If you were a retired art teacher, you’d certainly know how to spot beauty in a tiny house. When Pam decided she wanted to move into a tiny home upon her retirement, she contracted Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses to make her dream come true. And sure enough, “La Luna Llena” (which translates to “The Full Moon”) is a dream on wheels.
The exterior features cedar lap, cedar board and batt, and galvanized corrugated wainscot. There is a porch which can be folded down when the home is parked as well as a fold-up awning frame for the entryway.
The arch-top door was handmade using ponderosa pine. The stained glass was provided by Pam herself.
The interior is all beautiful wood: red oak and blue stained pine. The red flooring was handscraped. The loft joists were all reclaimed. The charming light fixtures add a pop of color.
There is a lot of storage packed into the stairs, and there is a beautiful red oak bookcase. See that small cabinet made of red oak? That is for Pam’s sewing machine. The fold-down table there is made of live edge beetle kill pine.
The kitchen is outfitted with everything Pam could possibly need, including a full-size oven and a microwave. But what I really love here are those little tiles along the back of the counter …
The rough, natural edge of the countertop is beautiful too.
Here is a look at the bathroom, which features a particularly beautiful sink.
I know, you’ve got to get a closer look at it, right?
The shower is spacious.
There is both a downstairs bedroom and an upstairs loft.
In all, the house cost $82,500. I am sure that Pam is thrilled with it! Learn more about La Luna Llena here at Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses, and check out the rest of this company’s beautiful tiny house models.