Tiny House

Tiny House
Ideabooks14,567
Questions17
This little house is where Jessica and her family have been living for the last several years. It sits on a five-acre property on Sauvie Island. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
“Simple” — wmckeon808
Tiny House
Ideabooks35,600
Questions20
The new floors are local Oregon white oak, and the dining table was made from locally salvaged walnut. The range is a vintage Craigslist find, and a wood-burning stove easily and efficiently heats the small house. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
“wood wall and shelves” — Wanda Martin
Tiny House
Ideabooks73,968
Questions11
A ‘great room’ houses the kitchen, dining room and living room with large, comfortable, built in sofas that double as twin beds for guests. Drawers under the sofas hold children’s toys and a wall of shelves houses books and more. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
“Schöner boden” — radlgruber
Tiny House
Ideabooks28,914
Questions10
The ceiling was opened up in the main space, but the bathroom and bedroom have lower ceilings to accommodate the parent’s sleeping loft above, accessible by a walnut ladder. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
“loft” — langp
Tiny House
Ideabooks16,679
Questions4
The children’s room has two bunk beds as well as a full bed for guests. A pull-out closet makes maximum use of the narrow space near the bunk beds. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
“love the wood walls and simple beds” — impson
Tiny House
Ideabooks11,711
Questions9
“tub” — cynthiahdavies
Tiny House
Ideabooks10,528
Questions14
“board” — barn79
Tiny House
Ideabooks18,745
Questions11
“Walls” — kesherrillmojo
Tiny House
Ideabooks10,416
Questions13
As part of the remodel, the worn out roof was replaced with a green roof, planted with moss and ferns gathered along the Columbia River Gorge. The green roof offers insulation as well as a playful visual counterpoint to the traditional white cottage. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
“Pillar” — chehba
Tiny House
Ideabooks5,834
Questions2
“classic split rail” — Mad Gardener LLC
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