This tiny house on wheels is surprisingly roomy. It adheres to a rustic modern design aesthetic, highlighting clean lines and beautiful woodwork. The abundant windows and vaulted ceiling give it a spacious feel, while the full light French doors and covered porch create a seamless connection to the outside. This cozy home features ten double-paned windows, six of which open. Natural light and ventilation abound.
Oiled cedar and fir throughout the interior reflect warm tones from floor to ceiling. From frame to trim, the 80% reclaimed wood adds romance and a historical sensibility.
Building materials were chosen with patience to balance beauty, durability and an ethic of sustainability.
This tiny house was designed and built by Ian Dorresteyn and James Sterrett in Portland, Oregon. For information on renting this space in northeast portland , please email us at email@example.com for longer stays or contact Airbnb for stays shorter than one month. Thanks for your interest.