How awesome would it be to live in your very own rustic lodge? Well, maybe you can, if you go tiny! Check out the Mount Hood Lodge by Tiny Smart House.
With a painted wood exterior accented by corrugated metal, the exterior is simply gorgeous. I really like the different depths featured here. The façade isn’t simply flat, like it is on most tiny houses. This makes it stand out from the crowd.
You can go with a Mount Hood Lodge model as small as 16’ in length and 8’ width, or you can get a larger model with a 44’ length and a width up to 12’. The house in these shoots looks like it is probably one of the larger builds.
Just look at those gorgeous materials.
That patio looks like the perfect spot to idle away endless hours in the fresh air. Personally, I’d never tire of admiring my own house!
It’s definitely a tiny house … but it seems to stretch the definition, because it feels really roomy. Clearly it extends quite a bit in length, and the high ceiling makes for a loft that is … well, lofty.
Most tiny houses take one of two approaches when it comes to colors. Either they go with one main hue and keep most of the walls and furnishings close to that color (often white), or they go for sharp contrasts. Both can help to define a space in different ways. Here, high contrasts have been used very effectively.
In the kitchen, you can enjoy the convenience of a 3-burner stovetop powered by propane with a 24” RV range hood.
The living room provides all sorts of space for relaxation.
The flooring is laminate, and the tongue and groove ceiling is bright pine. I really like that the ladder can sit flush against the wall so as not to intrude on the space at all.
If you’ve been searching for a tiny house which includes more storage, you’ve found it.
In the kitchen, there is an extension from the loft which serves as an overhead shelf.
Deep kitchen sink basins and a high faucet make it easy to wash the dishes while keeping as much space available for counters as possible.
Custom shelving ensures that no space is wasted in the corners.
In this photo, you can see how spectacularly beautiful the ceiling is.
Even though this is not a full-size home, looking at it from this angle, you could easily mistake it as one.
A set of barstools provides a stylish and comfortable spot at the counter to eat.
Wall storage accompanies overhead storage, ensuring that you have room for dishes and ingredients.
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 beautiful overhead view of the living area actually gives you a clearer impression of the colors. The contrasts are not quite as pronounced as they may have initially appeared in some of the earlier shots. The effect of the dark wood and the white paint is quite elegant. You also can really appreciate from here how wide the door is.
Seriously, living in this beautiful lodge would be like taking a permanent vacation. It looks so relaxing and luxurious. If you are interested in making it your own, you can do so starting out at around $50,500—a pretty sweet deal. Learn more by visiting Tiny Smart House.