Love rustic materials, but prefer a more modern look in terms of simplicity and design? One tiny house which may interest you is this one from Florida Tiny House Builders. This dwelling would be perfect for full-time living, or would work as a vacation rental or hunting cabin.
You can see from this shot that the home has a very unique look to it, thanks in large part to the placement of the highly-reflective windows. They give it an almost transparent appearance, causing it to blend in with its surroundings.
In this photo, you can really appreciate just how perfect the reflections are.
Every detail of the craftsmanship is stunning to behold. The attention to detail here is incredible, and the materials are phenomenal. The copper gutters can be removed if desired, but I think they really add to the look and feel of the home! The woods used in construction include old growth cypress, pecky cypress and two types of oak.
Just look at those views! Don’t make the mistake of thinking that this house is at all fragile. Even though there is a lot of glass used in its construction, it is all impact-resistant, meeting the requirements for Dade County. No matter where you choose to relocate the house to, it should stand up to whatever nature throws at it.
The metal roof is also ideal for a range of different climate conditions.
High ceilings provide an abundance of interior space. Notice the skylights. They can be operated using remote control. They have shades integrated into them, so you can control at all times how much light and air is filtering through.
The 230-square-foot interior includes a total of two lofts.
There are fourteen windows in total.
As a result, the interior is flooded with natural light. The floor is made of maple, and was originally part of a school gym. The countertop is also reclaimed, originally from a bowling alley.
Simplicity defines every line of this breathtaking house.
Quite a few tiny houses now include a breakfast bar, but how many have a window this big?
Many tiny houses also feature beautiful wood, but there is no denying that some houses are more eye-catching in this regard than others. This one just makes my jaw hit the floor.
A black and white shot of the interior emphasizes the amazing textures. I would love to learn more about the walls and ceiling.
It looks like there is a door built into this wall, but you could easily miss it.
The glass used for this house is as stunning as the wood. The two play off of each other beautifully.
You can see the smaller of the two lofts in this photo. It doesn’t look like a bed could fit up there, but you could use it as extra living or storage space.
Those walls … they are just astonishing! The sink is really deep. That is such a nice feature to have in a tiny kitchen! Another cool feature which isn’t shown here is the Liebherr-brand refrigerator, which comes from Germany. This is a luxury fridge with a $3,000 value. That isn’t something you find in your everyday tiny house!
Sitting at the breakfast bar, you are literally surrounded by windows. You would definitely want to find a lovely site for this house, maybe some woodlands.
Even the geometry of this house is amazing.
I wish that I could put my laptop on this desk and work in such an incredible spot!
This is not just another bed you rest in overnight. It is a dazzling experience! Superhost Gabriella will amaze you with her cozy tiny house.
The Cricket is a rustic historic cabin in a small neighborhood on Spring Street along side the rushing Clear Creek and nestled among an Aspen grove.
Serenely situated between Gravenhurst and Bracebridge, Tiny Haus has been custom built by an award winning architect to capture the beauty of the natural surroundings.
This is a pretty awesome storage closet! That is a lot of shelf space there to work with.