A family in Montpelier, Vermont had a smart idea to save money; they would build a tiny home in their back yard and rent out their main home. With the help of local building company, Anomal, the family designed and built a 493-square foot modern home in under three weeks!
The exterior of the tiny house has pale blue and natural wood siding with a slanted roofline and built on decks. Lush landscape surrounds the home and it backs up to a large wooded area so there’s plenty of privacy.
Inside, the home feels spacious thanks to the sloping ceiling and plenty of windows and glass doors which let natural light flood the room. Modern and modular furniture was designed for the living room and a wood burning stove sits in the corner.
The kitchen is separated from the living area by a large L-shaped counter which is wrapped in rustic wood and houses a deep sink.
Sliding doors give one of the two bedrooms privacy and are just on the others side of the dining area. The kitchen is large enough for full-sized appliances and plenty of cabinet storage.
The floors in the home are stained concrete which is a cost-effective and low-maintenance option but isn’t always feasible in most tiny homes which have portability in mind.
The two large bedrooms each have full-sized beds and plenty of storage available. One innovative feature of the home is that the rooms can be opened up to one another or separated by rotating the custom cabinet in between the rooms.
The tiny house lets the family live comfortably while generating income from their larger 2,000 square foot home.
If you’d like to learn more about the creative build team behind this modern tiny house, visit their website at http://www.anomal.co/. You can also connect with them on social media at: