When the Southard Family decided to renovate the old treehouse in their backyard, they designed a retreat that anyone would want to escape to. The family built it in mind for their daughter and drew inspiration from old windows salvaged from their family business. We think it’s a dreamy tiny house full of light and whimsy!
Inside, the house is bright thanks to all of the windows lining the walls. In the living room, the walls were kept white and the natural wood frames and trim add warmth and depth to the room.
The house is only 100 square feet so there isn’t much room for storage but they made the best use of wall space like in this little nook. Open shelving and hooks give a place for odds and ends.
A small office area gives enough room for a desk to work at while looking out the windows.
Built-in storage nooks like this one were nestled between nooks to give a spot for books or flowers. We love the artwork that the family picked for this tiny house, too! It brings sophistication and color to the neutral walls.
In the bedroom, there’s room for a full-sized bed. We absolutely love the massive window they put in here! You can also see the wood trim they left at the top of the walls to add character.
Since there isn’t a bathroom or kitchen, you may not actually be able to live in this tiny house, but we think it makes a perfect place to catch a nap or read a book. We know this family has loved it and that it’ll be a cherished place for their daughter!
See more pictures and read about the family in the Country Living article about the treehouse here: http://www.countryliving.com/home-design/house-tours/g3574/treehouse-tennessee/.