Drawing inspiration from outdated Colorado mining cities, the Red Mountain is a 34′ bumper pull tiny home with rusty corrugated wainscot, reclaimed barn wooden board and batt, and cedar shakes on the top partitions. A fold down porch extends past the lined porch on the rear of the trailer.
Constructed by Greg Parham of Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses, the Pink Mountain sits on a triple axle trailer and has 272-square-feet on the primary stage and roughly 120-square-feet between the 2 lofts.
After coming into by the handmade arch high door, you’ll discover an workplace nook with a handcrafted desk and drawers constructed from American Walnut. All through the home are 1/4″ pine tongue-and-groove partitions and three/4″ beetle kill pine ceilings.
The L-shaped grasp loft is giant sufficient for a king mattress and cubby area, plus it has a skylight.
On the alternative aspect of the tiny home is the children’ bed room loft, which is accessed by a bookcase ladder.
The dwelling area has a customized constructed sofa with storage and a excessive finish gasoline range.
The eating space has a beetle kill tabletop with a 16″ folding leaf, offering sufficient area for a household of 4.
The kitchen has all customized beetle kill cupboards, two pull out pantries, a tile counter that the shopper picked out, and a 24″ stainless-steel gasoline vary. On the alternative wall is the fridge and stackable washer and dryer.
On the far finish of the Red Mountain is the lavatory, which contains a full dimension clawfoot tub with classic faucet, a customized vessel sink, and a customized pebble tiled self-importance high. The self-importance and linen closet each use reclaimed barn wooden doorways.
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