This garage-turned-tiny house in Seattle is an awesome mix of rustic and modern design. It was built by Michelle de la Vega, an artist, designer, and welder in the Seattle area. What I love most about this home is that it doesn’t really look like a typical tiny house on the inside. It has everything a person or small family needs to live comfortably, but in a fraction of the space of a traditional home.
A wood stove on a beautiful brick hearth provides heat for the home and a cozy living room centerpiece.
The small kitchen area contains storage space, a mini fridge, sink, and portable cook stove.
A loft, well-lit by three windows, provides a cozy sleep area accessible by a ladder.
Perhaps the most awesome feature in this whole house is the spacious tub with the skylight above it, perfect for soaking under the stars. Like the rest of the home, the bathroom is finished with a gorgeous mix of rustic and modern detail.
Industrial lockers serve as a storage area next to large french doors that open up to an outdoor seating area.
Most of the furnishings and fixtures in this home are custom built or salvaged, making this an inspiring model of what can be done with repurposed materials.
See more about this mini house at the artist’s website.