Anytime something is referred to as an “animal” it’s fairly safe to assume it’s fierce and, more than likely, substantial. That’s exactly the case with the aptly named “Animal” by Alpine Tiny Homes of Utah. Built on a 30’ gooseneck trailer, this home features an open layout, rooftop deck, and high-end finishes. This home was a custom build but the good thing about Alpine Tiny Homes is that their motto is “We can adapt any plan to fit your size, budget, or lifestyle.” So, if you like what you see, you could design your own version of the Animal!
Video House Tour:
While the wood siding on the home is definitely gorgeous, we have to say that the best exterior feature of this tiny house is the large rooftop deck accessible by a trapdoor. You’re sure to have the best view of wherever your travels take you from the large deck surrounded by a safety railing.
Inside, the tiny house feels expansive with a mostly all-white color scheme and rich hardwood floors. Wide windows and soaring ceilings add to the airy feeling of the Animal and keep the home bright.
The living area of the home is surrounded with paneling painted an unexpected teal color that we absolutely love. Built-in furniture adds storage and a natural branch mounted on top of the white counter adds whimsy. You can’t really see the full room from these pictures so be sure to watch the video at the end to take it all in! What you can see is a large kitchen with
white cabinets and countertops and bar seating for dining. The open shelves made from barn wood add texture and keep the home from feeling bland.
Above the kitchen is a large lofted bedroom with the same rich hardwood. A long window lines the room letting natural light come in the room. The trapdoor for the rooftop deck is above the loft giving you easy access.
There’s so much to see in the Animal tiny house including an unbelievable bathroom with a custom shower stall with a stone floor. So take a few minutes to watch this video tour so you can see just how incredible this home is! Go to https://youtu.be/hnwAD-qI8hg.
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