Full Moon Tiny Shelters based out of Nova Scotia specialize in building unique and custom tiny houses for their clients and they also have a passion for using local sources when possible. Their two passions came together beautifully with the 24-foot long Refuge house featuring locally milled cedar and ash wood.
The Refuge is made for four-season living and is fully insulated. The exterior of the home is cedar wood with two coats of hemp oil giving it a gorgeous dark finish. In contrast, the side door is made from oak and is a Dutch door so it can be partially opened to let fresh air in.
The inside of the house is light ash wood with exposed beams and tons of windows so the home feels bright and spacious. We love how wide the windows open up to let in nature!
The roof of the home is arched which not only gives it a pretty look but also gives the sleeping loft extra headroom so you can comfortably move around.
The builders didn’t post many pictures of the home but from what we can see, she’s a beauty! The incredible wood is what really sets this tiny house apart.
If you’d like to see more pictures of the Refuge house and to learn more about Full Moon Tiny Shelters, go to http://fullmoontinyshelters.com/shelters/. You can also follow them on social media at: