I’ve been making it a priority to catch up lately on what the Oregon Cottage Company has been up to. This tiny house builder has been crafting some lovely little homes, one of which is the Siskiyou, named for the mountainous county in northern California along the border with Oregon.
The tiny cabin is charmingly rustic with its wood siding and green roof. The main floor offers 134 square feet of space, combined with an upper loft offering 59 square feet and a 19-square-foot storage loft for a total of 212 square feet of usable space.
Here you can see another version of the house with a different color for the window trim.
The walls are painted pine beadboard. On the left, you see the ladder leading to the loft, with the kitchen behind it. In the center photo, you see the small fridge and freezer in the kitchen along with the cooktop and a teakettle. On the right, you see the sink. I’m not sure, but this looks like it might be a different configuration than the photo on the far left.
Here, we have a couple images of the bathroom. The left-hand photo shows us the view from within the shower, while the right-hand photo shows us the toilet.
This photo is definitely a different configuration than the ones we were looking at previously, because the kitchen counter has moved to the opposite side of the house. But you can see how the kitchen connects to the living room. Above the front door is a small loft for storage. Windows on every side bring light into the living space.
Finally, here’s a look at the main loft where you can sleep above the kitchen.
It just goes to show, it is pretty surprising what you can fit into 212 square feet of space. If you are interested in this tiny house, it starts from $50,500, with the full price depending on the features you select. Learn more by visiting Oregon Cottage Company.