Tiny House in a Landscape

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With our relocating and the making of a transition to a new area  I have gotten out of  rhythm with a lot of blog related items.  One of the items being the Tiny House in a Landscape feature. This is one of my favorite features that John Chapman of New Zealand got me started with several years ago. I am hoping to get back into this feature starting today.

Yesterday, my wife and son and I were visiting Sisters, Oregon a little tourist town about twenty miles outside of Bend. We decided to have some soup at a little place called The Open Door. They are a mix of a gallery and a restaurant. We chose to eat outside and at the entrance was this cute little building being used as a mini gallery. The interior space is only around eight foot by ten feet but the detail and design really enthralled me. I shared this on my Instagram account and everyone loved it so I thought I would share it here too. Though not a tiny house per say it is real inspiration for one in my humble opinion!

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Sue - September 6, 2014 Reply

I LOVE it! Put it on a trailer, make it bigger & I’m THERE! The more rustic the better!
Absolutely adorable! 😉

Walt Barrett - September 6, 2014 Reply

That is a very attractive tiny building. It appeals to me much more than house on wheels.

Arlene - September 6, 2014 Reply

Absolutely precious!!! I would love that for my own.

Anna Hawthorne - September 6, 2014 Reply

YES!

Frederick Thurber - September 6, 2014 Reply

Nice! It looks like salvaged and natural materials. No plywood or OSB crapola. I love the cedar tree posts

connie - September 6, 2014 Reply

this is my inspiration!!!! I love this!

Jason Sterling - September 6, 2014 Reply

I love this! A tiny business! It’s definitely an inspiration and it looks so cool!

W. Powell - September 6, 2014 Reply

I would have liked a few more pictures from different angles. Can barely see the inside …

Cosy - September 6, 2014 Reply

This is absolutely adorable! These aesthetics could easily be used on most tiny homes. Makes me want to move in.

Cosy - September 6, 2014 Reply

This is absolutely adorable. These aesthetics could be used in so many of the stark tiny homes we see. I would move right in if it were a tiny house. Filing this one for future reference.

Cedar - September 6, 2014 Reply

Lovely! My kind of place. Thank you for posting..

gmh - September 6, 2014 Reply

That is pretty darn cute. Love the porch posts and absolutely LOVE the roof.

And while it is small, it’s about the same size as Dee Williams’ Portland pad. I went to see her today at a local bookstore- she was giving “tours” of her tiny-tiny house and talks about her new book. Sounds like she is going to retire to the tiny-tiny and give her tiny home to her niece one of these days.

Nancy @ Little Homestead in Boise - September 6, 2014 Reply

Too small for me but nice paint job! I could never see a real foodie, or self reliant person living like this, since there’s little storage. Where would you store your food preservation stuff?

Ricardo Castro - September 7, 2014 Reply

All you got to do, is to sell the car and/or the motorcycle and making a garage sale, …keep in mind old people must have only what is really needed, …
Good luck, …

Pat - September 7, 2014 Reply

Very cute & charming! I love it! So quaint & rustic! Just wish you had an interior shot to show us a glimpse of the inside! Adorable!

Becca - September 7, 2014 Reply

Gah! That is ADORABLE.

pat satchell - September 9, 2014 Reply

adorable little abode !I love the shutters
custom cut-out trees !Thanks for sharing
that one. I keep trying to find an older
u-tube with a former Footballstar who had
a “Little”house with a taller ceiling and a
shower to accomodate 300 lb.+guys.does
anyone remember it?

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