Tiny houses offer plenty of advantages, but normally that means living with a tiny shower the size of a phone booth. And then, every once in a while, an exception rolls around. Daniel Weddle, of the tiny house company Carpenter Owl, created his personal tiny home with creativity — and a bathtub — in mind.
The “Snails Away” house boasts plenty of beautifully exposed wood and lots of natural light. The house feels spacious due to the the unique curved roof, which was made from a reclaimed metal from an Indiana barn.
An open downstairs area features a cherry and copper dining table that can fit six. He even fit a tiny recording studio with insulated walls in the downstairs area. His instruments and a small desk adorn the walls.
However, the real superstars of this house are the luxurious lofts. One split-level loft has a full-size tub with a view out the window! The loft on the other side is just as bright and comfortable, and features a queen-sized bed. The curved roof also creates a spacious aesthetic rarely seen in tiny homes.
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