Brown Bear Cabin By Alpine Tiny Homes

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Living

A lot of times when we give a tiny house coverage, it is because it plays with the form somehow (i.e. – siding is actually a rock climbing wall, entire walls of the house flip open). This Brown Bear Cabin By Alpine Tiny Homes, on the other hand, sticks to the basics pretty strictly and just kills it.

This 224 square foot cabin looks at home far away from the hustle and bustle of the city. With an attractive wooden siding on the outside, solar panels for energy, and plenty of windows to let in light to every part of the Brown Bear Cabin – it stands out as being one of the more appealing tiny homes out there. And that is before you even walk inside. The interior of the 30.5 foot long home is made up of a large living area, a full kitchen and bath, a lofted bedroom for the adults, and two smaller single beds for younger ones. All of the cabinets are custom made, the counter tops cut from quartz, and despite the small square footage – the entire home manages not to feel cramped at all. Prices are available on request.

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