Our next featured Tiny House rests on a flatbed trailer. Built by Jenine Alexander with the help of her friend Amy Hutto the space includes both upper and lower sleeping lofts as well as full trailer hook-ups for electric propane and water. The home can also nicely accommodate any solar wind or hydro power system.
Extensive use of glass in the form of sliding floor-to-ceiling windows also offers for visual connectivity with the gorgeous garden in the back. Stylish pendant lighting and plush décor in darker hues offer a pleasant contrast to the white walls present throughout.
Just because the home is small doesn’t mean it’s short on function. From the kitchen you can access a small open storage area and there’s even additional closet space in the bathroom! And yes the house features plumbing and wiring. Below we see corrugated metal walls surrounding a compact shower. We end with a view of the back of the home complete with three windows and of course the wheels…
Would you ever live in an upcycled silo? This type of innovative living may not be for everyone. If you wouldn’t dwell in a silo would you stay the night in a silo hotel? Share your thought by leaving a comment below…
The Oil Silo Home’s interior is no less impressive than its exterior. Would you have expected a rendering with anything but modern decor?! Clean-lined sofas add comfort and sleek style while an indoor garden is the ultimate green statement:
A curved staircase features a slatted rail that mirrors the corrugated lines of the wall. Once again metal and wood combine to create a look that is rustic yet industrial at the same time. Perfect for a space that used to be a silo! Below we see a bedroom that features a “Bed in a Box” concept. The best part: each one of these beds includes stereo sound and a flat screen monitor!
The unabated views of Washington Lake Mt. Rainier and North Cascades defined the way the house was conceived. Adding to this gorgeous natural setting is the use of water features inside the home to create an ambient atmosphere.