Just outside of Boston, the Hall Family decided it was time to make their dream a reality so they designed and built their tiny home using natural and composted materials with the help of their family members. The tiny home is just the perfect size for the family of three and their dog, Tango, to live and travel anywhere they desire.
While it’s only 8×20 feet, this tiny home is full of character! Just wait until you see the inside! You’re going to be blown away!
We love the white color scheme that makes the space feel larger than it really is. And the wide planked walls add texture and character and give the home a warm feeling. A small couch sits opposite the mounted TV and a cleverly placed shelf houses books above the door.
Upstairs, there’s a bedroom as well as tons of storage space. We love the unique barrier that keeps the bed in place! And all of the windows let in tons of light and air when needed. Or there’s a nice large ceiling fan!
This bed looks super comfy and we love the funky wall sconces!
Back downstairs, the kitchen has a mini fridge and lots of closed and open storage. And look at the magnetic spice rack on the wall!
The bathroom is on the other side of the kitchen and it has a large shower stall and cute knobs to hang towels on.
There’s also a composting toilet a mirrored wall cabinet.
The family took advantage of every nook and cranny to make sure they had room for everything they needed in their tiny home. Between the ladder rungs, they keep pots and pans, canisters, books and anything else they need to tuck away.
Then magnetic strips and plates, as well as hooks, keep utensils and spices off of the counters but easy to grab.
Just because they skimped on space doesn’t mean they skimped on style, though! The couch cushion is covered in fine leather and the Roman shades and pillows are made from luxurious silk
The Hall’s decided to expand outside and added a portable patio and even a vegetable garden! And they have big plans for the future including a bike shed and a green roof!
This is not just another bed you rest in overnight. It is a dazzling experience! Superhost Gabriella will amaze you with her cozy tiny house.
The Cricket is a rustic historic cabin in a small neighborhood on Spring Street along side the rushing Clear Creek and nestled among an Aspen grove.
Serenely situated between Gravenhurst and Bracebridge, Tiny Haus has been custom built by an award winning architect to capture the beauty of the natural surroundings.
To learn more about this awesome family and how they made a tiny home work for them, check out this article and see more pictures of this incredible house! Visit their tumblr blog to see more http://tinyhallhouse.tumblr.com/. It’s their hope that they can inspire other families to take the plunge and go tiny so they can see how great life can be when you live with just a little less.