Exposed copper pipes and accents, reclaimed barn wood, and antique chandelier!
This custom Willamette Farmhouse tiny home built by Tiny SMART House was recently featured on Season 2, Episode 5 of Tiny House Hunters (HGTV), and praised as one of the more unique and custom tiny houses ever shown on the program.
The antique chandelier was the center piece of the living space and perfectly complimented the gorgeous hand-milled redwood.
Redwood quilt patterns inlay the walls and ceiling, while reclaimed redwood barn wood clad the stairs and highlight the wrap-around cedar benches, table, and lofts.
Both lofts feature privacy walls and doors, as well as egress windows. There’s a skylight in main loft (and a skylight in the main area too). The main loft accomodates a queen or king bed, with plenty of headroom, and is easily accessed through a custom staircase.
The second loft fits a twin or double bed, or could be used for storage. This loft is accessed by a moveable and storeable custom loft ladder. This design could be easily suited to work with children or guests.
The owners chose copper to accent their tiny house. For a “modern steampunk” vibe, we left the copper plumbing exposed in the bathroom and kitchen areas, and used pipes as handrails. We added copper inlay throughout the interior wall design and trim. Finally, there’s a flushing toilet, and the bathroom floor was custom made from copper pennies.
This beautiful (not-so-tiny) tiny home is truly one of a kind, just like every Tiny SMART House that we build. We love to accommodate our customer’s design whims and personal styles.
Learn more about our Willamette Farmhouse including options for gooseneck trailer. When you’re ready to learn more or have questions, contact us to discuss your needs. Let’s talk about a custom floorplan for your Tiny SMART House.