A 24′ trailer was used to construct the stunning-looking MH by Wishbone Tiny Homes. With a blend of cedar and poplar siding and a red metal roof, the home’s appearance is distinctive. It’s obvious that this house is unique compared to other tiny residences on the market.
The interior of the house is gorgeous, with salvaged barn wood used for feature pieces like the staircase and island as well as the ceilings. The lighter wood used for the walls prevents the house from seeming too dark or cramped. A modest wood burning burner that is hidden next to the kitchen cabinetry heats the mostly open floor plan.
The front of the house’s living room features a built-in, padded window seat that can be utilized as buffet seating at the extendable dining table. The numerous windows that border the walls, both high up and at eye level, provide ample of natural light throughout the entire house.
In the center of the house, the kitchen has long counters and open storage that is covered by curtains. The custom-made wood countertops match the other wooden accents and elements in the property nicely.
The kitchen has a full-sized oven and gas cooktop across from a large sink and stainless steel faucet, as well as a small refrigerator set up on a platform.
The house incorporates storage into each step of the wide stairway to maximize its use. Even a combination washing and dryer unit and a tall closet were able to fit into one of the bigger apertures.
The loft is open and roomy upstairs, with a comfortable carpeted floor and lots of natural light. You have enough area for a king-sized bed or a queen-sized bed with enough for side tables in both cases.
Back downstairs, there is a separate nook space with sitting in front of the sliding window, as well as a bathroom that is adjacent to the kitchen.
With light wood panelling and tile accents, the bathroom is lively. It has an amazing shower with a mostly wooden surround and a composting toilet.
Designed and built by Wishbone Tiny Homes.