Have you Heard the Joke about the Camel and the Tiny House? We’ll get to the camel in just a bit, but first, let’s set the scene: not too long ago, Tennessee Tiny Homes built a 340-square foot house for a couple on an episode of HGTV’s Tiny House Hunters.
The adorable home was 24 square foot long and had everything the young family needed. But before they moved in, they had to pass the camel inspection!
We’re not exactly sure if the camel is licensed, but he definitely approved of the natural wood siding and creamy accents.
The house is now for sale in Texas for $57,999 and it’s going to make someone very happy! It even includes this great sofa that fits perfectly in the living area.
The kitchen has a deep sink that’s set down in the gorgeous wood countertops. The owners made great use of the space and installed mounted racks for dishes and cups.
There’s a tabletop that can be popped up when not in use or folded down when you need more room to eat or even prep a meal. Also in the kitchen is a four-burner gas stove and a ¾ refrigerator.
There is a washer and dryer combo in the kitchen and plenty of closed storage below the countertops.
Here are some more ways the couple took advantage of the space. Magnetic spice containers are on the fridge and a wire rack was installed above the washer and dryer for all of their laundry needs.
The living area is nice and cozy with room for a sofa and has a ladder that’s tucked out of the way to give easy access to one of the two lofts.
The living area has a built-in closed storage unit and the bathroom is just on the other side below the second loft.
The smaller of the lofts has a cozy bed and even has room for a pretty nightstand. The pitched ceiling gives you plenty of headroom to move around and the windows let in plenty of light and air. We also love the light fixture!
The master loft has a larger bed in it and even has a TV installed on the wall! The couple really made this tiny house a cozy and quaint home with all of their décor and sweet touches.
And to learn more about the builders, visit their website at http://tinyhappyhomes.com/.