If you don’t mind spending a premium on a tiny house, one beautiful one worth considering is the Bohemian Bungalow from Hill Country Tiny Houses.
Every detail of this tiny home is an absolute delight. Let’s take a look around.
The gooseneck trailer measures 40’ in length and offers 390 square feet of space, so it is pretty roomy as far as tiny houses go. A 6’ and a 12’ slide-out help to maximize your space. The siding is board and batten, and the roof is metal.
A large porch leads to a bright red set of French doors shaded by an awning.
The home is large enough to accommodate a lot of comfortable and stylish seating.
A super wide window looks out on the scenery.
Cute decorative accents make the house feel like a home.
There is actually a secondary patio along the side of the house, offering even more outdoor space to enjoy.
The wood walls are one of the most beautiful features of the home. The bright colors of the pillows and cushions compliment the warm wood tones perfectly.
There is a special hominess to all of the storage solutions in this house. They have a comfortable, traditional look and feel about them. The stained glass which you see here is an antique.
A lot of thought has gone into choosing all of the décor around this house. The colors and materials combine for a beautiful effect.
Everything is coordinated perfectly.
This rack not only offers convenient storage, but also displays these mugs as the lovely art which they are.
The tile mosaic brings a lot of color and texture to the interior of the home.
This is the view you’re greeted with as you wash dishes.
The kitchen has one of those deep farmhouse sinks which have become so popular. They do a great job conserving space while making it easier to wash even the largest dishes. You also can see the oven and stovetop as well as the overhead lighting which makes cooking easy.
Convenient storage nooks are concealed throughout the house.
The large fridge and freezer unit looks positively luxurious in stainless steel. It even has what looks to be a water and ice dispenser, not a feature you see on most fridges which show up in tiny houses.
Slide-out storage provides a place for all of your condiments and spices. I didn’t even notice it hiding back there in the previous photo!
If you need some privacy, you can pull these heavy drapes across the big window in the living room. Drapes too are a feature which you do not see in every tiny house, but they add a lot of color and coziness.
Looking back toward the front door, you can take in the layout and better grasp the dimensions.
Now we’re stepping into the bedroom …
With its canopy and all of those pillows, this bed looks so comfy! The sliding barn door with the rustic paint job also looks fabulous. I sure love a tiny house with a real bedroom!
A cool feature is this breakfast bar located on the outside of the home. People can sit both indoors and outdoors and chat through the windows. This would be great for parties.
There is more antique stained glass in the shower stall, and the same tiles you see in the kitchen.
With its bright colors and its unique shape, this tiny house stands out in any landscape. Inside and out, it is a true work of art. Want to own it? The starting price is $87,900. If you want to upgrade it with all available features, it can be yours in all of its glory for $118,900. Learn more by visiting Hill Country Tiny Houses.