One of the things that we love most about tiny homes is that they allow owners to afford some incredible views as was the case with this next tiny home. Designed by Elizabeth Herrmann Architecture + Design of Bristol, Vermont, this tiny home features a sharp angled roofline and gray cedar siding with a bright yellow door to greet you. Perhaps the best feature of the house though is the gorgeous view of Vermont’s Green Mountains.
Inside, the home feels spacious thanks to the tall ceilings and open floorplan. The kitchen is L-shaped with tons of cabinet space in the form of both large cabinets and drawers. A mini-fridge was built into the cabinets and a sink sits in front of a large picture window.
On the end of the kitchen is a full-sized stove and oven combo with retro style. The dining area is also on this end of the room with enough space for a full-sized table and chairs.
The home has a seating space across from the kitchen with a built-in bench and a cubby for books in the wall. It’s the perfect place to read a book or take off your shoes at the end of the day. On the other side of the home is the bedroom area with a long window that can be propped open to let fresh air in.
The home features multiple windows both large and small in size that give the home plenty of natural light and great views. Also included is a large storage unit built into the hall next to the bathroom.
The bathroom has a great focal point: a large tiled bathtub! It’s extra-deep for soaking and has a window that lets natural light stream in while you relax.
This modern and angular home lives like a much larger house thanks to superior design and ingenuity.
If you’d like to learn more about the talented team behind this Vermont beauty, visit their website at http://eharchitect.com/micro-house.