There are many fantastic tiny home designs. The idea behind these wonderful homes is almost always to create a sustainable, minimalist, yet comfortable living space.
Designed by Doug Schroeder, an experienced builder from Timbercraft Tiny Homes, the home is equipped with advanced electrical features.
Its built-in kitchen and drainage system allow for great flexibility in travel. And while it has a sturdy frame and several modern features, it is the interior that creates a beautifully calm, intimate atmosphere.
So far, the firm has built just a few of these unique, cottage-like tiny homes. But it is planning on delivering the best living experience for its customers by collaborating and customizing with them to build truly special homes.
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Doug Schroeder’s Alabama-based firm, Timbercraft Tiny Homes, specializes in customizing minimalist tiny homes. Schroeder, who has over 20 years of building experience, unveils a new 150-square-foot design.
The best feature of the home is, undoubtedly, its interior. Inside, sleek, sophisticated lines are paired with warm, cozy tones.
The mobile “cottage” is equipped with a stainless steel sink, pine slab countertops, and a two-burner propane cooktop.
At the back of the home, you’ll find a bath and a composting toilet.
There are conveniently-placed painted cabinets beside the kitchen area.
Schroeder has built an open-cell spray foam insulation system for the tiny home.
The standard heating and cooling unit in the home is a “through-the-wall” unit with an air conditioner and heat pump.
Schroeder has also installed a three-inch sewer drain that can be hooked up to a septic, rank, or sewer system. A garden hose-style water hookup is used for water.
As of now, the tiny homes Schroeder designs can measure from 8’x16′ to 8’x24′. Each of them has a foldout porch.
This unique, cozy Timbercraft cottage can give you the freedom and opportunity to travel to places you’ve always dreamed of going.
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