Take a peek inside Hobbitat Spaces' Walden House

This tiny home is filled with such thoughtful details that you won't hesitate to pack your bags and live in the woods.
Walden, a celebration of life surrounded by simplicity and nature written by Henry David Thoreau, shares more than its name with this tiny home from Hobbitat Spaces. Thoreau was a strong advocate for self-sufficiency, simplicity, and progress, and the occupants of this tiny house are more than equipped to pursue those ideals.
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This 400-square-foot home contains two exterior doors — one that's accessible to the front porch and one that leads to a back patio area — allowing the occupants to easily enjoy the outdoors. As for the interior, this tiny home provides an ideal rustic repose.
The generously-sized table comfortably seats four and can be used for eating, working, and even for playing board games. The kitchen has plenty of storage while conserving space, and the ladder leads up to the sleeping loft.
Just past the ladder lies a second room that houses a queen-sized bed but can also be converted into an office or whatever type of space you need.
These lighting fixtures, which Hobbitat describes as "Indian well bucket lights" on Facebook, are a prime example of how to repurpose items in a clever and tasteful way. Functional and adorable!
As you can see, the high ceilings and multitude of windows keep this tiny home from feeling cramped.
There are plenty of seating options, should you choose to entertain. Also, can we please talk about how gorgeous that stained glass window is? Such a beautiful touch.
Here's a closer look at the downstairs bedroom. As you can see, the bed is cradled perfectly and comes equipped with reading lights, and the shelf can hold books or whatever knickknacks you may want to display.
The bathroom boasts a 3-feet-by-3-feet shower and a stunning sink, complete with a sturdy vanity and ample shelving. The contrasting wood echoes the color scheme of the kitchen and keeps the rustic theme going strong throughout.
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