustic wood with metal accents and an incredible deck on top that’s perfect for admiring the desert skies.
Inside, the wood siding is painted white to give the home an expansive feel with hardwood floors and ceiling giving it warmth and character. The living area is quite large for a tiny house and has a custom couch that converts to a bed for guests. A full staircase leads to the main sleeping loft where two more guests can sleep.
The L-shaped kitchen has a long wooden countertop and plenty of cabinet space for storage. An electric cooktop is plugged into the wall on the short end and a festive ceramic bowl is used as a sink under the large window.
The dining area is in the same area as the living room and has a custom wooden table that can be folded down when not in use to give you more floor space. The huge window above the table lets natural light flood in and also allows you to admire the desert from the couch or table.
Upstairs, the loft has room for a queen-sized mattress with plenty of natural light and headroom. And the crowning gem of the room is the stained-glass window featuring a beautiful peacock!
The bathroom is covered in cedar wood with white bead board and features a flushing toilet and shower stall.
Outside is possibly the best feature of the home, the upper deck! Reached by a full staircase, the deck has enough room for comfy chairs and gives you the best spot for sightseeing in the desert!
If you find yourself in Desert Valley and want to book a stay at the Peacock, go to https://www.airbnb.ca/rooms/16585224?locale=en.
And if you’re interested in seeing more of the Peacock and the Old Hippie behind it, check out their website at http://oldhippieww.com/index.php/contact/.