This Tiny Hall House located in Massachusetts. Has 160 square feet floor area and built for under $30K over six months. The Tiny Hall Home comes with complete basic tiny living accoutrements, furniture and appliance.
It’s including a lofted Queen bed, compact “couch” that doubles as a bed for the couple’s son (the space is about two feet wide by eight feet long, which makes it about a foot narrower than the typical twin bed), kitchenette, and composting toilet. Even more rad are custom touches like the bookshelves hidden in the gabled entrance and the miniature bedside stands and lamps. Intrigued? The owners are answering tiny house questions and dropping wisdom over on their sites.
Tiny Hall House Interior Tours
Beautiful kitchen area comes with perfectly organized things. Even more, this mini kitchen already full fill standart cooking untensils. There are Mini fridge, blender ,water dispenser, magnetic seasoning sets and many more. Missing stove??
The owner said they are using induction stove with Fagor Brand and also have a little Cusinart Toaster Oven that can pull out if want to bake or roast etc.
<<< Fargo Induction Stove
Tiny Hall House Sleeping Area
The upstairs loft bed has a queen size even though a full would have worked for sure. “As far as the privacy thing goes, well there is none when everyone is home” said the owners. They say about adding a curtain to the upstairs loft so that could be pull it closed when need more darkness or privacy, but it hasn’t been an issue so far. For living in tiny house you defiantly have to tune into each family member and get the sense of when they need space, and then give it to them.
The mattress are from Sudbury Organic Mattress and the specific brand was Eco-Slumber. The natural latex topper was Naturepedic.
Other Part of Tiny Hall House
See the white waffle pattern curtain on the picture? That’s is 30″ x 30″ shower.
“Simplicity is The Ultimate Sophistication.”
– leonardo da vinci
Toilet with space savings furniture. There are cupboard behind the mirrors. The windows also providing natural light for energy efficient and for better air flows.