You’ve probably seen the Japanese method of preserving wood by charring the exterior before, we’ve even covered a couple of homes with it before, but we’ve never seen one done so tastefully until now. The Charwood Cabin by Molecule Tiny Homes features a dark charred exterior with a steel gray metal roof for an allover dark and mysterious look. The home sold for $65,000 and features two lofts and tons of appeal.
Inside, the home is quite the contrast from the dark exterior! With light wood floors and ceilings and pale walls and cabinets, the home feels open and bright with tons of storage and space.
The living room has a custom L-shaped couch and floating shelves overhead with a tiny stove to keep the whole home warm. A dining table is attached below the window and can be popped up when needed and folded flat to open up floor space.
The kitchen is gorgeous with shiny wood countertops, crisp white subway tile on the backsplash, and custom gray cabinets. A three-burning gas cooktop was installed on one end of the countertops with floating shelves lining the other end and mini-fridge tucked below.
The bathroom is on the end of the home and has a slim pedestal sink with a composting toilet painted brick on the walls.
The shower has black painted brick to contrast against the white and reminds you of the charred exterior of the home.
Upstairs in the main loft, you have plenty of room for a full-sized bed with wall sconces to give you light at night and several windows to let fresh air in.
This home may have a tough exterior but we think it’s pretty sweet on the inside!
To learn more about Molecule Tiny Homes and to get in contact with them, visit their website at http://moleculetinyhomes.blogspot.com/.